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The Law's Two Bodies
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The common law is almost universally regarded as a system of case-law, increasingly supplemented by legislation, but this is only partly true. There is an extensive body of lawyers' law which has a real existence outside the formal sources but is seldom acknowledged or discussed either by theorists or legal historians. This will still be so even when every judicial decision is electronically. The common law is almost universally regarded as a system of case-law, increasingly supplemented by legislation, but this is only partly true. There is an extensive body of lawyers' law which has a real existence outside the formal sources but is seldom acknowledged or discussed either by theorists or legal historians. This will still be so even when every judicial decision is electronically accessible. In the heyday of the inns of court, this second body of law was partly expressed in 'common learning'. a corpus of legal doctrine handed on largely by oral tradition and a system of education informing the mind of every common lawyer. That common learning emanated from a law school in which the judges actively participated, and in which the lecturers of one generation provided the judiciary of the next. Some of it was written down, though the texts were until recently forgotten, and its importance was overlooked by historians as a result of changes in the common-law system during the early-modern period. Other forms of informal law may be seen at work in other times and contexts. Although judicial decisions will always remain prime sources of legal history, as well as of law, the other body of legal thought and practice is equally 'law' in that it influences lawyers and has real consequences. Neither the history nor the present working of the common law can be understood without acknowledging its importance. Books, Business, Finance and Law~~Jurisprudence and General Issues~~Systems of Law, The Law's Two Bodies~~Book~~9780199245185~~John Baker, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Oxford University Press]

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Another volume in the Clarendon Law Lectures series The author is the leading legal historian of English Legal History in the UK An important contribution to understanding the character of the common law tradition The common law is almost universally regarded as a system of case-law, increasingly supplemented by legislation, but this is only partly true. There is an extensive body of lawyers' law which has a real existence outside the formal sources but is seldom acknowledged or discussed either by theorists or legal historians. This will still be so even when every judicial decision is electronically accessible. In the heyday of the inns of court, this second body of law was partly expressed in `common learning'. a corpus of legal doctrine handed on largely by oral tradition and a system of education informing the mind of every common lawyer. That common learning emanated from a law school in which the judges actively participated, and in which the lecturers of one generation provided the judiciary of the next. Some of it was written down, though the texts were until recently forgotten, and its importance was overlooked by historians as a result of changes in the common-law system during the early-modern period. Other forms of informal law may be seen at work in other times and contexts. Although judicial decisions will always remain prime sources of legal history, as well as of law, the other body of legal thought and practice is equally `law' in that it influences lawyers and has real consequences. Neither the history nor the present working of the common law can be understood without acknowledging its importance. <br><br><br>Readership: Scholars and students of the English system and British legal history<br> varia, /201, [PU: Oxford University Press]

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The common law is almost universally regarded as a system of case-law, increasingly supplemented by legislation, but this is only partly true. There is an extensive body of lawyers'' law which has a real existence outside the formal sources but is seldom acknowledged or discussed either bytheorists or legal historians. This will still be so even when every judicial decision is electronically accessible. In the heyday of the inns of court, this second body of law was partly expressed in `common learning''. a corpus of legal doctrine handed on largely by oral tradition and a system ofeducation informing the mind of every common lawyer. That common learning emanated from a law school in which the judges actively participated, and in which the lecturers of one generation provided the judiciary of the next. Some of it was written down, though the texts were until recentlyforgotten, and its importance was overlooked by historians as a result of changes in the common-law system during the early-modern period. Other forms of informal law may be seen at work in other times and contexts. Although judicial decisions will always remain prime sources of legal history, aswell as of law, the other body of legal thought and practice is equally `law'' in that it influences lawyers and has real consequences. Neither the history nor the present working of the common law can be understood without acknowledging its importance. John Baker, Books, Reference and Language, The Laws Two Bodies: Some Evidential Problems in English Legal History Books>Reference and Language, Oxford University Press

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The Law's Two Bodies: Some Evidential Problems in English Legal History
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Baker, John Hamilton; Baker, J. H.

Titel:

The Law's Two Bodies: Some Evidential Problems in English Legal History

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9780199245185

The volume examines the informal sources of English Law that lie undiscovered because they are not included in Statutes, law reports, or in current legal teaching. Through his work with primary documents the author shows that this informal source of law is too important to go unnoticed by legal historians and commentators.

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Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: OXFORD UNIV PR
224 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,372 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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