Monday, August 27, 2018

The Legal History Review 86:1-2

Volume 86, issue 1-2 for 2018 of The Legal History Review/Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis/Revue d'Histoire du Droit is out. Here is the line-up of research articles:

  • "100 Years The Legal History Review"
  • L. Waelkens, "Reflexions on bona fides and mala fides in the Roman law tradition"
  • Agnieszka Kacprzak and Maria Nowak, "Foundlings in the Greco-Roman world: Status and the (im)possibility of adoption"
  • Guido Rossi, "Baldus and the Limits of Representation"
  • R. A. Houston, "The composition and distribution of the legal profession, and the use of law in Britain and Ireland, c.1500-c.1850"
  • Anne Dobigny-Reverso, "La clause de voie parée : une manifestation de l’opposition entre liberté contractuelle et droit de propriété au XIXe siècle"
  • Frederik Dhondt, "Changing interpretations of Belgium's permanent neutrality in three legal treatises"
  • Chen Li, "A network of legal transfer: The public international law education of Zhu Qiwu under the wings of Wang Tieya, Huang Zhengming and Humphrey Waldock"
  • Marcin W. Bukala, "The scholastics on negotiatio and the just price: medieval and early modern ideas in Theologians and contract law"
  • Paolo Angelini, "The Serbian version of the Syntagma of Blastares, the Lex Romana Serborum"
The issue also includes these book reviews:
  • A. J. B. Sirks on The Oxford handbook of Roman law and society, edited by P.J. Du Plessis, C. Ando, K. Tuori
  • P.L. Nève on Die Akten des Kaiserlichen Reichshofrats, Serie II: Antiqua, Band 3: Karton 135-277f, herausgegeben v. W. Sellert
  • Alain Wijffels on L’arrestographie flamande, Jurisprudence et littérature juridique à la fin de l’Ancien Régime (1668-1789) by Géraldine Cazals
Further information is available here.