Thursday, November 24, 2022

Legal History in Tulane European and Civil Law Forum (2022)

Volume 37 of the Tulane European and Civil Law Forum, “Essays in Honor of Reinhard Zimmermann,” contains many essays of interest to legal historians.  Here is the TOC:

Opening Greetings

Reception in Real Time: Reinhard Zimmermann and the Influence of the German Law of Unjustified Enrichment in Scotland and South Africa
Daniel Visser

The Doctrinal Relationship Between the Public Records Doctrine and the Acquisitive Prescription of Immovables in Louisiana: Comparative Insights
Markus G. Puder

Civil-Law Systems, Judges, and the British Empire
John W. Cairns

Loss, Knowledge, and Prescription: Some Problems in Scots Law
David Johnston

English Common Law and the Ius Commune: The Contributions of an English Civilian
R. H. Helmholz

An Endless Web of Jurists for the Development of Comparative Legal History: John H. Wigmore, the Committee on Legal History of the AALS, and the Continental Legal History Series
Agustín Parise

Regulae Iuris and Legal Principles: Whence and Whither?
James Gordley 

 --Dan Ernst