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Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History, by various authors, compiled and edited by a committee of the Association of American Law Schools, in three volumes (Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1907). Vol. 1.
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- Select Essays In Anglo-american Legal History Volume I General Surveys
- A Table of British Regnal Years
- Part I.: Before the Norman Conquest
- 1.: Frederick William Maitland, a Prologue to a History of English Law 1
- 2.: Edward Jenks, the Development of Teutonic Law 1
- 3.: Sir Frederick Pollock, English Law Before the Norman Conquest 1
- Part II.: From the Norman Conquest to the Eighteenth Century
- 4.: Alice Stoppard Green, the Centralization of Norman Justice Under Henry Ii 1
- 5.: Edward Jenks, Edward I, the English Justinian 1
- 6.: Frederick William Maitland, English Law and the Renaissance 1
- 7.: Thomas Edward Scrutton, Roman Law Influence In Chancery, Church Courts, Admiralty, and Law Merchant 1
- 8.: William Stubbs, the History of the Canon Law In England 1
- 9.: William Searle Holdsworth, the Development of the Law Merchant and Its Courts 1
- 10.: James Bryce, a Comparison of the History of Legal Development At Rome and In England 1
- Part III.: The American Colonial Period
- 11.: Paul Samuel Reinsch, the English Common Law In the Early American Colonies 1
- 12.: St. George Leakin Sioussat, the Theory of the Extension of English Statutes to the Plantations 1
- 13.: Charles Mclean Andrews, the Influence of Colonial Conditions As Illustrated In the Connecticut Intestacy Law 1
- Part IV.: Expansion and Reform of the Law In the Nineteenth Century
- 14.: R. Robinson, Anticipations Under the Commonwealth of Changes In the Law 1
- 15.: John Forrest Dillon, Bentham’s Influence In the Reforms of the Nineteenth Century 1
- 16.: Charles Synge Christopher, Baron Bowen, Progress In the Administration of Justice During the Victorian Period 1
- 17.: Joseph Henry Beale, Jr., the Development of Jurisprudence During the Nineteenth Century 1
- 18.: James Bryce, the Extension of Roman and English Law Throughout the World 1
- Part V.: Bench and Bar From Norman Times to the Nineteenth Century
- 19.: John Maxcy Zane, the Five Ages of the Bench and Bar of England 1
- 20.: Van Vechten Veeder, a Century of English Judicature, 1800-1900 1
- 21.: James Kent, an American Law Student of a Hundred Years Ago 1