Legal History: English Legal History

Legal History: English Legal History

Professor Charles Donahue
Fall 2018 seminar
T 5:00pm - 7:00pm in WCC Room 3009
2 classroom credits

Prerequisites: Concurrent registration in the English Legal History course, or the equivalent preparation, is required. Some materials in Latin and French will be studied, but neither language is required.

Exam Type: No Exam.

An exploration of the sources of English legal history for those who wish to study the high medieval and early modern periods (roughly 1100-1600) in more depth than is possible in the introductory course.

J.H. Baker, An Introduction to English Legal History (4th ed. 2002) and multilithed materials.

Note: This seminar is jointly-listed with the Faculty of Arts and Sciences as History 2080. Students not writing their third-year papers in conjunction with this seminar should sign up for an hour of independent written work with Professor Donahue.

This seminar is expected to be omitted in 2019-2020.

Subject Areas: Legal History, International, Comparative & Foreign Law