Adriaan Lanni, Athenian Approaches to Predictability in Contract Cases, in Symposion 2005: Vorträge zur griechischen und hellenistischen Rechtsgeschichte 225 (Eva Cantarella ed., 2007).
Abstract: The XVth Symposium of the Society for Greek and Hellenistic Legal History, held in Salerno in September 2005, was attended by thirty-three scholars from ten countries. The lectures encompassed issues ranging from private to criminal law, and from public law to legal procedures. The result was three concentrated days, during which the confrontation between different methodologies brought a number of new and interesting perspectives to the debate. The first part of this proceedings volume is dedicated to Magna Graecia, followed chronologically by Archaic and Classical Law, Greek-Roman Law and Byzantine Law.