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Charles Donahue, Jr., The Legal Professions of Fourteenth-Century England: Serjeants of the Common Bench and Advocates of the Court of Arches, in Lawyers and Texts: Studies in Medieval Legal History in Honour of Paul Brand 227 (Susanne Jenks, Jonathan Rose & Christopher Whittick eds., 2012).

Abstract: This book focuses on medieval legal history. The essays discuss the birth of the Common Law, the interaction between systems of law, the evolution of the legal profession, and the operation and procedures of the Common Law in England.