Spring 2009

Constitutional and Legal History of Medieval England

 

INFORMATION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Medieval Studies 117
(Constituional and Legal History
of Medieval England)

 Law 42200A 1/S
(Legal History:
Introduction to English Legal History)

 

 

Prof. Donahue

  Spring, 2009

 

I am offering both a course and course/seminar this semester in English legal and constitutional history. Each offering is listed in both the FAS and the Law School catalogues. The requirements for the course are a bit different, depending on whether one is an undergraduate, a law student, or an FAS graduate student.

The basic information and requirements for undergraduates are given in the fact sheet for undergraduates. For more details on the course and its requirements, see the syllabus.

The basic information and requirements for the law students are given in the fact sheet for law students. For more details on the course and its requirements, see the syllabus.

GRADUATE STUDENTS IN THE FAS SHOULD FOLLOW THE COURSE FOR THE LAW STUDENTS.

The course/seminar is History 2126 (Medieval Law) and Law 96710A 1/S (Seminar: Legal History English Legal History) is a graduate-level reading course/seminar with short papers. It meets on Tuesdays from 4:456:45 in Hauser 524 (Law School). It will cover many of the same topics as this course, although in a somewhat different order and in more depth. For more information see the website: http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/cdonahue/courses/lhsemelh/elhsemfashome.html.

GRADUATE STUDENTS IN THE FAS SHOULD FOLLOW THE COURSE FOR THE LAW STUDENTS. This means they should attend the Tuesday section in the Law School; they need not attend the Friday discussion class, and their requirements (readings, paper, exam, etc.) are as for the law students.

 

 


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