Legal History: English Legal History: Seminar
Professor Charles Donahue
Harvard Law School: 2371
Meeting Time: T 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
2 classroom credits
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.
Co-requisite: Concurrent registration in the English Legal History course, or the equivalent preparation and permission of the instructor, is required. Some materials in Latin and French will be studied, but neither language is required.
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 2015–2016.
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