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Vignettes of Legal History Volume 2

£40.00

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Revised and enlarged edition, 2000. By Julius J. Marke with an introduction by Bernard Schwartz.

'History consists of much more than despots, warlords, and heads of state. Professor Julius J. Marke demonstrates this here. He recreates the drama and the excitement of the cases and trials, the men and the books, which were largely responsible for the establishment of our modern liberties.

The tales are told with the freshness and this makes them appeal not only to students and practitioners of law but to anyone'
-From the Blurb

Book is in very good condition, with unclipped dust jacket.

Item details

Author(s):
Marke, Julius
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2000
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1898029458
ISBN-13:
9781898029458
Number of pages:
313
Publisher:
Gaunt, Simmonds & Hill Publishing

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About this item

Revised and enlarged edition, 2000. By Julius J. Marke with an introduction by Bernard Schwartz.

'History consists of much more than despots, warlords, and heads of state. Professor Julius J. Marke demonstrates this here. He recreates the drama and the excitement of the cases and trials, the men and the books, which were largely responsible for the establishment of our modern liberties.

The tales are told with the freshness and this makes them appeal not only to students and practitioners of law but to anyone'
-From the Blurb

Book is in very good condition, with unclipped dust jacket.

Author(s):
Marke, Julius
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2000
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1898029458
ISBN-13:
9781898029458
Number of pages:
313
Publisher:
Gaunt, Simmonds & Hill Publishing

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