American Legal History

This narrative two-volume treatise covers American constitutional history from its English and colonial origins up to the early 21st century, concluding with the 2013 Supreme...
This treatise explores the origins and historical development of the legal systems and cultures of England and America. Beginning with the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms and ending...
This comparative legal history treatise challenges the traditional focus on searching for a unifying transmission and reception of the English common law in colonial America...
This 3-volume set is a collection of essays on American Legal History topics written by leading scholars. Each volume focuses on issues within a particular time-period....
This book is an introduction to Anglo-American legal history. It has chapters on: courts, the jury, the bench and bar, customs and cases, legislation and codification,...
In 1980 this was the first casebook devoted to American legal and constitutional history. Now in its 8th ed., it continues to cover how law and legal theory have influenced...
This acclaimed narrative history examines how law has influenced American social, political, economic, and cultural events, as well as how those events inevitably influenced...
This two volume treatise provides a narrative overview of the development of American law and constitutionalism as they relate to politics, economics and social history. It...
Now in its 4th ed., this casebook's rich mix of narrative, original source excerpts and discussion notes continues to focus on how legal, political, economic and social...
This book covers the historical development of modern Anglo-American law. It explores medieval English feudalism, the early development of the modern nation state in the...
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