Judges and Court Cases in Rome Article

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Judges and Court Cases in Rome Article

Postby Gaia Cassia Longina » Fri May 20, 2016 5:28 am

Salvete omnes!

While browsing my online articles, I found this one on the judges and principles of procedure:

http://iuscivile.com/legacy/reprints/PP-metzger-1.pdf

It may be interesting to some of you! I hope you enjoy it. It's a little long, but I think very useful and interesting to those who enjoy Roman law.

I have noticed a lot of our civil law today comes from the Romans - and I find this fascinating as a Classicist. It's amazing to me!
Gaia Cassia Longina
 

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