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Re: Law Students, Lawyers, and Judges

PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 2:23 am
by Appius Fabius Helenus
Gaia Cassia Longina wrote:
Appius Fabius Helenus wrote:
Thanks. I'll trying not to be too cavalier abut inserting Anglo-American Common Law into Roman Civil Law. I can't guarantee that I'll be successful, but I'll try.


On the contrary! I encourage you to - it would be interesting to see the differences and similarities!


Are there any formal requirements to practice as an avocatus? Like, a Bar Rei Publicae or something?

Re: Law Students, Lawyers, and Judges

PostPosted: Mon Aug 01, 2016 8:52 pm
by Gaia Cassia Longina
Salve, Helene,

Not as of yet. But there should be - I agree. I'll even become one!

Re: Law Students, Lawyers, and Judges

PostPosted: Sun Aug 07, 2016 9:05 pm
by Titus Lucilius Regulus
Lucius Aurelius Curio wrote:Curio Heleno Sal.

Glad to have you with us, Helenus! I am merely an accounting student, but have an interest in law myself. I look forward to your input and any law based articles you can provide to educate all of us. :)

Vale!

L. Aurelius Curio


Greetings,
My first degree was Accounting and Finance, I took a few modules on Business Laws in the programme then made me interested in the field of Laws then I decided to go for a proper Law degree. I've finished a Bachelor's level Law degree now (they call it a QLD here, Qualifying Law Degree), and I was a Junior Lawyer for the area.
I am now an academic lawyer specialising on International Maritime and Commercial Laws, but I was quite good on Public and Administration Law.

T. Lucilius Regulus

Re: Law Students, Lawyers, and Judges

PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2016 5:35 pm
by Gaius Curtius Philo
Appius Fabius Helenus wrote:
Gaia Cassia Longina wrote:
Appius Fabius Helenus wrote:
Thanks. I'll trying not to be too cavalier abut inserting Anglo-American Common Law into Roman Civil Law. I can't guarantee that I'll be successful, but I'll try.


On the contrary! I encourage you to - it would be interesting to see the differences and similarities!


Are there any formal requirements to practice as an avocatus? Like, a Bar Rei Publicae or something?


Would be nice if a specialist in our current Bylaws, Leges, Edicta and Mos Maiorum taught it to people in the Collegium and made either an online written text or an oral exam through skype or something of the sort so as to enter a "Bar" Rei Publicae. (Maybe an Ordo Avocata?) If they perform with rigor and show real professionalism we could even look into the State endorsing it and including it into our legal system (with funding and etc).

Re: Law Students, Lawyers, and Judges

PostPosted: Sat Oct 08, 2016 12:41 pm
by Gaia Cassia Longina
I agree- that would be interesting!
I can help in the interpretation of Roman law. I'm not too familiar with modern day law, but I could certainly offer my opinion on anything!