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Roman Judges, Case Law, and Principles of Procedure

By Ernest Metzger


This article argues that there was a fashion in the 19th and early 20th centuries to view the Roman judge as a kind of authentic voice of the people, and this encouraged the view—still existing today—that a Roman judge did not take any guidance from the decisions of other judges

Topics: Roman law, von Savigny, C.F.
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Year: 2004
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