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Buried Treasure: some lesser-known items in the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

By Paul Norman

Abstract

Preprint of an article written in 1992 by Paul Norman (then Senior Assistant Librarian at IALS) describing some rare and lesser-known works in the Roman law, Roman-Dutch law and English law collections of IALS Library. The paper gives some bibliographic history for the works described as well as context on their original acquisition and significance to legal researchers

Topics: LAW
Publisher: British and Irish Association of Law Librarians
Year: 1992
OAI identifier: oai:sas-space.sas.ac.uk:2862
Provided by: SAS-SPACE

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  4. (1953). An introduction to Roman-Dutch doi
  5. (1955). A legal bibliography of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Vol.1: English law to 1800.
  6. (1942). A South African legal bibliography.
  7. (1908). History of the Roman-Dutch law. doi
  8. (1925). The chief sources of English legal history. doi

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