Oxford History of the Laws of England, Volumes XI, XII, and XIII: 1820-1914
A landmark series, The Oxford History of the Laws of England is the first full-length history of the English law that takes unpublished sources into account.
The thirteen volumes provide not merely a history of law, but also a history of the impact of law on English society. Given its unprecedented scope and coverage, this series will be an indispensable resource for law and history libraries.
- The Oxford History of the Laws of England series continues with three volumes that deal with the Legal System, Public Law and Private Law from the Coronation (solo) of George IV to the outbreak of war against the Kaisers
- The industrialisation of England in the period brings a massive demand for legal change
- The volumes will be indispensable for Law and History Libraries
- The Series provides not only a history of law, but a history of the impact of law on English society
- The History of English Law contributes fundamentally to the development of US and Commonwealth Law
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