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The Spirit of Roman Law

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Frank O'Collins-Western Roman Law Pt.1/4.mp4

The basis of the current western financial/legal system, and (some of) it's corruptions. The Roman Cult (Vatican). Estate Law. Trust Law. Cestui Que Vie Trus...

Frank O'Collins Explains Western Roman Law Parts 1 to 4

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Jordan Maxwell - Roman Law & Uniform Commercial Code

Roman Canon Law vs. Natural Law : Frank O'collins Interview : Ecclesiastical law

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Matthew Dyson: Civil (Roman) Law I

Dr Matthew Dyson discusses the study of Civil (Roman) Law I at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge.

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09. The Reign of Justinian

The Early Middle Ages, 284--1000 (HIST 210) Professor Freedman opens by discussing why historians use the writings of Procopius and Gregory of Tours, a sixth...

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Silk Road Reporters

Silk Road Reporters
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 08:00:00 -0700

Given the nation's history, Kazakhstan's legal system is influenced by the traditions of Islamic law, which functioned until the beginning of 1920 and incorporated many norms of Adat, local customary law, and Roman law, particularly by the theory and ...
 
Mail & Guardian Online
Fri, 29 Aug 2014 00:30:00 -0700

That women weren't provided with the same legal mechanism as men in such cases stems from Roman law, under which the father or husband of a woman “caught” committing adultery could kill her. The wife, on the other hand, would have no recourse if her ...
 
UQ News
Tue, 26 Aug 2014 16:26:15 -0700

Under Roman law, fathers had the right to inflict horrendous punishments on their children – from beating and starving them to killing them, although history shows us that few dads resorted to the latter. 'Children in the Ancient World' is the theme of ...
 
Daily Signal
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 00:01:04 -0700

It is affirmed by canon, common and civil law and by ancient Greek and Roman law. 2. Bans on interracial marriage and Jim Crow laws, by contrast, were historical anomalies. These bans were aspects of a much larger, insidious movement that denied the ...
 
Forbes
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 16:26:38 -0700

My set of interests runs from the obscure to the contemporary. I teach Roman law on a regular basis, and work constantly with materials from early English and American law. I do basic classes in property, contracts and torts, and lever these to work in ...
 
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Thu, 21 Aug 2014 02:56:15 -0700

To state the obvious, there are two main systems of law in the world, common law (influenced by English law and which includes Commonwealth countries and former British colonies), and civil law (influenced by Roman law and which includes countries of ...

The Economist

The Economist
Thu, 21 Aug 2014 08:31:32 -0700

This was the equivalent of Europeans throwing out any vestiges of Roman law, Greek philosophy or Christian belief. Under Mao, Confucius became the enemy. And yet the sense of China as a great civilisation persisted, and persists to this day—leaving ...
 
Concord Monitor
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 06:33:32 -0700

European civil courts, influenced by Roman law, also used torture as a means to extract confessions. The practice was common and went on for more than 500 years. It was not until 1790 that the British Parliament forbid burning women at the stake. Until ...
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