‘English Exceptionalism Revisited II – The Continental Strawman’

“In ‘English Exceptionalism Revisited’, published previously on this blog, I argued for the need to reexamine the convention that English law was different from Continental law. I suggested that claims for English exceptionalism are often based on privileging the history of common law over the history of other jurisdictions and legal systems that co-existed in England …” (more)

[Tamar Herzog, Legal History Blog, 13 January]

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