|Statement||by the Right Hon. Lord Cooper.|
|Series||David Murray Foundation. Lectures series; no.19|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
The dark age of Scottish legal history: / by Lord Cooper Cooper of Culross, Thomas Mackay Cooper Baron, [ Book: ]. involvement in Scottish historical studies and particularly in legal history. A founder of ‘The Dark Age of Scottish Legal History, ’, Glasgow University, (SC, pp. ). (x) ‘The Statute Book and Scottish History’ (published as ‘The Scottish Lawyer’s Outlook on Scottish History’ in SC, pp. ). Even the briefest glance at its history and development shows present day Scots law to be of very mixed ancestry. Little is known about the customs of the indigenous Picts. ‘The Dark Age of Scottish Legal History –’ in Selected Papers (cit. ch III, n.1). Buy this book Author: Elspeth Attwooll. This entry about The divergencies and convergencies of English and Scottish law: being the fifth lecture on the David Murray Foundation [ ] has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the The divergencies and.
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