EDITORIAL

Welcome to the new forum historiae iuris

In recent decades, legal history has increasingly abandoned its national heritage, transforming into an international discipline, and acquiring new tones of globalization and comparative methodology. Our discipline is moving forward. This is precisely one of the reasons, in addition to general budget cuts, why disciplines such as legal history, comparative law and legal theory face attacks. These are the legal disciplines, which could play a crucial part in preparing the legal world for the on-going changes: linking the local to the global, the regional to the national, and the national to the global. Instead of cuts, these theoretical disciplines deserve rather more than less funds.

Herausgeber

Prof. Dr. Martin Josef Schermaier (Bonn),
Prof. Dr. Mathias Schmoeckel (Bonn),
Prof. Dr. Andreas Thier (Zürich)

Neue FHI Beiträge

Aufsatz

24. Oktober 2017
Federico Battaglia:
Le vol des idées. Rhétorique humaniste, droit romain et protection des œuvres littéraires

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Aufsatz

13. Oktober 2017
Emilia Musumeci:
Fascism and Criminal Law in Italy: an outline

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Aufsatz

16. August 2017
Hanjo Hamann:
Richter im Internet

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Aufsatz

02. August 2017
Carlos Augusto Canêdo Gonçalves da Silva, Aléxia Alvim Machado Faria:
The Nuremberg Trial Court

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Rezension

02. August 2017
Dorian Warecki über:
Hans Eberhard Mayer , Von der Cour des Bourgeois zum öffentlichen Notariat: die freiwillige Gerichtsbarkeit in den Kreuzfahrerstaaten

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Neues im Forum

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Second Postgraduate Conference of the European Society for Comparative Legal History (ESCLH) Mehr

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Open Access Book Series »Global Perspectives on Legal History« with Two New Volumes Mehr

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JEV-Stipendium für europäische Verwaltungsgeschichte Mehr

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CfP: New Approaches to the History of Insurance Law Mehr

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Acht Promotionsstellen, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg Mehr