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James brundages the medieval origins of the legal profession is a major work of original scholarship the crowning achievement of a long and distinguished career as a historian of the medieval canon law he has succeeded brilliantly in this first general account of the emergence of canon lawyers as a recognizable professional grouplong awaited professor brundages history of the medieval and ancient roman origins of the legal profession was well worth waiting for brundage masterfully weaves together the history of the teaching of law as an academic subject the explosion of new sources of law the emergence of the university the emergence of formal courts and the development of romano canonical procedurea marvelously comprehensive survey on the origins of the legal profession that will provide an agenda for research for years to come with wit and style james brundage is the first to have written a book that covers all this territory the origins of lawyers in european society as well as their professional associations status education and workthe medieval origins of the legal profession canonists civilians and courts by james a brundage 423 rating details 13 ratings 0 reviews in the aftermath of sixth century barbarian invasions the legal profession that had grown and flourished during the roman empire vanished nonetheless professional lawyers suddenly reappeared in the aftermath of sixth century barbarian invasions the legal profession that had grown and flourished during the roman empire vanished nonetheless professional lawyers suddenly reappeared in western europe seven hundred years later during the 1230s when church councils and public authorities began to impose a body of ethical obligations on those who practiced law

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