What is the purpose of a study to present comprehensively the condition and social impact of civil law lawyers in 18th century England? The study provides a broad panorama of a far European province, particularly in relation to its legal and intellectual character. A province is an intellectual, not a geographical term. Yet, the panorama should not be art for art’s sake. A comparative study based on it might be instructive, if a legal researcher following it becomes well acquainted with the foreign jurisdiction and its legal history. There will always be a need for learned diagnoses and for the openness of lawyers’ minds. A study of Roman law, if introduced and exercised as practical legal history, has proven to provide a very useful measure of diagnostic accuracy and to overcome provincial thinking in law.


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