The anthology contains papers presented at the international conference on 'Law and Learning in the Middle Ages' held at the Carlsberg Academy in Copenhagen in May 2005. Here, a group of distinguished European and American scholars give their contribution to the examination of the theological and legal schooling that the 'creators' of the laws received at major centres of learning throughout Europe. Moreover the authors address a number of important questions concerning the creation and development of legal professions and the dynamics between legal practice and theoretical, learned approaches to jurisprudence. Contributors to this volume are James Brundage (USA), Marie-Teres Fögen (Germany/Switzerland), Anders Winroth (USA), Anna Minara Ciardi (Sweden), Mia Korpiola (Finland), Anders Leegaard Knudsen (Denmark), Anthony Perron (USA), Inger Dübeck (Denmark), Bruce Brasington (USA), Sally Vaughn (USA), Albrecht Cordes (Germany), Bernd Kannowski (Germany), Samantha Worby (England) and Fredrik Petersen (Scotland).
|Title of host publication||Law and Learning in the Middle Ages : Proceedings of the Second Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History 2005|
|Editors||Mia Münster-Swendsen, Helle Vogt|
|Number of pages||1|
|Place of Publication||København|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|