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Roman Legal Tradition
The Ames Foundation at the Harvard Law School and the University of Glasgow School of Law
2002 (Volume 1)
Roman Legal Tradition is an Open Access Journal with contents supplied via
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Roman Legal Tradition is a peer-reviewed, open access journal dedicated to the civilian tradition in ancient, medieval, and modern law.
The following volumes were published (in print) by the Roman Law Society of America at the University of Kansas School of Law, under the print ISSN 1551- 1375.
- Volume 1 (2002)
- Volume 2 (2004)
- Volume 3 (2006)
The full content of these volumes is available on open access.
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