The Making of Modern Law : Legal Treatises (Gale)

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The Making of Modern Law (MOML 1) enables the comprehensive exploration of modern law and its development in the 19th and 20th century. More than 10-million pages from works of the American and British history of law, which appeared between 1800 and 1926, can be researched in the fulltext. In doing so, almost all aspects of the American and British law are covered. These aspects are opened up by a searchable representation of 99 areas of law. The approximately 21,000 works comprise casebooks, speeches, courtbooks, but also pamphlets and letters.

The Making of Modern Law : Legal Treatises (Gale)

The Making of Modern Law (MOML 1) enables the comprehensive exploration of modern law and its development in the 19th and 20th century. More than 10-million pages from works of the American and British history of law, which appeared between 1800 and 1926, can be researched in the fulltext. In doing so, almost all aspects of the American and British law are covered. These aspects are opened up by a searchable representation of 99 areas of law. The approximately 21,000 works comprise casebooks, speeches, courtbooks, but also pamphlets and letters.

Title (Alternative):MOML1, MOML 1
Content Included:
Provider:Gale Cengage Learning
Provider (Alternative):Thomson Gale
Language: English
Time Span:1800 - 1926
Subject Category:Social Sci. + Humanities
Subject:Political Science, Law, History
Keyword:English studies, American studies
Resource Type:Fulltext Database
Access:Subscription
Scope:Max Planck Society
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Usage Conditions:
Funding:Advanced by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG): Germany-wide access

The Germany-wide access to this database is enabled by the advancement of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and organized by the Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen