This book begins with an essay that focuses first on theeighteenth century English ideas on legal education. Itthen discusses the influence of Blackstone on legaleducation in nineteenth century Virginia. The main body ofthe book is a reprinting of ten formal introductory lecturesor addresses by various Virginia law teachers from1822-1870. In addition, there are seven private lettersdiscussing legal education that are printed here for thefirst time. The book also contains an extensive index.This book begins with an essay that focuses first on theeighteenth century English ideas on legal education.
|Title||:||Essays on Legal Education in Nineteenth Century Virginia|
|Author||:||William Hamilton Bryson|
|Publisher||:||William S. Hein & Co., Inc. - 1998|