Search results for: “The Italian legal tradition”

  • Canon Law

    Definition of Canon Law A body of Roman ecclesiastical law, compiled from the opinions of the ancient Latin fathers, the decrees of general councils, and the decretal epistles and bulls of the Holy See. It was codified in the 12th century by Gratianus, and added to by subsequent collections, […]

  • Jacques Derrida

    Jacques Derrida in Europe Jacques Derrida was born to a Sephardic Jewish family near Algiers in 1930 (and died on October 9, 2004), in what was then French Algeria. After World War II, Dorrida moved to France, where in 1950 he failed the entrance examination at the Ecole normale supérieure. […]

  • Sei Fujii v. the State of California

    Sei Fujii v. the State of California in Europe Supreme Court of California 38 Cal. 2d 718; 242 P.2d 617 Decided: April 17, 1952 Justice GIBSON Plaintiff, an alien Japanese who is ineligible to citizenship under our naturalization laws, appeals from a judgment declaring that certain land […]

  • Herbert Henry Asquith

    Herbert Henry Asquith in Europe Herbert Henry Asquith (12 September 1852 – 15 February 1928), 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith, was a Liberal Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1908 to 1916. He succeeded Henry Campbell-Bannerman. He was succeeded by David Lloyd George. English […]

  • History of Yugoslavia

    Introduction This is the first part of the history of Yugoslavia, which has had hugue implications in international law, specially European law. The Country Also called Jugoslavia. The official name was the “Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes” (Kraljevina Srba Hnata i Slovcnaca). […]