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 TWiki's EngLegalHist web The EngLegalHist web of TWiki. TWiki is a Web-Based Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise. Copyright 2019 by contributing authors 2019-09-06T12:58:18Z WebHome 2019-09-06T12:58:18Z English Legal History From Friday 6 September, we will meet in JGH 642 rather than 107. Please register as a user of this wiki. You are responsible for reading ... (last changed by EbenMoglen) EbenMoglen WebNotify 2019-09-04T21:12:12Z EbenMoglen IsraelRodriguezRubio ZaneMuller .WebChangesAlert, ., .TWikiRegistration (last changed by IsraelRodriguezRubio) IsraelRodriguezRubio JustinMaffettFirstPaper 2018-04-30T19:29:44Z English Law Came From Somewhere, And It Wasn't God You might want one. By JustinMaffett 28 Nov 2017 "English" law in fact is not English at its origins ... (last changed by JustinMaffett) JustinMaffett LukeRushingThirdPaper 2018-04-15T22:03:31Z Topic The broad powers of juries, judges, and the king to individualize the administration of criminal justice in England supports Beatty #8217;s assertion that capital ... (last changed by LukeRushing) LukeRushing LukeRushingSecondPaper 2018-04-15T16:29:41Z I. Introduction Through contingency, the disempowered in England were able to transform unfreedom into freedom by unifying their might to usurp some power from the ... (last changed by LukeRushing) LukeRushing LukeRushingFirstPaper 2018-04-14T21:00:29Z I) Introduction The #8220;Englishry of English law #8221; is a result of its diversity of origin, but the origins don #8217;t tell the complete story. England #8217 ... (last changed by LukeRushing) LukeRushing JoeBrunerPrivilegeofTheBox 2018-04-09T02:01:10Z This was originally planned as two 1000 word essays. Putting everything on one page seems more appropriate because there is one central theme. Part One: The Rise ... (last changed by JoeBruner) JoeBruner MattConroyFirstPaper 2018-04-06T21:29:18Z Englishery of English Law By MattConroy 06 Apr 2018 As an analytical framework arguing that the diversity of origins formed the unique character of English Law ... (last changed by MattConroy) MattConroy DexterXHeeterSecondPaper 2018-04-06T20:05:31Z "But with the First Gleam of Dawn" (Revision) The Unfreedom of People The freedom of people was created through a contingency caused by a decrease in the worker ... (last changed by DexterXHeeter) DexterXHeeter DexterXHeeterFirstPaper 2018-04-06T19:57:29Z A Land Not of a Single Peace but of Many (Revision) A. Harding wrote, #8220;England was not a land of a single peace but of many, #8221; (Harding 15) alluding to ... (last changed by DexterXHeeter) DexterXHeeter MattConroySecondPaper 2018-04-06T19:56:58Z Contingency By MattConroy 06 Apr 2018 Unfreedom did not transform into freedom over the course of the English Law by contingency only. Contingency played a major ... (last changed by MattConroy) MattConroy MalcolmEvansFirstPaper 2018-04-06T18:24:10Z The Englishry of English law in the age of trumpism By MalcolmEvans Introduction "The Englishry of English law" lies precisely in its diversity of origin. While ... (last changed by MalcolmEvans) MalcolmEvans RhickBoseSecondPaper 2018-04-02T01:21:20Z One damned contingency after the other By RhickBose 01 Apr 2018 Introduction #8220;Power concedes nothing without a demand. #8221; Frederick Douglass, If There ... (last changed by RhickBose) RhickBose RyanHolmesSecondPaper 2018-03-27T17:21:31Z Hello Professor, The actual first draft of my second paper (the contingency paper) was accidentally submitted under the heading for my First Paper in late December ... (last changed by RyanHolmes) RyanHolmes TWikiGuestFirstPaper 2018-03-27T15:52:07Z It is strongly recommended that you include your outline in the body of your essay by using the outline as section titles. The headings below are there to remind ... (last changed by LukeRushing) LukeRushing SecondPaper 2018-03-27T00:01:58Z Paper Assignment Not more than 1000 words. Under any circumstances. Subject Unfreedom of both people and property transformed into freedom in the history of English ... (last changed by EbenMoglen) EbenMoglen