The article is devoted to the study of pre-revolutionary tradition of Roman law in St. Petersburg, specially, in the Imperial University. In chronological order, the author presents the various features of professors teaching the subject, describing the work published by them, shows the relationship of the Roman law teaching manners to the socio-political situation in the country and the situation of the universities. The article describes the characteristics of the study of the history of Roman law and its dogma (system) and results of its studies by Russian researchers during their stay in Germany, where modern Roman law was actual before the entrance into force of the German Civil Code. The analysis concludes by comparing the pre-revolutionary tradition and contemporary situation of teaching of Roman law and its contribution to legal education.
Найдена 1 публикация
P. 561-573.Index. 2013. No. 41.
Добавлено: 5 июня 2013