LAW AND INDIA AT KING'S COLLEGE LONDON
Author: TCHELL, PAUL MI
Source: King's Law Journal, Volume 17, Number 1, 2006 , pp. 27-44(18)
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Abstract:In 1862 a Chair of Indian Jurisprudence was created at King's College London. It was held by several distinguished scholars over the course of the next forty years. This article investigates why the Chair was created in the first place, and examines both the teaching and scholarship of its holders. In doing so, it casts light on an important, unusual and innovative dimension of nineteenth-century legal education.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2006
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