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Ehrlich's sociology of law 1 Eugen Ehrlich was born in 1862 and died in 1922. He was trained in Vienna, and spent the whole of his professional life as teacher of Roman Law in the University of Czernowitz in Bukowina. The Fundamental Principles of the Sociology of Law was published in 1913 and translated into English in 1936. Freie Rechtsfindung und freie Rechtswissenschaft (1903) is translated in part in vol. IX of the Modern Legal Philosophy Series. Ehrlich was a member of the “free finding of law” movement, but I have not touched on this aspect of his work in this paper, although it influences some of the argument in the Fundamental Principles . Other major works, including Die Juristische Logik (1918), do not appear to have been translated. There are two articles by him in the Harvard Law Review: Montesquieu and Sociological Jurisprudence (vol. 29, 1916), and The Sociology of Law (vol. 36, 1922—a swift summary of the argument of hi
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