Legal History

Legal history is the study of how legal systems change over time, the relationship between those changes and economic, cultural, and political forces, and how societies respond to changes in the law. The list of topics available for study across geographic areas and time periods is virtually endless and includes church/state relations, constitution-making and government structure, citizenship and immigration, human rights, families and social institutions, crime and criminal justice, the development of market culture and economic institutions, and war-making.

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