151 NOUVELLES DIVERSES Max-Planck-Institut fur europaische Rechtsgeschichte, Frankfurt (27th November 1970). - The fifth session of the "wissenschaftlicher Beirat" of the Institute was held at Frankfurt on 27th November 1970 (for the previous meeting, see this peri- odical, 38 (1970) p. 261). Twenty-one members from Germany and seven other countries took part in the proceedings. After the usual review of the activities of the Institute by the director, Professor H. Coing (who told the 'Beirat' inter alia that the medieval volume of the Legal History of Europe, which the Institute is preparing, will be in print in the Spring of 1971), Dr. W. Wilhelm read a paper on 'The method of presenting the nineteenth century science of private law'. Professor Coing read a paper on 'The origin and authority of the collections of cases'; this was followed by three related papers, by G. Walter on 'The authority of judgments according to the French arretistes', by H. Gehrke on 'The legislation on the moti- vation of judgments in Germany during the Ancien R6gime', and by U. Wagner on 'The authenticity of the motivation indicated in the collections of cases in the Low Countries'. The papers were discussed by the members of the 'Beiraf and the staff of the Institute. The meeting was presided over by Professor Feenstra. Ghent R. C. VAN CAENEGEM
The Legal History Review / Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1971
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