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Medieval Law in Context
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Preface List of abbreviations Part One: Introduction: towards a psychology of law 1. The role of ideology 2. The contexts of law 3. Law in the mind Part Two: The professionalism of law 4. The intellectualising of the law 5. Towards an identity as a profession 6. Practitoners and ethical considerations 7. Judges and lawyers in society 8. Centre and periphery 9. Perceptions of the legal profession Part Three: Pragmatic legal knowledge 10. Family and household 11. Communal obligations 12. Court attendance 13. Church attendance 14. Experience of office-holding 15. Book learning and literacy Part Four: Participation in the royal courts 16. Availability 17. Actionability 18. Accountability 19. Accessibility Part five: The role of Parliament 20. The high court of Parliament 21. The legal personnel of Parliament 22. The regulation of everyday life Part Six: Conclusion: the politicisation of law 23. Seeing and hearing the law: the king's role in justice 24. Seeing and hearing the law: royal propaganda 25. Legitimacy through the law 26. The world turned upside down Select bibliography Index

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Anthony Musson is a Barrister of the Middle Temple and Lecturer in English Law at the University of Exeter

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