29 Law & Hist. Rev. [i] (2011)

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Law and History Review                  Vol. 29, No. 1, February 2011
Full text available at http://joumals.cambridge.org/lhr
In This Issue                                                    v
Articles
The Alchemy of Occupation: Karl Loewenstein and the Legal
Reconstruction of Nazi Germany, 1945-1946
R. W. Kostal                                                   1
Sovereignty and the Laws of War: International Consequences
of Japan's 1905 Victory over Russia
Douglas Howland                                              53
Contumacy, Defense Strategy, and Criminal Law in Late Medieval
Italy
Joanna Carraway                                              99
A Legal Tourist Visits Eighteenth-Century Britain: Henry
Marchant's Observations on British Courts, 1771 to 1772
Sally Hadden and Patricia Hagler Minter                     133
Forum: From the Twelve Judges to the Court for Crown
Cases Reserved
Informal Lawmaking in England by the Twelve Judges in the
Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries
James Oldham                                                181
Forgery and the Twelve Judges in Eighteenth-Century England
Randall McGowen                                             221
The Court for Crown Cases Reserved, 1848-1908
Phil Handler                                                259
Forum: Comments
The Bench, the Bar, and Crown Cases Reserved
Allyson N. May                                              289
Judges, Juries, and the History of Criminal Appeals
Benjamin L. Berger                                          297

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