Issue 1 2021

The Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 5. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History аnd Geography оf the Medieval Law”. 109 p. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist./2021.5.1

ISSUE CONTENT

PhD in Law Anna Fedushchak-Paslavska (Lviv, Ukraine). Introduction to the History of Medieval Law and State DevelopmentThe Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 5. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History аnd Geography оf the Medieval Law”. pp. 10-24.  https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2021.5.1.10

Dr. habil. Prof. Oleg Pavlyshyn (Kyiv, Ukraine). Political and Legal Ideas of the Christian Church Fathers during the Periods of Apologetics and PatristicsThe Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 5. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History аnd Geography оf the Medieval Law”. pp. 25-51. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2021.5.1.25

Khrystyna Mereniuk (Lviv, Ukraine). Women in Judicial Duels of Rus’ Cities during 13-15th centuriesThe Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 5. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History аnd Geography оf the Medieval Law”. pp. 51-62.  https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2021.5.1.51

Dr. habil. Prof. Taisa Dovnar (Minsk, Belarus). General Characteristics of Property Relations and Its Subjects by the Legislation of the Grand Duchy of LithuaniaThe Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 5. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History аnd Geography оf the Medieval Law”. pp. 63-80. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2021.5.1.62

Dr. habil. Prof. Liliia Orel (Kyiv, Ukraine), PhD in Law Nataliia Koval (Kyiv, Ukraine), PhD in Law Valerii Kravchuk (Kyiv, Ukraine). Basic Principles of Ukrainian Local Self-Government during Cossack EraThe Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 5. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History аnd Geography оf the Medieval Law”. pp. 81-95. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2021.5.1.79

Senior Lecturer Irina Pogorletskaia (Tiraspol, Moldova). Review of Sources of Moldovan Law of the 16-17th centuries.The Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 5. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History аnd Geography оf the Medieval Law”. pp. 96-110.  https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2021.5.1.94

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