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Balkan - državnopravna historija
The Balkans – The Legal History of the State

Author(s): Dževad Drino
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, History of Law, Politics and law
Published by: Pravni fakultet - Univerzitet u Zenici
Keywords: the Balkans;history of law;history of state;legal state;
Summary/Abstract: The textbook "The Balkans – The Legal History of the State" is the first work of this title in this region and it is intended for the students of law, as well as for other students since it provides an overview of the history of the development of the 11 Balkan states and their legal systems from antiquity to modern times. In the first part - The History of the States (p. 1-92), the Greek and Roman period of development, the Middle Ages, the emergence of the Slavic and other Balkan states, the hidden minorities of the Balkans (Jews, Roma, Vlachs), the Ottoman Empire and modern states in the Balkans were analyzed. The second part - The History of Law (p. 93- 211) encompasses the oldest Greek and Roman legal traditions, Medieval Law (Byzantine Law, Original Slavic Law, etc.), religious legal systems in the Balkans (Jewish, Canon, and Sharia law), as well as the Modern Law. The book is consisted of Introduction (IX-XV), 211 pages of text, bibliography of about 600 units (p. 212-240), and a book index (p. 240-258). The author of the book is Prof. Dževad Drino, PhD, Head of the Department of History and Law at the Law Faculty of the University of Zenica. The publisher is the University of Zenica (Bosnia and Herzegovina), while the reviewers were Prof. Salmedin Mesihović, MD, PhD, from the University of Sarajevo, and Prof. Abramac, MD, PhD, from New York University, USA.

  • Print-ISBN-13: 978-9926-452-04-9
  • Page Count: 260
  • Publication Year: 2018
  • Language: Bosnian