|Present||Douglas Professor of Civil Law, University of Glasgow|
|Present||Editor, Roman Legal Tradition, University of Glasgow|
Remedy of Prohibition against Roman Judges in Civil Trials
P. Brand & J. Getzler, eds., Judges and Judging in the History of the Common Law: From Antiquity to Modern Times (2012)
In classical Roman civil procedure, a lay judge was appointed to hear a single case. He received brief instructions on ...