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Faculty Publications

Richard M. Fraher
Professor of Law, 1986-1991
  1. Alanus Anglicus and the Summa "Induent Sancti", 6 BULLETIN OF MEDIEVAL CANON LAW 47 (1976).

  2. The Becket Dispute and Two Decretist Traditions:  The Bolognese Masters Revisited and Some New Anglo-Norman Texts, 4 JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY 347 (1978).


  4. Book Review.  Russell, F., The Just War in the Middle Ages, 23 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY 268 (1979).

  5. Tancred's "Summula de Criminibus":  A New Text and a Key to the Ordo Iudiciarius, 9 BULLETIN OF MEDIEVAL CANON LAW 23 (1979).

  6. Learning a New Art:  Suggestions for Beginning Teachers, in THE ART AND CRAFT OF TEACHING.  Cambridge, MA:  Distributed for the Harvard-Danforth Center for Teaching and Learning, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University by Harvard Univ. Press, 1982.  Reprinted in 1984.

  7. The Theoretical Justification for the New Criminal Law of the High Middle Ages:  "Rei Publicae Interest, Ne Crimina Remaneant Impunita", 1984 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 577.

  8. Ut Nullus Describatur Reus Prius Quam Convincature:  Presumption of Innocence in Medieval Canon Law? in PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF MEDIEVAL CANON LAW.  Citta del Vaticano:  Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1985.

  9. Adjudicative Facts, Non-Evidence Facts, and Permissible Jury Background Information, 62 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 333 (1987). [HeinOnline]

  10. Book Review.  Bradley, G., Church-State Relationships in America, 32 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF JURISPRUDENCE 269 (1987).

  11. Book Review.  Criminal Defense as Narrative:  Storytelling and Royal Pardons in Renaissance France, Davis, N., Fiction in the Archives:  Pardon Tales and Their Tellers in Sixteenth-Century France, 55 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 1010 (1988).

  12. Book Review.  Mostert, M., The Political Theology of Abbo of Fleury:  A Study of the Ideas about Society and Law of the Tenth-Century Monastic Reform Movement, 94 AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 417 (1989).

  13. Book Review.  Radding, C., The Origins of Medieval Jurisprudence:  Pavia and Bologna, 850-1150, 94 AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 732 (1989).

  14. Conviction According to Conscience:  The Medieval Jurists' Debate Concerning Judicial Discretion and the Law of Proof, 7 LAW AND HISTORY REVIEW 23 (Spring 1989).

  15. Preventing Crime in the High Middle Ages:  The Medieval Lawyers' Search for Deterrence, in POPES, TEACHERS, AND CANON LAW IN THE MIDDLE AGES.  Ithaca, NY:  Cornell University Press, 1989.

  16. SUMMA `INDUENT SANCTI'.  Citta del Vaticano:  Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1989.

  17. Thomas de Piperata and the "Tractatus de Fama":  Arbitium, Indicia, and a New Approach to Proof in Criminal Procedure, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE 8TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF MEDIEVAL CANON LAW.  Citta del Vaticano:  Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, 1989.

  18. Book Review.  Yeazell, S., From Medieval Group Litigation to the Modern Class Action, 95 AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW 1495 (1990).

  19. IV Lateran's Revolution in Criminal Procedure:  The Birth of Inquisitio, The End of Ordeals, and Innocent III's Vision of Ecclesiastical Politics, in STUDIA IN HONOREM EMINENTISSIMI CARDINALIS ALPHONSI M. STICKLER (Studia et Textus Historiae Juris Canonici, v.6).  Roma:  LAS, 1991.