Krótkie omówienie monografii: Miriam Laclavíková, Adriana Švecová, Dejiny právnického vzdelávania na Trnavskej univerzite v Trnave, Praha: Leges 2017, 160 ss.

Maciej Mikuła

Abstrakt

A Short Discussion of Miriam Laclavíková and Adriana Švecová’s Monograph Dejiny právnického vzdelávania na Trnavskej univerzite v Trnave, Praha: Leges 2017, 160 pp.

The monograph is an introduction to the history of the teaching of law in Trnava during the existence of the university (1667–1777, and subsequently since 1998) and during the functioning of the Royal Law School (1777–1784). Among the issues analyzed were the circumstances of the establishment of the Faculty of Law at the University of Trnava in 1667, curricula with particular emphasis on the study of Hungarian law, and the significance of the juridical works of the university’s professors. The work emphasized how Corpus Iuris Hungarici, a two-volume collection of Hungarian law (vol. 1 contains Tripartitum by Štefan Werbőczy), was developed and published in Trnava (1696), where advanced studies in the area of criminal law were also conducted.

Słowa kluczowe: Węgry, Słowacja, Trnawa, uniwersytet, wydział prawa, nauczanie prawa, Corpus Iuris Hungarici, Tripartitum, Hungary, Slovakia, Trnava, university, faculty of law, law teaching

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