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									  Adaptations to Romano-canonical Procedure in the Middle Ages: Customary law,
                          Inquisitio and Lombard law

Chair:

          James A. Brundage, University of Kansas (emeritus)

Papers:

          Richard Keyser, Western Kentucky University
          Marie A. Kelleher, California State University, Long Beach
          Jasonne Grabher O’Brien, Fairleigh Dickinson University

Discussant:

          Richard H. Helmholz, University of Chicago Law School

        The three papers that compose this panel deal with various aspects of procedural
adaptability in the middle ages. In each, the processes by which judicial decisions were
made are examined, and the necessity of blending, reviving or expanding procedural
practices to ensure that societal needs were met and justice served is explored.

								
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