Historical School of Jurisprudence: An Intriguing Province

  • Shraddha Pandit
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  • Shraddha Pandit

    Assistant Professor at KES’ J.H.P. Law College, Mumbai, India

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The research paper in focus travels through history to learn about the development and rise of the Historical School of Jurisprudence in France, Germany, England and India. It touches upon various aspects of the school, such as its relevance in developing law and as well its use as a tool for judicial interpretation, unearthing its clear departure from the Natural School and the Analytical School in Europe, and finally casting some light on the criticisms it received from various scholars. One cannot refute its importance within the confines of the court and outside, thus seeking to create a balanced approach to understanding the depths of this intriguing province.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 712 - 722

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114111

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