Adolphe-Marie of Caurroy
See also: Of Caurroy
He taught until his death the Roman law to Faculty of Paris and was characterized by clearness from his lessons and solidity from his doctrines.
Removing teaching from the Roman law of the comments which choked it and of the systematic mind, it brought back it to the study texts: it published to this end:
- the Institutes of Justinien , transl. on the text of Jacques Cujas, 1813;
- the Institutes lately explained , 1822 - 1827.
It published, with Misters Edouard-Louis-Joseph Bonnier and Jean-Baptiste Roustain, a Commentaire of the Civil code when death surprised it.
Of Caurroy is one of the founders of the THEMIS and the Revue Legislation.
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