About Richard S. Sternberg
I’ve had some fine experiences and experienced some fine hobbies, and this web site is intended to share some of them with you. Please enjoy my travel photos, an introduction to gambling with the smallest house advantage in the casino, my article published in London about the Talmudic roots of English law, and some thoughts on Cosmology and Unification Theory. On the personal side, I live and usually work in Cabin John, Maryland, where I live with my wife and two dogs.
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The Jewish Roots of English Property Law
I n "The Jewish Roots of English Property Law," we examine the common misperception that English property law evolved from Greco-Roman roots. The authorities from Plucknett, Jolowicz, Sir Vinogradoff, Jenks, Pollock, and Maitland to Auerbach, Rabinowitz, and Broyde are reviewed with assertions that Jewish law had no role in the origins of the British legal system to assertions that Jewish law is a root metaphor for much of modern, Western law.Download Full Article