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IN RE SHAKESPEARE’S "LEGAL ACQUIREMENTS"

Notes by an Unbeliever Therein

by
William C. Devecmon, Esq.
(Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & C0., Ltd. London: 1899)

CONTENTS

I. SHAKESPEARE NOT NECESSARILY A LAWYER BE CAUSE HE USED LEGAL TERMINOLOGY
II. HOW SHAKESPEARE HAS BEEN MADE A LAWYER
III. SOME LATER CONVERTS TO THE SHAKESPEARE LAWYER DOCTRINE
IV. AN ENGLISH QUEEN’S COUNSEL’S REMARKABLE OPINION
V. SOME OF SHAKESPEARE’S ERRORS IN LEGAL TERMINOLOGY

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