Ignacy Koschembahr-Łyskowski: profesor Uniwersytetu Fryburskiego (1895-1900)

Grebieniow, Aleksander (2015). Ignacy Koschembahr-Łyskowski: profesor Uniwersytetu Fryburskiego (1895-1900). Kwartalnik Prawa Prywatnego, 24(2), pp. 249-284.

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Ignacy Koschembahr-Łyskowski: a professor at the University of Fribourg (1895-1900)

Ignacy Koschembahr-Łyskowski (1864-1945) was a Polish legal scholar researching into Roman and Private laws; one of the drafters of Polish unified Private Law in the Interwar era. After having obtained his PhD in Berlin in 1888 and postdoctoral degree in Breslau in 1894, he moved to Fribourg (Switzerland), where he stayed 5 years (1895-1900) as a professor for Roman law. Koschembahr-Łyskowski wrote there his fundamental works on the methodology of Roman law (1898) and its usefulness for modernity, as well as about the codification of Swiss Private Law (1899), demonstrating the usefulness of the Roman law experience for modern legislation. An overview of his works shows a surprising topicality of his ideas. The survey concentrates on his teaching in Fribourg as well as his writings, and is based on many newly discovered documents from the local archives, that have never been published before.

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Journal Article (Original Article)


02 Faculty of Law > Department of Legal Theory and History of Law > Institute of Roman Law

UniBE Contributor:

Grebieniow, Aleksander


300 Social sciences, sociology & anthropology > 340 Law






Linda De Maddalena

Date Deposited:

07 May 2015 12:13

Last Modified:

06 Mar 2019 09:38





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