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Class slides for Lawyering: A History, taught by Professor Bernard Hibbitts at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Most slides in this set are hyperlinked to supplementary material. No ...

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  • 1. Lawyering in Ancient Greece
  • 2. Citizen lawyering
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  • 7. The Athenian jury
    Dikasts (from dike)
    Dikasteries
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  • 10. Law in the agora
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  • 15. The trial of Socrates
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  • 18. Not entirely successful…
  • 19. The logographer
  • 20. Antiphon, On the Murder of Herodes
  • 21. The synegoros
  • 22. Demosthenes, For Phormio
  • 23. Prosecutors
  • 24. Lysias, Against Nicomachus
  • 25. Sycophants
  • 26. Aristophanes
  • 27. The end of the jury
  • 28. Other types of “lawyers”/lawyering
    Draftsmen/scribes (Nicomachus)
    Exegetes (“interpreters”)
    Negotiators/international arbiters
  • 29. How did Athenian citizens engage in lawyering without lawyers?
    What were the essential characteristics of the Athenian jury system?
    What was the connection between lawyering and Athenian democracy?
    Who could Athenian litigants turn to for support in court, and what role(s) did those persons play at trial?
    What dangers were inherent in Athens’ private prosecution system, and how did the Athenians attempt to limit them?
    Review questions
  • 30. Next week… Lawyering in Ancient Rome!
  • 31. Lawyering: A History
    Professor Bernard Hibbitts
    University of Pittsburgh School of Law | Fall 2010