Judah Benjamin: the Confederate barrister

  • Catharine MacMillan
Keywords: Lawyers, American history, English law, Sales, Judah Benjamin

Abstract

Catharine MacMillan considers the life, impact and legacy of the American politician and lawyer Judah Benjamin (1811-1884) assessing his contributions to American history, serving the Confederate States of America, and English law through work as a barrister and Queen's Counsel. The author undertook research on Judah Benjamin's life during her Visiting Fellowship at IALS and sabbatical from Queen Mary, University of London. 

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