- Title Pages
- A Note on Translations
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 A Barzunesque View of Cicero: From Giant to Dwarf and Back<sup><i>*</i></sup>
- Chapter 3 Reading a Dead Man’s Mind: Hellenistic Philosophy, Rhetoric and Roman Law
- Chapter 4 Law’s Nature: Philosophy as a Legal Argument in Cicero’s Writings
- Chapter 5 Cicero and the Small World of Roman Jurists
- Chapter 6 <i>‘Jurists in the Shadows’</i>: The Everyday Business of the Jurists of Cicero’s Time
- Chapter 7 Cicero’s Reception in the Juristic Tradition of the Early Empire
- Chapter 8 Servius, Cicero and the Res Publica of Justinian
- Chapter 9 Cicero and the Italians: Expansion of Empire, Creation of Law
- Chapter 10 Jurors, Jurists and Advocates: Law in the Rhetorica ad Herennium and De Inventione
- Chapter 11 Multiple Charges, Unitary Punishment and Rhetorical Strategy in the Quaestiones of the Late Roman Republic
- Chapter 12 Early-career Prosecutors: Forensic Activity and Senatorial Careers in the Late Republic
- Cicero's Law
- Paul J. du Plessis
- Edinburgh University Press
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