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Samuel Parsons Scott, American lawyer, author. Member Comparative Law bureau of America Bar Association and editor of its Spanish department 20 years.

Background

Scott, Samuel Parsons was born on July 8, 1846 in Highland County, Ohio, United States. Son of William and Elizabeth Jane (Parsons) Scott.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Miami (valedictorian, youngest in his class), 1866, A.M., 1887.

Career

Admitted to bar, 1868, and in active practice at Leavenworth, Kansas, and San Francisco, California, until 1875.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Through Spain, 1886. History of the Moorish Empire in Europe, 1904. Translator and editor of many works of ancient Spanish jurisprudence, including the Forum Judicum, 1910.

      Las Siete Partidas, 1912. El Fuero Viejo de Castilla. El Fuero Real

    • Las Leyes del Estilo.

      El Ordenamiento de Alcalá. Las Leyes Nuevas

    • El Ordenamiento de las Tafurerias. Las Leyes de Toro

    • Leyes para los Adelantados Mayores, 1913.

      El Código Penal de España, 1914. Corpus Juris Civilis.

Membership

Member Comparative Law bureau of America Bar Association and editor of its Spanish department 20 years.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Woodbridge Smart, October 10, 1895.

father:
William Scott

mother:
Elizabeth Jane (Parsons) Scott

spouse:
Elizabeth Woodbridge Smart