Sundahl Publishes Article on Secured Transactions in Ancient Greece

C|M|LAW Associate Professor and Associate Dean Mark J. Sundahl has published an article regarding secured transactions in ancient Athens as part of Symposion 2013, a book published by the Austrian Academy of Sciences collecting the papers presented at the 19th Symposium of the International Society for Greek and Hellenistic Legal History which took place in August 2013 at Harvard University.   This biennial symposium gathers the leading thinkers in the field of ancient Greek law to discuss their papers in closed sessions over four days.   Dean Sundahl’s article “Secured Credit in Athens: Reopening the Debate” applies modern secured credit theories to arrive at a new interpretation of the evidence regarding the nature of secured credit transactions in Athens in the 4th century B.C.

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