Ll.B. Yale University
On leave Fall 2016
Charles Donahue is a scholar of the common, canon, and Roman law traditions in medieval Europe. His work focuses in particular upon the law of property and marriage in England and the continent; among his many publications are Select Cases from the Ecclesiastical Courts of the Province of Canterbury, c. 1200–1301 (Selden Society, 1981) and Law, Marriage, and Society in the Later Middle Ages: Arguments About Marriage in Five Courts (Cambridge University Press, 2007).