Part I: Legal literates and their paths to legal literacy. Legal education in late medieval England: how did provincial scriveners learn their law? / Kitrina Bevan
The imperial chamber court as an educational and training institution / Anette Baumann
Legal learning of various kinds: Swedish court of appeal judges in the seventeenth century / Marianne Vasara-Aaltonen
The agency and practical learning of a lay advocate in seventeenth-century Helsinki: the case of Gabriel Abrahamsson / Petteri Impola
Ideal types and odd men out: legal literacy and social mobility in nineteenth-century Finland / Anna Kuismin
Part II: (Popular) legal literature as a means to legal literacy. Legal literates in eighteenth-century Swedish towns: evidence of book ownership in estate inventories (Helsinki, Oulu, Porvoo and Kokkola) / Mia Korpiola
Popular legal manuals as sources and mechanisms of acquiring legal literacy / Annamaria Monti
Acquiring legal literacy by reading: popular legal literature in nineteenth century France / Laetitia Guerlain and Nader Hakim.