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François Connan (1508 – 1551, Paris) was a French jurist who took part in the humanist development of an historical jurisprudence. He was a student of Andrea Alciato at the University of Bourges and became one of the latter's most distinguished epigone. His most celebrated work is the Commentaria iuris civilis (Paris, 1538).
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