Dietrich Gotthard Eckard

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Dietrich Gotthard Eckard (born January 15, 1696 in Eilenburg ; † 1760 ) was a German lawyer .


Dietrich Gotthard Eckard studied at the University of Leipzig , where he was awarded a master's degree in philosophy in 1716 . Four years later, in 1720, he became a Doctor of Law. From 1745 Eckard was also an assessor in the law faculty of the University of Leipzig. He died in 1760.


  • Examen actionum forensium (1724 to 1730; twelve volumes)
  • Declaration on Schilteri Institutiones iuris canonici (1724 to 1733; 13 volumes)