What Did Justinian's Codification of Roman Law Result In?

The Codex Justinianus, or the Code of Justinian, is a collection of essential Roman jurisprudence works issued by order of Emperor Justinian I in the sixth century that has a major influence on public law across Europe. Justinian's codification of Roman Law is often considered the foundation of Western legal tradition.

Justinian planned the codification of Roman Law in three parts: the "Code," which is a compilation of imperial enactments; the "Digests," which contains the main writings of Roman jurists; and the "Institutes," which is a textbook for law students. Tribonian, an influential official at Justinian's court, directed and supervised the work.