Joan Lockwood O’Donovan, Theology of Law and Authority in the English Reformation (Scholars Press 1991).
From the publisher: Tracing a theoretical course from William of Ockham to Richard Hooker, this work examines the thinking of the English Reformers on the origin and nature of law and authority for both church and commonwealth. O'Donovan places the political and legal thought of the Reformers in the broader context of the Reformation and its theological debates over the relationship between faith and works and between Scripture and tradition.
Note: This book is now published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.