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Blogs: Legal History
Author: John Cairns and Paul du Plessis, University of Edinburgh School of Law
Winter School – Padua
Scots Lawyers, Roman law and the University of Leuven: TENURE TRACK OPENING: KULeuven, Legal History (Roman Law) DEADLINE 4 MARCH 2018
XXIVth ANNUAL FORUM OF YOUNG LEGAL HISTORIANS – Norms and Legal Practice: There and Back Again 14 – 17 June 2018 Warsaw, Poland
PhD Studentship in Mediaeval History and Law: University of St Andrews
Reflections on Barry Nicholas’ Introduction to Roman Law by Wolfgang Ernst
ERC-project REDHIS – position for a post-doctoral researcher: “A study of Roman legal writings in Late Antiquity: manuscripts and papyri”.
Doctoral and post-doctoral positions in Legal History
Law’s Picture Books (2017)
Author: Tessa Shepperson, solicitor
A journey through English legal history. Starting (more or less) at the time of the Norman conquest.
The Young King Henry – crowned but not a real king?
The Constitutions of Clarendon and the Becket affair
Towns in medieval England
Medieval slavery and unfree villeinage
The Kings courts and the start of the common law
The petty assizes and the development of the jury system
The General Eyre and the Court at Westminster
The Writ of Right and the start of Henry II’s legal reforms