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ASLH publishes Law & History Review through the Cambridge University Press. The journal is available online via the History Cooperative and JSTOR.

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Re: Conference Ann: regional law & society association conference @ John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Dear H-Law

We've extended the submission deadline by one week for the regional Law and Society Conference, to this Friday August 28. The submission website remains open at https://midatlanticlsa.wordpress.com/call-for-participation/.

Gratefully,
Michael

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Michael Yarbrough, JD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Law and Society
Dept of Political Science, John Jay College (CUNY)
524 West 59th St. | NY, NY 10019 | 646.557.4615
jjay-cuny.academia.edu/MichaelYarbrough

Re: ANN: Colonial Appeals Annotated Digital Catalogue Launched

Dear H-Law, this post went out in error. Due to some communication difficulties during the transition to the Digital Commons, some posts/emails from last summer were not received until just today. I forwarded this along without noticing the date of the original post. I apologize for this.

Charles Zelden
H-Law Editor

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