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Emergent Paradigms: Current Issues and Debates in Cultural Legal Studies
6th International Osnabrueck Summer Institute (OSI) on the Cultural Study of the Law
The University of Nebraska and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities have collaborated to collect and digitize antebellum case files and petitions for freedom from the Circuit Court for D. C. What can we do with legal documents in digital form? What legal history questions are best suited to digital techniques? The project cordially invites interested law and history scholars, graduate students, and faculty to help address these questions by exploring the research and pedagogical possibilities of digital legal history collections.
I do not know if this book discusses the voting procedure for few seem to. It does look promising.
The Formation of Parliament 1272-1377 by G. S. Harris in The English parliament in the Middle Ages
Shot in the dark... the volumes of Dignity of a Peer. On a related note, I have a cite that states Parliament deposed Richard II in 1399 and renounced homage by diffidatio, etc. I would like to clarify this if you might recommend a source. Thanks in advance, Tom