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Postgraduate Visiting Researcher in Roman Law or Legal History at the University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow School of Law invites applications from PhD students in Roman law/legal history for the post of Alan Rodger Postgraduate Visiting Researcher, to be held during the 2018/19 academic year. The selected candidate will spend a term in Glasgow and receive a £2,000 award for support. The deadline for applications is 29 June 2018. Full details are available from our website.

CFP: Family and Justice in the Archives: Histories of Intimacy in Transnational Perspective (Montreal, 6-7 May 2019)

 

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY LAW AND SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM

Family and Justice in the Archives

Histories of Intimacy in Transnational Perspective

Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

6-7 May 2019

CALL FOR PAPERS

John Phillip Reid Book Award of the American Society for Legal History

Named for John Phillip Reid, the prolific legal historian and founding member of the Society, and made possible by the generous contributions of his friends and colleagues, the John Phillip Reid Book Award is an annual award for the best monograph by a mid-career or senior scholar, published in English in any of the fields defined broadly as Anglo-American legal history, with a preference for work that falls within Reid’s own interests in seventeenth- through nineteenth-century Anglo-America and Native American law.

New Research Tool for Canadian Constitutional History

The latest addition to Canada's Human Rights History website (HistoryOfRights.ca) is a complete collection of briefs to Canada's Special Joint Committee on the Constitution (1980-1). The committee solicited feedback from Canadians about the government’s proposal to patriate the constitution and entrench a Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Summer Workshop in Constitutional History: The Constitutional History of Anglo-American Empire

Interdisciplinary Summer Workshop in Constitutional History
 
July 8-13, 2018
Stanford, California
 
The Constitutional History of Anglo-American Empire
Sponsored by the Institute for Constitutional History
with the Stanford Constitutional Law Center
 
Description:

Yale Law Library exhibit: "Law Books Bright and Beautiful"

Although law books may not be known for their beauty, two dozen lovely exceptions are on display in the Lillian Goldman Law Library.

"Law Books Bright and Beautiful: Examples from the Yale Law Library Collection" is on display February 26 - June 1, 2018, in the Rare Book Exhibition Gallery, located on Level L2 of the Yale Law School (127 Wall Street, New Haven CT).

The exhibition was curated by Rare Book Librarian Mike Widener. He selected the books for the beauty of their typography, decoration, or overall design.

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