Category Archives: Legal History

Law-and-Society

Call for Participants: Comparative Legal History International Research Collaborative

The Comparative Legal History International Research Collaborative of the Law and Society Association (“CLH-IRC”) is seeking participants for the 2017 meeting of the LSA in Mexico City, Mexico (June 20-23,…

The Art of Law

The Art of Law Conference — Bruges, Belgium

The Groeningemuseum will host a conference entitled The The Art of Law. Artistic Representations and Iconography of Law & Justice in Context from the Middle Ages to the First World War. The…

St. Mary's University Twickenham London

First Women Lawyers in Great Britain & Br. Empire — London, UK

St. Mary’s University Centre for Law & Culture is organizing a series of symposia on First Women Lawyers in Great Britain and the Empire. The next, Pioneers: Those Who Tried…

St. Mary's University Twickenham London

CFP: Pioneers: Those who Tried and “Failed” and the Quasi-Lawyers – Twickenham, England

On June 30, 2016, St. Mary’s University hosts Those who Tried and “Failed” and the Quasi-Lawyers, which “will focus on early individual struggles as well as establishing and recording the…

Sarah Lawrence College

Working Women & the Struggle for Social Justice — Bronxville, NY

Sarah Lawrence College hosts its 18th annual Women’s History Conference, Working Women and the Struggle for Social Justice March 4-5, 2016. Proposals are due today, Dec. 7, 2015.

American Historical Association

American Historical Association — Atlanta, GA

The American Historical Association holds its annual meeting Jan. 7-10, 2016, in Atlanta. To sample papers sessions and papers on law-related topics, use the online program and search for “law”…

Michigan Law

Mich. Young Scholars’ Conf. — Law on the Move — Ann Arbor, MI

The University of Michigan Law School invites submissions for its 2016 Young Scholars’ Conference, Law on the Move, which will be held April 8-9, 2016. Abstracts are due by Dec….

Mercer University

Justice in the Deep South — Macon, GA

The Mercer Law Review presented Justice in the Deep South: Learning from History, Charting our Future Oct. 16, 2015.

Anglicization of & through Law: Early Modern British N. Amer., India & Ireland — Chicago, IL

The Newberry Library in Chicago hosts the University of Illinois‘s 2015-16 Symposium on Comparative Early Modern Legal History, Anglicization of Law and Through Law: Early Modern British North America, India,…

Illinois Law

Constitutional History: Comparative Perspectives — conf & CFP — Chicago, IL

The University of Illinois College of Law hosts Constitutional History: Comparative Perspectives April 12-13, 2016, in Chicago, IL. Cosponsors are the University of Bologna School of Law, the Center for…