A new preliminary program for the Ottawa meeting of the American Society for Legal History is available on the ASLH website, as a pdf here or as a Word document here.
In addition to a number of small changes, there is an additional panel on "Customary Law as Handmaid to Modernity: Surveys of Customs in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century China, Korea, and Japan" with papers by Jérôme Bourgon, Tahirih V. Lee, and Marie Seong-Hak Kim. Richard J. Ross will chair the session.
The drop-dead deadline both for pre-registration and conference hotel booking at the special rate is October 12. (The deadline for the room-sharing form is October 7.)
Hat tip: H-Law.