The conference addresses the intersection between law and legal process, the ways in which the processes of courts and other tribunals, the practices of judges and lawyers, and the needs of litigants, influence each other and shape the development of the law; and the influences in turn of legal doctrine upon the practices of those coming into contact with the law.Image credit: Maitland
The conference organisers welcome papers concerning all jurisdictions, branches of the law and historical periods. Ideally, papers should reflect the conference theme. Papers reflecting the results of innovative legal history research are most welcome. Submissions from doctoral students are encouraged.
Proposals for papers (up to 500 words) are invited, to reach the organisers – preferably by email attachment (in Word or pdf format) sent to the address below – by 31 August 2010. If potential contributors are unsure whether their proposals suitably reflect the theme, the organisers are very happy to be contacted informally by email (again to the address below).
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Law and Legal Process
Posted by Dan Ernst
The call for papers for the Twentieth British Legal History Conference, "Law and Legal Process," is now out, here. The conference will be held in Cambridge from Wednesday July 13. 2011 to Saturday, July 16, 2011. Here is its theme: