- We've previously noted the publication of Roadblocks to Freedom, by Andrew Fede. A review has now been published in the (gated) Journal of Southern History.
- The ABA Journal invites you to help them choose the winner of the 2013 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction. (Hat tip: In Custodia Legis)
- Mississippi announces plans to build a civil rights museum. (Hat tip: HNN)
- The Spring 2013 issue of the Green Bag is out. LHB readers may be particularly interested in G. Edward White's piece on "the ALI's recent history and current challenges."
- Summer Tips for Visiting Archives from AHA Today.
- The journal is gated and all that’s up on SSRN is an abstract, but be on the lookout for Laura Phillips Sawyer’s study of a landmark in the legal history of free labor, Contested Meanings of Freedom: Workingmen's Wages and the Company Store System, Godcharles v. Wigeman, 1886, which is to appear in the Journal of Gilded Age and Progressive Era (Summer 2013).
- Back in April, Kurt Newman (Ph.D. candidate, University of California, Santa Barbara) wrote a series of posts for the U.S. Intellectual History Blog on “Pragmatism and the Class Politics of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.’s Copyright Jurisprudence.” Check it out here.
- From the Canadian Legal History Blog: an announcement of this year's article and book prize winners from the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History.