Here, via @LHR_editor are the contents for Law and History Review 32:3. The issue is now available via Cambridge Journals Online.
In This Issue
The Somerset Effect: Parsing Lord Mansfield's Words on Slavery in Nineteenth Century America
Derek A. Webb
The Transformation of Adultery in France at the End of the Middle Ages
Publishing Robinson's Reports Of Cases Argued And Determined In The High Court Of Admiralty
John D. Gordan
Public Opinion and the French Capital Punishment Debate of 1908
James M. Donovan
Rethinking People v. Croswell: Alexander Hamilton and the Nature and Scope of “Common Law” in the Early Republic
Kate Elizabeth Brown
Disciplining the Market: Debt Imprisonment, Public Credit, and the Construction of Commercial Personhood in Revolutionary France
Access to Justice: Legal Aid to the Poor at Civil Law Courts in the Eighteenth-Century Low Countries
Amnon Altman, Tracing the Earliest Recorded Concepts of International Law: The Ancient Near East (2500–330 BC), Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2012.
John Noël Dillon, The Justice of Constantine: Law, Communication, and Control, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012.
Ari Z. Bryen
Sara McDougall, Bigamy and Christian Identity in Late Medieval Champagne, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. Pp. 216. \$55.00
David Waldstreicher, Slavery's Constitution: From Revolution to Ratification, New York: Hill and Wang, 2009.
James J. Gigantino
Patrick Weil, The Sovereign Citizen: Denaturalization and the Origins of the American Republic, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013.
Lucy E. Salyer
Victoria Saker Woeste, Henry Ford's War on Jews and the Legal Battle Against Hate Speech, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2012.
William E. Forbath
Leigh Ann Wheeler, How Sex Became A Civil Liberty, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
Fernanda Pirie, The Anthropology of Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.