[We have the following announcement.]
How Materiality Shapes the Law: from Manuscripts to Digitization
August 27, 2015 at Berkeley Law
Public Reception: 4:00–4:30pm 295 Boalt Hall (Warren Room)
Public Panel Event: 4:30–6:00pm 170 Boalt Hall (Koret Room)
Gero Dolezalek (Aberdeen) Why Did Early Modern Scots Hand-Write Legal Literature Instead of Printing It?
Paul Halliday (University of Virginia) Precedents Are Things: Clerical Authority and the Judge’s Voice in the Eighteenth Century
Robert Berring, Jr. (Boalt) Rethinking Legal Authority in the Digital Age
(Gero Dolezalek will teach a legal paleography workshop on August 28, 2015.)
Contact: RBS-Mellon Fellow and Robbins Collection Associate Research Fellow, Lena Salaymeh (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please RSVP here if you plan to attend.