Saturday, August 29, 2015

Weekend Roundup

  • Amici, the podcast series of, has an interview with Marilyn Marcus, executive director of the Historical Society of the New York Courts.  Among other things, Ms. Marcus discusses Former Chief Judge Judith Kaye's role in founding the Society.
  • The American Lawyer has honored former Georgetown law dean (and FTC chairperson) Robert Pitofsky with its Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Florida International University's press release noting Professor M.C. Mirow's selection to co-direct a graduate student colloquium at October's ASLH meeting is here
  • Speaking of the ASLH, we just got our electronic ballot.  It's a good time for readers who aren't members to join, and for members to reflect on their priorities in choosing board members, including recognizing legal historians who work on times and places other than one's own.
  • Edward J. Balleisen on teaching legal and business history in Duke Magazine. H/t: Brad Snyder
Weekend Roundup is a weekly feature compiled by all the Legal History bloggers. 

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