This conference aims to provide an intimate setting in which PhD students from Brown and other universities may share works-in-progress on any topic in legal history, or any historically-inclined approach to the study of “law and …”
The conference will consist of four panels, each with four graduate student presenters. A fifth session, during the shared lunch, will be a panel of four Brown faculty who work with legal sources. They will present on the varieties of legal sources and myriad challenges and rewards of their use.
The conference is being organized by the co-conveners of the Law and Humanities Graduate Study Group – a student-led interdisciplinary community of graduate students and Brown faculty interested in a humanistic approach to the study of law.
Monday, April 18, 2016
Brown University Legal History Graduate Student Conference
For those in the area, the schedule for the Brown University Legal History Graduate Student Conference on April 23, 2016, is now available, here.