- From the Ottoman History Podcast: Omar Cheta (Bard College) on "Capitalism and the Courts in 19th Century Egypt."
- The Canadian Legal History Blog reports that the "Osgoode Society oral histories database [is] now online and searchable by keyword."
- Congratulations to Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford Law School, for receiving the University of Chicago’s Alumni Professional Achievement Award.
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- Insomniac legal historians rejoice: thanks to LibriVox, you can drift off to sleep listening to Blackstone's Commentaries. DRE.
- “Crossing Waters,” a film about immigration and Poughkeepsie's First Ward, will be screened beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 28, 2016 in the Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential Library and Home, Hyde Park, NY.
- "Legal history can help us overcome the distortions of time and distance that too often obscure our understanding of struggles both past and present." So begins Helen Norton's JOTWELL review of Katie Eyer’s "Ideological Drift and the Forgotten History of Intent."