- The latest "AHR interview" is with Bianca Premo and Yanna Yannakakis, on their forthcoming American Historical Review article on legal jurisdiction and indigenous agency in colonial Mexico.
- From the Washington Post's "Made by History" section: Eric Rauchway (UC Davis) on "what Green New Dealers can learn from the first New Deal"; Ron Mize (Oregon State University) on what happened last time the U.S. militarized its southern border; and more.
- HLS’s Annette Gordon-Reed speaks on Confederate iconography and bias as part of the University of Houston Law’s Distinguished Speakers series on February 14 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.
- Advance alerts. In Law and History Review: Restricting the Juror Franchise in 1920s England and Wales by Kevin Crosby. In the American Journal of Legal History: Investor-State Dispute Settlement at the Dawn of International Investment Law: France, Mauritania, and the Nationalization of the MIFERMA Iron Ore Operations, by Jason Yackee.
- Seth Barrett Tillman has posted his latest briefs in the Emoluments Clause litigation, here and here.
- Books in Review. Karen J. Greenberg on Jonathan Gienapp’s Second Creation in The Nation. David W. Blight on Judge Richard Gergel’s Unexampled Courage in the New York Times.
- ICYMI: The Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder’s “Minnesota Black History Salute” of Lena O. Smith, “Minnesota’s first female African American lawyer.” The Knox Student on the Illinois Supreme Court Historic Preservation Commission’s traveling exhibit on the history of Illinois's judiciary.
- Update: We've just spotted a new “Made by History” op-ed: Why Ford needs to grapple with its founder’s anti-Semitism, by Victoria Saker Woeste, American Bar Foundation.
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