- Congratulations to my fellow Legal History Blogger Karen Tani upon being named the
University of Pennsylvania’s 24th Penn Integrates Knowledge University Professor, effective July 1. DRE
- TOC for Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit / The Legal History Review 87:3 (December 2019).
- New from Law and History Review and Cambridge Core: Speaking the Unspeakable: Buggery, Law, and Community Surveillance in New South Wales, 1788–1838 by Luke Taylor.
- On April 3, the University of Colorado Law School’s Byron R. White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law hosts its 2020 Ira C. Rothgerber Jr. Conference on Constitutional Law on "Women’s Enfranchisement: Beyond the 19th Amendment," with three panels and a keynote by Reva Siegel. More.
- The Supreme Court Historical Society has added a 3rd webcast to its site, a discussion with author David Bruce Smith on his children's book, American Hero - John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States. More.
- ICYMI: Slavery in East Brunswick, NJ. Stanford Law’s Rabia Belt on caucus voting and democracy. Andrea Dennis on Mass Surveillance and Black Legal History. "Lincoln collector and scholar Guy Fraker” donates a pleading written by Abraham Lincoln to the McLean County Museum of History.
- Update: Paul J. du Plessis delivered the Alan Watson Memorial Lectures 2020, entitled The Civil Law in Three Acts, at the School of Law, Edinburgh University.