The 39th conference of the Australian and New Zealand Law and History Society will take place in Auckland, 9–12 December 2020. The theme for this year’s conference is “One Empire, Many Colonies, Similar or Different Histories?”. Abstracts are due 15 July. More details can be found in the call for papers here or on the Society’s website here.
The CLCLCL team posts daily legal definitions from their online encyclopedia in both word and video form. You can view them all on the website here: http://clicme.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/encyc/intro/ or follow the twitter account: https://twitter.com/CLCLCL_Europe to ensure you get your daily dose of legal history. There will also be Research Enquiries posted every Monday and Friday with the hashtag #CLCLCLQs. These address a range of fun and thought-provoking questions about legal history. We look forward to seeing your contributions!
On the ILCR Twitter account (https://twitter.com/ILCRSTA, @ILCRSTA) we’ll be reposting some of our old seminars for you to watch. Of course, all these are also on our website at https://ilcr.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/media/ilcr-recordings/ and https://ilcr.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/media/recordings/ for you to view at any time.
Congratulations to Malik Dahlan, a member of our Advisory Board, who has been elected a Corresponding Fellow of the the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
The interview with Bruce Frier (University of Michigan) as the Roman jurist Julian is now available to watch here: https://vimeo.com/354629449