BLHC 2019 Recordings

Janet McLean

Janet McLean (Auckland) gave the lecture ‘Constitutional History, as History’ at the British Legal History Conference 2019 in St Andrews. It is now available to watch here:

https://vimeo.com/407135495


Rebecca Probert

Rebecca Probert’s (Exeter) lecture ‘What Makes a Marriage? Religion, the State, and the Individual in the Long Nineteenth Century’, delivered at the British Legal History Conference 2019 in St Andrews, is now available to watch here:

https://vimeo.com/407163994


Alice Taylor

Alice Taylor’s (King’s College, London) lecture ‘What does Scotland’s Earliest Legal Tractate Actually Say (and What Does it Mean)?’, delivered at the British Legal History Conference 2019 in St Andrews, is now available to watch here:

https://vimeo.com/407118589


Ian Williams

Ian Williams (University College, London) delivered the keynote “James VI and I, Rex et Iudex: One King as Judge in Two Kingdoms” at the British Legal History Conference 2019 in St Andrews. It is now available to watch here:

https://vimeo.com/407148347