Research on the textual history and versions of the Scottish legal text Regiam Maiestatem is being done as part of the ‘Community of the Realm in Scotland’ project, led by Dr Alice Taylor (King’s College). More information on the project and work on the Regiam Maiestatem can be found here: https://cotr.ac.uk/regiam/.
An event was held in St Andrews on 28 October to reflect on the first two years of the ‘Law’s Two Bodies’ project. Three new interviews took place, with Paul Seils, Dame Elish Angiolini, and lastly with Sir John Baker in the guise of Sir Edward Coke. All these interviews, together with an introductory talk by John Hudson, are now available for viewing. Participants agreed that the archive of interviews should continue to be built up, for its own sake and as a possible resource for writing on a variety of subjects.
It was also agreed by some participants that their interviews would be made generally available instead of being limited to members of the ILCR. For those that are generally available, see http://ilcr.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/media/ilcr-recordings/
The 8th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference is taking place in Cambridge on 21 and 22 March 2019. They are now inviting paper proposals on the theme ‘New Technologies: New Challenges for Democracy and International Law’.
More information and the call for papers can be found here.