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Martinmas Semester, 2021
Friday 10 September, 4.30 – 6pm: “Introduction to Mooting” hosted by the University of St Andrews Law Society [Venue: ‘Can-Do Marquee’, contact email@example.com for details]
Thursday 16 September, 4 – 5pm: ILCR Reading Group, C.L.R James The Black Jacobins: Toussaint L’Ouverture and the San Domingo revolution
Friday 24 September, 1 – 2.15pm: SaintsLaw Seminar, “Economics, Law, History” with João Rafael Cunha (St Andrews) and Montserrat Lopez Jerez (St Andrews)
Thursday 30 September, 4 – 5.30pm: Refugee Law Roundtable, “Forced Migration and Refugee Resettlement in the Long 1940s: A Connected and Global History”. Moderated by Kerstin von Lingen (Vienna) with contributions from Milinda Banerjee (St Andrews), Rana Mitter (Oxford) and Sebastian Huhn (Osnabrück)
Thursday 7 October, 4 – 5pm: ILCR Reading Group, The Black Jacobins…
Thursday 21 October to Saturday 23 October, Conference (with the University of Glasgow) “The Papacy and the Periphery c.1050-c.1300”, including a “Law’s Two Bodies” Interview with Mark Philpott (Oxford) as Archbishop Lanfranc. [contact ILCR@st-andrews.ac.uk for further details]
Thursday 28 October, 1- 3pm: Lisa Eberle (Tübingen), joint ILCR and ‘Edinburgh Roman Law Group’ seminar, “The Edicts of the Praetors: Law, Politics and Revolution in Ancient Rome”
[Sign-up: https://www.law.ed.ac.uk/news-events/events/edicts-praetors-law-politics-and-revolution-ancient-rome-lisa-pilar-eberle ]
Thursday 28 October, 5.30 – 7.00pm: Edda Frankot (Nord University), seminar hosted by the Institute of Scottish Historical Research, “To underlie the law within three tides as sea faring men’: Merchants and mariners before the Aberdeen courts in the later middle ages”
Thursday 4 November, 4 – 5pm: ILCR Reading Group, The Black Jacobins…
Thursday 11 November, 5.15 – 6.45pm: Harshan Kumarasingham (Edinburgh), lecture on ‘The Historical Constitution’
Past events can be found here.