Law in the City
The essays collected in this volume illuminate a rich variety of important legal historical topics, using a range of methods. In keeping with the traditions of the British Legal History Conference, the biennial showcase for general British legal history, contributors to the conference ranged widely within and without the overall theme; the volume of proceedings collects and publishes some of the best papers. Contributors include: Isabella Alexander (Robinson, Cambridge), Paul Brand (All Souls, Oxford), Andrea Bryan Jarman (U Westminster), Lorie Charlesworth (Liverpool John Moores U), Carla Crif? (U Leicester), Dirk Heirbaut (Ghent U), N.G. Jones (Magdalene, Cambridge), Andrew Lewis (UCL), Paul Mitchell (King's College London), Ruth Paley (History of Parliament), Jonathan Rose (Arizona State U), Marcel Senn (U Z?rich), Chantal Stebbings (U Exeter), Warren Swain (U Durham), Penny Tucker, Sarah Tullis (St Hugh's College, Oxford), Stephen Waddams (U Toronto), Samantha Worby.
Publication Date: 5/20/2007