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- Kislowicz and Luk, 'Recontextualizing Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia: Crown Land, History and Indigenous Religious Freedom" on SSRN
Howard Kislowicz and Senwung Luk have posted “Recontextualizing Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia: Crown Land, History and Indigenous Religious Freedom” on SSRN. The article has been published in the Supreme Court Law Review.Abstract: In Ktunaxa Nation v British Columbia (Forests, Lands and Natural … Read more »
- Peter Gonville Stein book award for non-U.S. legal history (in English)
Peter Gonville Stein book award: (via Matthew Mirow)Note deadline of March 15th. No Canadian book has won yet–this may be our year!CRITERIABest book in legal history (written in English) outside the field of US legal history, published during the previous calendar year.AMOUNT$500DEADLINEMarch 15, 2 … Read more »
- Call for Submissions: Preyer Award. American Society for Legal History
Call for Submissions: Preyer Award. American Society for Legal HistorySubmissions are welcome on any topic in legal, institutional and/or constitutional history.Early career scholars, including those pursuing graduate or law degrees, those who have completed their terminal degree within the previous … Read more »
- Room number for Osgoode Society Legal History Workshops–Winter term 2019
This term we will meet in Seminar Room 3, main floor, Falconer Hall.NOT the new Jackman Building (attached to Flavelle House)NOT Flavelle House, the building in front of the new Jackman BuildingFalconer Hall is north of those two buildings, same (West) side of Queen’s Park Ave., just south of the Mu … Read more »
- OSGOODE SOCIETY LEGAL HISTORY WORKSHOP, 2018-2019 WINTER TERM SCHEDULE
OSGOODE SOCIETY LEGAL HISTORY WORKSHOP, 2018-2019WINTER TERM SCHEDULEAll Sessions begin at 6.30. Room TBAWednesday January 16: Nicholas Rogers, York University: ‘Murder on the Middle Passage: The trial of Captain Kimber 1792’Wednesday January 30: Philip Girard, Osgoode Hall Law School: ‘American Inf … Read more »
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