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English Legal History

                                  Easter Term 2017

 

Tuesdays at 5.15pm in the History Faculty Boardroom

May 2nd

Will Eves (University of St Andrews)
A case study of early common law litigation: the use (and abuse) of the assize of mort d’ancester c. 1194-1230

 

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May 16th

Helen Saunders (University of Cambridge)
Excavating the archive: expectant heirs in the Chancery decree rolls, 1596-1640

 

May 30th

John Magyar (University of Cambridge)
The textualist orthodoxy of the Victorian treatise on statute law

New joint degrees start October 2017

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