Legal History
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 13th 11.15 - 12.45 Room G8

1A.  Dave Rogers (Staffordshire)
        'The History of Exhumation from Lawful Burial in the Context of Criminal Enquiries'
1B  Chris Monaghan: (BPP)
       Salvaging impeachment - is there any merit in reviving impeachment for the United Kingdom's Constitution?
1C  Stephen Skinner (Exeter)
       'Fascist by Name, Fascist by Nature? The 1930 Italian Penal Code in Pre- and Post-War Commentaries

 

Session 2: September 13th 13.45 - 15.15 Room G8

Law in Performance - Educating Audiences?
2A   Judith Rowbotham (SOLON, NTU),
        Making the Punishment Fit the Crime - Law in Gilbert and Sullivan
2B   Lorie Charlesworth (SOLON, LJMU),
       ‘Christmas Day in the Workhouse'
2C   David Hoffman (18 St John's Street),
        The Pendle Witches as Legal Education

Session 3 September 14th 09.30 - 11.00 Room G8

3A.  Gwen Seabourne (Bristol),
        'Dower and adultery in English law from the fourteenth century to the nineteenth century'
3B   John Stanton (Kingston),
       A V Dicey: a sculptor of UK Constitutional Law?
3C   Sarah Mercer and Clare Sandford Couch (Northumbria),
        Rituals of Shame

Session 4 September 14th 11.30 - 13.00 Room G8

4A   Sascha Bachmann (Lincoln)
        Colonialism, Justice and the Rule of Law
4B   Simon Lavis (Nottingham)
        'Representing the Nazi Past in Recent Legal Scholarship'
4C   Onder Bakircioglu (Belfast)
        A Contextual Approach to Warfare within the Islamic Tradition

Abstracts

Coke, the statute, wives and lovers: the route to a harsh interpretation of the Statute of Westminster II c. 34 on dower and adultery by Gwen Seabourne.

Papers

Coke, the statute, wives and lovers: the route to a harsh interpretation of the Statute of Westminster II c. 34 on dower and adultery by Gwen Seabourne.

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