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XXth Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians - Call for Papers
Next year’s Annual Forum of the Association of Young Legal Historians will be held on 2–5 April 2014 in Cambridge, England.
This is the first time the Annual Forum has been held in a common law jurisdiction, and the chosen theme of ‘Common Laws’ invites attention both to the common law legal tradition, and also to the recurrent themes of legal commonality, harmonisation and integration that have been a feature of the Association’s Annual Forums over the past two decades.
The Call for Papers is online, and applications can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org until 31 January 2014. We look forward to your application, and we will be delighted to welcome you to Cambridge next spring.
XIXth European Forum of Young Legal Historians - Programme online
The finalised Programme for this year’s European Forum of Young Legal Historians on ‘(Wo)Men in Legal History’ in Lille and Ghent is now online.
If there are further inquiries, please do not hesitate to ask the Organising Committee via email@example.com.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Lille and Ghent!
XIXth Forum for Young Legal Historians - Programme online
The programme of the XIXth Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians is now online.
To participate, register and pay the participation fee (€80 for speakers, €100 for others) until 22 March 2013 for speakers and 19 April 2013 for others.
Name: Histoire de la Justice dans le Nord
Bank: Société Générale
IBAN: FR76 30003 04211 00050559358 78
Reference: Your Name + Forum 2013
You can click on next link: https://webapps.ugent.be/eventManager/events/ForumREEFYLH
We are looking forward to meeting you in Lille and Ghent!
XIXth Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians - Call for papers
Next year’s European Forum of Young Legal Historians will be held on 15 – 18 May 2013 in two cities in two different countries. At first sight, Lille (France) and Ghent (Belgium) may seem very different, being divided by language (French-Dutch) and nationality (French-Belgian) but from a historical point of view, they have much in common, as they belonged to the historical county of Flanders for many centuries.
This forum has “(Wo)men in Legal History” as main theme, but original contributions on other subjects will also be accepted. The Call For Papers is online and applications can be sent until the 31st of January. We are looking forward to your application and will be delighted to welcome you in Lille and Ghent next spring.
XVIIITH ANNUAL FORUM OF YOUNG LEGAL HISTORIANS IN VIENNA
The programme of the XVIIIth Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians is now online. To participate register and pay the participation fee until 30 April 2012.
We are looking forward to meeting you in Vienna!