Johnson, "Law and the History of Corporate Responsibility: Corporate Governance"

29 juillet 2014
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Johnson, "Law and the History of Corporate Responsibility: Corporate Governance"

Lyman Johnson (Washington and Lee University - School of Law; University of St. Thomas, St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN - School of Law) has posted "Law and the History of Corporate Responsibility: Corporate Governance." The article appears in Volume 10 of the University of St. Thomas Law Journal (2014). Here's the abstract: ...
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Amar on Justice Jackson and "the Judicialization of the Judiciary"

28 juillet 2014
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Amar on Justice Jackson and "the Judicialization of the Judiciary"

Via John Q. Barrett’s Jackson List, we have the YouTube link to Akhil Reed Amar's delivery of the tenth annual Robert H. Jackson Lecture on the Supreme Court of the United States at the Chautauqua Institution.  Professor Barrett reports that the “lecture, entitled ‘Robert Jackson and the Judicialization of the Judiciary,’ was...
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Cajas-Sarria on the Colombian Supreme Court, 1934-35

28 juillet 2014
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Cajas-Sarria on the Colombian Supreme Court, 1934-35

We missed this one back in December: Mario Cajas-Sarria (Universidad Icesi Facultad de Derecho) has posted "Alfonso López Pumarejo and the Last Supreme Court of the Conservative Hegemony, 1934-1935." It appeared in Volume 40 of Revista de Derecho (2013). Here's the English Abstract: This paper deals with the strategic behavior of a Supreme...
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Sunday Book Roundup

27 juillet 2014
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Sunday Book Roundup

There's plenty to read this weekend. Gordon Wood reviews Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defense of Equality by Danielle Allen (Liveright) in The New York Review of Books. "This is a strange and remarkable book. There must be dozens of books on the Declaration of Independence written from every...
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Brubaker on Bankruptcy Injunctions and the AIA in the Early Republic

26 juillet 2014
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Brubaker on Bankruptcy Injunctions and the AIA in the Early Republic

Ralph Brubaker, University of Illinois College of Law, has posted Justice Story, Bankruptcy Injunctions, and the Anti-Injunction Act of 1793, which appears in the Texas Law Review 92 (2014).  Here is the abstract:   This article explores how the courts of the early Republic interpreted the Anti-Injunction Act ("AIA') of 1793 as applied to...
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Updating Legal History on the Web: Last Call (and Plea for Syllabi Links)

25 juillet 2014
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Updating Legal History on the Web: Last Call (and Plea for Syllabi Links)

First, I want to thank the many individuals who have graciously sent in corrections and suggestions for new annotated links.  Before we put up the new version of the...
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Livingston’s "Fascists and Jews of Italy"

25 juillet 2014
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Livingston’s "Fascists and Jews of Italy"

Out recently from Cambridge University Press in the ASLH-sponsored book series, Studies in Legal History, is The Fascists and the Jews of Italy: Mussolini's Race Laws, 1938–1943, by Michael A. Livingston, Rutgers-Camden School of Law.  Here is the press’s description: From 1938 until 1943 – before the German occupation and accompanying Holocaust –...
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WORKSHOP: The Making of Commercial Law (Helsinki, 1-3 September)

WORKSHOP: The Making of Commercial Law (Helsinki, 1-3 September)

Nomôdos announced the Program of a Workshop to be held at Helsinki early September, on the history of commercial law, featuring several members of our society. More information below: Preliminary Programme (subject to changes) Sunday, 31 August 2014 19.30 Meeting at hotel lobby: City walking...
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CONFERENCE: Treaty Breaches. The Obligatory Force of Diplomacy and Its Limitations. (Munster, 17-19 September 2014)

CONFERENCE: Treaty Breaches. The Obligatory Force  of Diplomacy and Its Limitations. (Munster, 17-19 September 2014)

HSozUKult announced an interesting conference hosted by Prof. Martin Kintzinger (Münster) on the legal history of medieval and early modern international relations. Program and platform text below: Welche Brechungen und Verwerfungen bewirken kulturelle, mediale und soziale Grenzen auf dem Feld der vormodernen diplomatischen Interaktion? Welche Bedeutung besitzen sie für deren symbolische...
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BLOGPOST: A Legal History Survival Guide (Mary Dudziak)

BLOGPOST: A Legal History Survival Guide (Mary Dudziak)

Prof. Mary Dudziak (Emory University) has published a short research guide to legal history for the use of historians of US Foreign Relations. Although its orientation is maybe outside the scope of our organisation, she provides useful guidelines for o...


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BOOK: The founders of international law (Éditions Panthéon-Assas, "Les Introuvables"), 2014 [1904]

BOOK: The founders of international law (Éditions Panthéon-Assas, "Les Introuvables"), 2014 [1904]

Nomôdos announced the updated edition of the early 20th century collective work "Les fondateurs du droit international", discussing Martens, Bynkershoek, Pufendorf, Wolff... Summary and presentation: Publié en 1904 par un collectif de jeunes universitaires, parmi lesquels Jules Basdevant et George Scelle, l'ouvrage Les fondateurs du droit international consacre à dix grands auteurs du passé qui...
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BOOK REVIEW: Gisela Naegle on Richard W. Kaeuper (ed.), Law, Governance and Justice. New Views on Medieval Constitutionalism, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2013 (Francia-Recensio 2014-2)

BOOK REVIEW: Gisela Naegle on Richard W. Kaeuper (ed.), Law, Governance and Justice. New Views on Medieval Constitutionalism, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2013 (Francia-Recensio 2014-2)

Recensio.net published a review by Gisela Naegle (Giessen/Paris) of a collective work on medieval constitutionalism, edited in Brill's Medieval Legal Practice Series.The full text is available here.


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BOOK: Translations of Francisco de Vitoria by J.-P. Poujou (Paris, Bibliothèque Dalloz, 2014, 2014, 428 p.)

BOOK: Translations of Francisco de Vitoria by J.-P. Poujou (Paris, Bibliothèque Dalloz, 2014, 2014, 428 p.)

Nomôdos announces the publication of a French translation of the Spanish neo-scholastic author Vitoria's De Justitia by the philosopher Jean-Paul Coujou (Toulouse). More information at the Dalloz website. In addition, other recent French Vitoria-translations are signalled in the Nomôdos-post.


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BOOK: C. Puigelier, "The Art of Being a Savant. How Science and Law Were Written in the 18th and 19th Centuries" (Mare et Martin, 2014)

BOOK: C. Puigelier, "The Art of Being a Savant. How Science and Law Were Written in the 18th and 19th Centuries" (Mare et Martin, 2014)

Nomodôs announced the publication of a work at the crossroads of law and the general development of science in the eighteenth century. Interestingly, the work has been published both in French and in English.More information here. Présentation éditeurLes XVIIIe et XIXe siècles ont vu éclore des talents de science et...
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CALL FOR PAPERS: "Complicity" Conference (Sydney, 9-12 December 2015)

CALL FOR PAPERS: "Complicity" Conference (Sydney, 9-12 December 2015)

The Law & Humanities blog posted a Preliminary Call for Papers for a Law & Humanities Conference, to be held in Sydney from 9 to 12 December 2015 on the theme of "Complicity", with the sponsorship of the "Law, Literature and Humanities Associat...


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