Criminal Law in Liberal and Fascist Italy
Paul Garfinkel

December 2016. Cambridge University Press. Available to purchase via Cambridge University Press and Amazon.

By extending the chronological parameters of existing scholarship, and by focusing on legal experts’ overriding and enduring ...
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SLH Welcomes Reuel Schiller to the Editorial Team
Studies in Legal History Editors Holly Brewer, Michael Lobban, and Sarah Barringer Gordon welcome Reuel Schiller to the ALH editorial team.

“I am deeply honored to become a co-editor of the Society’s Studies in Legal History series,” Schiller said. ...
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Michelle McKinley On Fractional Freedoms
Professor Michelle McKinley, the Bernard B. Kliks Associate Professor of Law at the University of Oregon School of Law, discusses her forthcoming book Fractional Freedoms: Slavery, Intimacy, and Legal Mobilization in Colonial Lima, 1600-1700 (Cambridge ...
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Robert Gordon on Taming the Past
Professor Robert Gordon of Stanford Law School discusses his forthcoming book: a collection of essays entitled Law in History, History in Law: Taming the Past. The essays examine the ways in which lawyers make use of history and attempt to “tame” it ...
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Sophia Lee and Michelle McKinley on Archival Finds
What makes an archival visit go from good to great? Professors Michelle McKinley of Oregon University School of Law and Sophia Lee of the University of Pennsylvania Law School discuss "happenstance discoveries" made in the archives and the significance ...
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