Category Archives: Roman Law

Legal History Event – Glasgow

From our colleagues in Glasgow, notice of the following event: On 17 March 2017 at 5.00 pm, Lucinda Kirby of the University of Liverpool, presently holding the post of Alan Rodger Postgraduate Visiting Researcher at the University of Glasgow, will … Continue reading

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Winter school in Padua – Roman criminal law

For those wishing to spend a few glorious days in the lovely Padua, herewith a notice on the winter school offered by the University of Padua on Roman criminal law. The cast is truly a stellar one. Details here:LOCANDINA WS … Continue reading

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Theorizing contacts in the Roman Empire

From our colleagues in Classics, the following conference announcement: University of Edinburgh, 8-9 December 2017 We live in a multicultural world, in which every community develops in constant interaction with others. A series of theoretical models have been developed to … Continue reading

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Memorial service for Peter Stein

I have been asked to circulate the following information: “You are warmly invited to attend the Memorial Service for Queens’ Life Fellow Professor Peter Stein (1926 – 2016). The memorial will be held in Great St Mary’s Church at 2pm … Continue reading

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Post-doctoral position in Legal History

The research project REDHIS (“Rediscovering the Hidden Structure. A New Appreciation of Juristic Texts and Patterns of Thought in Late Antiquity”) is opening a position for a post-doctoral researcher. The appointment will be for two years. There will be a … Continue reading

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Cicero’s Law: Rethinking the Roman Law of the Late Republic

A fundamental re-assessment of Cicero’s place in Roman law Ed. Paul J. du Plessis Edinburgh University Press This volume brings together an international team of scholars to debate Cicero’s role in the narrative of Roman law in the late Republic … Continue reading

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Our students win prizes!

Following the good news of Dr. Karen Baston’s nomination for a book prize, this blogger is delighted to congratulate Mr Kenneth Young and Mr Glauco Longoni. Mr Young won the Muirhead prize for the best overall performance in Civil law … Continue reading

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Codex of Justinian

Today marks the publication of the eagerly awaited new translation into English of the Codex of Justinian by Bruce Frier et al. This new edition, the first since the rather flawed translation into English by Scott, consists of the Latin … Continue reading

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Professor Peter Stein (1926 – 2016)

Many of us in the legal history field will by now have heard the sad news of the passing of Peter Stein this past week. The Squire Law Library at Cambridge recorded a number of conversations with him about his … Continue reading

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New Roman-law journal

Interpretatio Prudentium is a biannual scientific journal with double-blind peer review published by Legal Theory and History – Research Center of the University of Lisbon (THD-ULisboa) promoting scholarly excellence research and a profound knowledge of Roman Jurisprudence and the Roman … Continue reading

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