Now Available: Law and History Review, volume 38, number 2 (2020) @history_law
New from Law and History Review, volume 38, issue 2 (2020).
This issue includes Laura Flannigan, Litigants in the English “Court of Poor Men’s Causes,” or Court of Requests, 1515–25
Ian Williams, Law, Language and the Printing Press in the Reign of Charles I: Explaining the Printing of the Common Law in English
Zak Leonard, Law of Nations Theory and the Native Sovereignty Debates in Colonial India
Priyasha Saksena, Jousting Over Jurisdiction: Sovereignty and International Law in Late Nineteenth-Century South Asia
Rabiat Akande, Secularizing Islam: The Colonial Encounter and the Making of a British Islamic Criminal Law in Northern Nigeria, 1903–58
and a number of book reviews.