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Dafydd JENKINS (ed.), Legal History Studies 1972. Papers presented to the First British Leval History Conference, Aberystwyth 1972, Cardiff 1975
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J.H. BAKER (ed.), Legal Records and the Historian (Royal Historical Society), London 1978
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Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980 [ISBN 0-901050-77-6]
Alan HARDING, Introduction, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 1
David CORNER, The Texts of Henry II's Assizes, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 7
J. Beverley SMITH, The Legal Position of Wales in the Middle Ages, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 21
Robert SOMERVILLE, The Palatinate Courts in Lancashire, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 54
James A. BRUNDAGE, English-Trained Canonists in the Middle Ages: A Statistical Analysis of a Social Group, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 64
Franz METZGER, The Last Phase of the Medieval Chancery, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 79
A.L. MURRAY, Sinclair's Practicks, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 90
Brian P. LEVACK, English Law, Scots Law and the Union, 1603-1707, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 105
William M. GORDON, Stair's Use of Roman Law, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 120
Robert A. DODGSHON, Law and Landscape in Early Scotland: A Study of the Relationship between Tenure and Landholding, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 127
N.T. PHILLIPSON, The Social Structure of the Faculty of Advocates in Scotland, 1661-1840, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 146
George GOLDBERG, James Kent, The American Blackstone, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 157
John V. ORTH, The Legal Status of English Trade Unions, 1799-1871, in: Alan HARDING (ed.), Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History. Papers presented to the [Third British] Edinburgh Legal History Conference, 1977 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 22), London 1980, p. 195
   Index, p. 208

Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983 [ISBN 0-901050-91-1]
A.H. MANCHESTER, Towards a modern perspective, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 1
Eric W. IVES, Law, history and society: an eternal triangle, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 3
A.W.B. SIMPSON, The Legal Treatise and Legal Theory, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 11
J.L. BARTON, Remedies for Chattels, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 30
J.N. ADAMS, The Carrier in Legal History, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 39
L. KNAFLA, 'Sin of all sorts swarmeth': Criminal Litigation in an English County in the Early Seventeenth Century, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 50
J.B. POST, Equitable Resorts before 1450, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 68
J.A. GUY, The Development of Equitable Jurisdictions 1450-1550, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 80
M.K. MCINTOSH, Central Court Supervision of the Ancient Demesne Manor Court of Havering: 1200-1625, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 87
E. POWELL, The King's Bench in Shropshire and Staffordshire, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 94
R.B. PUGH, The Duration of Criminal Trials in Medieval England, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 104
H.R.T. SUMMERSON, The Early Development of the Peine Forte et Dure, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 116
R.F. HUNNISETT, The Importance of Eighteenth-Century Coroners' Bills, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 126
D. DUMAN, The Late Victorian Bar: A Prosopographical Survey, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 140
P.S. LACHS, Scottish Legal Education in the Nineteenth Century, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 155
C.U. ILEGBUNE, British Jurisdiction in Southern Ghana, 1618-1901: Its Basis, Development and Problems, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 162
D. WHITE, History of the Common Law Connection in the Commonwealth Caribbean, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 192
B. TOUHILL, The Legal Controversy surrounding the Irish State Prisoners 1848-1856, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 199
R. CAMPBELL, Desertion and Divorce: The County of Victoria, Australia, 1860, in: Eric W. IVES, A.H. MANCHESTER (eds.), Law, Litigants and the Legal Profession. Papers presented to the Fourth British Legal History Conference at the University of Birmingham 10-13 July 1979 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 36), London 1983, p. 208
   Index, p. 215

John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984 [ISBN 0-901050-94-6]
J.A. GUY, Introduction, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 1
Mary CHENEY, The Litigation between John Marshal and Archbishop Thomas Becket in 1164: A Pointer to the Origin of Novel Disseisin?, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 9
Susan REYNOLDS, The Idea of the Corporation in Western Christendom before 1300, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 27
Carole RAWCLIFFE, The Great Lord as Peacekeeper: Arbitration by English Noblemen and their Councils in the Later Middle Ages, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 34
Christopher WHITTICK, The Role of the Criminal Appeal in the Fifteenth Century, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 55
Marjorie K. MCINTOSH, Social Change and Tudor Manorial Leets, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 73
Norman L. JONES, Fine Tuning the Reformation, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 86
Eric POOLE, West's Symboleography: An Elizabethan Formulary, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 96
Clive HOLMES, Statutory Interpretation in the Early Seventeeth Century: The Courts, the Council and the Commissioners of Sewers, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 107
Frank A. SHARMAN, The Northampton Fire Court, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 118
John V. ORTH, The Law of Strikes, 1847-1871, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 126
J.L. BARTON, Liability for Things in the Nineteenth Century, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 145
Graham PARKER, The Prisoner in the Box — The Making of the Criminal Evidence Act, 1898, in: John A. GUY; H.G. BEALE (eds.), Law and Social Change in British History. Papers presented to the [Fifth British] Bristol Legal History Conference, 14-17 July 1981 (Royal Historical Society Studies in History 40), London 1984, p. 156
   Index, p. 176

A. KIRALFY; M. SLATER; Roger VIRGOE (eds.), Customs, Courts and Counsel, London 1985
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Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987 [ISBN 0-907628-84-2]
Richard EALES, Introduction, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. XIII
   Abbreviations, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. XIX
Dafydd JENKINS, The Lawbooks of Medieval Wales, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 1
Hector MACQUEEN, The Brieve of Right Revisited, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 17
Paul BRAND, Chief Justice and Felon: The Career of Thomas Weyland, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 27
Edward POWELL, The Administration of Criminal Justice in Late Medieval England: Peace Sessions and Assizes, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 49
Amanda BEVAN, The Henrician Assizes and the Enforcement of the Reformation, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 61
R.J. SCHOECK, The Strategies of Rhetoric in St. German's Doctor and Student, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 77
Norman L. JONES, Usury in the Elizabethan Exchequer, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 87
W.M. BARTEL, Knowledge of the English Criminal Law in Poland at the Turn of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 103
J.F. MCELDOWNEY, The Appointment of Sheriffs and Administration of Justice in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 119
Hamar FOSTER, Shooting the Elephant: Historians and the Problem of Frontier Lawlessness, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 135
G.R. RUBIN, The Royal Prerogative or a Statutory Code? The War Office and Contingency Legal Planning, 1885-1914, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 145
A.D.E. LEWIS, The Origins of the Nolo Plea, in: Richard EALES; David SULLIVAN (eds.), The Political Context of Law. Proceedings of the Seventh British Legal History Conference, Canterbury 1985, London 1987, p. 159

Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989 [ISBN 1-85285-028-0]
J.B. POST, Placita Corone, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 1
David J. SEIPP, Roman Legal Categories in the Early Common Law, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 9
P.R. ROBERTS, The 'Henry VIII Clause': Delegated Legislation and the Tudor Principality of Wales, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 37
C.G. ROELOFSEN, The Freedom of the Seas: An Asian Inspiration for Mare Liberum?, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 51
C.R. UNSWORTH, Witchcraft Beliefs and Criminal Procedure in Early Modern England, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 71
David F. CONDON, Witchcraft Trials in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 99
David MIERS, A Social and Legal History of Gaming: From the Restoration to the Gaming Act 1845, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 107
Clyde CROFT, Lord Hardwicke's Use of Precedent in Equity, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 121
James OLDHAM, The Work of Ryder and Murray as Law Officers of the Crown, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 157
R. COCKS, The Great Ashdown Forest Case, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 175
Martin J. WIENER, Some Images of Man and their Relation to the Administration of the Criminal Law in Britain, 1830-1914, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 199
P.R. SPILLER, Race and Law in South Africa in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 215
Steve HEDLEY, From Individualism to Communitarianism? The Case of Standard Forms, in: Thomas G. WATKIN (ed.), Legal Record and Historical Reality. Proceedings of the Eighth British Legal History Conference, Cardiff 1987, London 1989, p. 229

W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991 [ISBN: 1-85285-054-X]
Thomas Glyn WATKIN, Saints, Seaways and Dispute Settlements, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 1
Timothy S. HASKETT, The Presentation of Cases in Medieval Chancery Bills, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 11
Henry SUMMERSON, The Early Development of the Laws of the Anglo-Scottish Marches, 1249-1448, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 29
W. David H. SELLAR, Forethocht Felony, Malice Aforethought and the Classification of Homicide, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 43
David J. SEIPP, The Structure of English Common Law in the Seventeenth Century, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 61
A.H. MANCHESTER, An Introduction to Iconographical Studies of Legal History. I. England and Wales, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 85
M.A. BECKER-MOELANDS, An Introduction to Iconographical Studies of Legal History. II. The Netherlands, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 88
Paul NÈVE, Disputations of Scots Students attending Universities in the Northern Netherlands, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 95
Richard S. TOMPSON, James Greenshields and the House of Lords: A Reappraisal, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 109
Stephen C. YEAZELL, Default and Modern Process, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 125
K.J.M. SMITH, Macaulay's 'Utilitarian' Indian Penal Code: An Illustration of the Accidental Function of Time, Place and Personalities in Law Making, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 145
Inger DÜBECK, The Development of Danish Joint Stock Company Rules during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 165
Roger GREGORY; Frank SHARMAN, The Influence of Butch Cassidy on the Development of English Company Law, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 173
John P.S. MCLAREN, The Burdens of Empire and the legalization of White Supremacy in Canada, 1860-1910, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 187
Roger CHADWICK, Sir Augustus Stephenson and the Prosecution of Offences Act of 1884, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 201
V.G. GRAFSKY, Paul Vinogradoff as Legal Historian, in: W.M. GORDON; T.D. FERGUS (eds.), Legal History in the Making. Proceedings of the Ninth British Legal History Conference, Glasgow 1989, London 1991, p. 211

Peter BIRKS (ed.), The Life of the Law (Proceedings of the Tenth British Legal History Conference, Oxford 1991), London 1993
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Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993 [ISBN 1-85285-129-5]
   Preface, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. VII
   List of Contributors, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. IX
   The British Legal History Conference, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. X
Paul BRAND, The Beginnings of English Law Reporting, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 1
David J. SEIPP, Crime in the Year Books, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 15
John BAKER, Some Early Newgate Reports (1315-28), in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 35
William M. GORDON, The Acts of the Scottish Lords of Council in the Late Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries: Records and Reports, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 55
David IBBETSON, Law Reporting in the 1590s, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 73
Alain WIJFFELS, Sir Julius Caesar's Notes on Admiralty Cases: An Alternative to Law Reporting?, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 89
W.H. BRYSON, Law Reports in England from 1603 to 1660, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 113
Michael MACNAIR, The Nature and Function of the Early Chancery Reports, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 123
James OLDHAM, Detecting Non-Fiction: Sleuthing Among Manuscript Case Reports for what was Really Said, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 133
Steve HEDLEY, Words, Words, Words: Making Sense of Legal Judgements, 1875-1940, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 169
Raymond COCKS, Planning Law and Precedent: A Study in Twentieth-Century Law Reporting, in: Chantal STEBBINGS (ed.), Law Reporting in Britain, [Papers delivered to the Eleventh British Legal History Conference, Exeter 1993], London 1993, p. 187

C.W. BROOKS; M. LOBBAN (eds.), Community and Courts in Britain, 1150-1900, London 1997
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Jonathan A. BUSH; Alain WIJFFELS (eds.), Learning the Law. Teaching and the Transmission of the Law in England 1150-1900. [Proceedings of the Thirteenth British Legal History Conference, Cambridge 1997], London and Rio Grande 1999

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