Journal of Legal History (JLH)
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Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980

Albert Kiralfy, Introductory Note, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 3 {sj}

Peter Stein, A Tribute to Professor Ben-Zion Beinart, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 4 {sj}

Ben Beinart, Trusts in Roman and Roman-Dutch Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 6 {sj}

Roberta Routledge, The Records of Barnard's Inn, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 65 {sj}

D.S. Bland, Some Notes on the Evolution of the Legal Dictionary, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 75 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, Who Served the Writ? A Practical Point, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 85 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, Absolute Liability in Contract, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 89 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Conferences 1979-81, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 94 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migration of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 99 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 102 {sj}

M.J. Russell, I Trial by Battle and the Writ of Right, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 111 {sj}

M.J. Russell, II Trial by Battle and the Appeals of Felony, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 135 {sj}

A. Kiralfy ; R.A. Routledge, An Historical Perspective of the Child without Family Ties, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 165 {sj}

J.H. Baker, The Attorneys and Officers of the Common Law in 1480, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 182 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 204 {sj}

William Epstein, Issues of Principle and Expediency in the Controversy over Prohibitions to Ecclesiastical Courts in England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 211 {sj}

Brian W. Haines, English Labour Law and the Separation from Contract, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 262 {sj}

Andrew Goodman, The "Fushimi Incident": Theatre Censorship and The Mikado, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 297 {sj}

Jeffrey Price, In other journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 303 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 1, 1980, p. 305 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 309 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981

William Epstein, The Historical Foundation of the Methodology of American Legal Education, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 3 {sj}

R.J. Terrill, Humanism and Rhetoric in Legal Education: the Contribustion of Sir John Dodderige (1555-1628), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 30 {sj}

C. Manchester, Obscenity Law Enforcement in the Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 45 {sj}

Helen Beynon, Mighty Bentham, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 62 {sj}

Roberta Routledge, Statutory Control of Land Use on Environmental Grounds in England (1485-1945), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 77 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Conferences 1980-1981, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 90 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 92 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 95 {sj}

Dafydd Jenkins, English Law and the Renaissance. Eighty Years On: In Defence of Maitland, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 107 {sj}

Gino Gorla ; Luigi Moccia, A "Revisiting" of the Comparison between "Continental Law" and "English Law" (16th to 19th Century), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 143 {sj}

Luigi Moccia, English Law Attitudes to the "Civil Law", in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 157 {sj}

Richard J. Terrill, The Application of the Comparative Method by English Civilians: The Case of William Fulbecke and Thomas Ridley, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 169 {sj}

Alan Watson, The Hidden Origins of Enorm Lesion, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 186 {sj}

   Notes, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 194 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 195 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 194 {sj}

Michael Blakeney, Sequestered Piety and Charity – a Comparative Analysis, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 207 {sj}

John Cantwell, The Public Record Office: The Legal and Departmental Records, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 227 {sj}

John V. Orth, English Law and Striking Workmen: The Molestation of Workmen Act, 1859, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 238 {sj}

Harry Smith, Judges and the Lagging Law of Compensation for Personal Injuries in the Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 258 {sj}

Ralph Dickson, Legal Aspects of the Factory Act of 1856, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 276 {sj}

Robert Blackburn, In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 2, 1981, p. 285 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 289 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982

Herbert Hovenkamp, Pragmatic Realism and Proximate Cause in America, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 3 {sj}

Patrick Polden, John Reeves as Superindendent of Aliens 1803-04, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 31 {sj}

Hector L. MacQueen, The Brieve of Right in Scots Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 52 {sj}

Jeremy Philipps, The English Patent as a Reward For Invention, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 71 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 80 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 83 {sj}

Roberta Routledge, The Legal Status of Jews in England 1190-1790, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 91 {sj}

Lucy A. Sponsler, The Status of Married Women under the Legal System of Spain, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 125 {sj}

Jay Cohen, The History of Imprisonment for Debt and its Relation to the Development of Discharge in Bankruptcy, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 153 {sj}

   Notes, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 172 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 175 {sj}

William Epstein, Judge David Jenkins and the Great Civil War, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 187 {sj}

Frank A. Sharman, River Improvement Law in the Early Seventeenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 222 {sj}

Janet Dine, The Locality Rule in the History of American Admiralty Tort Jurisdiction, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 246 {sj}

Allan J. Busch, The Chancery Petty Bag Office during the Interregnum, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 3, 1982, p. 263 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 279 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4, 1983
S.J. Whittaker, An Historical Perspective to the "Special Equitable Action" in Re Diplock, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/1, 1983, p. 3 {sj}

Edmund Heward, The Early History of the Court Funds Office, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/1, 1983, p. 46 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Lawyers Practising in Chancery, 1474-1486, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/1, 1983, p. 54 {sj}

   Research in Progress, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/1, 1983, p. 77 {sj}

   In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/1, 1983, p. 79 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 84 {sj}

Andor Csizmadia, Hungarian Customary Law before the Bourgeois Rebellion of 1848, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/2, 1983, p. 3 {sj}

Agnes Orsatti Armao, In Search of a New God: Law in Nineteenth-Century America, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/2, 1983, p. 38 {sj}

M.A. Hicks, Restraint, Mediation and Private Justice: George, Duke of Clarence as "Good Lord", in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/2, 1983, p. 56 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/2, 1983, p. 72 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 75 {sj}

W.J. Windram ; H.L. MacQueen, The Sources and Literature of Scots Law: A Select Critical Bibliography 1936-1982, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/3, 1983, p. 1 {sj}

H.L. MacQueen, Dissasine and Mortancestor in Scots Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/3, 1983, p. 21 {sj}

A.J. MacLean, The 1707 Union: Scots Law and ths House of Lords, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/3, 1983, p. 50 {sj}

John W. Cairns, Institutional Writings in Scotland Reconsidered, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 4/3, 1983, p. 76 {sj}

   Index to Volume 4, p. 118 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984

Jill Hunter, The Development of the Rule against Double Jeopardy, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 1 {sj}

Shelley Gavigan, The Criminal Sanction as it relates to Human Reproduction, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 20 {sj}

Ruth Campbell, Sentence of Death by Burning for Women, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 44 {sj}

John Hostettler, Thomas Wakley – An Enemy of Injustice, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 60 {sj}

Michael Russell, The Champion's Master in Trial by Battle: A note, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 76 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 79 {sj}

Stephen C. Neff, Decline and Emergence: Roman Law and the Transition from Antiquity to Feudalism, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 91 {sj}

Thomas Glyn Watkin, Honeste Vivere, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 117 {sj}

John W. Cairns, Tiberius Coruncanius and the Spread of Knowledge about Law in Early Rome, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 129 {sj}

William M. Gordon, The Right of Women to Graduate Medicine – Scottish Judicial Attitudes in the Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 136 {sj}

Chantal Stebbings, Jus Accrescendi Inter Mercatores Locum Non Habet, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 152 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 163 {sj}

Robert Blackburn, In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 167 {sj}

   Note: The Scottish Legal History Group, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5, 1984, p. 173 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 181 {sj}

Special Issue on Custom, Courts and Counsel. Selected Papers of the 6th British Legal History Conference, Norwich 1983, ed. by Albert Kiralfy, Michele Slatter and Roger Virgoe {sj}

Huw Pryce, Ecclesiastical Sanctuary in Thirteenth-Century Welsh Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 1 {sj}

Jens Röhrkasten, Some Problems of the Evidence of Fourteenth Century Approvers, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 14 {sj}

J.B. Post, The Admissibility of Defence Counsel in English Criminal Procedure, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 23 {sj}

D.R. Lidington, Mesne Process in Penal Actions at the Elizabethan Exchequer, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 33 {sj}

Victor Morgan, Whose Prerogative in Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Century England?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 39 {sj}

J.S. Hart, Judicial Review in the House of Lords (1640-43), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 65 {sj}

Valerie C. Edwards, Criminal Equity in Restoration London and Middlesex, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 79 {sj}

Michele Slatter, The Norwich Court of Requests – A Tradition Continued, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 97 {sj}

T.H. Ford, Brougham as a Barrister: Courtroom Dilemmas of a Notorious Radical, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 108 {sj}

H.W. Arthurs, "Without the Law": Court of Local and Special Jurisdiction in Nineteenth Century England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 5/3, 1984, p. 130 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985

Warren Winfred Lehman, The First English Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 1 {sj}

Samuel Stoljar, Of Socage and Socmen, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 33 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, Law and Right in English Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 49 {sj}

Anne L. Spitzer, The Legal Careers of Thomas of Weyland and Gilbert of Thornton, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 62 {sj}

J.B. Post, C.A.F. Meekings 1914-1977 [Obituary], in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 84 {sj}

C.A.F. Meekings, A King's Bench Formulary, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 86 {sj}

A. Kiralfy, Debt and Damages – Then and Now, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 105 {sj}

A. Kiralfy, Warranty and Pledge of Faith, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 107 {sj}

A. Kiralfy, The King's Lynn Burning, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 109 {sj}

Martin Dockray, Savigny and the Squatter, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 109 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 121 {sj}

C.P. Rodgers, Humanism, History and the Common Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 129 {sj}

Richard J. Terrill, William Lambarde: Elizabethan Humanist and Legal Historian, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 157 {sj}

W. Keith Percival, Maffeo Vegio and the Prelude to Juridical Humanism, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 179 {sj}

David Yale, A Trichotomy of Equity, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 194 {sj}

Clifford Hall, Bacon and the Corruption Issue: Some Legal Aspects of Steward's Case, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 201 {sj}

Michele Slatter ; Richard Ireland, Report on Legal History in the Universities and Polytechnics of the United Kingdom, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 214 {sj}

M.J. Russell, The Kilburn Tombstone, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 233 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 236 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 238 {sj}

W. Hamilton Bryson, English Common Law in Virginia, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 249 {sj}

John A. Conley, Doing it by the Book: Justice of the Peace Manuals and English Law in Eighteenth Century America, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 257 {sj}

Mitchell G. Williams, Pleading Reform in Nineteenth Century America: The Joinder of Actions at Common Law and Under the Codes, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 299 {sj}

Robert Stevens, Basic Concepts and Current Differences in English and American Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 6, 1985, p. 336 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986

William Epstein, The Committee For Examinations and Parliamentary Justice, 1642-1647, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 3 {sj}

Stephan F. Black, The Courts and Judges of Westminster Hall During the Great Rebellion, 1640-1660, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 23 {sj}

S.P. de Cruz, Assumpsit, Consideration and Third Party Rights, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 53 {sj}

George F. Steckley, Instance Cases at Admiralty in 1657: A Court "Packed Up with Sutors", in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 68 {sj}

Hector MacQueen, Scottish Legal History Group (Mackenzie Tercentenary), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 84 {sj}

Hector MacQueen, Desuetude, the Cessante Maxim and Trial by Combat in Scots Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 90 {sj}

Betinio Diamant ; Vasile Luncean, Note on the History of Romanian Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 98 {sj}

Martin Dockray, Lord Lindley's Autobiography, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 102 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 105 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 108 {sj}

Robin Handley, Public Order, Petitioning and Freedom of Assembly, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 123 {sj}

John N. Adams ; Gwen Averley, The Patent Specification: The Role of Liardet v Johnson, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 156 {sj}

Ralph Dickson, The Tolpuddle Martyrs: Guilty or Not Guilty?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 178 {sj}

Ralph Dickson, Industial Safety: The Political Challenge, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 188 {sj}

Richard Maidment, Law and Economic Policy in the United Stated: The Judicial Response to Governmental Regulation of the Economy, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 196 {sj}

B.W. Poulson, Criminal Conspiracy, Injunctions and Damage Suits in Labor Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 212 {sj}

R.W. Blackburn, In other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 228 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, Note: A thorny problem, then and now, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 230 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 213 {sj}

R.W. Ireland, The Presumption of Guilt in the History of English Criminal Procedure, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 243 {sj}

S.J. Lewis, An Instrument of the New Constitution: The Origins of the General Warrant, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 256 {sj}

Richard S. Tompson, Justices of the Peace and the United Kingdom in the Age of Reform, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 273 {sj}

Trowbridge H. Ford, The Constitutional Association: Private Prosecutions in Reaction to Peterloo, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 293 {sj}

Dawn Roberts, The Scandal of Birmingham Borough Gaol 1853: A Case for Penal Reform, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 315 {sj}

R.H. Helmholz, The Conference on British Legal Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 341 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, Echoes of the Domesday World, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 7, 1986, p. 344 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 352 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987

A.D.M. Forte, Reparation for Pure Economic Loss: An Historical Perspective of Scots Law in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 3 {sj}

John Adams, Intellectual Property Cases in Lord Mansfield's Court Notebooks, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 18 {sj}

Chantal Stebbings, The Legal Nature of Shares in Landowning Joint Stock Companies in the Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 25 {sj}

Chantal Stebbings, Statutory Railway Mortgage Debentures and the Courts in the Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 36 {sj}

J.L. Barton, Contract and Quantum Meruit: The Ntecedents of Cutter v. Powell, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 48 {sj}

M.S. Servian, The Fair Swindler of Blackheath: A Case Study on the Importance of Reputation in Late Eighteenth Century Legal and Commercial Affairs, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 79 {sj}

Robert Evans, The Early History of Fire Insurance, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 88 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 92 {sj}

Sue Sheridan Walker, In Memory of Donald Sutherland [Obituary], in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 97 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 98 {sj}

David Neal, Law and Authority: The Campaign for Trial by Jury in New South Wales, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 107 {sj}

P.R. Spiller, The Jury System in Early Natal (1846-1874), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 129 {sj}

James C. Oldham, Special Juries in England: Nineteenth Century Usage and Reform, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 148 {sj}

Elise Histed, The Introduction and Use of the Grand Jury in Victoria, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 167 {sj}

Graham Parker, Trial by Jury in Canada, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 178 {sj}

Torbjörn Vallinder, The Swedish Jury System in Press Cases: An Offspring of the English Trial Jury?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 190 {sj}

   Why Civil Actions? [Notes], in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 221 {sj}

   The Museum of Law [Notes], in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 222 {sj}

   Bicentenary of the French Revolution: The Legal Achievment [Notes], in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 223 {sj}

Betinio Diamant, In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 224 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 225 {sj}

Warren E. Burger, Obstacles to an American Constitution, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 237 {sj}

M.H. Hoeflich, The Americanization of British Legal Education in the Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 244 {sj}

John C. Hogan ; Mortimer D. Schwartz, In Loco Parentis in the United States 1765-1985, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 260 {sj}

Stephen Keogh, Formal and Informal Constitutional Lawmaking in the United States in the Winter of 1860-1861, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 275 {sj}

Kenneth S. Gallant, Disestablished Religion in Pennsylvania and Kentucky: A Study in Constitutional Interpretation, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 300 {sj}

Richard A. Maidment, Chief Justice Hughes and the Contract Clause: A Re-assassment, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 316 {sj}

Martin Donahue, The History of Administrative Law in Massachusetts, 1629-1632, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 8, 1987, p. 330 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988

Peter Meijes Tiersma, Rites of Passage: Legal Ritual in Roman Law and Anthropological Analogues, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 3 {sj}

A.R. Kiralfy, Custom in Mediaeval English Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 26 {sj}

J. Olabosipo Anifalaje, Judicial Development of Customary Law in Nigeria, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 40 {sj}

Peter M. Ashman, Heraldry and the Law of Arms in England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 50 {sj}

N.A. Semidyorkin, Family Law Reform in Russia after the October Revolution (1917), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 87 {sj}

Robert Blackburn, The Duration of Parliament: Historical Perspectives on the 1911 Amendment to the Septennial Act, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 98 {sj}

R.W. Blackburn, In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 107 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 111 {sj}

Thomas Glyn Watkin, Paul of Tarsus: A Citizen of No Mean City, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 119 {sj}

Lois G. Schwoerer, The Trial of Lord William Russell (1683): Judicial Murder?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 142 {sj}

James A. Brundage, Legal Aid for the Poor and the Professionalization of Law in the Middle Ages, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 169 {sj}

Jack K. Weber, The Power of Judicial Records, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 180 {sj}

Maija Jansson, Matthew Hale on Judges and Judging, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 201 {sj}

Joseph E. Fortenberry, A Note on the Purpose of Roman Discovery, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 214 {sj}

Colin Manchester, Lod Campbell's Act: England's First Obscenity Statute, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 223 {sj}

   Beyond Domesday, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 242 {sj}

   Scottish Legal History Group, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 248 {sj}

Betinio Diamant, In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 252 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 254 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 257 {sj}

Sue Sheridan Walker, Wrongdoing and Compensation: The Pleas of Wardship in Thirteenth and Fourteenth Century England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 267 {sj}

R.M. Ball, Exchequer of Pleas, Bills and Writs, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 308 {sj}

Roger D. Groot, The Crime of Rape temp. Richard I and John, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 324 {sj}

Cynthia Neville, Border Law in Late Medieval England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 335 {sj}

Edmund Heward, Dampier Manuscripts at Lincoln's Inn, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 357 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, The 'Glorious Revolution'of 1688, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 9, 1988, p. 365 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 367 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989

Stephen W. DeVine, The Franciscan Friars, the Feoffment to Uses and Canonical Theories of Property Enjoyment before 1535, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 1 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, The Humble Jumble: Legal Redress under the Open-Field System, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 23 {sj}

Peter Sparkes, Back-Datin Specific Performance, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 29 {sj}

Chantal Stebbings, The Commercial Application of the Law of Mortmain, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 37 {sj}

Frank A. Sharman, An Introduction to the Enclosure Acts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 45 {sj}

Frank A. Sharman, Feudal Copyholder and Industrial Shareholder: The Dimes Case, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 71 {sj}

Jeffrey Price, The Doctrine of Frustration and Leases, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 90 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, The Nation's Memory: 1838-1988, 1189-1989, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 110 {sj}

Betinio Diamant, In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 114 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 115 {sj}

Jack K. Weber, The King's Peace: A Comparative Study, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 135 {sj}

Geoffrey Samuel, Epistemology, Propaganda and Roman Law: Some Reflections on the History of the Subjective Right, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 161 {sj}

Filippo Ranieri, From Status to Profession: The Professionalisation of Lawyers as a Research Field in Modern European Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 180 {sj}

Harry M. Scharf, The Court Reporter, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 191 {sj}

Patrick Polden, The Public Trustee in England, 1906-1986: The Failure of an Experiment?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 228 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 256 {sj}

Jacques Vanderlinden, Tribute to John Gilissen, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 263 {sj}

J. Russell VerSteeg, Law and the Security of of Homeric Society (A Response to Richard A. Posner), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 265 {sj}

Charlotte Neff, Scandinavian Elements in the Wantage Code of Æthelred II, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 285 {sj}

Allan J. Busch, The John Lisle Chancery Manuscripts: The 'Abridgements', in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 317 {sj}

Allan J. Busch, The John Lisle Chancery Manuscripts: The 'Pleas and Demurrers', in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 327 {sj}

Rodney M. Baine, The Oglethorpe Prison Committee and Lord Chief Justice Robert Eyre, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 343 {sj}

Alan W. Williams, Colonial Origins of Land Acquisition Law in New South Wales and Queensland, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 352 {sj}

Julie Cassidy, A Repparaisal of Aboriginal Policy in Colonial Australia: Imperial and Colonial Instruments Recognising the Special Rights and Stuatus of the Australian Aborigines, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 365 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, The Riddle of the Four Seas: A Correspondence, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 380 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, The Dictionary and the Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 389 {sj}

   The Museum of Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 392 {sj}

   Scottish Legal History Group, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 397 {sj}

   Index to Volume 10, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 10, 1989, p. 403 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990

Thomas Glyn Watkin, Occupatio and the Pastio Villatica, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 5 {sj}

Norman Doe, The Positivist Thesis in Fifteenth-Century Legal Theory and Practice, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 29 {sj}

John W. Cairns; T. David Fergus; Hector L. MacQueen, Legal Humanism in Renaissance Scotland, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 40 {sj}

R.M. Ball, Tobias Eden, Change and Conflict in the Exchequer Office, 1672-1698, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 70 {sj}

R.M. Ball, The King's Remembrancer's Office in the Eighteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 90 {sj}

P.B. Adamson, The Law and the Festival of Unleavened Bread (Massot), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 114 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, Independent Legal Systems under a Common Dynastic Rule: The Examples of England and Hungary, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 118 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, A Century of Co-operation in the Reform of Conveyancing, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 129 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, Robin Hood, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 130 {sj}

   A Domesday Family, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 131 {sj}

   Museum of Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 132 {sj}

   Scottish Legal History Group, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 133 {sj}

Betinio Diamant, In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 137 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 138 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 142 {sj}

Rose Melikan, Shippers, Salvors and Sovereigns: Competing Interests in the Medieval Law of Shipwreck, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 163 {sj}

Charles Moreton, A 'best betrustyd frende'?: A Late Medieval Lawyer and His Clients, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 183 {sj}

Norman Doe, Legal Reasoning and Sir Roger Townsend JCP (d. 1493), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 191 {sj}

A.R. Buck, The Politics of Land Law in Tudor England 1529-1540, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 200 {sj}

Kathleen Loncar, John Selden's History of Tithes: A Charter for the Landlord?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 219 {sj}

John Sanderson, Charles Dallinson and the Rule of Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 239 {sj}

Samuel Stoljar, No Obituary for Wennall v Adney, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 250 {sj}

Chantal Stebbings, The Devolution of Patnership Property, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 270 {sj}

W.K. Hastings, The Wakefild Colonisation Plan and Constitutional Development in South Australia, Canada and New Zealand, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 279 {sj}

D. Bradley, Unmarried Cohabitation in Sweden – A Renewed Social Institution?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 300 {sj}

Norman Vieira; Leonard E. Gross, The Appointments Clause: Judge Bork and the Role of Ideology in Judicial Confirmations, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 311 {sj}

Michael Carlton Tolley, Maryland and its Anglo-Legal Inheritance, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 353 {sj}

Robert B. Robinson; James D. Hardy Jr., An Actio de Peculio in Ante-Bellum Alabama, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 364 {sj}

David McCord, The English and American History of Voluntary Intoxication to Negate Mens Rea, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 372 {sj}

Joseph F. DiMento, Mining the Archives of Pennsylvania Coal: Heaps of Constitutional Mischief, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 396 {sj}

Robert J. McKeever, The Fall and Rise of Judicial Activism in the United States: The Case of Justice William O. Douglas, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 437 {sj}

T.G. Watkin, Stipulatio, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 447 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, The Golden Reed, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 451 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, The White Rod and Green Nature, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 453 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, Goodby to Sigillology, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 458 {sj}

   Third Erasmus Seminar on Legal Theory, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 460 {sj}

Betinio Diamant, In Other Journals, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 462 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 463 {sj}

   Index to Volume 11, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 11, 1990, p. 483 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991

Chantal Stebbings, Charity Land: A Mortmain Confusion, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 7 {sj}

Ian Ward, Settlements, Mortgages and Aristocratic Estates 1649-1660, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 20 {sj}

Colin Manchester, A History of the Crime of Obscene Libel, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 36 {sj}

Philip Schofield, Jeremy Bentham and Nineteenth-Century English Jurisprudence, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 58 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 89 {sj}

David Crook, Triers and the Origin of the Grand Jury, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 103 {sj}

Jan Hallebeek, A Catalonian Custom and a Forbidden Negotiorum Gestio, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 117 {sj}

Alan Watson, A Slave's Marriage: Dowry or Deposit, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 132 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 140 {sj}

Suzanne Gibson, Review Article: Bellum Pax Rursum, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 148 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 155 {sj}

Paul R. Hyams, The Charter as a Source for the Early Common Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 173 {sj}
A.I.L. Campbell, 'It is a constitution we are expounding': Chief Justice Marshall and the 'necessary and proper' clause, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 190 {sj}

Peter Goodrich, Eating Law: Commons, Common Land, Common Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 246 {sj}

    Scottish Legal History Group: 'Lawyers and their Books', in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 268 {sj}

Andrew Lewis, Tenth British Legal History Conference, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 12, 1991, p. 274 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 278 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992

David Ibbetson, From Property to Contract: The Transformation of Sale in the Middle Ages, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 1 {sj}

Peter Stein, The Vacarian School, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 23 {sj}

S.J. Payling, Arbitration, Perpetual Entails and Collateral Warranties in Late-Medieval England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 32 {sj}

Stephen D. Girvin, The Antecedents of South African Company Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 63 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 78 {sj}

Albert Kiralfy, Taking the Will for the Deed: The Mediaeval Criminal Attempt, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 95 {sj}

John Frederick Winkler, Roman Law in Anglo-Saxon England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 101 {sj}

Eltjo J.H. Schrage, Iudex Bonus Vir Dicitur, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 128 {sj}

Srdan Sarkic, The Influence of Byzantine Ideology on Early Serbian Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 147 {sj}

Robert Stevens, Judicial Salaries: Financial Independence in the Age of Equality, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 155 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 178 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 186 {sj}

David Pugsley, On Compiling Justinian's Digest II: Plans and Interruptions, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 209 {sj}

Henry Summerson, The Enforcement of the Statute of Westminster, 1285-1327, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 232 {sj}

Geoffrey MacCormack, The Legal Treatment of Insane Persons in Late Imperial China, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 251 {sj}

Reiner Schulze, European Legal History – A New Field of Research in Germany, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 270 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts – Index 1978-91, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 296 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 311 {sj}

   Index to Volume 13, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 13, 1992, p. 325 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993

Tammo Wallinga, Symon Vincentinus: Quaestiones in C.2.3.1, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 1 {sj}

Alex Stein, From Blackstone to Woolmington: On the Development of a Legal Doctrine, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 14 {sj}

Patrick Polden, A Day at the Races: Wood v. Leadbitter in Context, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 28 {sj}

Alceste Santuari, The Joint Stock Company in Nineteenth Century England and France: King v. Dodd and the Code de Commerce, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 39 {sj}

J.L. Barton, On The Teaching of Roman Law in England Around 1200, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 53 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 59 {sj}

N.G. Jones, Tyrrel's Case (1557) and the Use upon a Use, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 75 {sj}

David Pugsley, On Compiling Justinian's Digest (3): 'The Forentine Index', in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 94 {sj}

A.J.B. Sirks, An Incident in the History of the Dutch East India Company, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 106 {sj}

Stephen D. Girvin, Nineteenth-Century Reforms in Scottish Legal Education: The Universities and the Bar, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 127 {sj}

Wilfred Prest, Hale as Husband, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 142 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/1-2, 1993, p. 145 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 161 {sj}

Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/3, 1993

J.L. Barton, The Mistery of Bracton, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 14/3, 1993, p. 1 {sj}

    Index to Volume 14, p. 143 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994

Lionel D. Smith, The Stockbroker and the Solicitor-General: The Story Behind Taylor v. Plumer, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 1 {sj}

Roger Virgoe, Inheritance and Litigation in the Fifteenth Century: The Buckenham Disputes, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 23 {sj}

Florian Faust, Hadley v. Baxendale: An Understandable Miscarriage of Justice, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 41 {sj}

O.F. Robinson, Bracton and Hengham: The Wages of Virtue, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 73 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 79 {sj}

R.H. Helmholz, The Origin of Holographic Wills in English Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 97 {sj}

Peter Edge, The Codification of Manx Criminal Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 109 {sj}

Suzanne Corcoran, Corporate Law and the Australian Constitution: A History of Section 51 (xx) of the Australian Constitution, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 131 {sj}

David Crook, Recent Work on Lists of Common Law Records in the Public Record Office, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 163 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 175 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 183 {sj}

W.A. Champion, Litigation in the Boroughs: The Shrewsbury Curia Parva 1580-1730, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 201 {sj}

G.R. Rubin, The Legal Education of British Army Officers 1860-1923, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 223 {sj}

Michael Macnair, Sir Jeffrey Gilbert and his Treatises, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 252 {sj}

David Brown; Frank Sharman, Enclosure: Agreements and Acts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 269 {sj}

Mary Sokol, Bentham and Blackstone on Incorporeal Hereditaments, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 15, 1994, p. 287 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 306 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995

G.W.S. Barrow, Witnesses and the Attestation of Formal Documents in Scotland, Twelfth-Thirteenth Centuries, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 1 {sj}

Reinhard Zimmermann, Roman and Comparative Law: The European Perspective, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 21 {sj}

Michael Lobban, Was there a Nineteenth Century 'English School of Jurisprudence'?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 34 {sj}

A.H. Buck, Property, Aristocracy and Reform of the Land Law in Early Nineteenth Century England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 63 {sj}

Mark Lunney, Insurance and the Liability of the Legal Profession – A Case Study, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 94 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 107 {sj}

Laurette Barnard, The Criminalisation of Heresy in the Later Roman Empire. A Sociopolitical Device?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 121 {sj}

Raymonde Crête; Sylvio Normand; Thomas Copeland, Law Reporting in Nineteenth Century Quebec, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 147 {sj}

C.J.W. Allen, Bentham and the Abolition of Incompetency from Defect of Religious Principle, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 172 {sj}

E.D. Jones, Summary Execution at Spalding Priory 1250-1500, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 189 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migration of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 199 {sj}

David Miers, Review Article: Booking Bookies, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 204 {sj}

R.C.J. Cocks, Review Article: Unsettling Settlements, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 210 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 218 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Kiralfy's The Action on the Case, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 231 {sj}

John Cairns, The Noose Hidden Under Flowers: Marriage and Law in Saint Ronan's Well, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 234 {sj}

Raymond Cocks, Modern Law Reform and the Use of Sources at the PRO, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 256 {sj}

D.J. Ibbetson, Coventry's Reports, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 281 {sj}

A.D.E. Lewis, Montesquieu's Collectio Iuris, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 304 {sj}

A.H.B. Sirks, A Decision of the Emperor Hadrian, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 318 {sj}

Thomas Glyn Watkin, Justice and Lear, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 328 {sj}

Philip Schofield, 'Professing liberal opinions': The Common Law, Adjudication and Security in Recent Bentham Scholarship, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 16, 1995, p. 350 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996

Martin Dockray, The Cleveland Street Scandal 1889-90: the Conduct of the Defence, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 1 {sj}

Wilfrid E. Rumble, Austin in the Classroom: Why were his Courses on Jurisprudence Unpopular?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 17 {sj}

Paddy Ireland, Capitalism without the Capitalist: The Joint Stock Company Share and the Emergence of the Modern Doctrine of Separate Corporate Personality, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 41 {sj}

Gerry R. Rubin, Debtors, Creditors and the County Courts, 1846-1914: Some Source Material, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 74 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 83 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 91 {sj}

E.J. H. Schrage, The Judge's Liability for Professional Mistakes, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 101 {sj}

O.F. Robinson, The Role of the Senate in Roman Criminal Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 130 {sj}

Stanley Rubin, Bot Composition in Anglo-Saxon Law: A Reassessment, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 144 {sj}

Keechang Kim, Calvin's Case (1608) and the Law of Alien Status, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 155 {sj}

David Pugsley, London Tramways (1898), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 172 {sj}

    Correspondence, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 185 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 188 {sj}

Henry Summerson, The Criminal Underworld of Medieval England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 197 {sj}

Leah Leneman, English Marriages and Scottish Divorces in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 225 {sj}

Mark Lunney, The Law Society and the Defalcation Scandals of 1900, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 244 {sj}

David Johnson, Trial by Jury in Ireland 1860-1914, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 270 {sj}

    Announcement – Premio Boulvert, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 17, 1996, p. 294 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 296 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/1, 1997

Daniel P. Klein, The Trial of Charles I, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/1, 1997, p. 1 {sj}

J.T. Peacey, 'Led by the Hand': Manucaptors and Patronage at Lincoln's Inn in the Seventeenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/1, 1997, p. 26 {sj}

G.R. Rubin, Parliament, Prerogative and Military Law: Who had Legal Authority over the Army in the Later Nineteenth Century?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/1, 1997, p. 45 {sj}

Steve Hedley, The 'Need of Commercial Litigants' in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Contract Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/1, 1997, p. 85 {sj}

Gwen Seabourne, A Local Rule on Legitimation by Subsequent Marriage, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/1, 1997, p. 96 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/1, 1997, p. 100 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 105 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/2, 1997

D.J. Ibbetson, Fault and Absolute Liability in Pre-Modern Contract Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/2, 1997, p. 1 {sj}

Umberto-Igor A. Stramignoni, At the Dawn of Part Performance: A Hypothesis, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/2, 1997, p. 32 {sj}

Stephen Baister, The Court as Educator: The Social Courts System of the German Democratic Republic, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/2, 1997, p. 47 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 91 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/3, 1997

Chantal Stebbings, Roman Catholics, Honorary Trusts and the Statute of Mortmain, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/3, 1997, p. 1 {sj}

Martina Stein-Wilkeshuis, Frisian Law and the Forbidding Countries Overseas, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/3, 1997, p. 17 {sj}

Donald J. Kagay, Rebellion on Trial: the Aragonese Union and its Uneasy Connection to Royal Law, 1265-1301, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/3, 1997, p. 30 {sj}

Teresa Sutton, The Deodand and Responsibility for Death, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/3, 1997, p. 44 {sj}

Mark Lunney, Review Article: Sugarman's Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/3, 1997, p. 56 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 62 {sj}

    Legal History Manuscripts Deposits 1996. Australian and New Zealand Law and History Society Conference, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 18/3, 1997, p. 68 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998

N.G. Jones, Long Leases and the Feudal Revenue in the Court of Wards 1540-1645, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 1 {sj}

Kathryn A. Lowe, The Nature and Effect of the Anglo-Saxon Vernacular Will, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 23 {sj}

Alexandra Shepard, Legal Learning and the Cambridge University Courts c. 1540-1640, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 62 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 75 {sj}

T.P. Gallanis, Review Article: The Chadwyck Healey 'British Trials' Collecion, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 84 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 88 {sj}

David Bradley, The Antecedents of Finnish Family Laws: Legal Tradition, Political Culture and Social Institutions, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 93 {sj}

Gwen Seabourne, Controlling Commercial Morality in Late Medieval London: The Usury Trials of 1421, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 116 {sj}

Georg Behrens, An Early Tudor Debate on the Relation between Law and Equity, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 143 {sj}

Sheila Doyle, An Uncompleted Work by Henry Swinburne on Matrimony, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 162 {sj}

    Scottish Legal History Group, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 173 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 179 {sj}

Chantal Stebbings, The Rule in Cradock v. Piper (1850): Exception or Principle?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 189 {sj}

Chris R. Kyle, 'But a New Button to an Old Coat': The Enactment of the Statute of Monopolies, 21 James I cap. 3, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 203 {sj}

Patrick Polden, Oiling the Machinery: The Lord Chancellor's Office and the County Court Bench, 1927-44, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 224 {sj}

Olivia Robinson, Justinian's Institutional Classification and the Class of Quasi-Delict, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 245 {sj}

David Hewitt, Some Cases fromthe Defamation Jurisdiction of the Archdeaconry of Richmond, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 251 {sj}

Robert G. Scofield, The Conclusion of Austin's 'A Note on Interpretation': Is it Missing or Misplaced?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 270 {sj}

    Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts: Major Accessions to Repositories 1997, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 19, 1998, p. 281 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 289 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/1, 1999

Kathryn A. Lowe, Latin Versions of Old English Wills, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/1, 1999, p. 1 {sj}

K.J.M. Smith, Anthony Hammond: 'Mr.Surface' Peel's Persistent Codifier, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/1, 1999, p. 24 {sj}

Paul Raffield, Lex facit regem v. Quod principi placuit: Dramatic Symbols of Crown and Common Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/1, 1999, p. 45 {sj}

Paul Mitchell, Artemus Jones and the Press Club, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/1, 1999, p. 64 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/1, 1999, p. 69 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 73 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/2, 1999

Gareth Popkins, Russian Peasant Wills in the Decisions of the Ruling Senate, 1861-1906, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/2, 1999, p. 1 {sj}

John W. Cairns, Advocates' Hats, Roman Law and Admission to the Scots Bar, 1580-1812, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/2, 1999, p. 24 {sj}

Raymond Cocks, 'That Exalted and Noble Science of Jurisprudence': The Recruitment of Jurists with 'Superior Qualifications' by the Middle Temple in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/2, 1999, p. 62 {sj}

Jeroen S. Kortmann, Ab Alio ictu)s): Misconceptions about Julian's View of Causation, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/2, 1999, p. 95 {sj}

    Scottish Legal History Group, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/2, 1999, p. 104 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 109 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/3, 1999
Ian MacLean, Legal Fictions and Fictional Entities in Renaissance Jurisprudence, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/3, 1999, p. 1 {sj}

Georg Behrens, Equity in the Commentaries of Edmund Plowden, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/3, 1999, p. 25 {sj}

Dennis R. Klinck, Lord Eldon on 'Equity', in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/3, 1999, p. 51 {sj}

G.H.H. Glasgow, The Election of County Coroners in England and Wales circa 1800-1888, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/3, 1999, p. 75 {sj}

T.P. Gallanis, Legal History with 21st-Century Tools: the English Reports on CD-ROM and Bracton on the Web, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/3, 1999, p. 109 {sj}

Urfan Khaliq, Coping with Modernity? Literature and Islamic Legal Theories, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 20/3, 1999, p. 115 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 135 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/1, 2000

Special Issue on Suicide in Medieval England {sj}

Andrew Lewis, Introduction, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/1, 2000, p. vii {sj}

Roger Groot, When Suicide became Felony, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/1, 2000, p. 1 {sj}

Gwen Seabourne; Alice Seabourne, The Law on Suicide in Medieval England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/1, 2000, p. 21 {sj}

Henry Summerson, Suicide and the Fear of the Gallows, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/1, 2000, p. 49 {sj}

Eltjo Schrage, Suicide in Canon Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/1, 2000, p. 57 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 63 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/2, 2000

Simon Corcoran, The Sins of the Fathers: A Neglected Constitution of Diocletian on Incest, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/2, 2000, p. 1 {sj}

Heikki Pihlajamäki, 'Swimming the Witch, Pricking for the Devil's Mark': Ordeals in Early Modern Witchcraft Trials, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/2, 2000, p. 35 {sj}

S.M. Waddams, English Matrimonial Law on the Eve of Reform (1828-57), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/2, 2000, p. 59 {sj}

J.A. Dowling, The Irish Court of Appeal in Chancery 1857-77, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/2, 2000, p. 83 {sj}

Susanne Jenks, occidit … inter brachia sua: Change in a Woman's Appeal of Murder of her husband, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/2, 2000, p. <119BR> J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/2, 2000, p. 123 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 129 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/3, 2000

Enid Campbell, Oaths and Affirmations of Public Office under English Law: An Historical Retrospect, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/3, 2000, p. 1 {sj}

Damian Powell, Coke in Context: Early Modern Legal Observation and Sir Edward Coke's Reports, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/3, 2000, p. 33 {sj}

John Cairns; Grant McLeod, Thomas Craig, Sir Martin Wright and Sir William Blackstone: The English Discovery of Feudalism, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/3, 2000, p. 54 {sj}

G.R. Rubin, Court-Martial Jurisdiction and Ex-Service Personnel: The 'Boydell Gap' Revisited, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/3, 2000, p. 67 {sj}

A.D. Harvey, Bestiality in late-Victorian England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/3, 2000, p. 85 {sj}

HMC, Major Accessions to Repositories in 1999 Relating to Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/3, 2000, p. 89 {sj}

    Scottish Legal History Group, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/3, 2000, p. 97 {sj}

Ian Ward, Casting Down Imaginations: Politics and Poetry in the English Republic, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 21/3, 2000, p. 101 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 115 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/1, 2001

Paul Brand, Earning and Forfeiting Dower in Medieval England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/1, 2001, p.1-20 {sj}

Raymond Cocks, Enforced Creativity: Noel Hutton and the New Law for Development Control, 1945-47, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/1, 2001, p. 21-54 {sj}

Greg Taylor, South Australia's Judicature Act Reforms of 1853: The First Attempt to Fuse Law and Equity in the British Empire, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/1, 2001, p. 55-84 {sj}

John H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/1, 2001, p. 85-100 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/1, 2001, p. 101-105 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/2, 2001

O.E. Tellegen-Couperus, The Role of the Judge in the Formulary Procedure, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/2, 2001, p. 1-13 {sj}

Joseph Biancalana, Thirteenth-Century Custodia, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/2, 2001, p. 14-44 {sj}

Chantal Stebbings, Popular Perceptions of Income Tax Law in the Nineteenth Century: A Local Tax Rebellion, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/2, 2001, p. 45-71 {sj}

   Book Reviews, , in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/2, 2001, p. 72-79 {sj}

Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/3, 2001

N.G. Jones, The Bill of Middlesex and the Chancery, 1556-1608, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/3, 2001, p. 1-20 {sj}

Mark Godfrey, The Assumption of Jurisdiction: Parliament, the King's Council and the College of Justice in Sixteenth-Century Scotland, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/3, 2001, p. 21-36 {sj}

Patrick Polden, Doctor in Trouble: Anderson v. Gorrie and the Extension of Judicial Immunity from Suit in the 1890s, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/3, 2001, p. 37-68 {sj}

Historical Manuscripts Commission, Major Accessions to Repositories in 2000 relating to Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/3, 2001, p. 69-74 {sj}

Mike Macnair, The Court of Exchequer and Equity [Review Article], in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/3, 2001, p. 75-82 {sj}

Lord Hope of Craighead, Northern Lights [Review Article], in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/3, 2001, p. 83-88 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 22/3, 2001, p. 89-95 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002

Susanne Jenks, The Writ and the Exception de odio et atia, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 1 {sj}

Martyn Rady, Warranty and Surety in Medieval Hungarian Land Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 23 {sj}

Christopher McNall, The Nature of the Tenancy by Statute Merchant, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 37 {sj}

Stuart Anderson, Discretion and the Rule of Law: The Licensing of Drink in England, c. 1817-40, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 45 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 60 {sj}

Mary Sokol, Bentham Reviewed [Review Article], in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 69 {sj}

Raymond Cocks, Social Roles and Legal Rights: Three Women in Early Nineteenth-Century India, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 77 {sj}

Tara Helfman, The Law of Nations in The Federalist Papers, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 107 {sj}

Rebecca Probert, The Judicial Interpretation of Lord Hardwicke's Act 1753, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 129 {sj}

Henry Horwitz, The nisi prius Trial Notes of Lord Hardwicke, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 152 {sj}

Elaine S. Tan, An Empty Shell? Rethinking the Usury Laws in Medieval Europe, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 177 {sj}

Susanne Jenks, Bills of Custody in the Reign of Henry VI, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 197 {sj}

Randall Lesaffer, An Early Treatise on Peace Treaties: Petrus Gudelinus between Roman Law and Modern Practice, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 223 {sj}

Nicholas Aroney, 'A Commonwealth of Commonwealths': Late Nineteenth-Century Conceptions of Federalism and Their Impact on Australian Federation 1890-1901, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 253 {sj}

Historical Manuscripts Commission, Major Accessions to Repositories in 2001 Relating to Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 23, 2002, p. 291 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 300 {sj}

   Index to Volume 23, p. 311 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003

Mark Lunney, Six and Out? Bolton v Stone after 50 Years, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 1 {sj}

George R. Bush, Dr. Codex Silenced: Middleton v Crofts Revisited, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 23 {sj}

Sybil Jack; Adrian Jack, Nineteenth-Century Lawyers and Railway Capitalism: Historians and the Use of Legal Cases, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 59 {sj}

Thomas P. Gallanis, Adversarial Culture, Adversarial Doctrine: Cross-Examination and Leading Questions in the State Trials on CD-ROM, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 86 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 97 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 107 {sj}

Norma Dawson, English Trade Mark Law in the Eighteenth Century: Blanchard v Hill – Another 'Case of Monopolies'?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 111 {sj}

G.R. Rubin, New Light on Steane's Case, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 143 {sj}

R.A. Houston, Legal Protection of the Mentally Incapable in Early Modern Scotland, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 165 {sj}

Fiona R. Burns, Lord Cottenham and the Court of Chancery, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 187 {sj}

Sue Sheridan-Walker, 'Litigant Agency' in Dower Pleas in the Royal Common Law Court in Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Century England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 215 {sj}

Michael Stuckley, Property Law and Politics in the Discourses of the Elizabethan Antiquaries, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 237 {sj}

Charlotte Smith, Martin v Mackonochie / Mackonochie v Penzance: A Crisis of Character and Identity in the Court of Arches?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 250 {sj}

Thomas Gergen; Michael Ehm, Report on the 34th Conference of German Legal Historians in Würzburg 2002, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 273 {sj}

   National Archives: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Major Accessions to Repositories in 2002 Relating to Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 284 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 24, 2003, p. 290 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004

Ian Ward, A Love of Justice: The Legal and Political Thought of William Godwin, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 1-30 {sj}

Charlotte Mitchell; Charles Mitchell, Wordsworth and the Old Men, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 31-52 {sj}

Michael Quilter, Daniel Defoe: Bankrupt and Bankruptcy Reformer, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 53-73 {sj}

David J. Seipp, The Law's Many Bodies and the Manuscript Tradition in English Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 74-83 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 84-91 {sj}

David Ibbetson, Wrongs and Responsibility in Pre-Roman Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 99-127 {sj}

Alan Watson, Two Early Codes, the Ten Commandments and the Twelve Tables: Causes and Consequences, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 129-149 {sj}

A.J.B. Sirks, The Prodigal Son, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 151-160 {sj}

Peter Stein, The Ius Commune and its Demise, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 161-167 {sj}

C. Volpilhac-Auger, The Art of the Chapter Heading in Montesquieu or 'De la constitution d'Angleterre', in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 169-179 {sj}

Frederick Rosen, J.S. Mill on Socrates, Pericles and the Fragility of Truth, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 181-194 {sj}

Joshua C. Tate, The Origins of quare impedit, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 203-219 {sj}

James Oldham, Law-making at Nisi Prius in the Early 1800s, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 221-247 {sj}

Phil Handler, Forging the Agenda: The 1819 Select Committee on the Criminal Laws Revisited, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 249-268 {sj}

János Jany, The Idea of a Trust in Zoroastrian Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 269-286 {sj}

Paul du Plessis, The Protection of the contractor in Public Works Contracts in the Roman Republic and Early Empire, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 287-314 {sj}

J.H. Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 315-334 {sj}

   Major Accessions to Repositories in 2003 Relating to Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 335-342 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 25, 2004, p. 343-356 {sj}


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005

Margaret Mcglynn, Idiots, Lunatics and the Royal Prerogative in Early Tudor England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 1-20 {sj}

Cynthia J. Neville, Women, Charters and Land Ownership in Scotland, 1150-1350, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 21-45 {sj}

Warren Swain, The Changing Nature of the Doctrine of Consideration, 1750-1850, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 47-61 {sj}

David Lemmings, Criminal Trial Procedure in Eighteenth-century England: The Impact of Lawyers, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 63-70 {sj}

Allyson May, Advocates and Truth-Seeking in the Old Bailey Courtroom, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 71-77 {sj}

Albert W. Alschuler, Narrative and Normativity: Comments on The Origins of Adversary Criminal Trial, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 79-84 {sj}

John H. Langbein, Response, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 85-89 {sj}

T.P. Gallanis, The Old Bailey Proceedings Online [Review Notice], in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 91-93 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 95-102 {sj}

Joseph Biancalana, The Development of the Penal Bond with Conditional Defeasance, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 103-117

N.M. Dawson, The Death Throes of the Licensing Act and the ‘Funeral Pomp’ of Queen Mary II, 1695, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 119-142

J.A. Dowling, The Landed Estates Court, Ireland, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 143-182

Michael Wasser, Defence Counsel in Early Modern Scotland: A Study Based on the High Court of Justiciary, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 183-201

Sir John Baker, Migration of Manuscripts 2004, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 203-212

Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 213-225

Neil Jones, Editorial, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 227

Nick O’Brian, ’Something older than law itself’: Sir Henry Maine, Niebuhr, and ‘the path not chossen’, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 229-251

Conor Hanly, The Decline of Civil Jury Trial in Nineteenth-Century England, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 253-278

Carol G.S. Tan, ’Hurry no man’s catle’: British Rule and Suicide in China, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 279-304

Emma Laurie, The Origins of Central Control over Local Authority Housing Allocations: Principle or Pragmatism?, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 305-324

Sir John Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts Index 1992-2004, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 325-363

Major Accessions to Repositories in 2004, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 365-373

Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 375-389

Table of Contents to Volume 26, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 26, 2005, p. 391


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006

G. R. Rubin, Debasing the Currency? Defining and Prosecuting Mutiny in the Post-War Era, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 1- 28

Gwen Seabourne, Assize Matters: Regulation of the Price of Bread in Medieval London, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 29-52

Jonathan Rose, Litigation and Political Conflict in Fifteenth-Century East Anglia: Conspiracy and Attaint Actions and Sir John Fastolf, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 53-80

Ronan Deazley, Review Article: Trouble with The Trouble with Ownership, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 81-94

Abstracts of papers given at the 25th Annual Conference of the Scottish Legal History Group, 2005, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 95-99

Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 101-110

Ian Williams, Dr Bonham’s Case and ‘Void’ Statutes, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 111-128

Dennis Dixon, Godden v Hales Revisited – James II and the Dispensing Power, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 129-152

Jens Chr. V. Johansen, Absolutism and the ‘Rule of Law’ in Denmark 1660-c. 1750, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 153-173

George F. Steckley, Freight Law in the Seventeenth-Century Admiralty Court, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 175-197

Sir John Baker, Migration of Manuscripts 2005, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 199-209

Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 211-217

Kaius Tuori, Hadrian’s Perpetual Edict: Ancient Sources and Modern Ideals in the Making of a Historical Tradition, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 219-237

Robert Burrell, Copyright Reform in the Early Twentieth Century: the View from Australia, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 239-265

Kevin Costello, R. (Martin) v Mahony: the History of a Classical Certiorari Authority, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 267-287

Graeme Orr, Suppressing Vote-Buying: the ‘War’ on Electoral Bribery from 1868, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 289-314

W. R. Cornish, Cornish and Clark, Law and Society in England 1750-1950 (Notice), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 315

Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 317-326

Table of Contents to Volume 27, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2006, p. 326-327


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 27, 2007

Andreas Rahmatian, Friedrich Carl von Savigny’s Beruf and Volksgeistlehre, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 1-29

Jeremy Finn, ’Should we not profit from such experiements when we could?: Australasian Legislative Precedents in British Parliamentary Debates, 1858-1940, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 31-56

N. M. Dawson, ’National Antiquities’ and the Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 57-92

Déirdre M. Dwyer, Expert Evidence in the English Civil Courts, 1550-1800, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 93- 118

Scottish Legal History Group Report, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 119-123

Sir John Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts 2006, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 125-143

Major Accessions to Repositories in 2005 Relating to Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 145-156

Book Review, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 157-159

Clive Holmes, Law and Politics in the Reign of Charles I: The Case of John Prigeon, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 161-182

Phil Handler, The Law of Felonious Assault in England, 1803-61, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 183-206

Andrea Loux Jarman, Customary Rights in Scots Law: Test Cases on Access to Land in the Nineteenth Century, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 207-232

Dawn Watkins, The Influence of the Art for Art’s Sake Movement upon English Law, 1780-1959, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 233-256

Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 257-262

J.W.F. Allison, History in the Law of the Constitution, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 263-282

Symposium – The Zong: Legal, Social and Historical Dimensions: Preface, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 283

Jane Webster, The Zong in the Context of the Eighteenth-Century Slave Trade, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 285-298

James Oldham, Insurance Litigation Involving the Zong and other British Slave Ships, 1780-1807, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 299-318

Michael Lobban, Slavery, Insurance and Law, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 319-328

Anita Rupprecht, ’A Very Uncommon Case’: Representations of the Zong and the British Campaign to Abolish Slave Trade, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 329-346

Tim Armstrong, Catastrophe and Trauma: a Response to Anita Rupprecht, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 347-356

Andrew Lewis, Martin Dockray and the Zong: a Tribute in the Form of a Chronology, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 357-370

Book Review, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 371-373

Table of Contents to Volume 28, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2007, p. 375-376


Journal of Legal History (JLH) 28, 2008

Fiona R. Burns, Lord Westbury, Law Reform and Fusion, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 29, 2008, p. 1-37

Nick O’Brien, ’In Vino Veritas’: Truth and Method in Vinogradoff’s Historical Jurisprudence, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 29, 2008, p. 39-61

Rosemary Auchmuty, Early Women Law Students at Cambridge and Oxford, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 29, 2008, p. 63-97

Susanne Jenks, Picking up the Pieces: Cases Presented to the London Sheriffs’ Courts between Michaelmas 1461 and Michaelmas 1462 (Research Note), in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 29, 2008, p. 99-145

Scottish Legal History Group Report 2007, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 29, 2008, p. 147-150

Sir John Baker, Migrations of Manuscripts 2007, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 29, 2008, p. 151-174

Major Accessions to Repositories in 2006 Relating to Legal History, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 29, 2008, p. 175-182

Book Reviews, in: Journal of Legal History (JLH) 29, 2008, p. 183-188

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Datum der Erstanlage: Sonntag, den 24. Juni 2001 — Letzte Änderung: 27. Oktober 2008 von Stuart Jenks (für ein korrekt adressiertes E-Post-Formular meinen Namen mit der Maus anklicken!)