Monday, April 25, 2011

The April 2011 issue of the American Journal of Legal History is out

Here's what can be found in the new issue of the American Journal of Legal History:
Equal or Effective Representation: Redistricting Jurisprudence in Canada and the United States, by Robert W. Behrman

History’s Orphan: Arthur MacLean and the Legal Education of Women, by Ronald Chester

Writing the Discursive Proto-Culture of Modern Anglo-American Trial Advocacy: Edward William Cox’s The Advocate, by Philip Gaines

Bringing Ideas Back In—A Brief Historiography of American Colonial Law, by Scott D. Gerber
And book reviews of:
Michael Les Benedict, Preserving the Constitution: Essays on Politics and the Constitution in the Reconstruction Era
George Alan Billias, American Constitutionalism Heard Round the World, 1776-1989: A Global Perspective
Thomas H. Cox, Gibbons v. Ogden, Law, and Society in the Early Republic
Frank Dobbin, Inventing Equal Opportunity
Dennis J. Hutchinson and David J. Garrow (eds.), The Forgotten Memoir of Joh Knox: A Year in the Life of a Supreme Court Clerk in FDR’s Washington
Randall Lesaffer, European Legal History: A Cultural and Political Perspective.

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