Call for Papers
Following on from the Law and Language Colloquium in 2015 and the Law and Ritual Colloquium in 2016, the final Colloquium in the Voices of Law series, funded by The Leverhulme Trust, will be Law and Legal Agreements 600-1250. This conference aims to draw together scholars working on various geographical areas to identify points of similarity and contrast in language, text and legal practice.
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Robin Chapman Stacey
Law and Legal Agreements 600-1250
The making of legal agreements opens a window onto various aspects of the medieval world, from trade to marriage to the treatment of ‘outsiders’, and this conference aims to chart the development of these agreements from the period (c.600) to c.1250.
Email abstracts of no more than 300 words to email@example.com by no later than 17:00 Wednesday 15 February 2017. Abstracts and papers must be in English. Registration and bursary application forms will be available to download from the Events page of the Voices of Law website, and are also available on request – just email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a form, and find out more.
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