Project: Second Edition of Trials in the Late Roman Republic, 149 BC to 50 BC (1990). Participants sought.
Iniuria and the Common Law, edited by Eric Descheemaeker and Helen Scott.
Centro di studi e ricerche sui Diritti Antichi [CEDANT]: il XII Collegio di Diritto Romano. 'Diocleziano: La fontiera giuridica dell'impero'. 13-31 i 2014.
Call for Papers: Dritte Zusammenkunft der Internationale Graduiertenschule für Rechtshistorische Forschungen, 10-14 ii 2014, Max-Planck-Institut für europäische Rechtsgeschichte.
Call for Papers for international conference, University of Warsaw, 12-14 vi 2014: 'Fragments, Holes, and Wholes: Reconstructing the Ancient World in Theory and Practice'.
Call for Submissions: Comparative Legal History (CLH), an international and comparative review of law and history.
Der 40. Deutsche Rechtshistorikertag, Universität Tübingen, Sept. 2014.
Call for Submissions: Roman Legal Tradition. The Editor and Board of Roman Legal Tradition welcome submissions for the forthcoming issue. Roman Legal Tradition is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the civilian tradition in ancient, medieval, and modern law. It is published by the Ames Foundation at the Harvard Law School and the University of Glasgow School of Law.
American Society for Legal History. 6-9 xi 2014, Denver, Colorado, USA.
Association of Ancient Historians Annual Meeting. 8-11 v 2014, McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
49th International Congress on Medieval Studies. 8-11 v 2014, Western Michigan University, USA.
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193-305 AD: from the Accession of Pertinax to the Abdication of Diocletian. Prepared to accompany Emperors and Lawyers, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994), by Tony Honoré.
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