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Univ. Glasgow, British Legal History Conference 2013: "Law and Authority", Glasgow, 10-13 July 2013

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University of Glasgow

Law and Authority

Wednesday 10 July 2013 to Saturday 13 July 2013

The Twenty-First British Legal History Conference will be held at the University of Glasgow from Wednesday 10 July 2013 to Saturday 13 July 2013, coinciding with the tercentenary of the foundation in 1713 of the Regius Chair of Law at Glasgow. The conference theme will be Law and Authority.

The conference addresses the ways law has been shaped historically by different forms and ideas of authority, and how sources of law and frameworks for their application have developed over time in relation to concepts of authority, or to the authority of other institutions, processes or actors within the legal order.
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The basic registration fee is £105. This includes all drinks receptions, dinner on the opening night, lunches, and tea and coffee breaks for the whole conference, all as detailed in the programme.
The conference dinner is not included in the basic registration fee but can be booked for an additional £45.

Delegates are responsible for booking their own accommodation separately from registering for the conference, but can do so free of charge through the Hotel Booking Service of the Glasgow University Conference and Visitor Services Office.
  • Enquiries

All enquiries should be addressed to the conference organiser, Prof Mark Godfrey, using the conference email address:

Acknowledgement is gratefully made of the generous support of the following sponsors:
Glasgow University School of LawThe Irish Legal History Society
The Welsh Legal History SocietyThe Selden Society
The Stair SocietyThe Journal of Legal History
Duncker und Humblot PublishersEdinburgh University Press
Hart PublishingBrill and Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Oxford University PressCambridge University Press
University of Wales PressThe Faculty of Advocates
The Law Society of Scotland