The principal aim of the Legal Theory and Legal History Research Group is to create a robust and supportive research environment in which legal theorists and legal historians can discuss their work and learn from each other. Further, the Group aims to facilitate and encourage dialogue between the two disciplines by hosting events such as a regular reading group, regular work-in-progress seminars, as well as workshops and conferences. The Group members are staff and research students of the Department of Law, Queen Mary, University of London, who work either in legal theory or legal history, or at the intersection of the two disciplines.
The Legal Theory and Legal History Research Group is convened by Professor Michael Lobban and Dr Maksymilian Del Mar. Please contact email@example.com with any queries about the Group or these web pages.
2013 Essay Competition: Authority in a Transnational Age
Deadline 1 August 2013. All students currently enrolled in their first law degree (LLB/JD/GDL) are invited to submit a 2,000 word essay. Read full details about the 2013 Essay Competition.
Conference 8-9 November 2013: Authority in a Transnational Age
More information and how to book for the Authority in a Transnational Age conference.