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Notes on Institute for Constitutional History Seminar, “How Slavery Killed the Constitution of 1787” Week II

State Sovereignty, Slavery, and Constitutional Nationalism in the 1790s

I’m currently taking a seminar at the New York Historical Society through the Institute for Constitutional History called, “How Slavery Killed the Constitution of 1787″ taught by R. 305 more words

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Legal Theory 1: The 12 Tables


This is a short post focusing on the sections that we were told to focus on for our test by our lecturer. The 12 tables includes a large amount of really interesting and entertaining laws but for now I will just be focusing on the “important” stuff. 318 more words


Legal Theory 1: The Importance of Legal History


This is my first post up on this new blog (so exciting!). I will be going over why we need to study legal history in order to participate effectively in current legal studies. 475 more words


Complete Indian Legal History from year 1600 to 1935

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The Indian Legal history period is between 1600 to 1935.
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Creating convincing arguments in court

Lately I was gently pressed to add a particular blog to my blogroll. I argued that it does not deal primarily with legal history, although it is in many respects a most valuable blog. 1,803 more words

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action: maura healey wants your same-sex marriage story [#ma4equality]

via The Rainbow Times:

What you can do to help

Some questions that could assist people willing to submit their story are:

  • How has marriage equality changed your life?
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