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The Journal of Legal History (Taylor&Francis) published its latest issue:
- Paul Brand, "Judges and Juries in Civil Litigation in Later Medieval England: The Millon Thesis Reconsidered" (1-40)
- Thomas J. McSweeney, "Creating a Literature for the King's Courts in the Later Thirteenth Century: Hengham Magna, Fet Asaver, and Bracton"
- "Scottish Legal History Group Report 2015" (72-74)
- John Baker, "Migrations of Manuscripts 2015" (75-102)
- Book Reviews
- An Independent Colonial Judiciary: A History of the Bombay High Court during the British Raj, 1862–1947 (Ray Cocks) (103-105)
- A Bibliographical Catalog of William Blackstone (Wilfrid Prest) (106-109)
- The Glorious Revolution and the Continuity of Law (Sally Jane Gold) (109-111)
- Capital and Corporal Punishment in Anglo-Saxon England (Gwen Seaborne) (112-114)
- Crime, Courtrooms and the Public Sphere in Britain, 1700–1850 (Cerian Charlotte Griffits) (114-117)
More information at Taylor & Francis Journals.