25 June 2018

JOURNAL: The Journal of Legal History XXXIX (2018), No. 2

(image source: Uni Glasgow)

‘The Right to Shoot Himself’: Secession in the British Commonwealth of Nations (Donnal K. Coffey)
Judging a Judge: A Reappraisal of Lord Mansfield and Somerset’s Case (Alexander Jackman)
The Failure of the First Income Tax: A Tale of Commercial Tax Evaders? (Katherine Cousins)
Constitutional Rights in the Irish Home Rule Bill of 1893 (Tom Allen)

Book reviews:
Lawyers' Empire, Legal Professions and Cultural Authority, 1780-1950 (Catharine MacMillan)
Law in Theory and History: New Essays on a Neglected Dialogue (Cerian Charlotte Griffiths)
Constitution-making in Asia: Decolonisation and State-building in the Aftermath of the British Empire (Donnal Coffey)
(source: Routledge)

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