Call for Papers: Digital Law and History

What role do digital tools play in your study of law and history? How do they help you explore your sources or present your research?

Law and History Review (LHR) seeks articles on digital history and law for publication in a forthcoming symposium on the topic.

Articles may either be short (5000-7500 words) descriptions of websites or digital tools, or longer (10,000-12,000 word) studies that used digital tools, or are based on digital investigations or material from digital archives.


To be considered for the symposium, articles must be submitted no later than February 1st, 2016.


If you have any questions, please direct them to the LHR editor, Elizabeth Dale, at

Learn more on how to submit your article HERE.
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