Listing by Subject

Abbasids (see also Abu Nuwas, Baghdad, Caliphate, Harun al-Rashid, Islam and Islamic law, Persian Empire and society)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Abortion
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)

Abu Nuwas (see also Abbasids, Baghdad, Caliphate, Harun al-Rashid)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Administrative law
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Africa (see also North Africa)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

African languages
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

African law (see also Indigenous law (Africa))
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Afrikaans and Afrikaners
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Agricultural law (see also Farmer's Law, Farming, medieval)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Alaric (see also Breviary of Alaric, Visigoths)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Alcohol
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

American law and legal history (see United States law and legal history)

American legal education (see United States legal education)

American Society for Legal History
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Ames Prize
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Andalusia
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Anglican Church (see Church of England)

Anglo-American law
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)

Anthropology (see also Sociology)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Anti-Semitism (see also Israel, Jews and Jewish heritage, Judaism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Apartheid (South Africa)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Apartheid (U.S.) (see Jim Crow era)

Arab society (see also Anthropology, Arabic language, Islam and Islamic law)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Arabian Nights (translated by Richard Burton) (see also Burton, Richard, Orientalism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Arabic language (see also Philology)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Archbishop of Canterbury
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Arms (see Dhimmi, Right to bear arms)

Asia (see also South Asia)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Ashkenazi Jews (see also Jews and Jewish heritage)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Attorney General (U.S.) (see United States Attorney General)

Austin, J.L.
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Austin, John
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Aquitaine
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Ayer, Alfred (A.J.)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Baghdad
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Baker, Sir John
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Barristers (see also Inns of Court, Lincoln's Inn)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Bentham, Jeremy
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Berlin (see Germany)

Berliner, Corcoran and Rowe
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Berlin, Isaiah
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Biography
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

James Tait Black Memorial Prize
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Bloomsbury
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Boer Republics
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Boer War
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Boethius
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Bolshevism
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Breviary of Alaric (see also Alaric, Theodosian Code)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Burton, Richard (Explorer) (see also Arabian Nights)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Byzantium
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Caliphate
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Calvinism (see also Christianity, Protestantism, Reformation)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Cambridge University
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Canon law (see also Catholic Church, Roman law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Capital punishment
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Capitalism
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Capitularies
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Carolingian Renaissance (see also Carolingians and Carolingian society, Charlemagne)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Carolingians and Carolingian society (see also Charlemagne)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Carpzovius
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Catholic Church (see also Canon law, Christianity, Orthodox Church, Protestantism, Schism (Eastern and Western Christianity))
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Chancery (England) (see Equity)

Charlemagne (see also Carolingians and Carolingian Society, Francia and the Franks)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Christianity (see also Catholic Church, Othodox Church, Protestantism, Schism (Eastern and Western Christianity))
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Church of England (see also Calvinism, Christianity, Protestantism)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Cicero (see also Philippics)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Civil law
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Civil War (U.S.)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)

Clairin, Georges (see also Islam, Western perceptions of, Orientalism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Clinton, William J.
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Clovis (see also Carolingians and Carolingian society, Francia and the Franks)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Codification
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Coing, Helmut
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Colonial period (South Africa)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Colonial period (U.S.)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Colonialism
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Common law
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Comparative law and legal history
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Concentration camps (see also Fascism)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

The Concept of Law (by H.L.A. Hart)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Congress (U.S.) (see United States Congress)

Congressional records (U.S.) (see also United States Congress)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Conservation and preservation of documents (technical aspects)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Conservatism (Islamic) (see also Islam and Islamic law)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Conservatism (U.S.)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)

Constantinople (see Byzantium)

Constitutional Court (South Africa) (see Constitutional law (South Africa))

Constitutional law (South Africa)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Constitutional law (U.S.) (see also United States Constitution)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Corporations
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Corpus Juris Civilis (see also Justinian, Roman law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Court and other official records (U.S.)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Court records (Islamic)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Courts (Islamic) (see Islam and Islamic law, Qadi)

Crimes against humanity (see also War crimes)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Criminal law (see Penal law)

Cross, Rupert
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Crown (English sovereign) (see English law and legal history)

Crusaders and the Crusades
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Customary law (see also Tribal law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Dachau (see Concentration camps)

Dartmouth College
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

David (King of Israel)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

David Yale Prize
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Davie, James (Jim)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Death sentences (see Capital punishment)

Democratic Party (U.S.)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Denning, Lord
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Dhimmi (Conquered peoples under Islamic law) (see also Abbasids, Islam and Islamic law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Dietrich, Marlene
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Disciplinary rules for lawyers
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

District of Columbia Bar (U.S.)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

District of Columbia Bar Association
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Donne, John
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Drunkenness (see Alcohol, Islam and Islamic law)

Dutch (language)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Duxbury, Neil
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Dworkin, Ronald
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Early modern European and related law and legal history (roughly 1485-1776)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Eastern Europe
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Eastern legal cultures (see also Orientalism, Western perceptions of non-Western law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

eBay (see also Patent models)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Ecloga (by Leo III) (see also Leo III (Byzantine Emperor))
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Educational trusts (Islamic) (see Waqf)

Egypt
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Einsatzgruppen (see Einsatzgruppen Case, Fascism, Holocaust, World War II)

Einsatzgruppen Case (see also Nuremberg Tribunal)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Elizabeth I (see also Female rulers)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Elizabethan England (see also English law and legal history)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

English (language)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

English law and legal history (see also Patent law (English))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

English legal education
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Equity (in English law)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Espionage
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Etymology (see also Arabic language)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

European law and legal history (excluding England)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

European peoples (see also European law and legal history, Northern Europe)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

European Union (see European law and legal history)

Faqih (plural fuqaha) (Islamic legal teacher) (see Islam and Islamic law, Islamic legal education)

Farmer's Law (see also Agricultural law, Byzantium, Roman law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Farming, medieval (see also Agricultural law, Middle Ages and medieval law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Fascism
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Fatwa (authoritative Islamic legal opinion) (see Islam and Islamic law, Qadi)

Female rulers (see also Elizabeth I, Irene, Women (status or activities in legal history))
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Feuds
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Feudalism
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Finnis, John
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Fiqh (Islamic juristic thought) (see Islam and Islamic law, Islamic legal education)

Fire of 1877 (see also Great Fire of 1836, Patent models, Patent law (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Fontenoy, Battle of (841 AD) (see also Carolingians and Carolingian society, Francia and the Franks, Verdun, Treaty of)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Ford, Charlie
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

"Four corners" doctrine (U.S. constitutional law)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)

France (see also French law and legal history)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

France, Southern
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Francia and the Franks (see also Charlemagne)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

"Freedom to contract" jurisprudence (U.S. Supreme Court)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)

French (language) (see also Law French)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

French law and legal history
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

French Revolution
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Friedman, Lawrence M.
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Fuller, Lon
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Fulton, Robert
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Fundamina (Journal of the Southern African Society of Legal Historians)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Funding for legal history work (see Resources required for work in legal history)

Gagnér, Sten
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Garden of Allah (by Maxfield Parrish) (see also Islam, Western perceptions of, Orientalism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Genocide
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

German (language)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

German law and legal history
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

German legal education
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Germany (see also German law and legal history)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Gillman, Howard
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)

Glueck, Sheldon
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Google
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Great Depression
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Great Fire of 1836 (see also Fire of 1877, Patent law (U.S.), X-patents)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Grotius (de Groot), Hugo
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Gypsies
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

H-Law
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)

Hadith (plural ahadith) (Traditions of the Prophet Muhammad) (see Islam and Islamic law)

Hailsham, Lord
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Hall, Kermit
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Hanafi school of Sunni Islamic jurisprudence (see also Islam and Islamic law, Sunni Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Hanbali school of Sunni Islamic jurisprudence (see also Islam and Islamic law, Sunni Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Hart, Jenifer
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Hart, Herbert Lionel Adolphus (H.L.A.)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Harun al-Rashid (see also Abbasids, Baghdad, Caliphate, Islam and Islamic law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Harvard University
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Helms, Jesse
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Henry V (by William Shakespeare) (see also Elizabethan society)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Herzog (by Saul Bellow)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

History of American Law (by Lawrence M. Friedman)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Hiss, Alger
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Hitler, Adolf (see also Fascism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Hollywood (see also Judgment at Nuremberg)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Holmes lecture (Harvard)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Holmes, Oliver Wendell (Jr.) (see also Legal modernism, Realism, Sociological jurisprudence)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Holocaust (see also Anti-Semitism, Einsatzgruppen, Jews and Jewish heritage, Nuremberg Tribunal, World War II)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Homosexuality (see also Sexuality)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Honoré, Tony
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Hopkins, Samuel
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Horlick-Hochwald, Arnost
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

House of Representatives (U.S.) (see United States House of Representatives)

Human rights
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Hurst, Willard
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Ibn Abd-al-Wahhab (see also Islam and Islamic law, Salafism)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Icons (see also Iconoclasm)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Iconoclasm (Destruction of religious images) (see also Icons, Irene, Leo III (Byzantine Emperor))
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Ifta` (Issuing of Islamic fatwas) (see Islam and Islamic law)

'Ijtihad (independent interpretation of the Qur'an and Traditions, a.k.a. ahadith) (see also Islam and Islamic law, Jihad)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Independent counsel era (U.S., 1978-99)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Indigenous law (Africa) (see also Makwanyane case, Ubuntu)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Infallibility (see also Catholic Church, Shi`i Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Inheritance
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Inns of Court (U.K., see also Barristers, Lincoln's Inn)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Inns of Court (U.S.)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Intellectual property (see also Patent law for specific country or system)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Internal combustion engine (see also Morey (Samuel), Patent law (U.S.), Steam engine, Technology (historical))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

International Criminal Court (ICC) (see also International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) (see also International Criminal Court, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) (see also International Criminal Court, International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

International law
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

International Military Commissions (see Nuremberg Tribunal)

Inventions and inventors (of devices, etc.) (see Patent law of specific country or system)

Iran (see also Persian Empire and society)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Irene (see also Female rulers, Iconoclasm, Orthodox Church)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Isaac, Emissary of Charlemagne (see also Jews and Jewish heritage)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Islam, Western perceptions of (see also Orientalism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Islam and Islamic law (shari`a) (see also Harum al-Rashid, Caliphate, Dhimmi, Islamic legal education, Qadi, Ramadan, Shi`i Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence, Sunni Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Islamic legal education (see also Islam and Islamic law)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Israel (see also Anti-Semitism, Jews and Jewish heritage, Judaism)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Italian law and legal history
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Italy, Northern
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Jafari school of Shi'i Islamic jurisprudence (see also Islam and Islamic law, Shi`i Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Jackson, Robert H.
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Jews and Jewish heritage (see also Anti-Semitism, Ashkenazi Jews, Israel, Judaism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Jihad (see also 'Ijtihad, Islam and Islamic law)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Jim Crow era (U.S.)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Journal of Legal History
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Judaism (see also Anti-Semitism, Israel, Jews and Jewish heritage, Talmud)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Judgment at Nuremberg (1961)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Judges (Role of) (see also Qadi)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)

Just war (see also Jihad, War)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Justinian (see also Byzantium, Corpus Juris Civilis, Roman law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Jurisprudence (a.k.a. Legal philosophy)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Kamen, Dean
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Kelsen, Hans
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Kent, James
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Koran (see Qur'an)

Land law (England)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Latin (language)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Law and society
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Law and Society Association
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Law French
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Law of war (see Jihad, Just war, War, War crimes)

Law schools (see Legal education under a specific country or system)

Lawyers Coop
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Legal anthropology (see Anthropology)

Legal education (see Legal education under a specific country or system)

Legal history resource issues (see Resources required for work in legal history)

Legal modernism (see also Realism, Sociological jurisprudence)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Legal philology (see Philology)

Legal practice (U.K.)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Legal practice (Washington, D.C.)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Legal reform (philosophical methods and approaches)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)

Legal Spectator (column by Jacob A. Stein)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Legal theory (see Jurisprudence)

Leno, Jay
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Leo III (Byzantine Emperor) (see also Byzantium, Ecloga)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Leo III (Pope)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Letters patent (see also Patent law (English), Patent law (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Lewinsky scandal
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Libby, I. Lewis ("Scooter") Jr.
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Liberalism
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)

A Life of H.L.A. Hart: The Nightmare and the Noble Dream (by Nicola Lacey)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Lincoln's Inn (see also Barristers, Inns of Court (U.K.))
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)

Linguistic philosophy (see Philosophy; see also Philology)

Lochner v. New York (U.S. Supreme Court, 1905) (see "Freedom to contract" jurisprudence)

Lombards and Lombardy
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Louis XI
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Low Countries
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Lynching
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)

Maine & Asmus
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Maitland, Frederic W.
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Makwanyane case (see also Indigenous law (Africa), Ubuntu)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Maliki school of Sunni Islamic jurisprudence (see also Islam and Islamic law, Sunni Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Manuscripts
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Mao, Ze Dong (Tse Tung)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Marbury v. Madison (U.S. Supreme Court, 1803)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)

Maritime law (see also Rhodian laws)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Marriage (see also Temporary marriage)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Max Planck Institute (including its Institute for Legal History)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

McLemore Prize (Mississippi Historical Society)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)

Media (see also Press)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Meese, Edwin III
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Mens rea (see Penal law)

Middle Ages and medieval European law (roughly 476-1485)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Missionaries
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Modernism and modernity (as concepts) (see also Legal modernism)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Monk, Ray
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Morality (see also Jurisprudence)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Morey, Samuel
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Muhammad (see Islam and Islamic law)

Muslims (see Islam and Islamic law)

Mut`ah (Shi`i Islamic temporary marriage doctrine) (see Temporary marriage)

"Name and Date" patents (see X-patents)

Napoleon
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

National Party (South Africa)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Nationalism
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Nation-state
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Natural law (see also Jurisprudence)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Nazi era (see Fascism, Nuremberg Tribunal)

New Hampshire Historical Society (see also Orford Historical Society)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

New York City
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Nixon, Richard
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Non-Agression Pact (Nazi Germany-Soviet Union) (see also Fascism, Soviet Union, World War II)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Non-lawyers doing legal history
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

North Africa (see also Africa)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Northern Europe (see also European law and legal history, European peoples)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Novelty standard (in U.S. patent law) (see also Patent law (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Nuremberg Tribunal (see also Einsatzgruppen Case)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Offutt, Dorsey
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Ohlendorf, Otto
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Orford Historical Society (see also New Hampshire Historical Society)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Orientalism (see also Eastern legal cultures, Islam, Western perceptions of, Postmodernism, Western perceptions of non-Western law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Original intent (a.k.a. Originalism, Original understanding)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Orthodox Church (see also Catholic Church, Christianity, Protestantism, Schism (Eastern and Western Christianity))
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Ottoman Empire
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Oxford and Cambridge Club
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Oxford University
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Papacy (see Catholic Church)

Parrish, Maxfield (see also Islam, Western perceptions of, Garden of Allah, Orientalism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Partnership in law firms
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Patent Act of 1790 (U.S.) (see also Patent law (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Patent Act of 1836 (U.S.) (see also Patent law (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Patent law (English)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Patent law (U.S.) (see also Novelty standard, Patent Act of 1790, Patent Act of 1836, United States Patent Office, Prior art doctrine, X-patents)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Patent models (see also eBay, Fire of 1877, Patent law (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Patent Office (U.S.) (see United States Patent Office)

The Patent Office Pony, A History of the Early Patent Offices (by Kenneth W. Dobyns)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Patton Boggs
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Patton, George S. (see also United States army, World War II)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Peck, Gregory
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Penal law
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Periodization of legal history
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Persian Empire and society (see also Abbasids, Iran)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Philip V
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Philippics (by Cicero) (see also Cicero)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Philology
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Philosophy (as an academic discipline) (see also Jurisprudence)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Political correctness
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Political motives on the part of legal historians
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Pollock, Frederick
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Popular Mechanics (magazine) (see also Technology (historical))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Positivism (see also Jurisprudence)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Postmodernism (see also Orientalism, Western perceptions of non-Western law)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Pound, Roscoe (see also Legal modernism, Realism, Sociological jurisprudence)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Presentism (Misinterpretation of the past using present law as lens)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Preservation of documents (see Conservation and preservation of documents (techniques), Court records for specific country or system)

Presidents (U.S.) (see United States Presidency and presidents)

Press (U.S.) (see also Media)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Prior art doctrine (see also Patent law (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Progressivism
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Property law (see Intellectual property, Land law for specific country or system)

Protestantism (see also Calvinism, Catholic Church, Christianity, Church of England, Orthodox Church, Reformation)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Public law
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Qadi (plural qudah) (Islamic judge) (see also Islam and Islamic law, Judges (role of))
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Quine, Willard
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Qur'an (see also Islam and Islamic law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Race and race relations
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Ramadan (see also Islam and Islamic law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Raz, Joseph
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Reagan administration
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Realism (see also Jurisprudence, Legal modernism, Sociological jurisprudence)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Reception (of European law in South Africa)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Reception (of Roman law in Europe)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Reconstruction era (U.S.)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)

Reform (see Legal reform)

Reformation (Protestant) (see also Calvinism, Catholic Church, Christianity, Church of England, Protestantism)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Religion and religious law (see, e.g., Christianity, Islam and Islamic law, Judaism)

Religious law in society
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
William B. Norman, Lincoln's Inn Chapel (March 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Research of legal history (see Resources required for work in legal history)

Resources required for work in legal history
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Rhine
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Rhodian laws (see also Maritime law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Rice, Condoleezza
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Riché, Pierre
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Right to bear arms (see also Dhimmi)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Roe v. Wade (U.S. Supreme Court, 1973) (see Abortion)

Roman Empire, Eastern (see Byzantium)

Roman Empire, Western
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Roman law
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Roman society
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Roman-Dutch law
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Rome, City of
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Rroma (see Gypsies)

Ruggles, Senator John (U.S.)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Rule against perpetuities (see Land law (English))
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Ryan, Joanna
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Ryle, Gilbert
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Salaf (the exemplary early founders of Islam) (see Islam and Islamic law, Salafism)

Salafism (see also Islam and Islamic law)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Salic Law (see also Francia and the Franks)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

San Diego Historical Society
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Sartre, Jean-Paul
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Schism (Eastern and Western Christianity) (see also Catholic Church, Christianity, Orthodox Church)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Schools of Islamic law (see Islam and Islamic law, Shi`i Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence, Sunni Islam and schools of Islamic jursprudence)

Secretary of State (U.S.) (see United States State Department)

Secretary of War (U.S.) (see United States War Department)

Segregation (U.S.) (see Jim Crow era)

Selden Society
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Senate (U.S.) (see United States Senate)

Sexuality (see also Homosexuality)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Shafi`i school of Sunni Islamic jurisprudence (see also Islam and Islamic law, Sunni Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Shakespeare, William
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Shari`a (see Islam and Islamic law)

Shi`i Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence (see also Islam and Islamic law, Jafari, Sunni Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence, Zaydi)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Slavery (Intra-European)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Slavery (South Africa)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Sociological jurisprudence (see also Legal modernism, Realism)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Sociology (see also Anthropology)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

The South (see Southern United States)

South African law and legal history
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

South Asia (see also Asia)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Southern African Law Teachers Association
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Southern African Society of Legal Historians
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Southern United States (a.k.a. the South)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)

Soviet Union
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

St. Peter's Basilica (see also Catholic Church, Rome, City of)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Stanford Law School
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

State religion (see also Religious law in society)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

State Department (U.S.) (see United States State Department)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

State governments (U.S.) (see also United States Constitution)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Statute of Uses (see also Land law (English))
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Steam engine (see also Internal combustion engine, Fulton (Robert), Morey (Samuel), Patent law (U.S.), Technology (historical))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Story, Joseph (Justice)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Sunan (pre-Islamic Arabian and Near Eastern exemplary customs) (see Islam and Islamic law)

Sunna (Islamic customary practices and traditions) (see Islam and Islamic law)

Sunni Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence (see also Islam and Islamic law, Hanafi, Hanbali, Maliki, Shafi`i, Shi`i Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Supreme Court (U.S.) (see Constitutional law (U.S.))

Swiney Prize
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Syria
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Talmud (see also Judaism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Taylor, Telford
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Technology (current uses in legal history work)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

Technology (historical) (see also Internal combusion engine, Steam engine)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Temporary marriage (mut`ah) (Shi`i doctrine) (see also Marriage)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Theodosian Code (see also Breviary of Alaric)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Theology and law (see Christianity, Islam and Islamic law, Judaism)

Third Reich (see Fascism)

Tracy, Spencer
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Traditions of the Prophet Muhammad (ahadith, singular hadith) (see Islam and Islamic law)

Tribal law (see also Customary law)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Trusts, common law (see also Waqf)
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Ubuntu (indigenous southern African legal concept) (see also African law, Indigenous law (Africa), Makwanyane case)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

United States army (see also Patton (George S.), United States War Department)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

United States Attorney General
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

United States Congress (see also Congressional records (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

United States Constitution (see also State governments (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

United States House of Representatives (see also United States Senate)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

United States law and legal history
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Christopher Waldrep, American Society for Legal History (February 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

United States legal education
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)
Robert H. Bork, Hudson Institute (March 2005)
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

United States Military Commissions (see Nuremberg Tribunal)

United States Patent Office (see also Patent law (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

United States Presidency and presidents (see also Washington (George))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

United States Senate
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

United States State Department
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

United States War Department (see also Patton (George S.), United States army)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

University of Wisconsin Law School
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

`Urf (local custom in Islamic law) (see Islam and Islamic law)

Uses (see Land law (England))

Utilitarianism (see also Jurisprudence)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Verdun, Treaty of (843 AD) (see also Carolingians and Carolingian Society, Fontenoy, Battle of, Francia and the Franks)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Vietnam War
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

Vigilantism (see Lynching)

Visigoths (see also Alaric)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

von Savigny, Friedrich Karl
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Wahhabism (see Salafism)

Waqf (Islamic charitable trust) (see also Trusts, common law)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

War (see also Jihad, Just war, United States War Department, War of 1812, World War II)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

War crimes (see also Crimes against humanity)
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

War of 1812 (U.K.-U.S.)
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

War Department (U.S.) (see United States War Department)

Washington, D.C. (see Legal practice)

Washington, George
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Washington Lawyer (magazine)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Wassenaar
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Watergate scandal
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Weeks, Edwin Lord (see also Islam, Western perceptions of, Orientalism)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Western Europe
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)

Western legal cultures
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Western perceptions of non-Western law (see also Eastern legal cultures, Islam, Western perceptions of, Orientalism)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)
Irma J. Kroeze, University of South Africa (January 2005)

Whitman, James
Lawrence M. Friedman, Stanford University (December 2004)

The Winslow Boy (1999)
Jacob A. Stein, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines, LLP (September 2006)

Wittgenstein, Ludwig
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

Women (status or activities in legal history) (see also Female rulers)
Jeff Sypeck, Author of Becoming Charlemagne (November 2006)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

World peace
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)

World War II
Benjamin B. Ferencz, benferencz.org (May 2006)
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics (April 2005)

X-patents (see also Patent law (U.S.))
Scott J. Asmus and Andrew P. Cernota, Maine and Asmus (November 2005)

Yemen
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)

Yorke Prize
Neil Jones, Cambridge University (January 2005)

Zacher, Hans F.
Michael Stolleis, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (December 2004) (English / German)

Zaydi school of Shi`i Islamic jurisprudence (see also Islam and Islamic law, Shi`i Islam and schools of Islamic jurisprudence)
Wael B. Hallaq, McGill University (November 2005)