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FORTHCOMING AND WORKS IN PROGRESS
  • The Ethos of the Legal Profession: Honor and Loyalty (work in progress).


BOOKS
  • Maintenance in Medieval England (Cambridge University Press (2017)).
  • Laws, Lawyers, and Texts: Studies in Medieval Legal History in Honour of Paul Brand (Susanne Jenks, Jonathan Rose, Christopher Whittick eds., Brill, 2012).
    KD606 .L39 2012


BOOK CHAPTERS


ARTICLES


PRESENTATIONS
  • Maintenance and Medieval Literature, Chaucer and the Law, Biennial London Chaucer Conference, London, UK, June 2017.
  • Maintenance and Medieval Literature, Networks and Connections, British Legal History Conference, London, UK, July 2017.
  • The Origins of the Jury, History and Significance of Magna Carta, Arizona State Bar Convention, Tucson, AZ, June 2017.
  • Moderator, Frontiers of Knowledge in Medieval and Early Modern Law Panel, 2016 Conference European Society of Comparative Legal History, Culture, Identity and Legal Instrumentalism Gdañsk, Poland, July 2016.
  • Maintenance and Medieval Literature, Medieval Literature and the Law Panel, 2016 Medieval Academy of America, Boston, MA, February 2016 .
  • Judicial Development of Law of Maintenance, 1377-1485, Law as Culture: Statutes and Courts, Medieval England Panel, 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2015 .
  • Understanding the Law of Maintenance, University of San Diego Law School Faculty Colloquium, San Diego, CA, September 2014.
  • The Law of Maintenance and the Obligations of Lordship: A Case Study, Panel on Lordship, Power, and Authority, Second Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, St. Louis University Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, St. Louis, MO, June 2014.
  • Understanding the Law of Maintenance, British Legal History Conference, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK., July 2013.
  • The Nature of Legal History as an Academic Discipline,, 2013 UK IVR Annual Conference, Legal Theory and Legal History: A Neglected Dialogue, School of Law, Queen Mary, University of London, London, England, April 2013.
  • Medieval Estate Planning: The Wills and Testamentary Trials of Sir John Fastolf , Preparing for Death in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland, March 2013.
  • Understanding the Law of Maintenance, 2012 15th Century Conference, University of Winchester, England., September 2012.
  • Keynote Address Challenges of Comparative Legal History, Commentator, Second Biennial Conference, European Society for Comparative Legal History, Comparative Legal History: Definitions and Challenges, Vu University Amerstam, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 2012.
  • Maintenance in Medieval England, Second Biennial Conference, European Society for Comparative Legal History, Comparative Legal History: Definitions and Challenges, Vu University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 2012.
  • Maintenance in Medieval England, Law and Disputing in the Middle Ages, Proceedings of the Ninth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 2012.
  • Advocatorum Militia: The Chivalric Ethos of the Legal Profession--Loyalty and Honor, British Legal History Conference, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, Eng., July 2011 .
  • Lordship, Loyalty & Maintenance, 1300-1500, Law as Culture: Lords, Land and Property Panel 46th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 2011.
  • Maintenance in Later Medieval England: Public Complaint, Social Practice, and Judicial Development of the Law, 2010 15th Century Conference, University of Southampton, Eng., Sept. 2010.
  • Advocatorum Militia: The Chivalric Ethos of the Legal Profession--Loyalty and Honor, European Society for Comparative Legal History Conference, Valencia, Spain, July 2010 .
  • Maintenance in Later Medieval England: Public Complaint, Social Practice, and Judicial Development of the Law, 2010 Medieval Academic of America Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, April 2010 .
  • Maintenance in Later Medieval England: Public Complaint, Social Practice, and Judicial Development of the Law, Cornell University Medieval Studies Program, Ithaca, NY, March 2010.
  • Musing on Clio: Why Study the Past, History, and Legal History, Cornell University Law School, Ithaca NY, March 2010.
  • Maintenance in Later Medieval England: Public Complaint, Social Practice, and Judicial Development of the Law, British Legal History Conference, Exeter, England, July 2009.
  • Musing on Clio: Why Study the Past, History, and Legal History, Fifth Annual Rare Book Lecture, Tarlton Library, Univ. of Texas School of Law, Feb. 12, 2009, Austin, TX.
  • Musing on Clio: Why Study the Past, History, and Legal History, ASU College of Law Faculty Seminar, Tempe, AZ, Feb. 2, 2009.
  • Moderator, Discretion, Donation, and Grace: Royal Power and Lawyer Beneficence in Medieval England, Annual Am. Soc. Leg. Hist. Conference, Ottawa, CAN., Nov. 15, 2009 .
  • History of the Jury and Trial by Jury, Az. Supreme Court Justice and Court of Appeals Judges, February 20, 2007, Phoenix, AZ.
  • The Law of Maintenance: The Judicial Development of the Law, ‘Judges and Judging, ’Eighteenth British Legal History Conference 2007, University of Oxford, July 2-5, 2007, Oxford England .
  • The Law of Maintenance: The Judicial Development of the Law, ‘Judges and Judging, ’Eighteenth British Legal History Conference 2007, University of Oxford, July 2-5, 2007, Oxford England .
  • The Operation of the Justice System in 15th Century England: The Law of Maintenance and the Obligations of Lordship, ‘War, State and Society in Later Medieval Britain, The 2006 Fifteenth-Century Conference, Merton College, University of Oxford, September 7, 2006, Oxford, England.
  • Feodo De Compedibus Vocato Le Sewet: The 15th Century Prison"oeconomy", British Legal History Conference, July 4-7 2006, London .
  • Litigation and Political Conflict in Fifteenth-century East Anglia: Conspiracy and Attaint Actions and Sir John Fastolf, 2006 Am. Soc. Leg. Hist. Conf., November 18, 2006, Baltimore, Md. .
  • The Medieval Law of Rape, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Faculty Seminar, Tempe, Az., April 19, 2006. .
  • The Operation of the Justice System in 15th Century England: The Law of Maintenance and the Obligations of Lordship, Sandra Day O’connor College of Law, Faculty Colloquium, Tempe, Az., December 6, 2006. .
  • The Operation of the Justice System in 15th Century England: The Law of Maintenance and the Obligations of Lordship, ‘War, State and Society in Later Medieval Britain: The 2006 Fifteenth-century Conference, Merton College, University of Oxford, September 7, 2006, Oxford, England .
  • Greasing Justice in Fifteenth Century England: Sir John Fastolf’s Litigation, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law Legal History Seminar, Cambridge, June 22, 2005 .
  • Greasing Justice in Fifteenth Century England: Sir John Fastolf’s Litigation, University of London, Legal History Seminar, London, May 11, 2005 .
  • Greasing Justice in Fifteenth Century England: Sir John Fastolf’s Litigation, University of Durham, England, Faculty of History Seminar, May 4, 2005 .
  • Greasing Justice in Fifteenth Century England: Sir John Fastolf’s Litigation, University of St. Andrews, Faculty of Medieval History Seminar, March 21, 2005.
  • Greasing Justice in Fifteenth Century England: Sir John Fastolf’s Litigation and Will Contest, 2004 Annual Conference, Am. Soc. Leg. Hist., Austin, Tex., Oct. 30, 2004. .
  • Greasing Justice in Fifteenth Century England: Sir John Fastolf’s Litigation and Will Contest, 2004 Annual 15th Century History Conference, Royal Holloway College, University of London, Egham, England, Sept. 4, 2004. .
  • ‘Feodo De Compedibus Vocato Le Sewet’: Greasing Justice in Fifteenth Century England, Center for the Study of Law and Society, University of California, Berkeley, March 17, 2003 .
  • Of Ambidexters and Daffidowndillies: Defamation of Lawyers, Legal Ethics and Professional Reputation, 2001 British Legal History Conference, Aberystwyth, Wales, Uk, July 5, 2001 .
  • Of Ambidexters and Daffidowndillies: Defamation of Lawyers, Legal Ethics and Professional Reputation in Early Modern England, 2001 Annual Conference, Am. Soc. Leg. Hist., Chicago, Ill., Nov. 9, 2001.
  • Common Law: The Emergence of the Legal Profession, A Historical Perspective on the Law at the Millennium, Federal Bar Council Winter Bench & Bar Conference, Scottsdale, Az, March 3, 2000. .
  • The Ambidextrous Lawyer: Conflict of Interest and the Medieval Legal Profession, University of Minnesota Law School Faculty Seminar, Mpls., Minn, Nov. 9, 2000.
  • Medieval Attitudes Toward the Legal Profession : The Past as Prologue, Rocky Mt. Medieval Conference Tempe, Az May 20-23, 1999 .
  • Medieval Attitudes Toward the Legal Profession : The Past as Prologue, Conference: Intersections: Medieval & Postmodern Forms, Theory, & Semiotics McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario, May 27-30, 1999.
  • The Ambidextrous Lawyer: Conflict of Interest and the Medieval Legal Profession, Judges & Lawyers in Late Medieval England, Annual Meeting, Am. Soc. Legal Hist., Toronto, Ontario, Oct. 23, 1999.
  • Antitrust and Joint Ventures: The Developing Law, Conference Proceedings, Third Annual Advanced Computer Law Invitational, (Arizona Law & Technology Institute).