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Allison Orr Larsen’s article in @politico on SCOTUS and the uses and misuses of history links to the recent Docket piece by medievalists @SaraMcDougall2 @pardon_mi @KarlShoemaker4 about what the Dobbs majority got wrong https://lawandhistoryreview.org/article/abortion-was-a-crime-three-medievalists-respond-to-english-cases-dating-all-the-way-back-to-the-13th-century-corroborate-the-treatises-statements-that-abortio/

Wanted to highlight this fantastic piece that I accidentally left off the thread the first time around. Dinner's article is superb (and she has a forthcoming book that will be of interest to #legalhistorians) https://twitter.com/TheDocketLHR/status/1536773548991254529

One final article for the special issue is Dr. Deborah Dinner's powerful reflections on the problem of originalist history in Dobbs.

Special issue which includes Mireille J. Pardon,
@SaraMcDougall2 & Karl Shoemaker, “Abortion Was a Crime”? Three Medievalists respond to “English cases dating all the way back to the 13th century corroborate the treatises’ statements that abortion was a crime". #MedievalTwitter https://twitter.com/TheDocketLHR/status/1536756743350411265

The Docket is pleased to announce publication of a special issue in which legal historians have responded to the leaked draft of the U.S. Supreme Court's opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health. Here is our table of contents:

https://lawandhistoryreview.org/issue/june-2022/

🚨Readers of our previous issue will be interested to know that @SUNYPress has now published Bruce Dearstyne's new book, "The Crucible of Public Policy: New York Courts in the Progressive Era," https://sunypress.edu/Books/T/The-Crucible-of-Public-Policy

A new issue of @TheDocketLHR is out! It features a forum inspired by Dirk Hartog's reflections on legal history writing, as well as essays about Progressive Era courts, "redlining" as more than a policy, and race, antisemitism, and 19th-C. criminal law. https://lawandhistoryreview.org/issue/april-2022/

Our latest issue is out, featuring a forum on Hendrik Hartog's recent article in @history_law as well as original research articles and more! Posts by Mark Tushnet, @RisaGoluboff, @QueenMab87, @AnthonyWOrlando, Bruce Dearstyne

The Docket (@TheDocketLHR), a publication of Law and History Review (@history_law) is pleased to announce the publication of our latest issue, vol. 5, no. 1 (2022). Here is our twitter-friendly table of contents. https://lawandhistoryreview.org/issue/april-2022/

We are pleased to announce publication of our final 2021 issue of The Docket! Here is your twitter-friendly table of contents. @ASLHtweets @legalhistory @gauthamrao

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