The 22nd annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Law and History conference will be held in Brisbane, Australia, 10-11 July 2003.
The title of this year's conference is: Defining Jurisdictions and Boundaries. Historically the law's boundaries have been contentious and exploring its limits tests the reach of social and political power, personally, geographically and culturally. It is a topic which we hope will be attractive to legal practitioners as well as historians and will attract scholars using new disciplinary approaches.
Proposals for papers which examine this issue historically are particularly welcome. The conference will not be restricted to this theme, however, and proposals are welcome on any topic in legal history. Proposals with a 200 word abstract and a return email address should be sent by post or email by 10 January 2003.
Dr Libby Connors
University of Southern Queensland
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