Thirty-seventh annual conference

The 37th Annual Conference and AGM of the Scottish Legal History Group was held in the Reading Room of the Advocates’ Library, Parliament House, Edinburgh, on Saturday 7 October 2017.

10.30 Coffee

11.00 First Session

Dr Iain MacInnes (University of the Highlands and Islands)
'A somewhat too cruel vengeance was taken for the blood of the slain': Royal punishment of rebels, traitors and political enemies in medieval Scotland, c.1100-c.1250

Dr Alice Taylor (King's College London)
The earliest manuscripts of Regiam Majestatem: another reconsideration

12.30 Sherry and Lunch

2.15 Second Session

Annual General Meeting

Dr Julian Goodare (University of Edinburgh)
Charles I’s revocation reassessed

3.30 Third Session

Rebecca Mason (University of Glasgow)Rebecca Mason (University of Glasgow) The law’s formulation of paraphernalia in early-modern Scotland Dr Philip Loft (University of Cambridge) Scottish burghs and litigation in the House of Lords, 1707-1800The law’s formulation of paraphernalia in early-modern Scotland

Dr Philip Loft (University of Cambridge)
Scottish burghs and litigation in the House of Lords, 1707-1800

5.00 Close