Members of the ILHS may be interested to join the Welsh Legal History Society. The society was founded in 1999, and exists to spread knowledge of, and promote research into, the rich history of law in Wales. That history extends from a fascinating medieval indigenous legal system to the specific (sometimes surprising) application of law within Wales in more modern times.
The work of lawyers and commentators with Welsh connections is also addressed by the Society. Its historical interests cover both the doctrinal history of the law and the contextual study of the law in the society in which it operates.
The Society holds lectures and conferences, and publishes annual volumes which are included in the subscription rate of £20 for individuals within Europe, or £30 for individuals further overseas.
For more details about the society, or to join, please see the website www.welshlegalhistory.org or contact:
Professor T.G. Watkin
School of Law
Click HERE for membership form.