Legal history

Results
Soviet women workers and protective labour legislation, 1917-41.
Ilic, Melanie J., Ph.D. (1996), Birmingham (Rees, E. Arfon)
Thesis
The nature and function of the manor court, 1350-1700.
Saaler, Mary E., M.Phil. (1994), London (Davies, Wendy)
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Public order and law enforcement in England, 1294-1350: the local administration of criminal justice.
Musson, Anthony J., Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Dobson, R.B.)
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Crime in Wiltshire, 1249-1306.
Williams, Michael A., M.A. (1993), Exeter (Critchley, J.S.)
Thesis
North Riding manorial courts.
Severs, David F., D.Phil. (1994), York (Sharpe, J.A.)
Thesis
A study of P.R.O., Ches. 25/4 (Palatinate of Chester Indictment Roll, 1354-77).
Hill, Phyllis M., M.Phil. (1996), Liverpool (Booth, Paul H.W.; Kermode, Jennifer I.)
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Medieval legal records as sources for modern historians: coroners and their records in Hampshire and Wiltshire, 1327-99.
Smith, Caroline L., Ph.D. (1996), Southampton (Golding, Brian J.)
Thesis
Litigation in the court of exchequer, 1307-50.
Trumpbour, J.F., Ph.D. (1996), Cambridge (Baker, John H.)
Thesis
Work, sexuality and resistance: the convict women of Van Diemen's Land, 1820-39.
Reid, Kirsty, Ph.D. (1995), Edinburgh (Duffield, I.; Nenadic, Stana S.)
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The Queen Margaret Settlement, 1897-1914: Glasgow women pioneers in social work.
Kendall, Catherine M., M.Litt. (1993), Glasgow (McCaffrey, J.F.)
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Women, sex and honour: the London church courts, 1572-1640.
Gowing, Laura B., Ph.D. (1993), London (Roper, Lyndal A.)
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Women and litigation in the Elizabethan court of requests.
Stretton, Timothy, Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Wrightson, K.E.)
Thesis
Readings on wills in the Inns of Court, 1552-1631.
Mirow, Matthew C., Ph.D. (1993), Cambridge (Baker, J.H.)
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Common law reporting, 1550-1650.
Wells, Elizabeth M.P., D.Phil. (1995), Oxford (Ibbetson, D.J.)
Thesis
Trusts: practice and doctrine, 1536-1660.
Jones, Neil G., Ph.D. (1994), Cambridge (Baker, J.H.)
Thesis
Women and violent crime in London, 1800-30.
Morgan, Sharon R., M.Litt. (1993), Cambridge (Pihlips, D.)
Thesis
Muslim women in colonial N. India, c.1920-1947: politics, law and community identity.
Deutsch, Karin A., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (O'Hanlon, Rosalind)
Thesis
The governance of England: law, reform and the common weal, c.1460-c.1560.
Lockwood, Shelley C., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Skinner, Q.R.D.)
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An introduction to and edition of the Hugh Bigod eyre rolls, June 1258-Feb. 1259, P.R.O., JUST 1/1187, JUST 1/873.
Hershey, Andrew H., Ph.D. (1991), London (Carpenter, David A.)
Thesis
The law code of King Alfred the Great.
Dammery, Richard J.E., Ph.D. (1991), Cambridge (Keynes, S.D.)
Thesis
Law, empire and the bodies of women: British notions of 'civilisation' and the retreat from public punishments in England, 1750-1868.
Guthrie, Denise, Ph.D. (2009), Essex (Crawford, Catherine J.)
Thesis
Prostitutes, fallen women and friendless girls: policing female sexual morality in Northern Ireland, 1900-45.
McCormick, Leanne V., Ph.D. (2005), Ulster (Jones, Greta)
Thesis
Ordering disorderly women: female drunkenness in England, c.1870-1920.
Morrison, Bronwyn L., Ph.D. (2005), Keele
Thesis
Reconstructing women's lives and networks: evidence from late medieval wills.
Turner, Colette, M.Phil. (1999), Birmingham
Thesis
Women incarcerated: the Maison de Force of the Salpetrière in Paris.
Moreton, Isabel W., D.Phil. (2003), Oxford (Briggs, Robin)
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The Women's Land Army, 1939-50: a study of policy and practice, with particular reference to Craven.
Bullock, Margaret H., Ph.D. (2003), Leeds (Sharp, Paul R.)
Thesis
Making women magistrates: feminism, citizenship and justice in England and Wales, 1918-50.
Logan, Anne, Ph.D. (2002), Greenwich (John, Angela V.; Ryan, Mick)
Thesis
Victorian feminism and 'fallen' women: the campaign to repeal the Contagious Diseases Acts in Britain, 1869-86.
Lee, Sung-Sook, D.Phil. (2002), Sussex (Oldfield, Anne S.; Lowerson, John R.)
Thesis
What the campaigns to rpeal the Contagious Diseases Acts revealed about men's and women's relationships at the end of the 19th century.
Cencig, D.V., M.Phil. (2002), Cambridge (Hirsch, Pam)
Thesis
Meeting women in court: a study of the gender history of Cajamarca, Peru, 1862-1900.
Christiansen, formerly Salinas, Tanja K.C., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Knight, Alan S.)
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