Author & Administrator: Ben Darlow LLB LLM LPC FRSA, law graduate and currently practising Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales, with a healthy academic interest in English Legal History.
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Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Guest bloggers to date:
Rachael Griffin – is a PhD candidate at The University of Western Ontario in Canada. Her thesis is entitled: “Detective Policing and the State in Nineteenth-Century England: The Detective Department of the London Metropolitan Police, 1842-1878.”
Riona Doolan – is a PhD candidate in the Department of Early and Medieval Irish, University College Cork, Ireland. Her doctoral thesis entitled, ‘Arson in Medieval Ireland’ is being funded by a Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship from the Irish Research Council.
Rebecca Simon – is a PhD candidate in the Department of History at King’s College London. She is researching the link between pirate executions and British sovereignty in the early modern Atlantic world. Prior to coming to Kings she earned an MA at California State University Northridge where she researched perceptions of piracy through the novel Treasure Island.
Peter Edge – is Professor of Law at Oxford Brookes University. His primary historical interest is the public law of the Isle of Man. His open access ebook Manx Public Law (1997) is available at tinyurl.com/kpz4rzv
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