Law Conference in honour of Prof Fergus Kelly,
28th June 2014
A one day law conference in honour of Professor Fergus Kelly on the occasion of his retirement will be held on Saturday 28th June 2014, at DIAS, 10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4.
Talks are as follows:
Alice Taylor (King’s College London): ‘Was Leges inter Brettos et Scotos really an eleventh-century law held among the Britons of Strathclyde and the Scots of Alba?’.
Thomas Charles-Edwards (Oxford): ‘Bretha Comaithchesa and Early Irish Farming’.
Fangzhe Qiu (UCC): ‘The traditionalisation of early Irish law’.
Neil McLeod (Murdoch University): ‘Removal on Sick-Maintenance: when did it cease?.
Paul Russell (Cambridge): ‘Welsh and Latin in medieval Welsh law’.
Morfydd Owen: ‘Medieval Welsh cows, calves, bulls and oxen’.
Jaqueline Bemmer (Oxford): ‘Nuances of immunity and permitted violence: interpreting quotations with glosses and commentary from the cairde-text’.
Huw Pryce: ‘Nineteenth-century receptions of medieval Welsh law’.
Liam Breatnach: ‘The law of the church in Bretha Nemed Toísech’.
The event is free to attend, but we ask that you register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further details available online see here.