Researching Law, Vol. 19, No. 3
Almost ten years in the making, The Cambridge History of Law in America is the first comprehensive history of American law in a generation. Meant to address the history of law in the broadest terms, it locates legal history in the contours of American history at large, and, in doing so, reveals new insights into familiar historical events. This edition of Researching Law outlines this recent edition of The Cambridge History of Law in America, edited by ABF’s Christopher L. Tomlins.