Harmony and Quiet in the Parish: Legal Pluralism and Early Modern England

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Suggested preparatory reading:

Margo Todd, ‘For Eschewing of Trouble and Exorbitant Expense: Arbitration in the Early Modern British Isles Symposium’, Journal of Dispute Resolution (2016)

Keith Wrightson, ‘The ‘Decline of Neighbourliness’ Revisited’, in Local Identities in Late Medieval and Early Modern England, ed. N.L Jones, D. Woolf (2007)

Brian Tamanaha, ‘Understanding Legal Pluralism: Past to Present, Local to Global’, Sydney Law Review 30 (2008)