Tools of the Trade

Here, we get a behind-the-scenes look into some of the very practical ways of doing legal historical research in today’s world – along with the difficulties that can arise. The digital translation of old books, which often means many many hours scrutinising minute details on a screen, collaborating with people outside of our small discipline and the learning curves needed to use new tools and working methods, to name a few examples, have led to interesting insights – and some tips – on how to do legal history.

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