Professor M.C. Mirow has published a chapter entitled, “Teaching Latin American Legal History” in the book Teaching Legal History: Comparative Perspectives (London: Wildy, Simmonds & Hill, 2014) edited by Robert M. Jarvis. The book contains more than 60 essays by professors of legal history in the United States who were asked to describe methods and sources for teaching their sub-disciplines of legal history.
“I was honored to be asked to contribute to this important volume for legal historians. By talking about what we do in the classroom as legal historians, we are able to engage the community of teachers and scholars. I am certain this book will be a starting point for generations of new legal historians in the future,” Mirow said.