Professor M.C. Mirow has recently been appointed to serve another five-year term on the Editorial Board of the Law and History Review, the official peer-review journal of the American Society for Legal History.
Law and History Review, published by Cambridge University Press, is internationally recognized as the leading journal in the field and examines the history of law from ancient to modern times. The journal’s purpose is to further research in the fields of the social history of law and the history of legal ideas and institutions. The Review features articles, essays, commentaries by international authorities, and reviews of important books on legal history.
“I am delighted to serve the Review as a member of its editorial board. The editor in chief asked me to continue on the Review particularly to help with articles dealing with Latin American legal history. It is a true honor for me. I have been involved the American Society for Legal History since I was a law student and to help the society though its journal is really rewarding,” said Mirow, who serves on several other such boards for other law journals.
This year he was also appointed to the Editorial Boards of Glossae (a legal history journal published in Valencia, Spain) and Iushistora (a legal history journal published in Buenos Aires, Argentina).