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M.C. Mirow organized, chaired, and commented on the panel “Discovered or Uncovered: Dealing with New or Neglected Sources” at the annual meeting of the ASLH in Boston. The panel brought together legal historians Albrecht Cordes (Frankfurt), Angela Huange (Lubeck), Sara Ludin (Berkeley), and Serge Dauchy (Lille) to discuss their use of newly discovered sources that change our understanding of the legal history of their fields.

Mirow also served as chair of the Peter Gonville Stein Book Award Committee. Khaled Fahmy of the University of Cambridge received the award for In Quest of Justice: Islamic Law and Forensic Medicine in Modern Egypt. Rohit De of Yale University received the Honorable Mention for A People’s Constitution: The Everyday Life of Law in the Indian Republic. Mirow presented both awards to the authors at the awards ceremony of the society.

Professor Mirow is a founding faculty of FIU College of Law and member of the Florida Bar. He publishes on legal history and property. To read Professor Mirow’s works, visit his Selected Works gallery.