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Monday, May 30, 2011

Legal Historians win prizes at CLSA conference

The Canadian Law and Society Association announced its annual publishing prizes in Fredericton today.

Lori Chambers of  the Departments of Women's Studies and History at Lakehead University won the prize for best article in English published in the Canadian Journal of Law and Society in the past year for “Women’s Work, Relationship Breakdown and the Division of Farm Property.”

Ken Leyton-Brown of the Department History, University of Regina won the runner-up prize for best socio-legal book for The Practice of Execution in Canada, published by the UBC press.

Congratulations Lori and Ken! Keep making us look good.

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