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13 JAN 2012

PhD Studentship in legal history: The Court of Chancery and its Records, 1820-1888 - Queen Mary, university of London

The following has been advertised:

"Queen Mary, University of London: Department of Law

PhD Studentship in legal history: The Court of Chancery and its Records, 1820-1888

The Law Department is offering a three year PhD Studentship to study the Court of Chancery and its Records in the era of nineteenth century reform. The aim of the project, which will be jointly supervised by Prof. Michael Lobban in the Law Department and Dr. Amanda Bevan at The National Archives, is to explore the structure, working and business of the court in the era in which Charles Dickens wrote 

Bleak House. The student will be given in-depth training in the court records at The National Archives, as well as general academic supervision at Queen Mary. The studentship is fully funded, providing an annual maintenance grant and covering payment of puition fees at home/EU or overseas rates. Applicants who hold, or are currently taking, a postgraduate degree in law or history are welcome to apply, but must meet the School of Law’s PhD programme academic entrance criteria (in terms of the required marks or grades). Any informal inquiries about the studentship can be directed to Michael Lobban (m.j.lobban@qmul.ac.uk)."

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