How one law journal survived partition

Today–August 15, 2019–marks the 72nd anniversary of the independence and partition of India and Pakistan. Thousands of survivors’ stories are preserved in …

It was the ice cream

I’m working on early 20th-century forensic experts in India, and have come across two odd research publications. In both cases, the physician-expert …

Joint CRN lunch @ Washington LSA

Are you coming to the Law and Society Association’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. later this month? If so, please join us …

The Mormon-India connection

What links Mormonism and India? The Church of Latter Day Saints has a presence in India today. And like other historians, scholars …

Cobras for cancer

This one is not exactly legal history, but it is a weird little tidbit I stumbled upon while digging around in the primary …

In memory of John R. Hinnells

The eminent UK-based scholar of Parsi and Zoroastrian studies, John R. Hinnells, passed away at the age of 76 on May 3, …

J. B. Kanga

During a recent visit to the basement of Columbia Law Library, I came across an obituary for J. B. Kanga. Kanga was …