This workshop will examine major works in the field of legal history, important historiographical debates and critical methodologies. Students will participate in workshop presentations by leading scholars. Law students have a choice of enrolling in the workshop for two or three credits. Law students who choose to write a substantial paper will receive three credits upon successful completion of the course; law students who do not complete substantial papers will receive two credits. All FAS graduate students who enroll in the workshop must complete a substantial paper; all FAS students will receive three credits upon successful completion of the course. This course is jointly-listed with FAS as History 2475.