One day law conference in honour of Fergus Kelly
A one-day law conference in honour of on the occasion of his retirement Professor Fergus Kelly was held on Satuday 28th June 2014. The talks given are below.
Thomas Charles-Edwards (University of Oxford): ‘Bretha Comaithchesa and Early Irish Farming’
Fangzhe Qiu (University College Cork): ‘The traditionalisation of early Irish law’
Neil McLeod (Murdoch University, Australia): ‘Removal on Sick-Maintenance: when did it cease?
Paul Russell (University of Cambridge): ‘Welsh and Latin in medieval Welsh law’
Morfydd Owen (Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth): ‘Medieval Welsh cows, calves, bulls and oxen’
Liam Breatnach (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies): ‘The law of the church in Bretha Nemed Toísech’
Huw Pryce (University of Bangor): ‘Nineteenth-century receptions of medieval Welsh law’
Jaqueline Bemmer (University of Oxford): ‘Nuances of immunity and permitted violence: interpreting quotations with glosses and commentary from the cairde-text’
Fergus Kelly’s retirement speech