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Mayflower in Plymouth Harbour
 


“Mayflower in Plymouth Harbour”
by William Halsall (1882)

The Mayflower set sail from Plymouth, England in September 1620.  After crossing the Atlantic and spending the winter aboard ship, the passengers eventually landed at Plymouth, Massachusetts in March 1621, where they founded the Plymouth Colony.

 

 
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Welcome to the Plymouth Law Review

The Review is an annual online journal (published in December), produced and edited by academic staff and students at the Plymouth Law School.  It aims to encourage and promote legal scholarship and writing on a wide range of legal issues.  It also provides a forum for disseminating information about current projects and initiatives being undertaken within the Law School.  As such, it includes articles and shorter notes by both staff and student authors.

23rd Annual Pilgrim Fathers' Lecture 18th Nov 2016 organised by Plymouth Law Society and hosted at the University presented by Sir Brian Leveson, President of the Queens' Bench Division.

Plymouth Law Review Volume 9 (2017)