Elizabeth Dale

 

 

 

 

 

Associate Professor, US Legal History

Affiliated Professor of Law, Levin College of Law, UF

Teaching and research areas: constitutional history (comparative and US); history of civil rights, criminal legal history (especially 19th century); US legal history; Chinese legal history

 

 

 

 

 

Courses

 

Additional Information

Fall 2006

 

Curriculum Vitae

JD/MA/PhD Joint Degree Program

Dept of History Home Page

Levin College of Law

Program in Comparative Law (for foreign students)

University of Florida International Center

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Address at University of Florida

 

 

 

224 Keene-Flint Hall

Spring 2006 (textbooks)

 

University of Florida

Fall 2005

 

PO Box 117320

Law Courses at Shandong University Law School (Spring 2005)

 

Gainesville, Florida 32611

Introduction to US Constitutional Law: Syllabus, Casebook, Lecture Notes, Assignment

 

Introduction to US Legal History: Syllabus, Casebook, Lecture Notes, Assignment

 

352-392-0271 ex. 262

 

 

edale@history.ufl.edu

Legal History Course Links at UF (2000-2004)

 

 

Other History Course Links  at UF (through 2004)

 

 

Comparative constitutional history

 

 

Legal History Program at UF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guidelines and Materials for Graduate Students

 

 

Conference Proposal Guidelines

 

 

Dissertation Prospectus Guidelines

 

 

 

 

 

Legal History Reading List

 

 

Graduate Student Resources

 

 

Updated July 31, 2006