We have presented a number of papers drawing on our ‘Known Unknowns’ research at national and international events. These events have drawn together doctrinal and comparative lawyers and legal historians, allowing us share our insights and further develop our research and research network.

These papers include:

  • ‘Responsibility to make certain: breaking intractable ties’ (October 2022, Association of Young Legal Historians Annual Forum, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey)
  • ‘The familiar unknown: legal responses to intractable factual uncertainties’ (December 2019, Juristenrunde seminar, Institute for European Tort Law of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria)
  • ‘”If laws therefore were made for facts…”: legal responses to factual uncertainties’ (September 2019, Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK)
  • ‘Known unknowns: dealing with doubt in the European legal tradition’ (July 2019, British Legal History Conference, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, UK)