Bilbo Baggins, Defendant: Law In Tolkien @MizzouLaw

HATTS (Historical and Theatrical Trial Society) of the University of Missouri School of Law has announced the trial of Bilbo Baggins of Bags End, The Shire, for stealing the Arkenstone of Thrain. The trial will take place on Wednesday, April 4, in the Law School's Courtroom.Law in J. R. R. Tolkien's saga Lord of the Rings (LOTR) is an interesting subject. Below are some cites (including blogposts) that discuss the question.Omar Ha-Redeye and Jacob Kaufman, Lord of the Rings as Property Law, Law Is CoolCharles Lincoln, IV, The Silmarillion and the Lord of the Rings as a Lens Into Constitutional Interpretation: A Possible Synthesis of Natural and Positive LawGraham McAleer, Tolkien's Establishment, Law and LibertyMichael Martinez, A Discussion of Law in Middle-EarthChristina Sterbenz, 6 Laws From Lord of the Rings (Business Insider)J. R. R. Tolkien, Law and Customs Among the Eldar, from Morgoth's Ring (1993).Jonathan A. Watson, Tolkien, Aquinas,…

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