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Essays in Thai Legal History: From Traditional to Modern Law
Date: 27-28 September 2019
Venue: Chitti Tingsabadh Conference Room, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Phra Chan 

Symposium Programme : Saturday 28 September 2019

Session 3: The Reform Period

09.45-10.30 hrs. Kanaphon Chanhom: Criminal law and the civil law reforms

Munin Pongsapan: Comments

10.45-11.30 hrs. Prachoom Chomchai: Outcomes of the adoption of Roman-Thai property law during the Ratanakosin (Bangkok) period 

Paul Du Plessis: Comments

Session 4: Developments after the Reforms


11.30-12.15 hrs. Eugénie Mérieau: Sacred Buddhist Kingship and Thailand’s Lèse-Majesté Law Kittisak Prokati: Comments

13.30-14.15 Krisdakorn Wongwuthikun: The Reception of International Law in Thailand


Lasse Schuldt: Comments

14.45-15.30 hrs. Henning Glaser: Core Figurations in the Development of Thai Constitutionalism

Eugénie Mérieau: Comments

15.30-16.15 hrs. Peter Leyland (via Skype): The Origins of Thailand’s Bureaucratic State and the Consolidation of Administrative Justice


Andrew Harding: Comments

 16.15-17.00 hrs. Tyrell Haberkorn: Without Account: Coups, Amnesties and Justice in Thailand 

Henning Glaser: Comments

17.00 – 17.45 hrs. Munin Pongsapan: The Fundamental Misconception in the Drafting of the Thai Civil and Commercial Code of 1925


Suratchada Reekie: Comments

17.-45 – 18.15 hrs. Paul du Plessis & Andrew Harding: Closing Remarks

18.30 hrs. Close


Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang and Professor Paul du Plessis
Assoc. Prof. Tyrell Haberkorn, Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Wisconsin-MadisonProfessor Dr Prachoom Chomchai 
Kanaphon Chanhom and Kongsatja Suwanapech