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A. Sindelar, Women and the Coroner’s Inquest: Where Law and Death Intersect in Fourteenth-Century England, in Canadian Law and Society Association Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2003.
A. Sindelar, ‘Whom she could not gainsay:’ Husbands, Wives, and Dower in Medieval English Common Law, in Medieval Academy of America, Seattle, WA, 2004.
A. Sindelar, Who deem'd our marriage lawful:” An Historical Perspective of Marriage, in Marriage in the Twenty-first Century, Public Symposium Lecture Series, Research Awareness Week, UBC Continuing Education, UBC, 2004.
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A. Sindelar, Royal Flunkies or Local Fellows? Fourteenth-Century English Attorneys in Royal Service, in Medieval Academy of America, Vancouver, BC, 2008.
A. Sindelar, Royal Clerks as Common Attorneys: The Inside Route to English Justice, in Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, AR, 2008.
A. Sindelar, 'Received to Defend Her Right': The Activities of Wives in the Medieval English Courts of Common Law, in Arkansas Association of College History Teachers Meeting, , Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1999.
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A. Sindelar, Put in Her Place: Women and Attorneys in the King's Court of England, in Mid-America Medieval Association, Lawrence, Kansas, 1998.
A. Sindelar, Professionals and Professionalism: Clerks as Attorneys in the King's Court, in The University of Central Arkansas History Seminar Series, 1997.
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A. Sindelar, Other than Her Rightful Death: Women ‘Uncovered’ at the Coroner’s Inquest, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, Salt Lake City, UT, 2006.
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A. Sindelar, Not One Flesh: Husbands and Wives in the Medieval English Courts of Common Law, in Southern Historical Association Meeting, European History Section, Birmingham, Alabama, 1998.
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A. Sindelar, For the Rent of Two Hens: Women in Action at the Fourteenth-Century Courts of Common Law, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara California, 2012.
A. Sindelar, Family Dependence: Representation in Eyre Courts of Thirteenth-Century England, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, San Francisco, CA, 2005.
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A. Sindelar, Constructing Women in the Medieval English Coroners' Rolls, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 2009.
A. Sindelar, Common Attorneys and Royal Patronage: Fourteenth-Century English Attorneys at the King’s Command, Poet’s Cove, South Pender Island, B.C, 2008.
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A. Sindelar, Back in His Place: The Medieval English Attorney at Home in Northamptonshire in 1329, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Pugent Sound, Tacoma, 2010.