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Legal Science

Legal History, Legal Science and Comparative Law

Legal Science and Legal Absurdity: Jee v. Audley (1787)

Reflections on Legal Science, Lew, and Power*

Toward a Cognitive Science of Legal Interpretation

Normativism or the Normative Theory of Legal Science: Some Epistemological Problems*

Postscript to Part II: Science and Methodology in Legal Theory *

Backlash: The Reaction to Mind Sciences in Legal Academia

From Science-Based Legal Advocacy to Community Organizing: Opportunities and Obstacles to Transforming Patterns of Expertise and Access

Race, Hierarchy and International Law: Lorimer’s Legal Science

Review article. The emergence of a transnational legal science in European private law

COLEMAN, John Ennis (1930 - 2014), Legal Adviser, Department of Education and Science, 1983–90

Protecting Children’s Rights in Social Science Research in Botswana: Some Ethical and Legal Dilemmas

Enforcement of science—using a Clostridium perfringens outbreak investigation to take legal action

From Law without a Science to Legal Science without the Legislator: The German Historical School and the Foundation of Law

La Protection des Biens Culturels, International Association of Legal Science – IALS / Association Internationale des Sciences Juridiques – AISJ – Rabat, 10-12 septembre 1996

John Henry Schlegel. American Legal Realism and Empirical Social Science. (Studies in Legal History.) Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 1995. Pp. xii, 418. $55.00

SCHOLEFIELD, Susan Margaret (born 1955), JP; Secretary and Chief Legal Officer, London School of Economics and Political Science, since 2012; Chairman, Competition Service, since 2013

LOBBAN, Michael John Warrender (born 1962), Professor of Legal History, London School of Economics and Political Science, since 2013

 

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