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sociolegal studies


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sociolegal studies

sociolegal studies

socio-legal studies

socio-legal studies

socio-legal studies

Comparative Law and Socio-legal Studies

Pragmatism and Realistic Socio-legal Studies

Socio-legal Studies: Between Policy and Community

Sociolegal Studies and Disputing at the World Trade Organization

Is There a Proper Subject Matter for ‘Socio-Legal Studies’?

Introduction: the Problematic State of Socio-legal Studies

GALLIGAN, Denis James (born 1947), Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, and Director, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, since 1993; Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford, since 1993

McBARNET, Doreen Jean - Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford, 2004–14, now Emeritus; Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford, since 1977

Pragmatism in U.S. Legal Theory: Its Application to Normative Jurisprudence, Sociolegal Studies, and the Fact-Value Distinction

GENN, Hazel (Gillian) (born 1949), Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, since 1994, Dean, Faculty of Laws, since 2008, and Co-Director, Judicial Institute, since 2010, University College London

Bradshaw, William Peter (born 1936), Senior Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Wolfson College, Oxford, 1985–2000; Honorary Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford, since 2004 (Supernumerary Fellow, 1988–2003)

Terence C. Halliday and Lucien Karpik, editors. Lawyers and the Rise of Western Political Liberalism: Europe and North America from the Eighteenth to Twentieth Centuries. (Oxford Socio-Legal Studies.) New York: Clarendon Press, Oxford University. 1997. Pp. 379. $28.00

 

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A field of enquiry that is mainly preoccupied with empirical studies of the institutions of the law (e.g. the courts, the jury, the police, and the legal profession), rather than with providing a theoretical account of the “law in action”. Compare sociology of law.

Subjects: Law.


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