Socio-legality : An Odyssey of Ideas and Context
This volume of Law in Context celebrates the work of current and former La Trobe University scholars who have made significant contributions to the development of socio-legal studies, including:
Professor Christopher Arup on the relationship between business law and socio-legal studies;
Professor Paula Baron on socio-legality and conflict in law schools through the lens of psychoanalytical theory;
Dr Susanne Davies on socio-legal studies outwith and within a professional law school;
Dr Ian Duncanson on the historical dimension of socio-legal studies;
Dr Ian Freckelton SC on Health Law as a unique field of the socio-legal discourse;
Dr David Neal SC on a law-and-power case study involving La Trobe Law and the Fitzroy Legal Service; and
Professor Christopher Tomlins on the trajectory of legal history at La Trobe and in the wider world.
Socio-legality: An Odyssey of Ideas and Context is a special issue (Volume 29 No 2) of the journal Law in Context. You can purchase a single copy of this issue through this page, or subscribe to the journal from the journal page.