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Legal Theory Bookworm: "Oxford Handbook of Distributive Justice" edited by Olsaretti

The Legal Theory Bookworm recommends The Oxford Handbook of Distributive Justice, edited by Serena Olsaretti.  Here is a description: Distributive justice has come to the fore in political philosophy in recent decades: how should we arrange our social and economic institutions so … Continue reading

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The Oxford Handbook of Legal History (edited by Markus Dubber and Christopher Tomlins): New From @OxUniPress @MarkusDubber @ArsScripta

New from Oxford University Press: The Oxford Handbook of Legal History (Markus D. Dubber and Christopher Tomlins, 2018) (Oxford Handbooks in Law). Here from the publisher's website is the description of the book's contents. Some of the most exciting and … Continue reading

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From Cambridge University Press: Law and Literature (edited by Kieran Dolin) @CambridgeUP

ICYMI: Law and Literature (Kieran Dolin, ed., Cambridge University Press, 2018)(Cambridge Critical Concepts). Here from the publisher's website is a description of the books contents. Law and Literature presents an authoritative, fresh and accessible new overview of the many ways … Continue reading

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ICYMI: Trials, Edited by Martha M. Umphrey (Taylor and Francis, 2017) @tandfonline

ICYMI: Trials (Martha Merrill Umphrey, ed., Taylor and Francis, 2017).This volume gathers a collection of the most seminal essays written by leading experts in the fields of law, and cultural studies, which address the cultural dimension of trials. Taken together, … Continue reading

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Forthcoming From DeGruyter: As You Law It: Negotiating Shakespeare, edited by Daniela Carpi and François Ost @degruyter_lit

Forthcoming from DeGruyter:As You Law It: Negotiating Shakespeare (Daniela Carpi and François Ost, eds., 2018) (Law and Literature; 15).Shakespeare was fascinated by law, which permeated Elizabethan everyday life. The general impression one derives from the analysis of many plays by … Continue reading

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