Jurisprudence and Legal Theory

What are the courts like after decades of judicial reform?

Kingston University
Penny Darbyshire is a Professor of Law at Kingston University, having been a lecturer, senior lecturer and reader at Kingston […]
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Law, Person, and Community

New York University
John Coughlin asks the fundamental question “What is law?” through a discussion of canon law and secular legal theory. Canon […]
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From pains-taking to pains-giving comparisons

Kings College London
David Nelken distinguishes between three ideal-type contexts in which comparisons are used: comparison as a contribution to disciplinary enquiry, as part […]
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The ‘child’s best interests’ as an argumentative resource in family mediation sessions

Queen Mary University of London
Rosemary Hunter uses Discursive Psychology to study the claims and arguments which occur when “the child’s best interests” is produced […]
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Mapping Paths to Family Justice

Queen Mary University of London
​The family justice system in England and Wales has undergone radical change over the past 20 years. A significant part […]
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Feminist Judgments: From Theory to Practice

Queen Mary University of London
While feminist legal scholarship has thrived within universities and in some sectors of legal practice, it has yet to have […]
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The New Constitutional Order

Harvard University
In his 1996 State of the Union Address, President Bill Clinton announced that the “age of big government is over.” […]
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