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Socio-legality: An Odyssey of Ideas and Context

Socio-legality: An Odyssey of Ideas and Context

Edited by Kerry Petersen

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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.


CONTENTS

Foreword by Roger Douglas

Socio-legality and La Trobe University: Introducing and Celebrating a Broad Church of Ideas
      Kerry Petersen

Business Law: The Sometime Subject of Socio-legal Studies
      Christopher Arup

Borderlines: Socio-legality as the Abject
      Paula Baron

From Law to ‘Legal Consciousness’: A Socio-legal Pedagogical Expedition
      Susanne Davies

Socio-legal Studies in the Ages of Empire and Businessman Bottles: An Historical and Political Account
      Ian Duncanson

The Emergence and Evolution of Health Law
      Ian Freckelton SC

Law and Power – Livin’ in the ’70s
      David Neal

Law ‘And’, Law ‘In’, Law ‘As’: The Definition, Rejection and Recuperation of the Socio-legal Enterprise
      Christopher Tomlins

   

Published 16 October 2013
Publisher The Federation Press
Paperback/176pp
ISBN 9781862879430
Australian RRP $49.95
International Price $45.00
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