Critical Analysis of Law

An International & Interdisciplinary Law Review

Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Why Law Matters & Arts and the Aesthetic in Legal History

Issue 2:2 includes two forums, and four guest editors. The first forum, on Alon Harel's Why Law Matters (OUP 2014), is guest edited by Vera Bergelson and is based on a 2014 book workshop at Rutgers School of Law-Newark. The second forum, on "Arts and the Aesthetic in Legal History," is guest edited by Roy Kreitner, Anat Rosenberg, and Christopher Tomlins, and originated in a conference at Tel Aviv University in 2014.

 

Table of Contents

Book Forum: Alon Harel, Why Law Matters (2014)

Malcolm Thorburn
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Ekow Yankah
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Leo Zaibert
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Guyora Binder
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Kyron Huigens
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Alon Harel
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Special Issue: Arts and the Aesthetic in Legal History

Roy Kreitner, Anat Rosenberg, Christopher Tomlins
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David B. Schorr
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Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos
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Anat Rosenberg
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Christopher Tomlins
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Ravit Reichman
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Steven Wilf
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Nan Goodman
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Leora Bilsky
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Levi Cooper
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Christine L. Krueger
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Simon Stern
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