Law & Society Review

(The median citation count of Law & Society Review is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
American Policing and the Danger Imperative81
Police Ambassadors: Student-Police Interactions in School and Legal Socialization26
Whose lives mattered? How White and Black Americans felt about Black Lives Matter in 201625
Interpreters of International Economic Law: Corporations and Bureaucrats in Contest over Chile's Nutrition Label25
Fear and legitimacy in São Paulo, Brazil: Police–citizen relations in a high violence, high fear city14
Gendered racial vulnerability: How women confront crime and criminalization14
Speaking of Justice: A Qualitative Interview Study on Perceived Procedural Justice Among Defendants in Dutch Criminal Cases13
Collective Liminality: The Spillover Effects of Indeterminate Detention on Immigrant Families12
The Power of Second-Order Legal Consciousness: Authorities’ Perceptions of “Street Policy” and Welfare Fraud Enforcement12
Taxes, taxpayers, and settler colonialism: Toward a critical fiscal sociology of tax as white property11
How parole boards judge remorse: Relational legal consciousness and the reproduction of carceral logic9
Represented but unequal: The contingent effect of legal representation in removal proceedings8
Unfamiliarity and Procedural Justice: Litigants' Attitudes Toward Civil Justice in Southern China8
Relational legal consciousness and anticorruption: Lava Jato, social media interactions, and the co-production of law's detraction in Brazil (2017–2019)7
Marginalized legal categories: Social inequality, family structure, and the laws of intestacy7
International Criminal Accountability and the Domestic Politics of Resistance: Case Studies from Kenya and Lebanon6
The Role of Place and Sociodemographic Characteristics on the Issuance of Temporary Civil Protection Orders6
The diversity officer: Police officers' and black women civilians' epistemologies of race and racism in policing6
Civil rights as patient experience: How healthcare organizations handle discrimination complaints5
Decision-making in an inquisitorial system: Lessons from Brazil5
Sally Engle Merry, Legal Pluralism, and the Radicalization of Comparative Law5
Contentious Politics in the Courthouse: Law as a Tool for Resisting Authoritarian States in the Middle East5
Income and poverty status among women experiencing intimate partner violence: A positive social return on investment from civil legal aid services5
Pre-emptive Constitution-Making: Authoritarian Constitutionalism and the Military in Myanmar5
‘All eyes are on you’: Gender, race, and opinion writing on the US Courts of Appeals5
Racial equity in eligibility for a clean slate under automatic criminal record relief laws4
Binding Morality and Perceived Harm as Sources of Moral Regulation Law Support Among Political and Religious Conservatives4
Immigration detention as a routine police measure: Discretionary powers in preemptive detention of noncitizens in Finland4
Coping with Precariousness: How Social Insurance Law Shapes Workers' Survival Strategies in Vietnam4
From a Spouse to a Citizen: The Gendered and Sexualized Path to Citizenship for Marriage Migrants in South Korea4
Health insurance rights and access to health care for trans people: The social construction of medical necessity4
Women's law-making and contestations of “marriage” in African conflict situations4
“[Y]ou are better off talking to a f****** wall”: The perceptions and experiences of grievance procedures among incarcerated people in Ireland4
Police fairness and legitimacy across the post-communist divide in Europe3
Individual characteristics and community context in decisions to divert or arrest3
The Institutional Hearing Program: A Study of Prison-Based Immigration Courts in the United States3
Relief or removal: State logics of deservingness and masculinity for immigrant men in removal proceedings3
On Shared Suffering: Judicial Intimacy in the Rural Northland3
When altruism is remunerated: Understanding the bases of voluntary public service among lawyers2
Knowledge production through legal mobilization: Environmental activism against the U.S. military bases in East Asia2
Moralizing the law: Lactating workers and the transformation of supervising managers2
Moral career of migrant il/legality: Undocumented male youths in New York City and Paris negotiating deportability and regularizability2
The collateral consequences of criminal legal association during jury selection2
Relational legal consciousness in the punitive welfare state: How Dutch welfare officials shape clients' perceptions of law2
Different Ways of Losing: Public Defenders (and Private Counsel) at the Supreme Court of Argentina2
How Migrations Affect Private Orders: Norms and Practices in the Fishery of Marseille2
The focal concerns of jurors evaluating mitigation: Evidence from federal capital jury forms2
Beyond litigation: Policy work within cause lawyering organizations1
Understanding the effects of jury service on jurors' trust in courts1
Kadijustiz in the ecclesiastical courts: Naming, blaming, reclaiming1
Emptied Lands: A Legal Geography of Bedouin Rights in the Negev. By Alexandre Kedar, Ahmad Amara and Oren Yiftachel. Stanford: Stanford University Press 2019. 424 pp. $70 hardcover.1
NGOs, international courts, and state backlash against human rights accountability: Evidence from NGO mobilization against Tanzania at the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights1
Between the constitution and the clinic: Formal and de facto rights to healthcare1
Data and democracy at work: Advanced information technologies, labor law and the new working class. By Brishen Rogers. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2023. 288 pp. $50.00 paperback1
Editor's Note1
Stability justice: Petitioners versus non-petitioners in China's criminal adjudication1
Rights-in-between: Resident perceptions of and accessibility to rights within restricted housing units1
Between Truth and Power: The Legal Constructions of Informational Capitalism. By Julie E. Cohen New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. 376 pp. $34.95 hardcover - The Code of Capital: How t1
Exposing Indicators' Fragility: Sally Engle Merry's Contribution to the Study of Governance Indicators1
Race, gender, and place: How judicial identity and local context shape anti-discrimination decisions1
“Maybe we should take the legal ways”: Citizen engagement with lower state courts in post-war northern Uganda1
What makes an international institution work for labor activists? Shaping international law through strategic litigation1
Turning on the lights? Publicity and defensive legal mobilization in protest-related trials in Russia1
Relational legal consciousness in the one-child nation1
Legitimacy and online proceedings: Procedural justice, access to justice, and the role of income1
Procedural convergence1
Coercion versus facilitation: Context and the implementation of anti-FGM/C law1
Face-work in Chinese routine criminal trials0
Sacred distinctions: Law and the political regulation of Sikh Gurdwaras in British Columbia0
Speaking for the dying: Life-and-death decisions in intensive care. By Susan Shapiro. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019. 368 pp. $32.00 paperback0
Contradictions of Democracy: Vigilantism and Rights in Post-Apartheid South Africa. By Nicholas Rush Smith. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. 264 pp. $31.95 paperback0
My Walks for 21 Years with Sally Engle Merry0
Remembrances of Lauren B. Edelman both personal and professional0
Reflections on South Africa's first Black Chief Justice, Ismail Mahomed0
Editors' introduction to special memorial issue honoring professor Lauren B. Edelman0
Proof: Uses of evidence in law, politics, and everything else. By Frederick Schauer. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2022. 320 pp. $29.95 hardcover.0
Editor's Note0
Surveillance deputies: When ordinary people surveil for the state0
Death by prison: The emergence of life without parole and perpetual confinement. By Christopher Seeds. Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2022. 288. $29.95 paperback0
Victim, perpetrator, neither: Attitudes on deservingness and culpability in immigration law0
The aftermath of enforcement episodes for the children of immigrants0
Laurie in Paris. Diffusion, discussion and influences of Lauren Edelman's work in France0
Disruptive prisoners: Resistance, reform, and the new deal. By Chris Clarkson and Melissa Munn. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021. 320 pp. $26.21 paperback0
Beyond Cages: Animal Law and Criminal Punishment. By Justin Marceau. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 298 pp. $34.99 paperback0
Outside the brackets: Why school administrators fail to see gendered harassment within an antibullying law0
The Prevention of Torture: An Ecological Approach. By Danielle Celermajer. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018. 372 pp. $120 hardback0
Living apart together: Legal protections for a new form of family. By Cynthia Grant Bowman. New York: New York University Press, 2020. 312 pp. $40.00 hardcover0
Unsound empire: Civilization and madness in Late-Victorian England. By Catherine Evans. New Haven: Yale University Press. 304 pp. $65.00 hardcover0
Pragmatism, logic and law. By Frederick Kellogg. Washington, DC: Lexington Books, 2020. 204 pp. $45.00 paperback0
The Feminist War on Crime: The Unexpected Role of Women's Liberation in Mass Incarceration. By Aya Gruber. Oakland: University of California Press, 2020. 304 pp. $29.95 hardcover0
Surviving solitary: Living and working in restricted housing units. By Danielle S. Rudes, with Shannon Magnuson and Angela Hattery. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press. 2022. 252 pp. $26 p0
Sexual consent and relational rights: a call for relational repair0
LSR volume 58 issue 1 Cover and Back matter0
On 2020, Sally Merry, and Sociolegal Studies in Interesting Times0
The shariatisation of Indonesia: The politics of the Council of Indonesian Ulama (MUI). By Syafiq Hasyim. Leiden: Brill, 2023. 459 pp. $238.00 hardcover0
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Sally Merry: Mentor Extraordinaire0
The life and death of constitutions0
The Constitution of Myanmar: A Contextual Analysis. By Melissa Crouch. Oxford. Hart Publishing, 2019. 240 pp. $24.26 hardcover0
Toward a politic of welcome: a response to Laura Beth Nielsen’s presidential address0
Privilege and punishment: How race and class matter in criminal court. By Matthew Clair. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2020. 320 pp. $19.95 paperback0
Procedural justice for all? Legitimacy, just culture and legal anxiety in European civil aviation0
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Prisoners of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration. By Rachel Elise Barkow. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. 2019. 291 pp. $35.00 hardcover0
Syndicate Women: Gender and Networks in Chicago Organized Crime. By Chris M. Smith. Oakland, California: University of California Press, 2019. 208 pp. $29.95 paperback0
Class Action: Desegregation and Diversity in San Francisco Schools. By Rand Quinn. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2020. 280 pp. $30.00 paperback0
Autopsy of a crime lab: Exposing the flaws in forensics. By Brandon L. Garrett Oakland: University of California Press, 2021. 264 pp. $29.95 hardcover0
Punishing Poverty: How Bail and Pretrial Detention Fuel Inequalities in the Criminal Justice System. By Christine S. Scott-Hayward and Henry F. Fradella Oakland: University of California Press,0
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An equal place: Lawyers in the struggle for Los Angeles. By Scott L. Cummings. New York: Oxford University Press. 2021. 688 pp. $49.95 hardcover0
The death penalty and sex murder in Canadian history. By Carolyn Strange. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020. 381 pp. $60 hardcover0
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Discursive mismatch and globalization by stealth: The fight against corruption in the Brazilian legal field0
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Pursuing Citizenship in the Enforcement Era. By Ming Hsu Chen. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 2020. 232 pp. $28.00 paperback0
Free justice: A history of the public defender in twentieth-century America. By Sara Mayeux. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2020. 286 pp. $26.95 paperback0
The Neoliberal Republic: Corporate lawyers, statecraft, and the making of public-private France. By Pierre France and Antoine Vauchez. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2021. 269 pp. $21.950
Against progress: Intellectual property and fundamental values in the internet age. By Jessica Silbey. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2022. 448 pages, $90.00 hardcover/$30.00 paperback.0
Sorting sexuality: Expertise and the politics of legal classification. By Stefan Vogler. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2021. 280 pp. $30.00 paper0
Sally Merry as an Advisor & Advocate for Law & Society Scholars0
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Unequal Profession: Race and Gender in Legal Academia. By Meera Deo. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019. 256 pp. $25.00 paperback0
How to train a student0
Hollow law and utilitarian law: The devaluing of deportation hearings in New York City and Paris0
Manifesting justice: Wrongfully convicted women reclaim their rights. By Valena Beety. New York: Kensington, 2022. 320 pp. $28.00 hardcover0
The end of family court: How abolishing the court brings justice to children and families. By Jane M. Spinak. New York: New York University Press, 2023. 384 pp. $35.00 hardcover0
Skimmed: Breastfeeding, Race, and Injustice. By Andrea Freeman. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2020. 304 pp. $28.00 cloth0
LSR volume 56 issue 4 Cover and Front matter0
Tort tales and total justice: Exploring attitudes toward everyday tort claims for workplace injuries0
Laurie Edelman: Scholarship and mentorship in action0
LSR volume 56 issue 2 Cover and Front matter0
Running the Numbers: Race, Police, and the History of Urban Gambling Matthew Vaz. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2020. 208 pp. $35.00 cloth0
Editor's note0
Foreign agents or agents of justice? Private foundations, backlash against non-governmental organizations, and international human rights litigation0
The behavioral code: The hidden ways the law makes us better or worse. By Benjamin van Rooij and Adam Fine. New York: Beacon Press, 2021. 312 pp. $27.95 hardcover0
LSR volume 57 issue 1 Cover and Front matter0
Vaccine Court: The Law and Politics of Injury. By Anna Kirkland. New York City: NYU Press, 2016. 288 pp. $40.00 hardcover0
The Deviant Prison: Philadelphia's Eastern State Penitentiary and the Origins of America's Modern Penal System, 1829–1913. By Ashley T. Rubin Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press,0
Beyond Abortion: Roe v. Wade and the Battle for Privacy. By Mary Ziegler. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2018. 400 pp. $46.50 hardcover0
Taking workers' rights to unexpected places0
Stacked decks: Building inspectors and the reproduction of urban inequality. By Robin Bartram. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2022. 224 pp. $27.50 paperback0
Union by Law: Filipino American Labor Activists, Rights Radicalism, and Racial Capitalism. By Michael McCann and George I. Lovell Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2020. 504 pp. $35.00 pape0
Crossing: How we label and react to people on the move. By Rebecca Hamlin. Stanford University Press, 2021. 224 pp. $25.00 paperback0
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My rights, their rights, our rights: a response to Laura Beth Nielsen on relational rights, gun politics and the struggle over community0
Twenty Million Angry Men: The Case for Including Convicted Felons in Our Jury System. By James M. Binnall Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2021. 275 pp. $29.95 paperback0
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The President on Trial: Prosecuting Hissene Habré. Edited by Sharon Weil, Kim Thuy Seelinger, and Kerstin Bree Carlson. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. 464 pp. $125.00 hardcover0
Legal entrepreneurship and the evolution of multidimensional advocacy in social movements: the case of marriage equality0
Precarious protections: Unaccompanied minors seeking asylum in the United States. By Chiara Galli. Oakland: University of California Press, 2023. 296 pp. $29.95 paperback0
Politics of Empowerment: Disability Rights and the Cycle of American Policy Reform. By David Pettinicchio. Stanford, CA. Stanford University Press, 2019. 280 pp. $30.00 hardcover0
Safe at home? Examining the extension of criminal penalties for marital rape in cross-national context, 1979–20130
Red Gold: The Managed Extinction of the Giant Bluefin Tuna by Jennifer F. Telesca University of Minnesota Press, 2020. 311 pp., $24.95, paperback0
Virtual searches: Regulating the covert world of technological policing. By Christopher Slobogin. New York: New York University Press, 2022. 272 pp. $30.00 hardcover0
Policing the Open Road: How Cars Transformed American Freedom. By Sarah A. Seo Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2019. 352 pp. $28.95 paperback0
Relating to, through, and beyond rights …0
Undue process: Persecution and punishment in autocratic countries. By Fiona Feiang Shen-Bayh. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2022.0
The Conservative Case for Class Actions. By Brian T. Fitzpatrick. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2020. 272 pp. $29.99 hardback0
A tribute to Lauren Edelman0
Wives not slaves: Patriarchy and modernity in the age of revolution. By Kristen Sword. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2021. 408 pp. $50.00 cloth0
Which rights, and for whom? What relational rights mean in an era of immigrant exclusion0
The Fight to Globalize Labor: Understanding the Role of Activists in the Spread of International Norms0
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Biotech Juggernaut: Hope, Hype, and Hidden Agendas of Entrepreneurial. By Tina Stevens and Stuart Newman. Chicago, IL. University of Chicago Press, 2019. 206 pp. $42.95 paperback0
Pluralism and local law in extraterritorial spaces0
Remembering Sally Merry: Exemplary Teacher and Mentor0
Affective Justice—The International Criminal Court and the Pan-Africanist Pushback. By Kamari Maxine Clarke. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2019. 384 pp. $29.95 paperback0
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A Pattern of Violence: How the Law Classifies Crimes and What It Means for Justice. By David Alan Sklansky. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press. 336 pp. $29.95 hardcover0
American Contagions: Epidemics and the Law from Smallpox to COVID-19. By John Fabian Witt. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2020. 184 pp. $20.00 paperback0
Engage and evade: How Latino immigrant families manage surveillance in everyday life. By Asad L. Asad. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2023. 344 pp. $33.00 hardcover0
The new sex wars: Sexual harm in the #MeToo era. By Brenda Cossman. New York: New York University Press, 20210
Industry unbound: The inside story of privacy, data, and corporate power. By Ari Ezra Waldman Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. 364 pp. $24.95 hardback0
Asylum and extraction in the Republic of Nauru. By Julia Caroline Morris. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2023. 308 pp.0
Shortlisted: Women in the Shadows of the Supreme Court. By Renee Knake Jefferson and Hannah Brenner Johnson. New York: New York University Press, 2020. 304 pp. $30.00 hardcover0
The ex post facto clause: its history and role in a punitive society. By Wayne A. Logan. New York: Oxford University Press, 2022. 312 pp. $39.95 hardcover0
Stranger Danger: Family Values, Childhood, and the American Carceral State. By Paul M. Renfro New York: Oxford University Press, 20200
A Realistic Theory of Law. By Brian Z. Tamanaha Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. 201 pp. $38.99 paperback0
Sexual Citizens: Sex, Power, and Assault on Campus. Jennifer S. Hirsch and Shamus Khan. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2020. 422 pp. $17.95 paperback0
Professor Sally Engle Merry: A Candid and Caring Giant0
Learning from Laurie Edelman0
A higher bar: Institutional impediments to hate crime prosecution0
Doodem and council fire: Anishinaabe governance through alliance. By Heidi Bohaker. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020. 304 pp. $37.95 paperback0
Sally Engle Merry: An Appreciation from Hawai'i0
Teaching fear: How we learn to fear crime and why it matters. By Nicole E. Rader. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2023. 203 pp. $32.95 paperback0
LSR volume 56 issue 3 Cover and Front matter0
Public charge, legal estrangement, and renegotiating situational trust in the US healthcare safety net0
The myth of the community fix: Inequality and the politics of youth punishment. By Sarah D. Cate. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2023. 268 pp. $99.00 hardcover0
Policing welfare: Punitive adversarialism in public assistance. By Spencer Headworth. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2021. 272 pp. $32.50 paperback0
Tribute to Sally Merry's Scholarship from an International Law Perspective0
The politics of rights and southeast Asia. By Lynette Chua. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 2022. 66 pp. $22.00 paperback0
Conviction: The making and unmaking of the violent brain. By Oliver Rollins. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2021. 248 pp. $25.00 paperback0
Justice in Lyon: Klaus Barbie and France's first trial for crimes against humanity. By Richard J. Golsan. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2022. 330 pp. $39.95 paperback0
Corporate personhood. By Susanna Kim Ripken. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 312 pp. $34.99 paperback0
Identity capitalists: The powerful insiders who exploit diversity to maintain inequality. By Nancy Leong. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 2021. 240 pp. $28.00 paperback0
Birthing a Movement: Midwives, Law, and the Politics of Reproductive Care. By Renée Ann Cramer. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2021. 288 pp. $30.00 paperback0
Global burning: Rising antidemocracy and the climate crisis. By Eve Darian-Smith. Stanford: Stanford University press, 2022. 230 pp. $22.00 paperback0
Protection from refuge: From refugee rights to migration management. By Kate Ogg. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022. 215 pp. $110.00 hardcover0
Relational rights: a vision for law and society scholarship0
The Master Translator: Sally Merry and the Interdisciplinary Study of Law0
Introduction to the Special Issue on Immigration Detention0
American Gold Digger: Marriage, Money, and the Law from the Ziegfeld Follies to Anna Nicole Smith. By Brian Donovan. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2020. 290 pp. $29.95 pa0
Shari'a, Inshallah: Finding god in Somali legal politics. By Mark F. Massoud Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. 250 pp. $34.99 paperback0
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Enforcing Freedom: Drug Courts, Therapeutic Communities, and the Intimacies of the State. By Kerwin Kaye. New York: Columbia University Press, 2020. 360 pp. $35.00 paperback.0
Displacements: objects and relationality0
Power in Modernity: Agency Relations and the Creative Destruction of the King's Two Bodies. By Isaac Ariail Reed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2020. 312 pp. $32.50 paperback0
Sociology of law as the science of norms. By Håkan Hydén. London: Routledge, 2021. 338 pp. $170.00 hardcover0
Sally Engle Merry: A Deeply Appreciative Remembrance0
“The state is something that disappoints”: legal consciousness amid institutional dissatisfaction0
Courting the Community: Legitimacy and Punishment in a Community Court. By Christine Zozula. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2019. 218 pp. $29.95 paperback0
CORRIGENDUM: Reassessing Gender Neutrality0
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The Chief Justice versus the iconoclast: Popular constitutionalism and support for using “sociological gobbledygook” in legal decisions0
American Roulette: The Social Logic of Death Penalty Sentencing Trials. By Sarah Beth Kaufman. Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2020. 260 pp. $29.95 paperback0
The slow violence of immigration court: Procedural justice on trial. By Maya Pagni Barak. New York: New York University Press, 2023. 240 pp. $30.00 paperback.0
Activists in international courts: Backlash, funding, and strategy in international legal mobilization0
Gender, Power and Representations in Cree Law. By Emily Snyder. Vancouver. University of British Columbia Press, 2019. 248 pp. $34.95 paperback0
Yesterday's Monsters: The Manson Family Cases and the Illusion of Parole. By Hadar Aviram. Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2020. 296 pp. $29.95 paperback0
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Baby Jails: The Fight to End the Incarceration of Refugee Children in America. By Philip G. Schrag. Oakland: University of California Press, 2020. 400 pp. $29.95 paperback0
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The gun, the ship and the pen: Warfare, constitutions and the making of the modern world. By Linda Colley. New York: Liveright, 2021. 512 pp. $35.00 hardcover0
Sally Engle Merry and Global Legal Pluralism0
Problematizing law, childhood and rights in Israel/Palestine. By Hedi Viterbo. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. 370 pp. $110.00 hardback.0
Legal mobilization and branches of law: Contesting racialized policing in French courts0
Remembering Aunt Sally0
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The Briny South: Displacement and sentiment in the Indian Ocean World. By Nienke Boer. Durham: Duke University Press, 2023. Paperback, 978-1-4780-1955-80
How to not have to know: Legal technicalities and flagrant criminal offenses in Santiago, Chile0