Contemporary legal thought has been powerfully influenced by Critical Legal Studies, a school of legal scholars whose work has sustained a continuing radical critique of established legal doctrines. In this essential reference work, Richard Bauman presents the most thorough, up-to-date guide available for this essential literature. In addition to providing the basic bibliographic information, Bauman offers a set of effective introductions to contextualize and explain the work being surveyed. He has created a fundamental handbook not only for the law but also for politics and radical thought.
Table of Contents
Bibliographies of critical legal studies; introduction to critical legal studies; the special role of Roberto Unger; history of the conference on critical legal studies; symposia on critical legal studies; legal history; legal theory; the legal profession; contract law; tort law; constitutional law; criminal law and criminology; labour law; property law; domestic relations law; environmental law; corporations law; commercial law; legal education; international law; comparative legal studies; feminism and law; critical race theory; Marxism and law; alternative forms of dispute resolution; legal aid; the Welfare State; social theory; economic analysis of law; law, narrative and literature; legal scholarship; critiques of critical legal studies.
Richard W Bauman (Author)