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A Good Read

Herbert M Kritzer's Advanced Introduction to Empirical Legal Research (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021)

Divergent Histories and Shifting Sands?

Linda Mulcahy reviews Herbert M. Kritzer's new book Advanced Introduction to Empirical Legal Research (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021).

Robyn Bartel and Jennifer Carter (eds) Handbook on Place, Space and Law

Crisis, Hope, and the Journey towards Imagined Legal Futures

Jessica Smith reviews Robyn Bartel and Jennifer Carter (eds) Handbook on Space, Place and Law (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021).

Brian Tamanaha Legal Pluralism Explained: History, Theory, Consequences (2021) (Oxford University Press)

Learning and Living Legal Pluralism

Jiří Přibáň reviews Brian Z. Tamanaha's new book Legal Pluralism Explained: History, Theory, Consequences (Oxford University Press, 2021).

Sofia Stolk The Opening Statement of the Prosecution in International Criminal Trials

Contradictions and Uneasy Dualities

Victoria McCloud reviews Sofia Stolk's new book, The Opening Statement of the Prosecution in International Criminal Trials: A Solemn Tale of Horror (Routledge, 2021).

Cover image of Poulami Roychowdhury Capable Women Incapable States: Negotiating Violence and Rights in India

Making Women Powerful: What the Fight Against Gender-Based Violence in India can Teach us

Chelsea Wallis reviews Poulami Roychowdhury's new text, Capable Women, Incapable States: Negotiating Violence and Rights in India (Oxford University Press, 2021).

Cover of Routledge Handbook

A Reimagined and Refreshing Mosaic of Law and Society Scholarship: the Routledge Handbook of Law and Society

Penelope Andrews reviews Mariana Valverde, Kamari M. Clarke, Eve Darian Smith and Prabha Kotiswaran's new text, The Routledge Handbook of Law and Society (Routledge, 2021).

Cover of Invisible Institutionalisms book

A Matter Off-Course

Shruti Iyer reviews Swethaa S Ballakrishnen and Sara Dezalay's next text, Invisible Institutionalisms: Collective Reflections on the Shadows of Legal Globalisation (Hart Publishing, 2021).