Towards a Legal Theory Bazaar
In this Borderlands post, Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris (Kent) reflects upon a recent experiment in creativity exploring Concepts of Concern with Edinburgh University's Legal Theory Research Group.
Crossing the borders – participatory observation and legal geography
In this piece for Borderlands, Marcin Wróbel considers the lasting value of participatory observation and its implications when studying Polish shepherding.
Colour and Law
In this Borderlands post, Professor Peter Goodrich paints a picture of colour's role in law and legal decision making.
Wandering and Wondering: Coming to Know Place Through Walking Interviews
In this post, James Campbell (Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford) explores movement as method, highlighting how the blending of observation and conversation can unveil rich narratives.
From Nearness to Distance: Reflections on Insider Ethnography
In this post for Methodological Musings, Dr Lucy Welsh reflects on how insider research can cause the researcher to move from nearness to distance.
Talking about Methods
Linking Administrative Data and Surveys
In this episode of Talking about Methods, Professor Linda Mulcahy talks to Professor Ben Edwards (ANU) about the linkage of administrative data to surveys and longitudinal studies.
CSLS-ANU Quantitative Methods Series
The Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies (CSLS) has co-produced a series on quantitative methods with colleagues from the Centre for Social Policy Research at the Australian National University.
A Good Read
Subversive Legal History belongs in Law Schools
In this post for A Good Read, Dr. Nick Cartwright reviews Russell Sandberg's new book, Subversive Legal History: A Manifesto for the Future of Legal Education (Routledge, 2022).
The Rule-of-Law Myth and Its Advocates
In this post for A Good Read, Professor Sida Liu reviews Andrew Boon's new book, Lawyers and the Rule of Law (Hart, 2022).
Ask the Author
Ask the Author: David Sugarman
In this post for Ask the Author, Professor Linda Mulcahy interviews Professor David Sugarman.
Ask the Author: Phil Thomas
In this Ask the Author marking the start of a new autumn term, Professor Linda Mulcahy interviews Emeritus Professor Phil Thomas, founding editor of the Journal of Law and Society.