Yunupingu’s Song; or, What we talk about when we talk about the constitution
In this special post for Borderlands, Professor Desmond Manderson (ANU) reflects upon the constitutional significance of the forthcoming Australian referendum on the Voice to Parliament.
The Judicial Construction of Europe, from the Bar and the Bench
In this post for A Good Read, Dr Florian Grisel reviews Tommaso Pavone's book, The Ghostwriters: Lawyers and the Politics behind the Judicial Construction of Europe (Cambridge University Press, 2022).
Introduction to Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies
In this episode of Talking about Methods, Professor Linda Mulcahy chats to listeners about designing a socio-legal research project and choosing between qualitative and quantitative methodologies.
What is Socio-Legal Studies Now?
In this Borderlands post, Professor Patrick Schmidt explores the history, development, and trajectories of the discipline of Socio-Legal Studies.
Writing Indenture—The Petrichor of Diaspora
In this Borderlands post, Professor Eddie Bruce-Jones evocatively describes the system of indentureship and his current collaborative project, Towards an Integrated Colonial Archive.
Mixed-Media: The Art of Interdisciplinary Research in Socio-Legal Studies
In this post, Zelia Gallo reflects on the joys and challenges of doing interdisciplinary research in Socio-Legal Studies.
Exploring Facebook as a Research Tool
In this post, Caitlyn McGeer (Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford) explores the use of social media advertisement to reach otherwise hard-to-reach participants.
Talking about Methods
In this episode of Talking about Methods, Professor Linda Mulcahy talks to Dr Sally Reardon (University of the West of England Bristol) about court observation in journalism and in academic research.
In this episode of Talking about Methods, Professor Linda Mulcahy talks to Professor Matthew Dyson (Faculty of Law, University of Oxford) about doing comparative legal research.
A Good Read
Social Care Detention in the Post-Carceral Era
In this post for A Good Read, Dr Ezgi Taşcıoğlu reviews Lucy Series' book, Deprivation of Liberty in the Shadows of the Institution (Bristol University Press, 2022).
Abortion Rights Activism and Law Reform in Northern Ireland
In this post for A Good Read, Dr. Zoe L. Tongue reviews Fiona Bloomer and Emma Campbell's edited collection, Decriminalizing Abortion in Northern Ireland (Bloomsbury, 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.