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The new legal realism: translating law and society for today's legal practice: vol.1/ Ed. by Elizabeth Mertz, Stewart Macaulay and Thomas W Mitchell

Contributor(s): Macaulay, Stewart, Ed | Mertz, Elizabeth, Ed | Mitchell, Thomas W, Ed | Klug, Heinz, Ed | Merry, Sally Engle, Ed.
Publisher: New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016Description: 303 p.ISBN: 9781107071131.Subject(s): Law -- United States | Realism | Law -- United StatesDDC classification: 340.10973 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
volume I. Translating law-and-society for today's legal practice / edited by Elizabeth Mertz (American Bar Foundation and University of Wisconsin School of Law), Stewart Macaulay (University of Wisconsin, Madison), Thomas W. Mitchell (Texas A&M University School of Law and Texas A&M Department of Agricultural Economics). Preface / Michael McCann -- Introduction : new legal realism : law and social science in the new millennium / Elizabeth Mertz -- A new legal realism : elegant models and the messy law in action / Stewart Macaulay -- Putting the "real world" into traditional classroom teaching / Jane H. Aiken and Ann Shalleck -- Some realism about realism in teaching about the legal profession / Ann Southworth, Bryant Garth, and Catherine Fisk -- "Fielding" legal realism : law students as participant- observers? / Riaz Tejani -- Legal r/realism and jurisprudence : ten theses / William Twining -- Legal realism in context / Brian Z. Tamanaha -- Legal storytelling as a variety of legal realism / Robert W. Gordon -- Combining methods for a new synthesis in law and empirical research / Elizabeth Mertz and Katherine Barnes -- New legal realism and inequality / Thomas W. Mitchell -- The financial crisis and moral accountability : translating practices of risk, profit and uncertainty / Alex Tham -- The moment of possibles : some new legal realism about a "reality thriller" case / Hadi Nicholas Deeb -- Translating law across cultures and societies : a conversation with David Bellos and Kim Lane Scheppele / David Bellos and Kim Lane Scheppele -- Is there a lingua franca for the American legal academy? / Mary Anne Case.
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volume I. Translating law-and-society for today's legal practice / edited by Elizabeth Mertz (American Bar Foundation and University of Wisconsin School of Law), Stewart Macaulay (University of Wisconsin, Madison), Thomas W. Mitchell (Texas A&M University School of Law and Texas A&M Department of Agricultural Economics). Preface / Michael McCann -- Introduction : new legal realism : law and social science in the new millennium / Elizabeth Mertz -- A new legal realism : elegant models and the messy law in action / Stewart Macaulay -- Putting the "real world" into traditional classroom teaching / Jane H. Aiken and Ann Shalleck -- Some realism about realism in teaching about the legal profession / Ann Southworth, Bryant Garth, and Catherine Fisk -- "Fielding" legal realism : law students as participant- observers? / Riaz Tejani -- Legal r/realism and jurisprudence : ten theses / William Twining -- Legal realism in context / Brian Z. Tamanaha -- Legal storytelling as a variety of legal realism / Robert W. Gordon -- Combining methods for a new synthesis in law and empirical research / Elizabeth Mertz and Katherine Barnes -- New legal realism and inequality / Thomas W. Mitchell -- The financial crisis and moral accountability : translating practices of risk, profit and uncertainty / Alex Tham -- The moment of possibles : some new legal realism about a "reality thriller" case / Hadi Nicholas Deeb -- Translating law across cultures and societies : a conversation with David Bellos and Kim Lane Scheppele / David Bellos and Kim Lane Scheppele -- Is there a lingua franca for the American legal academy? / Mary Anne Case.

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