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Dermot Feenan, Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, and co-convenor of the Stream on Law, Politics and Ideology, discusses the rationale for a session on class and law at the SLSA Annual Conference 2018. Class has long been a category of social classification with relevance to law and legal scholarship. Many significant [...]
By Emma Jones, The Open University Law School A traditional song during December involves twelve lords a-leaping, five gold rings and a partridge in a pear tree. In contrast, in April 2017, the focus was on was fourteen people speaking, thirteen papers being presented and a new stream in a lecture room in Newcastle. In [...]
By Roger Cotterrell, Queen Mary University of London Popular legal consciousness seems a straightforward idea: it refers to popular perceptions of law, usually grounded in people’s personal experiences or observations in a particular environment. But populist? Populist legal consciousness can be coined as a term to mean the projection of these popular perceptions into direct demands [...]