Law and Critique
ISSN (printed): 0957-8536. ISSN (electronic): 1572-8617.
Law and Critique is the prime international critical legal theory journal. It has been published for 10 years and is associated with the Critical Legal Conference. Law and Critique covers all aspects of legal theory jurisprudence and substantive law that are approached from a critical perspective. Law and Critique has introduced into legal scholarship a variety of schools of thought such as postmodernism; literary approaches to law; psychoanalysis; and postcolonialism. Law and Critique is keen to translate and incorporate non-English critical legal thought. More specifically Law and Critique encourages the submission of articles in the areas of critical legal theory and history law and literature law and psychoanalysis feminist legal theory critical race theory law and postcolonialism; postmodern jurisprudence law and aesthetics; legal phenomenology; and law and autopoiesis. Past special issues include: 'Critical Legal Education'; 'The Gender of Law'; 'Law and Postmodernism'; 'Law and Literature'; and 'Law and Postcolonialism'.
- Further information
- Category Links