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  • Introduction : law school, panethnicity, and confessions of an imposter
  • Prestige, justice, and everything in between : why pursue law?
  • "The skin of a foreigner" : Asian Americans and Latinos in liminality
  • Diversity is good in a globalized world ... and it's neat : white students, diverse peers, and privilege
  • The set and stagehands : challenges of being nonwhite in law school
  • Blocking the backstage : panethnic student organizations and racialized affiliations
  • Between "martyr" and "sellout" : managing professional and (pan)ethnic identities
  • Typecasting in law school : the intersection of race, gender, and immigrant.
"Despite the growing number of Asian American and Latino/a law students, many panethnic students still feel as if they do not belong in this elite microcosm, which reflects the racial inequalities in mainstream American society. While in law school, these students--often from immigrant families, and often the first to go to college--have to fight against racialized and gendered stereotypes. In Incidental Racialization, Diana Pan rigorously explores how systemic inequalities are produced and sustained in law schools. Through interviews with more than 100 law students and participant observations at two law schools, Pan examines how racialization happens alongside professional socialization. She investigates how panethnic students negotiate their identities, race, and gender in an institutional context. She also considers how their lived experiences factor into their student organization association choices and career paths. Incidental Racialization sheds light on how race operates in a law school setting for both students of color and in the minds of white students. It also provides broader insights regarding racial inequalities in society in general"-- Provided by publisher.
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xxii, 150 pages ; 23 cm
  • The consumer : food and art
  • God
  • Sports
  • Critics : food and art
  • Objectivity in art and law; the Kantian approach
  • Judginng under uncertainity.
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3. Law and mourning [2017]

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  • Law and mourning: an introduction / Martha Merrill Umphrey, Austin Sarat, Lawrence Douglas
  • Mourning in America : what's law got to do with it? / Ray D. Madoff
  • The mourning after : posthumous sperm retrieval and the new laws of mourning / Shai J. Lavi
  • To weep irish : keening and the law / Andrea Brady
  • Listening within the "grief of distortions" / Ann Pellegrini
  • Psychoanalysis, mourning, and the law : Achreber's paranoia as crisis of judging / Mark Sanders
  • Does mourning become the law? : commodity fetishism and political contestation / Catherine Kellogg.
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  • Introduction : marketing justice
  • Enrollment : precarity, casualization, and alternative admissions
  • "Charter review" : policy as culture and ideology
  • The legal ed moral economy bubble
  • Law school 2.0 : marketing integration, educating investors
  • Shared governance in the proprietary legal academy
  • "They want the rebels gone" : contract relations in a fiscal state of exception
  • The policy cascade : deregulation and moral hazard
  • Conclusion : the trouble with differentiation.
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1 online resource
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xvii, 184 pages ; 22 cm
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xii, 282 pages ; 24 cm.
Historian Matthew Crow unpacks the legal and political thought of Thomas Jefferson as a tool for thinking about constitutional transformation, settler colonialism, and race and civic identity in the era of the American Revolution. Thomas Jefferson's practices of reading, writing, and collecting legal history grew out of broader histories of early modern empire and political thought. As a result of the peculiar ways in which he theorized and experienced the imperial crisis and revolutionary constitutionalism, Jefferson came to understand a republican constitution as requiring a textual, material culture of law shared by citizens with the cultivated capacity to participate in such a culture. At the center of the story in Thomas Jefferson, Legal History, and the Art of Recollection, Crow concludes, we find legal history as a mode of organizing and governing collective memory, and as a way of instituting a particular form of legal subjectivity.
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xxii, 216 pages : 1 illustration ; 20 cm
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216 pages ; 24 cm.
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111 pages ; 20 cm.
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11. Droit du Luxembourg [2016]

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111 pages ; 20 cm.
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12. Droit du Maroc [2016]

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113 pages ; 20 cm.
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xviii, 364 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
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159 pages ; 23 cm.
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  • Introduction
  • Types of society, types of law
  • Law in the everyday, everywhere
  • The color of law
  • Many laws, many orders
  • The talk versus the walk of law
  • Law and social justice: plus ça change . . .
  • Reflecting on law's image: an inward turn?
  • Conclusion.
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2, 348 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
本书为中国社会科学院近代史研究法律史研究 群于2015年7月举办的"第一届近代法律史论坛暨纪 念瞿同祖先生诞辰105周年学术研讨会"的成果结集 .不仅充分展示了近代法律史研究的前沿成果, 也为近代法律史研究扩展了新领域, 提供了新思路与新方法.
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285 pages ; 18 cm.
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4, 251 pages ; 24 cm
本书旨在对20世纪中国法律史学的演进趋势进行 较全面和系统的阐述.该书稿由緖论和九章正文组 成, 论述了20世纪中国法律史学科产生的社会背景, 发展路径及阶段性特点, 剖析了各不同学派特色及各学派对中国法律史学 的贡献, 揭示了中国法律史学理论与方法的创获, 论述了法律史学研究机构及对中国法律史学科的 推进, 深入探讨了瞿同祖"中国法律与中国社会", 张晋藩任总主编的"中国法制通史"等中国法律史 书的编撰成就, 并在全面考察20世纪中国法律古籍文献整理成果 的基础上, 总结了法律古籍整理研究成果在填补法律史料的 空白.
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125 pages ; 19 cm.
"L'histoire de la justice a été profondément renouvelée au cours des dernières décennies, parallèlement à la place nouvelle acquise par les juges dans la société comme dans leurs rapports avec le pouvoir politique. Ce livre en propose une synthèse en mettant l'accent sur l'évolution des institutions juridictionnelles, de la magistrature et de la façon dont celle-ci régule les conflits civils et réprime les infractions pénales. Il met en lumière la succession de trois modèles de justice. La révolution de 1789 institue une justice libérale et démocratique fondée sur la souveraineté nationale, les citoyens étant étroitement associés à son exercice. Ce modèle libéral fait place, à partir du Consulat, à celui d'une justice étatisée, contrôlée par le pouvoir politique, exécutif dans les périodes autoritaires, parlementaire sous les régimes républicains. Le mouvement d'émancipation des juges, amorcé dans les années 1970, conduit à s'interroger depuis sur l'existence d'un nouveau modèle : au sein d'un État de droit, la justice aurait acquis sinon une place dominante, du moins plus d'indépendance."--Page 4 of cover.
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20. Rechtsvergleichung [2015]

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xxxii, 1010 pages ; 25 cm
  • Einführung: Was ist Rechtsvergleichung?
  • Ziele der Rechtsvergleichung
  • Die rechtsvergleichende Methode
  • Rechtskreise, Rechtskultur und Kontext
  • Der Kontext des common law
  • Der Grundkontext kontinentaleuropäischen Rechts
  • Die Vielfalt des kontinentaleuropäischen Kontexts
  • Der Kontext afrikanischen Rechts
  • Kontexte in Asien
  • Der Kontext des islamischen Rechts
  • Kontexte transnationalen Rechts.
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