ISSN: 1839-4183
PublishedJune 26, 2022

Vol 37, No 3 (2021)

Published June 26, 2022

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Editorial

Editorial
David Wishart

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Journal Article

Journal Article
Ozlem Susler, Alperhan Babacan

Abstract 248
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Journal Article
Greg Adamson

Abstract 63
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Journal Article
Niamh Kinchin

Abstract 518
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Journal Article
Patrick Keyzer, Matthew Richardson

Abstract 23
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Sarah Moulds, Nadia Corsini, Jeremy Ryder, Nectaria Calan

Abstract 255
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Journal Article
Scott Calnan

Abstract 85
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Shih-Ning Then, Terry Carney, Christine Bigby, Ilan Wiesel, Elizabeth Smith, Jacinta Douglas

Abstract 407
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Review

Review
Nadia Stojanova

Abstract 46
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Review
Zhiqiong June Wang

Abstract 118
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Review
Benjamin Wilkie

Abstract 19
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Review
Leigh Toomey

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Law in Context is a leading Australian journal for the contextual study of law and society. The journal is edited from the La Trobe Law School in Melbourne, Australia. For more than 30 years, Law in Context has published important scholarly work exploring the context and operation of law in Australia and internationally. Law in Context publishes socio-legal articles that explore the social, historical, economic, political and technological aspects of the operation of law. The journal welcomes original articles for general issues and expressions of interest in developing future special issues. 

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