ISSN: 1839-4183
PublishedSeptember 26, 2019

Vol 36, No 1 (2019): Law & Society and Law & Technology

Published September 26, 2019

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Editorial

Editorial
Pompeu Casanovas , Jianfu Chen , David Wishart

Abstract 72
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Journal Article

Journal Article
Lawrence M. Friedman

Abstract 46
Online date : 2019-08-12 14:53:51

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Journal Article
Martin Chanock

Abstract 50
Online date : 2019-08-12 15:14:23

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Journal Article
Richard L. Abel

Abstract 31
Online date : 2019-08-12 16:11:13

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Journal Article
Susanne Davies

Abstract 50
Online date : 2019-08-11 16:16:01

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Journal Article
Sue Jaffer, Nicholas Morris

Abstract 51
Online date : 2019-08-12 16:20:39

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Journal Article
Zhiqiong June Wang

Abstract 267
Online date : 2019-08-12 16:25:16

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Journal Article
John Zeleznikow

Abstract 35
Online date : 2019-08-12 16:37:33

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Journal Article
Kevin D. Ashley

Abstract 120
Online date : 2019-08-12 16:32:55

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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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This site is the home of Law in Context which has been relaunched in September 2019 as an Open Access Journal. Since its creation in 1983 by the La Trobe Law SchoolLaw in Context has been a leading Australian journal for the contextual study of law and society. That tradition of leadership will continue as we move to Open Access, reaching a larger audience and tackling new and emerging issues with regular focus areas such as Law & Technology, Artificial Intelligence & Law, and Health, Law and Society.