Critical Legal Studies: A Guide to the Literature

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Critical Legal Studies
A Guide to the Literature

Richard W. Bauman

WestviewPress

A Division of HarperCollinsPublishers

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - Bibliographies of Critical Legal Studies 1
  • 2 - Introduction to Critical Legal Studies 3
  • 3 - The Special Role of Roberto Unger 9
  • Works About Ungen 12
  • 4 - History of the Conference on Critical Legal Studies 17
  • 5 - Symposia on Critical Legal Studies 21
  • 6 - Legal History 25
  • 7 - Legal Theory 33
  • 8 - The Legal Profession 51
  • 9 - Contract Law 59
  • 10 - Tort Law 65
  • 11 - Constitutional Law 73
  • 12 - Criminal Law and Criminology 93
  • 13 - Labor Law 101
  • 14 - Property Law 113
  • 15 - Domestic Relations Law 119
  • 16 - Environmental Law 125
  • 17 - Corporations Lawz 129
  • 18 - Commercial Law 135
  • 19 - Legal Education 139
  • 20 - International Law 151
  • 21 - Comparative Legal Studies 159
  • 22 - Feminism and Law 163
  • 23 - Critical Race Theory 183
  • 24 - Marxism and Law 203
  • 25 - Alternative Forms of Dispute Resolution 211
  • 26 - Legal Aid 217
  • 27 - The Welfare State 223
  • 28 - Social Theory 229
  • 29 - Economic Analysis of Law 239
  • 30 - Law, Narrative and Literature 247
  • 31 - Legal Scholarship 255
  • 32 - Critiques of Critical Legal Studies 261
  • Index 271
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