Academic journal article Law & Society Review

Co-Editors' Note

Academic journal article Law & Society Review

Co-Editors' Note

Article excerpt

As the current team, one that spans three countries on two continents, submits this first issue of our final volume together, the North American wing wishes to say a deep thank you to Jennifer Balint, the journal's book review editor. Jennifer has been a key reason for the ongoing success of the journal over the last few years. She has provided a steady flow of book reviews, ensuring reviews that are appropriate both to the general issues and to our special issues. Her contributions as book review editor give depth and reach to the insights about current law and society research that the Law & Society Review is able to offer its readers.

This issue shows well the importance of the book review section. The first review provides us with a look into the exciting new collection edited by Annie Bunting and Joel Quirk, Contemporary Slavery: Popular Rhetoric and Political Practice. …

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