Jurisprudence: Contemporary Readings, Problems & Narratives (American Casebooks)

Jurisprudence: Contemporary Readings, Problems & Narratives (American Casebooks)

Canvasses virtually all major schools of contemporary legal thought—critical legal studies, feminist legal theory, critical race theory, pragmatism, and postmodernism—and vital interdisciplinary efforts—law and economics, science, and literature. Includes an extensive consideration of the history and legacy of legal realism, and a brief introduction to reconstructive legal theory. Chapters begin with original introductory essays designed to establish the context and preview the themes to follow. Readings include works of leading theorists from each school followed by a set of critical notes. Enriched by original narratives and problem-solving exercises of a practical and theoretical nature.


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