The study of constitutions and constitutionalism in their social context, emphasizing their character, goals, and socio-economic and political factors.
Addressing issues of accountability and identifying measures for future reform of regulatory regimes and the markets in which they operate.
Covering issues including alternative dispute resolution and legal aid, an examination of the principles and procedures that should, or do apply within European civil justice systems.
A critical assessment of the role of courts in the public policymaking process, their level of influence, and the legitimacy of their involvement.
Assessing the interaction between law and socio-economic development, democracy, and human rights.
Incorporating issues of film, censorship, and free expression in developing countries, through a comparative approach to legal and literary interpretation.
A collection of analysis of socio-legal issues confronting pracitioners and policymakers today.
Previous research into rule of law in China and the social contract.
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