S&LS 25th Anniversary Celebration

This year marks twenty five years since the launch of Social & Legal Studies. To mark its quarter century, the sixth issue of the 2017 volume will present a series of specially commissioned articles which review many of the fields of scholarship to which Social & Legal Studies has made a major contribution since 1992. In conjunction with this anniversary special issue, the Editorial Board invites you to a celebration to mark the Journal’s success.

The event begins with a retrospective seminar of reflections on socio-legal studies, politics and the academy, the changes and continuities within legal discourse in the past quarter century and, of course, the evolution of Social & Legal Studies itself. The Editorial Board is delighted to welcome Professor Carol Smart, one of the Journal’s founding editors; as well as contributors to the special issue, Professors Susan Boyd, Debra Parkes, Jon Goldberg-Hiller, Sol Picciotto, Dave Campbell, Ambreena Manji, John Harrington, Costas Douzinas, Alan Norrie and Dr Henrique Carvalho.

This will be followed by drinks and a buffet dinner to which all friends of Social & Legal Studies are invited.

The City Law School, City, University of London, is proud to host this occasion and offers its congratulations to Social & Legal Studies on a distinguished quarter century of critically engaged scholarship.

To register your attendance at the event please complete the online form.

For more information about the event, and directions to the university please visit the event website.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Yours Sincerely,

The City Law School

City, University of London

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