Social and Legal Studies was founded in 1992 to develop progressive, interdisciplinary and critical approaches towards socio-legal study. At the heart of the journal has been a commitment towards feminist, post-colonialist, and socialist economic perspectives on law. These remain core animating principles. We aim to create an intellectual space where diverse traditions and critical approaches within legal study meet. We particularly welcome work in new fields of socio-legal study, as well as non-Western scholarship.
An up-to-date list of the Journal’s Editorial Board can be found at this link.
The Table of Contents of the current issue of the Journal can be found at this link.
The list of Online First articles can be found at this link.
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