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‘The Cutting Edge of Cocking About’: Top Gear, Automobility and Law
Kieran Tranter and Damien Martin
Oaths, Credibility and the Legal Process in Early Modern England: Part Two
Barbara J Shapiro
Towards a Critique of Narrative Reason
Recovering the Lost Human Stories of Law: Finding Mrs Burns
Lost for Words: Embodying Law through Tanztheater
Julen Etxabe, The Experience of Tragic Judgment
Ruth Herz, The Art of Justice: The Judge’s Perspective
Leslie J Moran, Gary Watt, Linda Mulcahy and David Isaac