The Critical Legal Studies Movement

Author: Roberto Mangabeira Unger
Publisher: Verso
ISBN: 9781781683392
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A professor at Harvard Law School examines the critical legal studies movement, started by Brazilian social theorist Roberto Unger, which uncovers the hidden interests and class denominations that exist in legal frameworks, particularly in ...

Prens

Author: Niccolò Machiavelli
Publisher: Can Yayınları
ISBN: 9750717333
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The North Carolina State Bar Journal

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Growing out of that conference, the law task force has met by a monthly
conference call since that time, has held annual retreats, and has made
presentations and organized several events around the country. Members of ...
Gabel was a founder of the Critical Legal Studies movement, is co-editor of
Tikkun magazine, and the author of many articles and essays, some of which are
collected in his book, The Bank Teller and Other Essays on the Politics of
Meaning (Acada Books, 2000).

Legal Education Review

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Easterbrook, previously colleagues in the law and economics movement at the
University of Chicago and now colleagues on the Court of Appeals for the
Seventh Circuit. Despite these noted exceptions ... The remaining white male
liberals are being assailed by critical legal studies activists, feminists and
minorities. The result is a much ... The lessening commitment referred to involves
a greater proportion of time and effort spent in the "service" or "other" categories.
Some of this work is ...