Vol 7, No 7 (2017)

Working the Boundaries of Law

Issue edited by Morag McDermont (University of Bristol, UK) and John Clarke (The Open University, UK).

Table of Contents


Introduction: Working the Boundaries of Law PDF
Morag McDermont, John Clarke 1383-1396

Thematic Articles

Led Up the Tribunal Path? Employment Disputes, Legal Consciousness and Trust in the Protection of Law PDF
Eleanor Joanne Kirk, Nicole Busby 1397-1420
Law and the 'Stbx': Online Fora and the ‘Delegalised Space’ of Family Law PDF
Samuel Kirwan 1421-1444
Working in Law’s Borderlands: Translation and the Work of an Advice Office PDF
Morag McDermont, Eleanor Kirk 1445-1464
Innovation and Patchwork Partnerships: Advice Services in Austere Times PDF
Alice Forbess, Deborah James 1465-1486
Lawyers, Legal Advice and Relationality in Sustainable Economy Initiatives PDF
Bronwen Morgan 1487-1508
The Practice of Immigration and Nationality Law: Setting Boundaries of Specialization at the Margins PDF
Devyani Prabhat, Jessica Hambly 1509-1531
The (Non)Violence of Private Ordering PDF
Prashan Ranasinghe 1532-1556
Decentering Law through Public Legal Education PDF
Lisa Wintersteiger, Tara Mulqueen 1557-1580

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