Volume I: Historical development Part 1: Foundations (and Critique) 1. Roscoe Pound, `Law in Books and Law in Action', American Law Review, 1910, 44, 12-36. 2. Takeyoshi Kawashima, `Dispute Resolution in Contemporary Japan', in Arthur Taylor von Mehren (ed.), Law in Japan: The Legal Order in a Changing Society (Harvard University Press, 1963), pp. 41-59. 3. Elizabeth Mensch, `The History of Mainstream Legal Thought', in David Kairys (ed.), The Politics of Law (Pantheon Books, 1990), pp. 18-20. 4. A. Sarat and S. Silbey, `The Pull of the Policy Audience', Law and Policy, 1988, 10, 2-3, 97-166. 5. D. Trubek and J. Essner, `"Critical Empiricism" in American Legal Studies: Paradox, Program or Pandora's Box', Law and Social Inquiry, 1989, 14, 3-52. 6. A. Sarat, `Off to Meet the Wizard: Beyond Validity and Reliability in the Search for a Post-Empiricist Sociology of Law', Law & Social Inquiry, 1990, 15, 1, 155-70. 7. R. Cotterell, `Why Must Legal Rules be Interpreted Sociologically?', Journal of Law and Society, 1998, 25, 2, 171-92. 8. D. Nelken, `Blinding Insights? The Limits of a Reflexive Sociology of Law', Journal of Law and Society, 1998, 25, 3, 407-26. 9. P. Carlen, `Remedial Routines for the Maintenance of Control in Magistrates Courts', British Journal of Law and Society, 1974, 1, 2, 101-17. Part 2: Directions of Travel: Law and ... 10. Bridget Hutter and Sally Lloyd-Bostock, `Law's Relationship with Social Science: The Interdependence of Theory, Empirical Work and Social Relevance in Socio-Legal Studies', in Keith Hawkins (ed.), The Human Face of Law: Essays in Honour of Donald Harris (OUP, 1997), pp. 19-45. 11. J. Balkin and S. Levinson, `Law and the Humanities: An Uneasy Relationship', Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, 2006, 18, 105-15. 12. Douglas W. Vick, `Interdisciplinarity and the Discipline of Law', Journal of Law and Society, 2004, 31, 2, 163-93. 13. L. B. Edelman, `Rivers of Law and Contested Terrain: A Law and Society Approach to Economic Rationality', Law & Society Review, 2004, 38, 181-98. 14. D. Delaney, R. Ford, and N. Blomley, `Where is Law?', in N. Blomley, D. Delaney, and R. Ford (eds.), The Legal Geographies Reader (Blackwell, 2001), pp. xiii-xxii. 15. N. Rose and M. Valverde, `Governed by Law?', Social and Legal Studies, 1998, 7, 4, 541-51. 16. A Riles, `A New Agenda for the Cultural Study of Law: Taking on the Technicalities', Buffalo Law Review, 2005-6, 63, 4, 973-1033. 17. Bruno Latour, `How to Resume the Task of Tracing Associations', Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory (OUP, 2005), pp. 1-17. Volume II: Methodologies and themes Part 3: Themes 18. William J. Chambliss, `Sociological Analysis of the Law of Vagrancy', Social Problems, 1964, 12, 1, 67-77. 19. Richard Lempert, `A Classic at 25: Reflections on Galanter's "Haves" Article and Work it Has Inspired', Law & Society Review, 1999, 33, 4, 1099-112. 20. William L. F. Felstiner, Richard L. Abel, and Austin Sarat, `The Emergence and Transformation of Disputes: Naming, Blaming, Claiming ...', Law & Society Review, 1980-1, 15, 3/4, 631-54. 21. D. McBarnet, `Conclusion and Implications', Conviction (Macmillan, 1981), pp. 154-68. 22. A. Sarat, `"The Law is All Over": Power, Resistance, and the Legal Consciousness of the Welfare Poor', Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, 1990, 2, 343-80. 23. B. Morgan, `The Economization of Politics: Meta Regulation as a Form of Nonjudicial Legality', Social and Legal Studies, 2003, 12, 4, 489-524. 24. C. Shearing and P. Stenning, `From the Panopticon to Disneyworld: The Development of Discipline', in A. Doob and E. Greenspan (eds.), Perspectives in Criminal Law (Canada Law Book Inc., 1984), pp. 335-49. 25. P. J. May, `Performance-Based Regulation and Regulatory Regimes: The Saga of Leaky Buildings', Law & Policy, 2003, 25, 381-401. 26. Antonia Layard, `Shopping in the Public Realm: A Law of Place', Journal of Law and Society, 2010, 37, 3, 412-41. 27. P. Ewick and S. Silbey, `The Common Place of Law', The Common Place of Law: Stories from Everyday Life (University of Chicago Press, 1998), pp. 15-32. 28. P. Ewick and S. Silbey, `The Social Construction of Legality', The Common Place of Law: Stories from Everyday Life (University of Chicago Press, 1998), pp. 33-53. Part 4: Methodological Perspectives 29. B. De Sousa Santos, `Law: A Map of Misreading: Toward a Postmodern Conception of Law', Journal of Law and Society, 1977, 14, 3, 279-302. 30. Robert Dingwall, `Atrocity Stories and Professional Relationships', Work and Occupations, 1977, 4, 4, 371-96. 31. Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey, Gillian Calder, Angela Cameron, Maneesha Deckha, Rebecca Johnson, Hester Lessard, Maureen Maloney, and Margot Young, `Postcard from the Edge (of Empire)', Social & Legal Studies, 2008, 17, 1, 5-38. 32. R. Lempert, `Discretion in a Behavioural Perspective: The Case of a Public Housing Eviction Board', in K. Hawkins (ed.), The Uses of Discretion (OUP, 1990), pp. 185-230. 33. Douglas W. Vick and Kevin Campbell, `Public Protests, Private Lawsuits, and the Market: The Investor Response to the McLibel Case', Journal of Law and Society, 2001, 28, 2, 204-41. 34. Mariana Valverde, `Jurisdiction and Scale: Legal "Technicalities" as Resources for Theory', Social and Legal Studies, 2009, 18, 2, 139-57. Volume III: Legal Processes and Professional Groups within the Legal Field Part 5: Street-Level Bureaucracy and Administrative Justice 35. M. Bouvens and Stavros Zouridis, `From Street-Level to System-Level Bureaucracies: How Information and Communication Technology is Transforming Administrative Discretion and Constitutional Control', Public Administration Review, 2002, 62, 2, 174-84. 36. T. Evans and J. Harris, `Street Level Bureaucracy, Social Work and the (Exaggerated) Death of Discretion', British Journal of Social Work, 2004, 34, 6, 871-95. 37. Mike Adler and Stuart Asquith, `Discretion and Power', Discretion and Welfare (Heinemann Education, 1981), pp. 9-32. Part 6: Courts and Trials (including ICC) 38. P. Carlen, `Remedial Routines for the Maintenance of Control in Magistrates' Courts', British Journal of Law and Society, 1974, 1, 2, 101-17. 39. A. Duff, L. Farmer, S. Marshall, and V. Tadros, `Communicative Participation', The Trial on Trial, Vol. III (Hart Publishing, 2007). 40. David Luban, `Settlements and the Erosion of the Public Realm', Georgetown Law Journal, 1994-5, 83, 2619. Part 7: Disputes and Alternative Dispute Resolution 41. D. Greatbach and R. Dingwall, `Selective Facilitation: Some Preliminary Observations on a Strategy Used by Divorce Mediators', Law and Society Review, 1989, 23, 4, 613-41. 42. L. Mulcahy, `The Possibilities and Desirability of Mediator Neutrality: Towards an Ethic of Partiality', Social and Legal Studies, 2002, 10, 4. 43. Simon Roberts, `"Listing Concentrates the Mind": The English Civil Court as an Arena for Structured Negotiation', Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 2009, 29, 3, 457-79. Part 8: Lawyers Work Including Legal Ethics 44. J. Morison and P. Leith, The Barrister's World and the Nature of Law (Open University Press, 1992) (extract). 45. W. Felstiner and A. Sarat, `Negotiation Between Lawyers and Client in an American Divorce', in Dingwall and Eekelaar (eds.), Divorce Mediation and the Legal Process (Clarendon Press, 1988). 46. J. Grossman, The Art of Alibi: English Law Courts and the Novel (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002). Part 9: Judges and Magistrates 47. S. Roach Anleu and K. Mack, `Magistrates' Everyday Work and Emotional Labour', Journal of Law and Society, 2005, 32, 4, 590-614. 48. Regina Graycar, `The Gender of Judgments', in Margaret Thornton (ed.), Public and Private: Feminist Legal Debates (OUP, 1995). 49. Yves Dezalay and Bryant Garth, `Merchants of Law as Moral Entrepreneurs: Constructing International Justice from the Competition for Transnational Business Disputes', Law & Society Review, 1995, 29, 27. Volume IV: substantive areas Part 10: Medicine and Technology 50. R. Lee and D. Morgan, `Regulating Risk Society: Stigmata Cases, Scientific Citizenship and Biomedical Diplomacy', Sydney Law Review, 2001, 23, 297-318. 51. Laura Williamson, Marie Fox, and Sheila McLean, `The Regulation of Xenotransplantation in the United Kingdom after UKXIRA: Legal and Ethical Issues', Journal of Law and Society, 2007, 34, 4, 441-64. 52. Bita Amani and Rosemary Coombe, `The Human Genome Diversity Project: The Politics of Patents at the Intersection of Race, Religion, and Research Ethics', Law & Policy, 2005, 27, 1, 152-88. Part 11: Obligations and Property 53. S. Lloyd-Bostock, `Fault and Liability for Accidents: The Accident Victim's Perspective', Compensation and Support for Illness and Injury (OUP, 1984), pp. 139-62. 54. D. Campbell and D. Harris, `Flexibility in Long-Term Contractual Relationships: The Role of Co-operation', Journal of Law and Society, 1993, 20, 2, 166-91. 55. D. Cowan, C. Hunter, and H. Pawson, `Jurisdiction and Scale: Rent Arrears, Housing Associations and Human Rights', Journal of Law and Society, 2012, 39, 269-95. Part 12: Families 56. J. Goldberg-Hiller, `The Status of Status: Domestic Partnership and the Politics of Same-Sex Marriage', Studies in Law, Politics and Society, 1999, 19, 3-38. 57. C. Stychin, `Family Friendly? Rights, Responsibility and Relationship "Recognition"', in A. Diduck and K. O'Donovan, Feminist Perspectives on Family Law (Routledge, 2006), pp. 21-39. 58. N. Rose, `Beyond the Public/Private Division: Law, Power and the Family', Journal of Law and Society, 1987, 14, 1, 61-76. Part 13: Corporate Activity 59. S. Wheeler, `Towards a New Capitalism', Corporations and the Third Way (Hart Publishing, 2002), pp. 9-58. 60. D. McBarnet and C. Whelan, `The Elusive Spirit of the Law: Formalism and the Struggle for Legal Control', Modern Law Review, 1991, 54, 6, 848-73. 61. A. Riles, `From Design to Technique in Global Financial Governance', Collateral Knowledge: Legal Reasoning in the Global Financial Markets (University of Chicago Press, 2011), pp. 223-47. Part 14: Regulation, Environment, and Natural Resource Management 62. B. Morgan, `Rights and Regulation as a Framework for Exploring Reverse Legal Transfers: Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony in the Bolivian Water Sector', in J. Gillespie and P. Nicholson (eds.), Law and Development and the Global Discourses of Legal Transfer (Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 82-119. 63. N. Blomley, `How to Turn a Beggar into a Bus Stop: Law, Traffic and the "Function of the Place"', Urban Studies, 2007, 44, 1697-712. 64. E. Fisher, B. Lange, E. Scotford, and C. Carlarne, `Maturity and Methodology: Starting a Debate about Environmental Law Scholarship', Journal of Environmental Law, 2009, 21, 2), 213-50.
David Cowan, University of Bristol; Linda Mulcahy, London School of Economics; and Sally Wheeler, Queen's University, Belfast