Nbr. 40-3, September 2013
- GREEN GOVERNANCE: ECOLOGICAL SURVIVAL, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND THE LAW OF THE COMMONS by BURNS H. WESTON AND DAVID BOLLIER
- Loan Sharks v. Short‐term Lenders: How Do the Law and Regulators Draw the Line?
- Miscarriages of Justice and the Discourse of Innocence: Perspectives from Appellants, Campaigners, Journalists, and Legal Practitioners
- Privatizing the University and the New Political Economy of Socio‐Legal Studies: Remaking the (Legal) Academic Subject
- SLSA E‐Newsletter No. 68
- SOLDIER, SAILOR, BEGGARMAN, THIEF: CRIME AND THE BRITISH ARMED SERVICES SINCE 1914 by CLIVE EMSLEY and BLACK MARKET BRITAIN, 1939–1955 by MARK ROODHOUSE
- The Developing Habitus of the Anti‐Social Behaviour Practitioner: From Expansion in Years of Plenty to Surviving the Age of Austerity
- Weber Reading Stammler: What Horizons for the Sociology of Law?
- ‘Culturally Unsuited to Property Rights?’: Colonial Land Laws and African Societies