LAW AND SOCIAL INQUIRY
Vols. 1-45. Chicago, 1976-2020. Partly reprint.
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- 1976-1987 published as AMERICAN BAR FOUNDATION: RESEARCH JOURNAL
- Empirical research is rare in legal scholarship. The American Bar Foundation is an independent research institute committed to sociolegal research. Its professional journal LAW AND SOCIAL INQUIRY, a significant contribution to the legal literature, is refereed and its content is empirical and theoretical. The journal is typically in three sections: The first contains lengthy articles of an empirical nature directed at legal institutions, lawyers and law, the second is a series of critical review essays of books that impact on law and society and the third is shorter book notes (Katz).
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