Law and Literature


Law and Literature

Publisher: University of California Press

Law and Literature, published triennially and edited by faculty of the
Cardozo School of Law and a board of international scholars, is one of only
two journals in the country entirely focused on the interdisciplinary
movement known as Law and Literature. The movement, which extols law-related
literature and the literary value of legal documents, provides a unique
perspective on how law and literature are mutually enlightening.

Issues in private law and public law, restrictions on creative expression,
gender and racial bias, hermeneutics (interpretive methodologies), and legal
themes in works of literature are among the journal¹s regular topics.

Abstracting & Indexing Information:

Index to Legal Periodicals & Books (Jul.1990-)
LegalTrac, Online (Mar.1989-)
Literature Online
M L A International Bibliography of Books and Articles on the Modern
Languages and Literatures (Modern Language Association of America) (2002- )

ISSN: 1535-685X

Content available by subscription. Free sample article available online.

Current Issue: Spring 2004 (Volume 16, Number 1)

Date: 20 July 2004

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, July 20, 2004
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