Nbr. 51-3, September 2017
- Buddhism, Politics, and the Limits of Law: The Pyrrhic Constitutionalism of Sri Lanka. By Benjamin Schonthal. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2016.
- Buying a Bride: An Engaging History of Mail‐Order Matches. By Marcia A. Zug. New York: New York University Press, 2016.
- Can Juries be Lost in Translation?
- Contesting Immigration Policy in Court. Legal Activism and Its Radiating Effects in the United States and France. By Leila Kawar. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2015*.
- Crossing Borders and Criminalizing Identity: The Disintegrated Subjects of Administrative Sanctions
- Editors' Comment
- Friends You Can Trust: A Signaling Theory of Interest Group Litigation Before the U.S. Supreme Court
- Impact: How Law Affects Behavior. By Lawrence M. Friedman. Cambridge Massachusetts and London, England: Harvard University Press, 2016.
- Issue Information
- Learning from Precursors, Shaping It from Experiences
- Networking in the Shadow of the Law: Informal Access to Legal Expertise through Personal Network Ties
- Provisional Authority. Police, Order, and Security in India. By Beatrice Jauregui. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 2016.
- Race and Determinations of Discrimination: Vigilance, Cynicism, Skepticism, and Attitudes about Legal Mobilization in Employment Civil Rights
- The Difference Law Makes: Domestic Atrocity Laws and Human Rights Prosecutions
- The Dissemination of Jury Trials: A Reading from Argentina
- The Effect of Paramilitary Protest Policing on Protestors' Trust in the Police: The Case of the “Occupy Israel” Movement
- The Jury as a Translation of Democratic Participation and Political Conflict
- Trial by Jury: Story of a Legal Transplant