4 Brit. J.L. & Soc'y [i] (1977)

handle is hein.journals/jlsocty4 and id is 1 raw text is: British Journal of Law and Society

VOLUME 4 NUMBER I
CONTENTS
ARTICLES

SUMMER 1977

The Bullock Report: The Coming of the Age of
Democracy                                  W.B. Creighton
Legal Ideology and Commercial Interest: The Social
Origins of the Commercial Law Codes         R.B. Ferguson
Poverty, Ideology and Legality: Supplementary Benefit
Appeal Tribunals and their Predecessors        T. Prosser
Relevance and Lay Participation in Juvenile Justice  S. Asquith
Punishment in Juvenile Justice               T.D. Campbell
COMMENTS
Challenging Sociological Definitions        N. MacCormick
Tied Cottage Reform                              H. Newby
Creeping Economism : Some Thoughts on
Law and Economics                            R. Cranston
The Police Act 1976                             L.H. Leigh
On The Fence                                      S. Henry

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