32 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2007)

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Social Inquiry
Volume 32, Number 1, Winter 2007
In This Issue
Christopher Tomlins
ARTICLES
Bound to One's Own Words? Early Defenses and Their Binding                 5
Effects in Different Criminal Cases
Thomas Scheffer, Kati Hannken-Illjes, and Alex Kozin
The Forces of Conviction: The Power and Practice of Mandatory            41
Prosecution upon Misdemeanor Domestic Battery Suspects
Keith Guzik
SYMPOSIUM: Law, Lawyers, and Transnational Politics in
the Production of Europe
Introduction: Law, Lawyers, and Transnational Politics in the       75
Production of Europe
Antonin Cohen and Antoine Vauchez
The Force of International Law: Lawyers' Diplomacy on the           83
International Scene in the 1920s
Guillaume Sacriste and Antoine Vauchez
Constitutionalism Without Constitution: Transnational Elites       109
Between Political Mobilization and Legal Expertise in
the Making of a Constitution for Europe (1940s-1960s)
Antonin Cohen
From Cold War Instrument to Supreme European Court:                137
The European Court of Human Rights at the Crossroads of
International and National Law and Politics
Mikael Rask Madsen
From a Symbolic Boom to a Marketing Bust: Genesis and              161
Reconstruction of a Field of Legal and Political Expertise at
the Crossroads of a Europe Opening to the Atlantic
Yves Dezalay
The European Brotherhood of Lawyers: The Reinvention of            183
Legal Science in the Making of European Private Law
Harm Schepel
REVIEW ESSAYS                                                            201
Being in Public: The Threat and Promise of Stranger Contact              203
Davina Cooper
SYMPOSIUM: Rights of Inclusion
Rights of Inclusion: Integrating Identity at the Bottom of         233
the Dispute Pyramid
Ellen Berrey and Laura Beth Nielsen
A Disability Lens on Sociolegal Research: Reading Rights of        261
Inclusion from a Disability Studies Perspective
Katharina Heyer
BOOK NOTES                                                               295

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