39 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2014)

handle is hein.journals/lsociq39 and id is 1 raw text is: Law &
Social Inquiry
Volume 39, Number 1, Winter 2014
ARTICLES
International Arbitration and Judicial Politics in Authoritarian States
Mark Fathi Massoud                                                             1
Legal Subjectivity Among Youth Victims of Sexual Abuse
Heather R. Hlavka                                                            31
Funding the Cause: How Public Interest Law Organizations Fund Their
Activities and Why It Matters for Social Change
Catherine R. Albiston and Laura Beth Nielsen                                 62
Professionals' Contribution to the Legislative Process: Between Self, Client,
and the Public
Adam S. Hofri-Winogradow                                                     96
Rules of Possession Revisited: Property and the Problem of Social Order
Daniel Fitzpatrick and Susana Barnes                                         127
Experiments in the Courtroom: Social Dynamics and Spectacles of Proof in
Early Modern English Witch Trials
Orna Alyagon Darr                                                           152
Noncompliance with Parental Leave Provisions in Korea: Extending Institutional
Research to a New Legal Context
Kyungmin Baek and Erin L. Kelly                                             176
REVIEW ESSAYS                                                                        203
SYMPOSIUM: Calavita's Invitation to Law & Society: An Introduction to the
Study of Real Law
Calavita's Invitation to Law & Society: Introduction to the Symposium
Richard Lempert                                                             204
Calavita's Law & Society: (En)racing Law and Society
Jeannine Bell                                                                209
From Movement to Mentality, from Paradigm to Perspective, from Action to
Performance: Law and Society at Mid-Life
Austin Sarat                                                                 217
Bucking the Party Line: Calavita's Invitation to Law & Society (In Which the Author Is
Invited to a Party Where He Encounters Many Old and Familiar Faces, Becomes
Argumentative, Stays Up Too Late, and Finally Departs in Search of New Adventures)
Christopher Tomlins                                                          226
Rorschach Tests, Pluralism, and Hopes for the Future: A Response to the Responses
Kitty Calavita                                                               234
Lochner v. New York and the Challenge of Legal Historiography
Howard Schweber                                                              242

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