40 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2015)

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     Law &


           Social Inquiry



                     Volume 40, Number 1, Winter 2015

ARTICLES

Law's Social Forms: A Powerless Approach to the Sociology of Law
     Sida Liu                                                                 1
Judicial Specialization and Ideological Decision Making in the US Courts of Appeals
     Brett Curry and Banks Miller                                            29
The Questionable Character of the Bar's Character and Fitness Inquiry
     Leslie C. Levin, Christine Zozula, and Peter Siegelman                  51
The War on Drugs Comes to the Pharmacy Counter: Frontline Work
in the Shadow of Discrepant Institutional Logics
     Elizabeth Chiarello                                                     86
Law Enforcement as Legal Mobilization: Reforming the Pharmaceutical
Industry Through Government Litigation
     Paul Nolette                                                           123
Perceptions of Legitimacy: The Sex of the Legal Messenger and Reactions
to Sexual Harassment Training
     Justine Tinkler, Skylar Gremillion, and Kira Arthurs                   152
Legal Ambiguity in Managerial Assessments of Criminal Records
     Sarah Esther Lageson, Mike Vuolo, and Christopher Uggen                175
Therapeutic Jurisprudence in Practice: Changes in Family Treatment
Court Norms Over Time
     Suzanna Fay-Ramirez                                                    205

REVIEW ESSAYS                                                              237

SYMPOSIUM: Parker's Common Law, History, and Democracy in America
   The Predicament of Modem Law: Parker's History of a Law Without
   a History that Matters
     Marianne Constable                                                     238
   Turning the Tables on Legal History: Parker's Common Law, History,
   and Democracy in America
     Shai Lavi                                                              245
   The Times of Law
     Renisa Mawani                                                          253
   Response: The Politeness of History
     Kunal M. Parker                                                        264
Toward a New Legal History of Capitalism and Unfree Labor: Law, Slavery, and
Emancipation in the American Marketplace
     Matthew A. Axtell                                                      270

BOOK NOTES                                                                 301

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