Special Issue "Modern Trends in Legal Scholarship: Emerging Doctrines and Theories"
A special issue of Laws (ISSN 2075-471X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 September 2012)
This Inaugural Edition of Laws is devoted to a general examination of the theory, doctrine, and future trends of several of the foundational issues in legal scholarship. Each author is a world-class scholar eminent in his or her field. The purpose is to examine the history, current doctrine, theories, and future directions of the field as a whole. Each chapter, wherever possible, will focus on the most salient problems in the field, rather than close detailed examination of a small problem. He or she will, wherever possible, make the chapter readable and relevant to a transnational readership, so that the key ideas are not overly focused on a single country. We would like this inaugural volume to be a key reference point for scholars and the wider community interested in the field of law—as it has been, where it is today, and the directions in which it is heading.
Prof. Dr. Lawrence O. Gostin