Through the annual meetings of the Law and Society Association, the Citizenship and Immigration Collaborative Research Network supplies a forum during which students and practitioners who’re thinking about these issues can manage discussions, share work, and trade concepts. In the past, we’ve met to check research interests in numerous nationwide settings, and we have organized panels and roundtables on citizenship and immigration. Interested colleagues and researchers can join the listserv by emailing Miranda Hallett at This CRN examines legal development, constitutional legislation and legal cultures from the perspectives of each authorized sociology and comparative legislation.
The teaching and study of authorized historical past has deep roots in Wisconsin, where our groundbreaking strategy to historical studies examines the interplay between law and social forces –”legislation in context,” rather than regulation as a system unto itself. The Institute for Legal Studies, established in 1985, brings together faculty, fellows and college students to … Read More