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Perspectives (2011)

Forward

Editor-In-Chief Michael Lopez

The lives we live are grounded in perspective.  As Fyodor Dostoevsky writes in Notes from Underground – a work that shattered the limits (and so expanded them) of fiction, "I am a sick man . . . I am a spiteful man." Read more . . .

Essays 

Sanford Levinson

Sanford Levinson

Multiculturalism and Great American West: Some Ruminations

Ian Ward

Ian Ward

On Literary Jurisprudence

 

Patrick Gudridge

Patrick Gudridge

Paper Tectonics

 

Larry Woiwode

Larry Woiwode

A Literary Guide to Litigation

Responses

Thomas Eske Rasumssen

Thomas Eske Rasmussen

Multiculturalism: An Uncertainty in Openness

Melanie Williams

Melanie Williams

Subterranean Jurisprudence: Taking Students to the Abyss

Michael Lopez

Michael Lopez

The Shifting Self: Understanding Law, Narrativity, and the Social Order

Elif Sonmez

Elif Sonmez

The Jury Knows How This One Ends: Popular Narrative Influence on Jury Trial Bias