Critical Legal Studies
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
The critical legal studies movement involves a group of scholars who have political views ranging from disaffected liberalism to committed marxism to utopian anarchism. This movement in the field of jurisprudence has arisen aver the past ten years and hopes to influence a radical change in what they view as liberal orthodox legal theory. Topics of discussion include the intellectual foundations of the CLS movement, its principles and aims, its critique of the legal doctrine and ideas for change.
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Totowa, New Jersey
Critical legal studies; Law--Philosophy; Sociological jurisprudence
Hutchinson, Allan C., "Critical Legal Studies" (1989). Books. 94.