This new edition moves the text out of the 'In Principle' series, allowing a greater depth of treatment, while writing about legal theory as accessibly as possible. It explores how practices adopted by the courts involve the adoption of theoretical and jurisprudential positions and draws on the historical, legal and social conditions in which various legal theories were created, and examines how they influenced the practices of law. Diagrams, illustrations, tables, charts and photographs are used to demonstrate aspects of legal theories. A fold-out historical and contextual timeline tracks the contexts and practices of the theories across generations, allowing students to see the developments in legal theory over time.
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