Law and Society
- Matthew Lippman - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Crime and Law
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“Law and Society is written in a way that is accessible to students. It's very easy to get lost in legal jargon and endless courts cases, but this text does a good job of avoiding those things…This is the best available law and society textbook.”
“Law and Society provides a good overview of information about the way the system functions and the interplay between law and society. It does so by using historical and current examples and information that highlight the ongoing relationship between law and society.”
“Matthew Lippman's work is a comprehensive dive into the many contours of law and society…The historical discussions throughout the book provide enormous value to the understanding of our current legal system in the U.S.”
Very informative and relevant Appropriate college level for students.
Sample Materials & Chapters
CHAPTER 1. An Introduction to Law and Society
CHAPTER 2. Theories of Law and Justice