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"Law as...": Theory and Method in Legal History Conference

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Summary: April 16-17, 2010. Legal historians have long explained law through its relationship to what lies "outside" it: law and society, law and policy, law and economy. What if we imagine them as the same phenomenon - not law and economy, but law as economy (or economy as law)? What of law as art, as science, as war, as peace?

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