Vulnerability and the Organisation of Academic Labour – A Special Issue of The Law Teacher

The Law Teacher, Volume 55, Issue 1 (2021)

This special issue of The Law Teacher was edited by Graham Ferris and Martha Albertson Fineman. Pieces and contributors include:

  • Vulnerability Theory and Higher Education by Risa L. Lieberwitz
  • Undermining Resilience: How the Modern UK University Manufactures Heightened Vulnerability in Legal Academics and What Is to Be Done by Graham Ferris
  • Rethinking the Neoliberal University: Embracing Vulnerability in English Law Schools? by Doug Morrison and Jessica Guth
  • Vulnerability, the Future of the Criminal Defence Profession, and the Implications for Teaching and Learning by Nicola Harris, Roxanna Dehaghani and Daniel Newman
  • Vulnerability Theory as a Tool against a Banking Model of Legal Education by Fabrizia Serafim
  • The Positive and Negative Roles of Grant Funding as Mechanisms for Societal Transformation and the Development of Community Resilience by M. Joan Wilson and W.R. Sexson
  • The University’s Fragile Role in Fostering Societal Resilience by Facilitating the Development of Community-Engaged Professionalism by W.R. Sexson and M.J. Wilson
  • Two Futures for Law Schools by Alastair Hudson
  • Book Review –  Key Directions in Legal Education: National and International Perspectives by Aysha Mazhar
  • Enemies of the People? How Judges Shape Society by Ben Waters
  • Book Review – Law and the Passions: Why Emotion Matters for Justice by Senthorun Raj
  • Book Review – Resisting Disappearance: Military Occupation and Women’s Activism in Kashmir by Gowri Nanayakkara
  • English Legal System by Alexia Zimbler
  • Criminal Law Directions by Kate Astall

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