Social Critiques of Law
Social Critiques of Law (SoCriL) is a research group dedicated to the critical study of law, regulation and governance.
It aims to provide innovative insights by allying interdisciplinary critical perspectives with particular practices, examples, or empirical explorations of the social lives of law.
TOMORROW NIGHT: @CeCIL_UniKent and SoCriL film night: 'Darwin's Nightmare', 6pm, KLT5, in Keynes College. Look forward to seeing you there!Posted 389 days ago
Workshop (25 March) on the critical evaluation and furthering of a long standing project titled the Urban Protocols… https://t.co/Ub9zuwJNeiPosted 472 days ago
After the Critical Legal Conference 2016, SoCriL has three events lined up for the autumn term and more to come. See our events page!Posted 596 days ago
From 1-3 September, KLS will be hosting the Critical Legal Conference 2016, with plenary sessions and panels including SoCriL members.Posted 596 days ago