Law and development
Thinking into | about practice
Academics and practitioners are invited to contribute to this collection by informally drawing on text, objects and/or images to reflect upon the nexus between thinking and practice in the field of law and development.
To propose a new contribution please contact academic coordinator Amanda Perry-Kessaris.
This collection is part of the Legal Treasure Project.
To view items in the collection please click the names to the left or titles below
- Chagos: stripped bare and subverted, Kinnari Bhatt
- Law and development begins at home, Veronica L. Taylor
- The effects of good and bad government, Clare Manuel
- Taking control of our natural resources, Liz Alden Wily
- Rhinoceros, Fiona Macmillan
- Taking possession of ‘new’ countries, Amanda Perry-Kessaris
- You may be a consultant but you are still, and will always be, a student, Patrick McAuslan
- Visualising Constitutionalism in China, Ernest Caldwell
- The Great Wave, Janet McKnight
- The Boring Rule of Law, Richard Zajac-Sannerholm