Socio-Legal Ethnography

THEORY AND METHOD IN SOCIO-LEGAL RESEARCH, R. Banakar & M. Travers, eds., Hart Publishing, 2005

16 Pages Posted: 7 Dec 2006

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John Flood

Griffith University - Griffith Law School; University College London; University of Westminster - School of Law; Centre for Blockchain Technologies

Abstract

The paper argues that in order to interpret meaningfully the complexity and contingency of law and society, then ethnography is the prime method that is able to achieve this.

Keywords: ethnography, sociolegal, barristers clerks, lawyers, law firms, research

JEL Classification: J44, Z00

Suggested Citation

Flood, John A., Socio-Legal Ethnography. THEORY AND METHOD IN SOCIO-LEGAL RESEARCH, R. Banakar & M. Travers, eds., Hart Publishing, 2005. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=949887

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