Socio-Legal Studies in Context: The Oxford Centre Past and Future
June 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
2. Sociology and the Stereotype of the Police: Paul Rock (London School of Economics).
3. A Critical Survey of Law and Economics in the UK and the role of the Oxford Centre: Anthony Ogus (University of Manchester).
4. Remembering 1972: The Oxford Centre in the Context of Developments in Higher Education and the Disciplines of Law: William Twining (University College London).
5. Horatio's Mistake: Maureen Cain (West Indies).
6. The Challenges of Socio-Legal Research: Shari Diamond.
7. Global Approaches in the Sociology of Law: Volkmar Gessner (Bremen).
8. On Old and New Battles: Obstacles to the Role of Law in Eastern Europe: Andras Sajo (Central European University).
9. Being Social in Socio-Legal Studies: Peter Fitzpatrick (University of Kent).
10. Contested Communities: Richard Abel (UCLA).
11. The Future of Socio-Legal Research with Respect to Environmental Problems: Michael Faure (Limburg).
12. Geoffrey Stephenson (University of Kent).
13. What Socio-Legal Scholars should do when there is too much Law to Study: Robert Kagan (Berkeley).
14. The Last Word: Stewart Macauley (Wisconsin-Madison).