Essays, Articles, Interviews, and Reviews

Kyle Bailey, The World of Batman: Justice, Natural Law, and the Power of Stories

Christoph Bezemek, The Men of the Night’s Watch: What Game of Thrones Can Teach Us about Asceticism, Cenobite Monasticism, and Equality

Christine A. Corcos, Evidence of Things Not Seen: Law and “Miracle on 34th Street”

Christine A. Corcos, “Young Sheldon” and Library User Privacy

Christine A. Corcos, What We Talk About When We Talk About Law Schools: Deconstructing Meaning In Popular Culture Images of Legal Education

Brian L. Frye, A Potted Legal History of the Bisbee Deportation of 1917

Shubha Ghosh, Art as Judgment: Review of Florian Donnersmarck’s Film, “Never Look Away”

Shubha Ghosh, Framing the Law: Review of Thomas Giddens, On Comics and Legal Aesthetics

Shubha Ghosh, Law’s Pop, Justice’s Fizzle: Review of Law and Justice in Japanese Pop Culture

Leslie Griffin, Stuart Eizenstat on President Carter’s Morality: Episodes From an Administration: A Review of President Carter: The White House Years

Barbara Hughes-Moore, Nicole Mansfield Wright’s Defending Privilege: Rights, Status, and Legal Peril in the British Novel (Book Review)

Barbara Hughes-Moore, You Get What You Deserve: Joker and Criminal Justice

John Ip, “Bodyguard” and Zeitgeist of Counterterrorism

Joshua Jones, Book Review, Hamilton and the Law

Teri McMurtry-Chubb, Why So Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile?

Nicholas Mignanelli, Vodou and the Law: A Literature Review

Rostam J. Neuwirth, Book Review: Is “Legal Fiction” An Oxymoron?: A Book Review of Kristin J. Albrecht, Fiktionen Im Recht

David Ray Papke, Ageism in American Culture

David Ray Papke, The Writer on Wall Street: An Interview With Louis Auchincloss

Marc L. Roark, Law, Literature, and Identity

Cassandra Sharp, Kate Smith, The Negligents

Cassandra Sharp and Karina Murray, It’s All Academic

Susan Tanner, Book Review: Franz-Willem Korsten’s Art as an Interface of Law and Justice