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Chapter 4: Critical Legal Studies and a complexity approach: some initial observations for law and policy
4. Critical Legal Studies and a complexity approach: some initial observations for law and policy Thomas E. Webb INTRODUCTION Complexity theory is not the first movement to attempt to teach those with an interest in law and legal processes to thin...
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