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Bristol Studies in Law and Social Justice

Series Editors: Alan Bogg, University of Bristol, UK and Virginia Mantouvalou, University College London, UK

Bristol Studies in Law and Social Justice explores the role of law in securing social justice in society and the economy. The focus is on ‘social justice’ as a normative ideal, and the law as a critical tool in influencing (for good or for ill) the social structures that shape people’s lives. This international series is designed to be inclusive of a wide range of methodologies and disciplinary approaches. Contributions examine these issues from multiple legal perspectives, including constitutional law, discrimination law, human rights, contract law, criminal law, migration law, labour law, social welfare law, property law, international and supranational law.

The series has a broad jurisdictional coverage, including single-country and comparative studies, as well as studies in international law.

International Advisory Board

Philip Alston,  New York University, US
Bridget Anderson, University of Bristol, UK
Alysia Blackham, University of Melbourne, Australia
Hugh Collins, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Sandra Fredman, University of Oxford, UK
Roberto Gargarella, University of Buenos Aires and University Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina
Martijn Hesselink, European University Institute, Italy
Tarunabh Khaitan, University of Oxford, UK and University of Melbourne, Australia
Jeff King, University College London, UK
Prabha Kotiswaran, Kings College London, UK
Nicola Lacey, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Sandra Liebenberg, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Guy Mundlak, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Tonia Novitz, University of Bristol, UK
Colm O’Cinneide, University College London, UK
Kerry Rittich, University of Toronto, Canada
Robin West, Georgetown University, US

Call for proposals

The editors welcome proposals for monographs of 60,000-80,000 words as well as proposals for edited collections. If you would like to submit a proposal, or to discuss ideas, please contact the series editors, Alan Bogg, alan.bogg@bristol.ac.uk and Virginia Mantouvalou, v.mantouvalou@ucl.ac.uk.