Law and Literature (journal)

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Law and Literature  
Discipline Law and literature
Language English
Publication details
Former name(s)
Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature
Taylor & Francis on behalf of Cardozo Law School (United States)
Standard abbreviations
Law Lit.

Law and Literature, formerly Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature, is a law journal of the Cardozo Law School founded in 1988.[1] The managing editor is Professor Peter Goodrich. First published in 1989 as a biannual titled Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature,[2] this journal shifted to a triannual format in 2002. Firstly published by University of California Press and then by Taylor & Francis, it is one of the few journals in the country entirely focused on the interdisciplinary movement known as law and literature. Issues in private law and public law, restrictions on creative expression, gender and racial bias, hermeneutics (interpretive methodologies), and legal themes in works of literature are among the journal's regular topics. The ISSN is 1535-685X.


  1. ^ "Law and Literature". Cardozo Law School. Retrieved 13 December 2015.
  2. ^ "Law and Literature". JSTOR. Retrieved 12 December 2015.

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