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The book essentially lays out a course of study, which combines both the traditional subject matter of jurisprudence with a highly effective series of introductions into a variety of other theoretical perspectives and provides an extremely accessible introduction to a very difficult subject.
The editor and contributors to the book are all members of the LSE law department who teach or have taught on the LSE undergraduate jurisprudence course and who also are legal theorists in their own right.
The combined experience and talents of the group make the work a distillation of expertise unmatched by any other work on this subject. This text will be relevant to those taking jurisprudence/legal theory courses and political science, philosophy and sociology students doing optional subjects addressing the law and legal systems.
The book is more than a simple compilation of key extracts from the work of leading jurists. It is unique, perhaps, in seeking coverage of many of the major areas of jurisprudence and legal theory through a set of highly individual, themed chapters whose narrative content flows continuously through commentary and extract alike.