This volume presents a diverse array of articles by an interdisciplinary and international group of scholars. Their work spans the social sciences, humanities, and law. It examines the many ways citizens learn about law, law beyond the nation-state and the relationship of law and labour.
List of contributors; How Do We Learn About and Study Law?: Modes of early civic legal education in the United States, B. Marston; "What exactly is it you do?" Problems in spanning jurisdictional divides in law and society scholarship, D. Moore; Law Beyond and Across National Boundaries: The European Court of Justice and the German constitutional court - is there more than one legal "master" of European integration? The case of EU banana, C. Ruggiero; Imagining human rights, I. Ward; Law and Labor - Problems of Representation and Regulation: Prison/labor/film - a montage, H. Schuster; A socio-legal ethnography of the right to refuse dangerous work, G. Gray.