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The Cultural Study of Law: Reconstructing Legal Scholarship 1st Edition
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In the end, Kahn leaves the most deeply radical implications of his work more implicit than explicit. What happens when we are no longer "committed to law?" Could we lose our commitment to law in one context (as a student of law as a cultural practice), yet maintain in another (as a citizen)? Kahn suggests that nothing in his book would require the "abandonment of the legal scholar's traditional concerns with reform" (p. 137), but this understates the profound implications of his work. It is literally true that nothing in Kahn's book "requires" the abandonment of projects of legal reform or faith in the law.Read more ›