Welcome to the SLSA

Where law meets the social sciences and humanities.

 

 

The Socio-Legal Studies Association

Welcome to the SLSA website where you will find comprehensive information about the SLSA's aims aims and objectives. You can also find out how to join and about the many benefits of membership. There are details on all our activities including our prestigious socio-legal prizes, our research grants scheme, our seminar competition and our popular annual and postgraduate conferences.

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Please see our 'Join' page for details.

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New membership benefit

Routledge offering 20 per cent discount for SLSA members on all law titles.

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SLSA chair and Exec

The SLSA chair is Professor Rosie Harding (pictured) of the University of Birmingham. She took up the post in April 2017. Members are invited to contact the chair or a member of the Executive Committee with their comments, suggestions and feedback. See the Exec page for details.

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Residential Socio-Legal Masterclass for doctoral students

The Third Annual Socio-Legal Masterclass for second to fourth-year doctoral students is being held at St Catherine’s College Oxford from 3–4 September 2018. This year’s masterclass is being funded by the Oxford ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership, the Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, the London School of Economics, the Journal of Law and Society and the SLSA. The theme will be ‘Researching from the bottom up’.

This event gives a small group of 20 doctoral students the opportunity to spend two days talking to established academics about a variety of methodological approaches to the study of law. The Masterclass is free for ESRC students and there are bursaries available for other students allocated on a competitive basis.

Registration

Registration is now open. Please visit the website for details.

Organisers

Organised by Linda Mulcahy, LSE, and Marina Kurkchiyan, Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies.

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