Volume 38, issue 1 (April 2017) is devoted to the topic “Reimagining Justice: Aesthetics and Law.” It includes a number of fascinating articles. Below is the table of contents, with links to the full text of the articles.
Julia J. A. Shaw, Introduction
William P. MacNeil, His Dark Legalities: Intellectual Property’s Psychomachia in Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials Trilogy
Honni van Rijswijk, The Continuing Problem of the Universal to Questions of Justice: A Feminist Reading of Lars von Trier’s Dogville
Sarah Sargent, Truth and Consequences: Law, Myth and Metaphor in American Indian Contested Adoption
Patricia Branco, Exploring Justitia Through Éowyn and Niobe: On Gender, Race and the Legal
Julia J. A. Shaw, Aesthetics of Law and Literary License: An Anatomy of the Legal Imagination