Chapter 2 Further reading

Abel-Smith, B., and Stevens, R., In Search of Justice: Society and the Legal System (London, Allen Lane, 1968)


Allan, T. R. S., Constitutional Justice—A Liberal Theory of the Rule of Law (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2003)


Bingham, T., The Rule of Law (London, Penguin Books, 2010; paperback and Kindle edns, 2011)


Brake, M., and Hale, C., Public Order and Private Lives: the Politics of Law and Order (London, Routledge, 1992)


Cotterrell, R., The Sociology of Law: An Introduction (2nd edn, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1992)


Delupis, I., The International Legal Order (Aldershot, Dartmouth, c. 1994)


Dickson, B., and Connelly, A., Human Rights and the European Convention: the Effects of the Convention on the United Kingdom and Ireland (London, Sweet & Maxwell, 1997)


Dyzenhaus, D. (ed.), Recrafting the Rule of Law: The Limits of Legal Order (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 1999)


Hudson, A., Towards a Just Society: Law, Labour and Legal Aid (London, Continuum International Publishing Group, 1999)


Kennedy, H., Eve Was Framed: Women and British Justice (London, Random House digital, 2011)


Rainey, B., Wicks, E. and Ovey,C  Jacobs, White, and Ovey, The European Convention on Human Rights (6th edn, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014)


Mansell, W., Critical Introduction to Law (4th edn, London, Cavendish Publishing, 2015)


Plant, R., The Neo-liberal State (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2009)


Roberts, S., Order and Dispute: an Introduction to Legal Anthropology (Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1979)


Schachter, O., and Joyner, C. C. (eds), United Nations Legal Order (Cambridge, Grotius, 1995)


Sedley, S., Ashes and Sparks: Essays on Law and Justice (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011)


Ward, I., Introduction to Critical Legal Theory (2nd edn, London, Cavendish Publishing, 2004)