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Judith Rowbotham, Kim Stevenson and Samantha Pegg

General Articles

The Unmanly Fear: Extortion Before the Twentieth Century. Joseph S. Bonica, p. 1-29

Representations of Justice Executed at Norwich Castle: A Comparative Analysis of Execution Reports in The Norfolk Chronicle and Bury and Norwich Post, 1805-1867. John Walliss, p. 30-51

War Crimes Related Articles

On the Dangerous Game of Collaborating with Nazis: An Historico-Socio-Legal Reconstruction of that Forgotten Past Located within Silence, Absence and [Dis]Connections between Law’s History and Critical Legal Scholarship. Lorie Charlesworth, p. 52-81

Bearing Silent Witness: A Grandfather's Secret Attestation to German War Crimes in Occupied France. McKay M. Smith, p. 82-115

The Limits of West German Justice in the 1960s: The Post-War Investigation of Walter Gieseke (Oberstleutnant of the Gendarmerie and SS). G. H. Bennett, p. 116-139

Justice and Genocide in Bosnia: An Unbridgeable Gap Between Academe and Law? Gregory Kent, p. 140-161

Discussion Piece

The Media Representation of Prisons: Boot Camps or Holiday Camps. Ian Marsh, p. 162-172


Vagrancy Laws in the US and Irish Supreme Courts. Genevieve Lennon, p. 173-179

Thesis Summary

‘Those Unfortunates’: Victorian Prostitution, Local Communities And The Law 1850-1890. Leah Bleakley, p. 180-182

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