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by Jeffrey E. Thomas,Franklin G. Snyder

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ISBN:
1594606455
Author:
Jeffrey E. Thomas,Franklin G. Snyder
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Carolina Academic Press (January 1, 2010)
Pages:
422 pages
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Law Made Fun Through Harry Potter's Adventures: 99 Lessons in Law from the Wizarding World for Fan. y. .Missouri Lawyers Weekly. The Law and Harry Potter is an interesting and entertaining collection for any serious fan of Harry Potter.

Missouri Lawyers Weekly. The serious ideas expressed in the book are well balanced by a sense of fun, as indicated by the fact that many of the author bios contain tongue-in-cheek references to the author s credentials in the Potterverse as well as their real-world qualifications.

Jeffrey E. Thomas Franklin G. Snyder. Carolina academic press. The law and Harry Potter I Jeffrey E. Thomas and Franklin G. p. em. Includes bibliographical references.

p. cm. ISBN (alk. paper) 1. Rowling, J. Criticism and interpretation.

The magnitude of the Harry Potter phenomenon alone would make it worthy of consideration; the fact .

The magnitude of the Harry Potter phenomenon alone would make it worthy of consideration; the fact that it is children's literature, and thus may play a significant part in forming a future generation's attitudes toward law and legal institutions, makes it even more so. The various contributions to this article explore various aspects of law and culture as presented in or viewed through the Harry Potter stories. Hall, Timothy S. and Thomas, Jeffrey E. and Wright, Danaya C. and Smith, James Charles and Schwabach, Aaron and Fishman, Joel and Green, Daniel Austin and Morriss, Andrew P. and Barton, Benjamin . Harry Potter and the Law.

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University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. Danaya C. Wright. University of Florida Levin College of Law. James Charles Smith. University of Georgia Law School. This collection of essays about the law and Harry Potter explores the intersections. between law, culture and the Harry Potter stories. The collection begins with a group of. essays that, consistent with some of the previous legal literature,11 are about the. limitations of law and legal institutions as depicted in the Harry Potter narratives.

law and Harry Potter, Jeffrey E. Snyder

law and Harry Potter, Jeffrey E. ISBN 978-1-59460-645-8 (alk. Wright v 131 00 thomas snyder fmt 12/3/09 8:20 AM vi Page vi Contents Harry Potter and the Development of Moral Judgment in Children Wendy N. Law & Anna K. Teller 149 Harry Potter and the Curse of Difference Benjamin Loffredo 167 When Harry Met Martin: Imagination, Imagery and the Color Line Benjamin G. Davis 179 Harry Potter and the Image.

The Law and Harry Potter by Jeffrey E. Thomas. Law Made Fun Through Harry Potter's Adventures: 99 Lessons in Law from the Wizarding World for Fans of All Ages by Karen Morris Esq. Thomas, Franklin G. This volume considers the depiction of law and legal institutions in . Rowling's Harry Potter novels. It contains more than twenty chapters by legal academics from the . The chapters are organized in five sections: Legal Traditions and Institutions, Crimes and Punishments, Harry Potter and Identity, the Wizard Economy, and Harry Potter as an Archetype. Some chapters analyze the way law and legal institutions are portrayed, and what these portrayals teach us about concepts such as morality, justice, and difference.

Harry Potter and the half-crazed bureaucracy, Benjamin H. Barton. Moral choice, wizardry, law, and liberty : a classical liberal reading of the role of law in the Harry Potter series, Andrew P. Morriss

Carolina Academic Press, c2010. Harry Potter and the half-crazed bureaucracy, Benjamin H. Morriss. Harry Potter and the unforgivable curses, Aaron Schwabach. Sirius Black : a case study in actual innocence, Geoffrey Christopher Rapp. The persecution of Tom Riddle : a study in human rights law, Geoffrey R. Watson. Punishment in the Harry Potter novels, Joel Fishman.

This volume considers the depiction of law and legal institutions in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter novels. It contains more than twenty chapters by legal academics from the U.S. and abroad. The chapters are organized in five sections: Legal Traditions and Institutions, Crimes and Punishments, Harry Potter and Identity, the Wizard Economy, and Harry Potter as an Archetype. Some chapters analyze the way law and legal institutions are portrayed, and what these portrayals teach us about concepts such as morality, justice, and difference. Other chapters use examples from the narratives to illustrate or analyze legal issues, such as human rights, actual innocence, and legal pedagogy. The volume is suitable for undergraduate or law school courses, and will be of interest to those Harry Potter fans who also have an interest in law and the legal profession.
  • Talvinl
In time for Christmas ...
  • Kare
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. My law school-bound niece loved it, too. A great gift for Harry Potter fans!
  • Mori
This book is the perfect example of the mark the Harry Potter series has left on academia. Even legal scholars have been able to apply Harry Potter to their profession. I enjoyed reading through the essays because they served as a bit of a recap of the seven books that I read years ago, yet still love to this day. With the 7th movie just around the corner, this was a really interesting read!
  • Zeli
What a great read for anyone who loves the Harry Potter books and is interested in the law. It's both fun and interesting. I'm happy to recommend it.