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Edinburgh School of Law

The Centre for Law and Society is an interdisciplinary research centre in Edinburgh Law School. It holds a distinctive place in the development of legal studies in the United Kingdom and internationally as a long-standing forum for exchange between scholars in philosophy of law, sociological and anthropological approaches to law, criminology and penology.

Use these pages to find out more about the Centre's current members, current research interests, research projects, publications, and events.

Please also take the time to browse the pages of the Edinburgh Legal Theory Research Group, the online home of our very active doctoral community.

Prospective students are encouraged to visit the Centre's Postgraduate studies page.

Visitors and MacCormick Fellows

The Centre welcomes enquiries from prospective academic visitors and post-doctoral researchers. To find out more, please visit our Visitors section.

To find out more about the MacCormick Fellowships, named in honour of Professor Sir Neil MacCormick, click here.

For information on current and past MacCormick Fellows, click here.

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