Images in Law
Anne Wagner, William Pencak
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - Law - 318 pages
Presenting perspectives on legal theory and practice, this volume examines how visual images of the law influence interpretation and execution of the law in ways not discernible from written texts.
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