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Law & Popular Culture

Picturing Justice

Picturing Justice publised over 300 short articles on "the intersection between law and lawyers on one side and popular culture on the other." 

The University of San Francisco's Online Journal of Law & Popular Culture spans from 1997 to 2006.  While not accepting new articles, they remain a valuable resource.

 

 

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