Birkbeck Law Press
Birkbeck Law Press was launched in 2003 as an imprint of Birkbeck School of Law and Cavendish Publishing, then one of the UK's leading independent law publishers, since incorporated into Routledge.
Birkbeck Law School has been recognised as an international centre of research excellence, specialising in legal theory and theoretically informed sociolegal research and pioneering critical approaches to scholarship.
Birkbeck Law Press aims to develop a distinct publishing profile by addressing the legal challenges of late modernity. Globalisation and the move towards universal legal values, which should respect cultural specificities and local conditions, have created the urgent need for greater dialogue and understanding between the major schools of thought and legal systems in the world. Most legal publishing, driven by the needs of specialisation and the state-based nature of positive law, has not systematically addressed these concerns.
- Submit your completed book proposal form to Professor Costas Douzinas, School of Law, Birkbeck, University of London, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX. Email: email@example.com
- Birkbeck Law Press book proposal form
- Bethania Assy, Injustice - A Time Out of Joint.
- M Aristodemou, F Macmillan & P Tuitt (eds), Crime Fiction and the Law (2017)
- Stephen Connelly, Spinoza: right and absolute freedom.(Published February 2015)
- Lyana Francot & Bald de Vries, Anarchy in the System – Law and Power in a Global World. (Published April 2014)
- Drucilla Cornell, Emeritus Justice Albie Sachs, Karin van Marle (eds). Albie Sachs and Transformation in South Africa: From Revolutionary Activist to Constitutional Court Judge. Published: February 2014.
- Ortega, F. Corporeality, Medical Technologies and Contemporary Culture Published: November 2013.
- Matthew Stone, Illan rua Wall, Costas Douzinas, New Critical Legal Thinking: Law, Politics and the Political. Published: June 2012.
- Chiara Bottici and Benoit Challand (eds) The Politics of Imagination. June 2011 (hardback), December 2013 (paperback).
- Katherine Maynard, Jarod Kearney, James Guimond, Revenge versus Legality: Wild Justice from Balzac to Clint Eastwood and Abu Ghraib. Published April 2010, ISBN: 978-0-415-56016-0.
- Paulina Tambakaki, Human Rights, Or Citizenship? Published: January 2010, ISBN: 978-0-415-48163-2.
- Tarik Kochi, The Other's War: Recognition and the Violence of Ethics Published: February 2009. ISBN: 978-0-415-48270-7. In 2010 The Other's War was awarded the International Studies Association's International Ethics book prize.
- Michael Stolleis, The Eye of the Law: Two Essays on Legal History Published: September 2008. ISBN: 9780415472746.
- Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, Being Against the World: Rebellion and Constitution Published: July 2008, ISBN: 9780415459464. (Nominated for the Frantz Fanon Award, awarded by the Caribbean Philosophical Association).
- Jeanne Schroeder, The Four Lacanian Discourses Or Turning Law Inside-Out Published: June 2008, ISBN: 9780415464826.
- Judith Pryor, Constitutions: Writing Nations, Reading Difference Published: August 2007. ISBN: 9780415431934.
- Jack Anderson, Punch Drunk Love: The Legality of Boxing Published: April 2007, ISBN: 9780415429320.
- Johan van der Walt, Law and Sacrifice: Towards a Post-Apartheid Theory of Law Published: November 2005, ISBN: 1859419879.
- Louis E Wolcher, Beyond Transcendence in Law and Philosophy Published: September 2005, ISBN: 9781859419885
- William Rasch, Sovereignty and its Discontents: On the Primacy of Conflict and the Structure of the Political Published: August 2004, ISBN: 9781859419885.