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Cass Sharp
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I am interested in the ways law is understood in various popular cultural contexts.
I am interested in the ways law is understood in various popular cultural contexts.

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LIRC Visiting HDR Scholars - Call for applications 2018
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CFP: Law and Justice through Australian Lenses: Bushrangers, Battlers and Bastards
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Interested in proposing a special issue of Law Text Culture?
CALL FOR PROPOSALS LA W TEXT CULTURE  Vol 23 (2019) Due 30 May
2018 The Editorial Board of Law Text
Culture is seeking proposals for the 2019 special edition of the Journal
(Volume 23), due for publication in December 2019.     Law Text
Culture is a transco...
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Exciting Symposium coming up...
The Legal Intersections Research Centre (LIRC) warmly invites you to: ‘Posting’ the law: Emerging Narratives of Law and Justice within Social Media discourses Presented by:   Cassandra Sharp, Jason Bainbridge,  Kieran Tranter, Kate Tubridy, Yvonne Apolo, Ol...
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What can video games tell us about the law?
The Moral
Choice of inFAMOUS : Law and morality
in video games   Michael
Barnett and Cassandra Sharp  24(3) GLR 482 Photo taken from  Giantbomb.com In this article, which is part of the Special
Issue of the  Griffith Law Review  I mentioned in my last post,...
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Introducing: Through the Looking
Glass - the Framing of Law through Popular Imagination Special Issue – GLR 24(3) [This is an extract from my Introduction to this special issue of the Griffith Law Review 2015] It’s no use going back to yesterday, because I ...
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Not sure exactly what constitutes Cultural Legal Studies?
Check out our new edited collection:  Cassandra Sharp and Marett Leiboff (eds)  Cultural Legal Studies: Law's Popular Cultures and the Metamorphosis of Law (Routledge, 2015)  Now available:  Check it out here What can law’s popular cultures do for law, as a...
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Call For Papers – GLR   (2015) 24(3) Griffith Law Review A
Review Dedicated to the Socio-Legal, Inter-disciplinary, Critical and Theoretical Study of Law Editor-in-Chief – Professor William MacNeil Managing Editors – Dr Edward Mussawir
& Dr Timothy Peters T...
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A burglar meets his victim? How would you respond to this story?
In this extremely visual age, I had the recent opportunity to simply listen to a story of justice through the medium of radio documentary. I had the privilege of reviewing  for UOW's   RadioDoc Review,  a documentary produced by BBC Radio 4 in the UK , and ...
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Check out my upcoming symposium....
The Legal Intersections
Research Centre (LIRC) invites you to a Symposium Through
the Looking Glass: the Framing of Law & Justice through Popular Imagination Date:             Friday 4 July 2014 Time:            9am – 5pm Location:    67.202 – Moot Court Re...
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