Law, Politics & the Media eJournal
Editor: Keith James Bybee
Syracuse University College of Law

Legal systems operate in a complex environment of principle, political pressure, and media coverage. The goal of the Law, Politics, and the Media subject eJournal is to distribute abstracts of working papers and articles that promote a more integrated understanding of law, courts, and their environment. To this end, the eJournal seeks scholarship that addresses any combination of legal, political, and media-related themes in the analysis of legal institutions, beliefs, and practices. The eJournal is open to work from the social sciences, the humanities, and the legal academy. Papers and articles that focus on the United States, as well as scholarship that is comparative or international in scope, are welcome.

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Law, Politics & the Media eJournal Advisory Board
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Editor: Keith James Bybee
Syracuse University College of Law


Lyle Denniston

Charles G. Geyh

Tony Mauro

Michael McCann

Austin Sarat