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Selected Law and Literature Websites
When using the Internet for research, be sure to carefully evaluate the websites you are using to determine how authoritative they are and any potential bias they may have on the topic you are researching.
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture
A peer-reviewed, full-text, and open-access online learned journal in the humanities and social sciences; publishes new scholarship following tenets of the discipline of comparative literature and the field of cultural studies designated as "comparative cultural studies."
Law & Humanities
Website maintained by Prof. Daniel Solove of George Washington University Law School; provides bibliographies, book lists, and other resources, as well as a link to the Law & Humanities Institute.
Law & Humanities Blog
Blog sponsored by the Law & Humanities Institute; articles written by law faculty at LSU and George Washington.
Law and Humanities Website
Website maintained by Prof. Christine Corcos of LSU Law School; provides lists of resources and research materials for law and literature and related disciplines.
Sponsored by the University of San Francisco School of Law; from 1997 to 2006 Picturing Justice published over 300 short articles on the intersection between law and lawyers on one side and popular culture on the other.
Resources on Romantic Fiction and the Law
Resource guide provided by the University of Chicago Law Library.