Beyond The First Decade: A Forward-Looking History of LatCrit Theory, Community and Praxis

Hernandez-Truyol, Berta; Harris, Angela; Valdés, Francisco
March 2006
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Spring2006, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p169
Academic Journal
The article offers a forward-looking account of the history of LatCrit Portfolio of Projects, a jurisprudential experiment that remains always under construction. The authors view LatCrit theory, community and praxis as an effort to interject into the ongoing development of critical approaches to law and policy, as well as to expand and advance the growing field of critical outsider jurisprudence.


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