Book Chapter

Movement: An Homage to Legal Drips, Wobbles and Perpetual Motion

Olivia Barr

Routledge Handbook of Law and Theory | Routledge | Published : 2019

Abstract

Law moves, whether we notice it or not. In this chapter, it explores some of the ways law moves, and why this matters. Theoretically, movement is too often overlooked in our thinking about law or, if not, placed as simply a consequence. As this chapter shows, movement is far from a consequence of law, but rather, it is how law is: a mode of existence.

University of Melbourne Researchers