Law at UC Press
The law list at UC Press invites readers to think critically about the ways in which the law shapes and constrains opportunity in the world. Our award-winning program has particular strengths in law & society and in criminal law, and is expanding to develop more work across subfields that deeply engages with issues of race, gender, labor, health, technology, labor, and the environment. Reflecting the UC Press mission, our books and authors strive to not only diagnose structural inequalities, but to propose solutions for dismantling them wherever we encounter them.
- Call for proposals: Sex, Law and Society in the 21st Century edited by Michele Goodwin
- New Series: Race, Labor Migration, and the Law edited by Robyn Rodriguez and Leticia Saucedo
UC Press Blog Series
Here's what to look forward to over the next few days:
- A note from Maura Roessner
- Author interviews and guest posts
- Recommended books for courses
- And more!
Meet the Editor
Maura Roessner - Criminology, Law & Society, Law
I am particularly interested in acquiring academic and trade books that challenge paradigms and demand progressive social change, and in partnering with scholar-activists and underrepresented voices.
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