Ekkebard Klausa, Klaus F. Röbl, Ralf Rogowski, Hubert Rottleutbner, Thomas Heller
October 18, 2016
In 1977 a new group of critical legal scholars formed in the US. It soon also recruited a sizable amount of legal practitioners. The theoretical approach peculiar to this new ,Conference on Critical Legal Studies' is depicted and criticized by means of a joint review of a number of its prominent publications. As a backdrop to the theoretical eclecticism that emerges, a common theme can be spotted - the problem of the relative autonomy of law as a social force. – A representative of the CCLS comments on the critique.