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Theoretical Inquiries in Law is devoted to the application to legal thought of insights developed by diverse disciplines such as philosophy, sociology, economics, history and psychology. The range of legal issues dealt with by the journal is virtually unlimited, subject only to the journal's commitment to cross-disciplinary fertilization of ideas. We strive to provide a forum for all those interested in looking at law from more than a single theoretical perspective and who share our view that only a multi-disciplinary analysis can provide a comprehensive account of the complex interrelationships between law, society and individuals.
Theoretical Inquiries in Law appears in several databases, including Lexis, Westlaw, LegalTrac, and HeinOnline.
At present, Theoretical Inquiries in Law is ranked third for "impact factor" by the Washington and Lee most cited legal periodicals list in the "Jurisprudence and Legal Theory" category, ahead of such journals as Law and Social Inquiry, Law and Society Review, Legal Theory, Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence and Oxford Journal of Legal Studies.