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Journal of Law and Interdisciplinary Studies

The Journal of Law and Interdisciplinary Studies endeavors to spark scholarly discussions about law and its entwinement with other academic fields via three-layered conversations.

Our conversations’ first layers contextualize themselves in authors’ perspectives on an inspirational prompt. After first-layer authors illuminate the prompt with their views, academic colleagues elucidate how those views affect their respective areas of expertise; this is the conversation’s second layer. The final layer invites unsolicited responses to join the conversation. We encourage first- and second-layer authors, academic colleagues, and students to infuse the conversation with their perspectives to uncover new facets of the interrelations evoked by the conversation.

Vol 2, No 1 (2012): Aspirations

Journal of Law and Interdisciplinary Studies.

Table of Contents


Kermit Roosevelt, III
Michael E. Tigar
Murder and Marriage in Virgil's Aeneid: What the Epic Tell Us About Law and Society Today
David Crump