For those embarking on or engaged in property law research, this is a unique resource which includes contributions from twelve international scholars who each analyse a different research approach, addressing its value, associated methodology and the challenges involved in pursuing it.
Susan Bright is Professor of Land Law at the University of Oxford, UK. She teaches land law, regulation and housing, and her research combines doctrinal, socio-legal and empirical approaches. Sarah Blandy is Professor of Law at the University of Sheffield, UK. She teaches property law at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has written extensively on housing and property law from a socio-legal perspective.
1. Introduction; Susan Bright and Sarah Blandy.- 2. Socio-Legal; Sarah Blandy.- 3. Property Theory; Laura Underkuffler.- 4. Law and History; Kali Murray.- 5. Doctrine; Martin Dixon.- 6. 'Applied Law'; Robin Paul Malloy.- 7. Law and Space; Nicholas Blomley.- 8. Empirical; Lisa Whitehouse.- 9. Law and Economics; Dan Cole.- 10. Comparative Property Law; Bram Akkermans.- 11. Critical Legal Studies; Brenna Bhandar.- 12. Law and Anthropology; Simon Young.- 13. Feminist Approaches; Helen Carr and Simone Wong.