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Law School Climates: Job Satisfaction Among Tenured U.S. Law Professors
2018, Elizabeth Mertz, Law & Social Inquiry
Judge Richard Cudahy: Balanced Realism in Service of Justice
2018, Elizabeth Mertz, DePaul Law Review
New Legal Realism at Ten Years and More
2018, Bryant G. Garth, Elizabeth Mertz, UC Irvine Law Review
Cover of Translating the Social World for Law Translating the Social World for Law
8/11/2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Oxford University Press
Cover of The New Legal Realism: Translating Law-and-Society for Today The New Legal Realism: Translating Law-and-Society for Today's Legal Practice
5/3/2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Cambridge University Press
Cover of The New Legal Realism: Studying Law Globally The New Legal Realism: Studying Law Globally
5/3/2016, Carol A. Heimer, Elizabeth Mertz, Sida Liu, Cambridge University Press
Can You Get There from Here?
2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Oxford University Press
Introduction: Translating Law and Social Science
2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Oxford University Press
Introduction - New Legal Realism: Law and Social Science in the New Millennium
2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Cambridge University Press
Combining Methods for a New Synthesis in Law and Empirical Research
2016, Elizabeth Mertz, Cambridge University Press
"Law's Metalinguistics: Silence, Speech, and Action."
2015, Elizabeth Mertz, Speaking of Language and Law: Conversations on the Work of Peter Tiersma, ed. L. Solan & Roger Shuy
Review of Paul Kockelman, Agent, Person, Subject, Self: A Theory of Ontology, Interaction, and Infrastructure (Oxford U. Press).
2014, Elizabeth Mertz, American Anthropologist 116(3): 682-83
Language-and-Law Scholarship: An Interdisciplinary Conversation and a Post-9/11 Example (Mertz & Rajah)
2014, Elizabeth Mertz, Jothie Rajah, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“Introduction: Jane Larson’s Sociological Jurisprudence”
2013, Elizabeth Mertz, 28 Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender, and Society
"New Legal Realism and the Empirical Turn in Law" (Macaulay & Mertz)
2013, Elizabeth Mertz, Introduction to Law & Social Theory (eds. R. Banakar & M. Travers), 195-210. Oxford: Hart Pub.
“Is It Fair? Law Professors’ Perceptions of Tenure” (with K. Barnes)
2012, Elizabeth Mertz, 61 Journal of Legal Education 511
“Comparative Anthropology of Law”
2012, Elizabeth Mertz, Comparative Law and Society
“Semiotics”
2012, Elizabeth Mertz, Theory in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Sage
Cover of After Tenure: Post-Tenure Law Professors in the United States After Tenure: Post-Tenure Law Professors in the United States
3/1/2011, Elizabeth Mertz, A Publication of The American Bar Foundation
Social Science and the First Apprenticeship: Moving the Intellectual Misson of Law Schools Forward
2011, Elizabeth Mertz, Journal of the Legal Writing Institute
Undervaluing Indeterminacy: Legal Translations of Social Science.
2011, Elizabeth Mertz, DePaul Law Review 60: 397-412
"Editor's Introduction" [34:1 (Bernstein & Mertz) Bureaucracy: Ethnography of the State in Everyday Life]
1/1/2011, Elizabeth Mertz, PoLAR: Political and Anthropological Review Vol. 34, No. 1
[Mertz & Goodale] Comparative Anthropology of Law.
1/1/2011, Elizabeth Mertz, Comparative Law and Society, D. Clark, ed. (Edward Elgar Publishing)
[Suchman & Mertz] Toward a New Legal Empiricism: Empirical Legal Studies and New Legal Realism.
2010, Elizabeth Mertz, Annual Review of Law & Social Science, Vol. 6: 555-579
“Editor’s Introductions” [33:1--Anthropology at Many Crossroads; 33:1S; (Mertz & Bowie)--Disciplinary Edges; 33:2 (Mertz & Timmer) Getting It Done: Ethnographic Perspectives on NGOS]
2010, Elizabeth Mertz, PoLAR: Political and Anthropological Review Vol. 33, Nos. 1 & 2 & Supp.
“Editor’s Introductions" [32:1--Translating Anthropology/The New Anthropology of Crime; 32:2 --Law’s Ambivalent Role: NGOs and Indigenous Land Rights]
2009, Elizabeth Mertz, PoLAR: Political and Anthropological Review Vol. 32, Nos. 1 & 2
“Editor’s Introductions” [31:2--Studying the Trial]
2008, Elizabeth Mertz, PoLAR: Political and Anthropological Review
The Role of Social Science in Law
2008, Elizabeth Mertz, Ashgate
“Introduction: Toward a Systematic Translation of Law and Social Science”
2008, Elizabeth Mertz, Ashgate
The Language of Law School: Learning to “Think” Like a Lawyer
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, Oxford University Press
Law in Action:A Socio-Legal Reader
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, Thomson-West
“Inside the Law School Classroom: Toward a New Legal Realist Pedagogy”
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, Vanderbilt Law Review
“Translating Science into Family Law”
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, DePaul Law Review
“Semiotic Anthropology”
2007, Elizabeth Mertz, Annual Review of Anthropology
“A Tribute to Clifford Geertz”
11/1/2006, Elizabeth Mertz, Empirical Legal Studies Blog
“New Legal Realism and the Empirical Turn in Law” (with S. Macaulay)
Forthcoming, Elizabeth Mertz, Law and Social Theory
Editor, "Translating the Social World for Law"
Forthcoming, Elizabeth Mertz, Ashgate Publishing

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