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Representations of Justice

Antoine Masson and Kevin O'Connor

Contents: Kevin O’Connor: Preface – Antoine Masson: Introduction to the Interactions between Law and Representation of Justice – Dominique Jeannerod: Allegory of Justice and Representation of Punishment in Crime Fiction. A Franco-Irish Comparison – Solange Vernois: The Administration of Justice as Portrayed in Le Charivari and Le Journal Amusant at the End of the 19th Century. Scepticism and Derision – Mairéad Ni Bhriain: Decoding Justice. Intellectual Discourse and the Trial of the Malagasy Deputies – Peter Robson: Developments in Law and Popular Culture. The Case of the TV Lawyer – Pascale Duparc Portier/Laurent Pech: The Portrayal of the Judicial Process in the French and Irish Media – Ruth Herz: Portrayal of Justice on German Television – Jessica Silbey: A History of Representations of Justice. Coincident Preoccupations of Law and Film – Barbara Villez: Representation of the Legal Profession on Television. Professional Ethics and Client Expectations – Susan S. Silbey: Talk of Law. Contested and Conventional Legality – Judith Resnik/Dennis E. Curtis: From ‘Rites’ to ‘Rights’ of Audience. The Utilities and Contingencies of the Public’s Role in Court-Based Processes – Claire Micheau/Alexander Conrad Culley: Representation of the European Court of Justice. Conscience of the People of Europe or Political Juggernaut? – Theo Gavrielides: Deconstructing ‘Justice’ and Reconstructing ‘Fairness’ in a Convergent European Justice System. An Aristotelian Approach to the Question of Representation of Justice in Europe – Bruno Deffains/Samuel Ferey: Representation of Justice in Law and Economics – Didier Danet: Representation of Justice and Companies Judicial Strategies in France – Thierry Kirat: Representations of Justice in Economic Comparisons of Legal Systems – Tristan Boyer: Cross Representations of Law and Economics in a Corporate Governance Approach.