Law and Society Association

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The Law and Society Association (LSA), founded in 1964, is a group of scholars from many fields and countries who share a common interest in the place of law in social, political, economic and cultural life. It is one of the leading professional associations for those interested in the sociology of law.

Members bring expertise in law, sociology, political science, psychology, anthropology, economics, history, and geography as well as in other related areas to the study of sociolegal phenomena. Among its activities, the Association publishes the Law & Society Review, sponsors annual conferences and educational workshops, and fosters the development of academic programs in law and society around the world.

The LSA's executive office is located in the University of Utah.

Annual meetings[edit]

2007: Berlin, Germany (July 25–28)
2008: Montreal, Quebec (May 29-June 1)
2009: Denver, Colorado (May 28–31)
2010: Chicago, Illinois (May 27–30)
2011: San Francisco, California (June 2–5)
2012: Honolulu, Hawaii (June 5–8)
2013: Boston, Massachusetts (May 30-June 2)
2014: Minneapolis, Minnesota (May 29 - June 1)
2015: Seattle, Washington (May 28 - 31)

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