Asking theoretical questions about the law to reach a deeper understanding of jurisprudence and legal theory.
We aim to improve understanding of law by asking theoretical questions about it. Those questions are philosophical, sociological and historical. They are about law in general. They are also about human rights, about constitutions, about international law, about corporate law and about criminal law.
Legal theorists at Sydney Law School continue to follow the example of Julius Stone in contributing to public debates about justice and policy.