open space-V5-2final-276x184The Griffith Law Review is seeking submissions for Open Space, a new forum for alternative pieces of scholarship, such as interviews, reports on conferences attended, creative works, and photo essays.  Open Space aims to foster cutting edge non-traditional legal inquiry in keeping with the journal’s focus on interdisciplinary, socio-legal, theoretical and critical legal scholarship.  Contributions are reviewed by our Academic Editors.  Recent issues have included William P. MacNeil’s interview with psychoanalytic legal philosopher Renata Salecl, Kieran Tranter’s reflections on the materiality of law in the digital age, and a conversation between Katherine Biber, Peter Doyle and Kate Rossmanith about the aesthetics, ethics and emotion of entering the criminal archive.   Ideas or suggestions for future Open Spaces are welcome.

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