We invite you to read the latest issue of „Archiwum Filozofii Prawa i Filozofii Społecznej”, the Journal of the Polish Section of IVR entitled “Law and Film”. The issue was edited by dr Paweł Jabłoński and dr hab. Maciej Pichlak, and includes the following papers:
- Prof. dr hab. Kamil Zeidler: Law in Film as a Manifestation of Aesthetics of Law and a Special Case of Law and Literature Movement
- Mgr Marta Dubowska: Jurisprudence Popularized: Between Law, Literature, and Film
- Prof. UG dr hab. Tomasz Widłak: Lawyers’ Role Models on the Example of “Monkey Trial” in Stanley Kramer’s Film “Inherit the Wind”
- Dr Paweł Jabłoński: Between Justice and Mercy: Comparison of American and Russian Versions of 12 Angry Men
- Mgr Katarzyna Krzyżanowska: Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Leviathan: The Unbearable State of Nature
- Mgr Szymon Osmala: They Live… and They Make Consumer Law a Poor Instrument of Distributive Justice
- Mgr Karolina Kocemba: Fairytale (R)Evolution? Women’s Rights and Disney Movies
- Mgr Mateusz Grabarczyk: Pasikowski’s “Pigs” as an Illustration of Vetting in a Transitional Society
- Mgr Marlena Drapalska-Grochowicz: Recognizing, Overlooking, Ignoring: On the Legislator’s Attitudes Towards Actual Closeness
The issue also includes the introduction Law and Film: Introduction by dr Paweł Jabłoński and dr hab. Maciej Pichlak, and the text In Memoriam of dr Maciej Kłodawski by prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Płeszka and dr Michał Araszkiewicz.
The issue is available HERE.