Critical Legal Studies (CLS) movement of the U.S. marked the combination of a legal way of thought (theory, we call it) and a social network of progressive legal scholars of 1970s. From a theoretical point of view, it was a reaction to the inherent conservatism of common law system built on precedents. Critical legal thinkers vigorously questioned the subtle partiality of the apparently impartial and rigid legal doctrines. Critical legal studies question the hidden interests and class domination behind the institutions and politics of laws. Critical thinkers analyzed the historical, social, economic and psychological results of laws and legal institutions….Read More
Mr. M. Jashim Ali Chowdhury
Department of Law, University of Chittagong.
Founding Moderator and Current Ambassador,
Society for Critical Legal Studies.