The Research Approach: CLS

  • Kristina Loguinova
Part of the Economic and Financial Law & Policy – Shifting Insights & Values book series (EFLP, volume 4)


The second chapter of the first part of the monograph concerns the research approach of the monograph: Critical Legal Studies. It posits Critical Legal Studies as a jurisprudential school of thought within broad jurisprudence whilst dealing with its past and present state. When it comes to the present state of CLS, the need is emphasized to modernize (resurrect) CLS and suggestions are made as to how to make Critical Legal Studies more suitable for the examination of a piece of legislation with a continental legal system background.

Due to the eclectic nature of Critical Legal Studies, the chapter also describes the main common theme of Critical Legal Studies for this monograph (hostility towards orthodoxy and neutrality accompanied by a preference for the existence of many alternatives) and the mainly employed Critical Legal Studies technique (methodological trashing of ideology—a specific form of critique—accompanied by genealogy). Furthermore, in this chapter, a tailored Critical Legal Studies vocabulary is developed in regards to such concepts as the political economy of law, the good and the evil, values and interests whilst apparently neutral concepts akin the market and specialization are critiqued.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kristina Loguinova
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  1. 1.ECOR and ETAFVrije Universiteit BrusselBrusselsBelgium

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