Law and the Social Sciences

The Second Half Century


Julius Stone

Julius Stone was the Challis Professor of Jurisprudence and International Law at the University of Sydney, Australia. He was the author of many books standard in their fields, among them, “The Province and Function of Law,” “Law and Society,” “Legal Education and Public Responsibility,” and “Legal Controls of International Conflict.” He received a number of honors and awards including the Prize for Jurisprudence of the Royal Society of Arts, London, 1964, and the World Legal Research Award, 1965.


Where Law and Social Science Stand
Program and Movement in the Borderlands of Law and Social Science
Man and Machine in the Search for Justice, or Why Appellate Judges Should Stay Human