The Julius Stone Institute of Jurisprudence invites entries for the Dennis Leslie Mahoney Prize in Legal Theory 2016. The purpose of the Prize is to advance sociological jurisprudence as pioneered by Professor Julius Stone.
Amount: $50,000 AUD
Faculty Research Office: At least 1 week before the Agency Deadline (2-3 weeks earlier if you wish feedback on your application – submit to Karen Kueneman)
Research Development & Services: At least 5 days before the Agency Deadline
University of Sydney Faculty of Law: June 30, 2016
Description: Sociological jurisprudence is to be understood as including legal analysis, theory, reform, enactment or administration, involving an understanding of what are in fact the operation and the needs of particular societies, rather than a purely historical or conceptual approach to law. It refers to an understanding and analysis of law that marries legal theory with sociological inquiry.
The prize will go to the author or authors of the entry that, since June 30, 2011, has best advanced the sociological and justice-oriented approach to jurisprudence pioneered by Julius Stone.
An entry may, but need not, consist of a book or articles. Entries of other sorts, including reports and papers, are eligible. The prize is awarded every 5 years. The author or one of the co-authors of an entry may apply directly or a third party may nominate him, her or them for the prize.
Full Applications are to be processed through Research Western and are to be accompanied by a completed ROLA.
Please contact Karen Kueneman, email@example.com, if you intend to apply or nominate.