When law goes pop the vanishing line between law and popular culture 1st edition by richard k sherwin author visit amazons richard k sherwin page find all the books read about the author and more see search results january 29 2002 format hardcover. Richard k sherwin is the wallace stevens professor of law and dean for faculty scholarship at new york law school he is an expert on the multiple connections that link law and culture focusing in particular on legal storytelling and visual communication. The past few decades have seen the legal system entering american popular culture like never before from the media blitzes surrounding high profile trials to the countless television programs in which judges rule on everyday disputes. In recent years the two way traffic between law and popular culture has exploded from the media blitzes surrounding high profile trials and the flood of television judges ruling on real life conflicts to the use of a feature film as a closing argument within the courtroom. According to the author current trends in popular culture threaten to undermine public confidence in the legal system richard sherwin a professor of law at new york university thinks that boundaries between law and pop are rapidly disappearing
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