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Libros

ALBI MURCIA, Mercedes. Un hombre para la eternidad. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2003.
ALCARAZ RAMOS, Manuel. JFK. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2005.
ALEXY, Robert Alfonso y García FIGUEROA. Star Trek y los derechos humanos. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2007.
BALLESTER CORREA, Jorge y Sergio VILLAMARÍN GÓMEZ. El Gatopardo. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2005.
BANDER, Edward J. The Lawyer as Devil’s Advocate. En: The Lawyer in Popular Culture: Proceedings of a Conference. Littleton: Fred B. Rothman & Co., 1993.
BERGMAN, P.  y ASIMOV, Michael. Reel Justice – The Courtroom Goes to the Movies. Kansas City: Andrews and McMeel, 1996.
BLACK, David. Law in Film: Resonance and Representation. Chicago: University of  Illinois Press. 1999.
CHASE, Anthony. Movies on Trial: The Legal System on the Silver Screen. New York: The New Press, 2002.
CUNNINGHAM, F. R. Sidney Lumet, Film and Literary Vision. Lexington: Kentucky University Press, 1991.
DE LUCAS, Javier. Blade Runner. El Derecho, guardián de la diferencia. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2002.
DE MIGUEL, Iñigo. Matrix la humanidad en la encrucijada. Valencia: Editorial Tirant Lo Blanch, 2004.
DE VICENTE MARTÍNEZ, Rosario. El color de la justicia. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2002.
DEL MAR RUIZ CASTILLO, María y Juan ESCRIBANO GUTIÉRREZ. La huelga y el cine: escenas del conflicto social. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2007.
DENVIR, J. Legal Reelism: Movies as Legal TextsUrbana: University of Illinois Press, 1996. 
ESCUDERO ALDAY. Rafael. Intervención divina. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2005.
FLORES, Fernando. Senderos de gloria, obedecer ¿A qué Derecho?. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2004.
GARCÍA AMADO, Juan Antonio. La lista de Schindler. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2003.
GARCÍA INDA, Andrés y María José GONZÁLEZ ORDOVÁS. Brazil diciendo NO. Reflexiones ético políticas de Terry Gilliam. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2008.
GÓMEZ COLOMER, Juan Luis. El perfil del jurado en el cine. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2004.
GONZÁLEZ TORRES, Ángel Pelayo. Torturas en el cine. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2004.
HARRIS, T. J. Courtroom’s Finest Hour in American CinemaMetuchen, N. J.: The Scarecrown Press, 1987.
KIPNIS, Laura. (Male) Desire and (Female) Disgust: Reading Hustler. En: Popular Culture: production and consumption. HARRINGTON, Lee y Denise BIELBY (Eds.) Blackwell Publishing. 2004.
LATORRE LATORRE, Virgilio. Anatomía de un asesinato. En: Tirant lo Blanch, 2004.
LUCAS RAMÓN, Irene. Los olvidados La violencia de los excluidos. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2008.
MACHURA, S. y P. ROBSON. Law and Film. Londres: Blackwell, 2001.
MÜLLER, Jürgen. Lo mejor del cine de los 90. Taschen, Madrid. 2003.
MUÑOZ CONDE, Francisco. ¿Vencedores o vencidos ? Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, Tirant lo Blanch, 2003.
ORTS BERENGUER, Enrique. Prostitución y derecho en el cine. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2002.
PÉREZ TRIVIÑO, José Luis. La letra escarlata. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2003.
PRESNO LINERA, Miguel Ángel. Una introducción cinematográfica al Derecho. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2006.
RAFTER, N. Shots in the Mirror: Crime Films and Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.
REDHEAD, S. Unpopular Cultures: The Birth of Law and Popular Culture. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1995.
RIVAYA, Benjamín. Cine y pena de muerte. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2002.
RIVAYA, Benjamín y Pablo de la CIMADerecho y cine en 100 películas. Valencia, Tirant lo Blanch, 2004.
RIVAYA, Benjamín, Ricardo GARCÍA MANRIQUE y Víctor MÉNDEZ BAIGES. Eutanasia y cine. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2008.
RUIZ SANZ, Mario. El verdugo: un retrato satírico del asesino legal. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2002.
SALAZAR BENÍTEZ, Octavio. Las Horas. El tiempo de las mujeres. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2007.
SAN MIGUEL, Enrique. Historia, Derecho y cine. Madrid: Editorial Centro de Estudios Ramón Arcés, 2003.
SCHMILL, Ulises. Macbeth, la tragedia del poder. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2004.
URRA, Javier, Agustín COMPADRE y Carmelo ROMERO. Jauría Humana: cine y psicología. Barcelona: Gedisa, 2004.

Artículos

FERNÁNDEZ-SANTOS, Ángel. Nadar y guardar la ropa. En: El País. Edición del 6 de marzo de 1997.
ADAMS, Jeffrey. Orson Welles’s The Trial: Film noir and the Kafkaesque. En: College Literature. Verano 2002.
ASIMOV, Michael. When Lawyers Were HeroesEn: University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
Bad Lawyers in the Movies. En: Nova Law Review, No 24 (2), 2000.
Divorce in the Movies: From the Hayes Code to Kramer vs. Kramer. En: Legal Studies Forum, No 24, 2000.
Film CommentaryEn: Legal Studies Forum, No 24, 2000.
Embodiment of Evil: Law Firms in the Movies. En: UCLA Law Review, No 48, 2001.
BARTON, Benjamin H. Harry Potter and the Half-Crazed Bureaucracy. En: Michigan Law Review, No 104, 2006.
BATEY, Robert. Hawthorne’s the Custom House, Introductory to the Scarlet Letter, and the Conflict between Individual Liberty and Social Control. En: Syracuse Law Review, No 53, 2003.
BERETS, Ralph. Changing Images of Justice in American Films. En: Legal Studies Forum No 20, 1996.
Lawyers in Film: 1996. En: Legal Studies Forum, No 99, 1998.
BERGMAN, Paul. A Bunch of Circumstantial Evidence. En: University of San Francisco Law Review, 1996.
The Movie Lawyers’ Guide to Redemptive Legal Practice. En: UCLA Law Review, No 48, 2001.
Pranks for the Memory. En: University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
BLUM, Carolyn Patty. Images of Lawyering and Political Activism in In the Name of the Father. University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
BOHNKE, M.Myth and Law in the Films of John Ford. En: Journal of Law and Society, No 28, 2001.
BOULTER, Joe. Children and Slaves in the West: Imagining Fraternity Among Outlaws in The Secret Imagination. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 24, 1999.
BROOKS, Justin P. Will Boys Just Be Boyz N the Hood? — African-American Directors Portray a Crumbling Justice System in Urban America. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 22, 1997.
CAVESTANY, Juan. El pornógrafo crucificado. En: El País. Edición del 21 de febrero de 1997.
CHASE, Anthony. True Crime (reviewing Albert Borowitz, Blood and Ink).En: Legal Studies Forum, No. 27, 2003.
COLMO, Christopher A., Law and Love in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 26, 2001.
CORCOS, Christine Alice. Presuming Innocence: Alan Pakula and Scott Turow Take on the Great American Legal Fiction, En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 22, 1997.
Prosecutors, Prejudices, and Justice: Observations on Presuming Innocence in Popular Culture and Law. En: University of Toledo Law Review, No 34, 2003.
Legal Fictions: Irony, Storytelling, Truth and Justice in the Modern Courtroom DramaEn: University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review, No 25, 2003.
COYNE, R. Images of Lawyers and the Three Stooges. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 22, 1997.
CHASE, Anthony. Subterranean Government, Underground Film. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 22, 1997. 
DENVIR, John. Frank Capra’s First Amendment. En: Legal Studies Forum, No 15, 1991.
Introduction: One Movie No Lawyer Should Miss. En: University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
Law, Lawyers, Film and Television. En: Legal Studies Forum, No 24, 2000.
The Slotting Function: How Movies Influence Political Decisions. En: Vermont Law Review, No 28, 2004.
DISALVO, Charles R. Gandhi: The Spirituality and Politics of Suffering. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 22, 1997.
DREXLER, P. The German Courtroom Film During the Nazi Period: Ideology, Aesthetics, Historical Context. En: Journal of Law and Society, No 28, 2001. 
ELKINS, James R. Reading/Teaching Lawyer Films. En: Vermont Law Review, No 28, 2004.
EPSTEIN, Michael M. Law and the Supernatural: How One Film’s Truth Compulsion Conceit Critiques and Redeems the post-O.J. Lawyer. En: Vermont Law Review, No 28, 2004.
Symposium: Law in Film/ Film in Law: Introduction. En: Vermont Law Review, No 28, 2004.
ESQUIBEL, Amanda K. Be Led Not Into Temptation: Ethics Lessons from The Rainmaker. En: University of Memphis Law Review, No 26, 2000.
FALETTI, Heidi E. The Workings of Law in Kafka’s Der Prozess and Böll’s Die Verlorene der Katharina Blum. En: ALSA Forum, No 6, 1982.
FEDIRKA, Sarah. Crossing Boundaries: Social Borders & Alternative Realities in The Crying of Lot. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 24, 1999.
FELIX, Robert Louis. The Ox-Bow Incident. En: Legal Studies Forum, No 24, 2000.
FINET, Scott.
Franz Kafka’s Trial as Symbol in Judicial Opinions. En: Legal Studies Forum, No 12, 1988.
FERNÁDEZ-SANTOS, Ángel. A veces son las mentes más sucias las que aman de forma más limpia. En: El País. Edición del 22 de febrero de 1997.
FOSTER, Teree E. I Want to Live! Federal Judicial Values in Death Penalty Cases: Preservation of Rights or Punctuality of Execution. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 22, 1997.
FRIEDMAN, LLaw, Lawyers, and Popular Culture. En: Yale Law Journal, 1989.
GLEICHER, Jules. The Bard at the Bar: Some Citations of Shakespeare by the United States Supreme Court. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 26, 2001.
GRAHAM, Louise Everett y Geraldine MASCHIO. A False Public Sentiment: Narrative and Visual Images of Women Lawyers in Film. En: Kentucky Law Journal. No 84, 1996.
GRANT, Judith. Lawyers as Superheroes: The Firm, The Client, and Pelican Brief. En: University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
GREENFIELD, S. y OSBORN, G. Lawyers in Film: Where Myth Meets Reality. En: New Law Journal, 1993.
The Living Law: Popular Film as Legal Text. En: The Law Teacher. No 33, 1995.
Where Cultures Collide: The Characterization of Law and Lawyers in Film. En: International Journal of the Sociology of Law, No 23, 1995.
– Pulped Fiction? Cinematic Parables of (In)Justice. En: University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
HARDING, R. Celluloid Death: Cinematic Depictions of Capital Punishment. En: University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
JOHNSON-McGRATH, Julie. Witness for the Prosecution: Science versus Crime in Twentieth Century America. En: Legal Studies Forum, No 22, 1998.
KAMIR, Orit. Towards a Theory of Law-and-Film: A Case Study of Hollywood’s Hero-Lawyer and the Construction of Honor and Dignity . University of Michigan Law, Public Law Working Paper No. 34. Febrero de 2004.
– Why ‘Law-and-Film’ and What Does it Actually Mean? A Perspective. En: Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, No 19(2), Junio 2005. Pp. 255-278.
KERSHEN, Drew L. Breaker Morant. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review, No 22, 1997.
LURVEY, I. y A. EISEMAN. Divorce Goes to the Movies. En: University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
MANCHURA, Stefan y Peter ROBSON. Subterranean Government, Underground Film. En: Journal of Law and Society, No 28 (1), 2001.
MACAULAY, S. Images of Law in Everyday Life: The Lessons of School, Entertainment and Spectator Sports. En: Law and Society Review, No 21, 1987.
MEYER, P. Law Students Go to the Movies. En: Connecticut Law Review, No 24, 1992.
MINOW, N. “An Idea is a Greater Monument Than a Cathedral”: Deciding How We Know What We Know in Inherit the Wind. En: University of San Francisco Law Review. No 30, 1996.
MORAN, L. Heroes and Brothers in Love: the Male Homosexual as Lawyer in Popular Culture. En: Studies in Law, Politics and Society, No 18, 1998.
NEVINS, F. Man in the Middle: Unsung Classic of the Warren Court. En: University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
Through the Great Depression on Horseback: Lawyers in Western Films of the 1930’s. En: AA. VV. The Lawyer in Popular Culture: Proceedings of a Conference. Littleton: Fred B. Rothman & Co., 1993
MORGAN, Ed. The Mild, Mild West: Living by a Code in Canadian Law and Film. University of Toronto, Legal Studies Research Paper No. 899143.
OSBORN, Guy. Borders and Boundaries: Locating the Law in Film. En: Journal of Law and Society, No 28 (1), 2001.
PENNEY, Steven. Mass Torts, Mass Culture: Canadian Mass Tort Law and Hollywood Narrative Film. Queen’s Law Journal, Vol. 30, No. 1, Pp. 205-59, 2004.
POST, R. On the Popular Image of the Lawyer: Reflections in a Dark Glass. En: California Law Review, No 75, 1987.
ROSEMBERG, N. Hollywood on Trials: Courts and Films, 1930-1960. En: Law and History Review, No 12, 1994.
SELINGER, C. Dramatizing on Film the Uneasy Role of the American Criminal Defense Lawyer: True Believer. En: Oklahoma City University Law Review. No 22, 1997.
SHAPIRO, C. Women Lawyers in Celluloid: Why Hollywood Skirts the Truth. En: University of Toledo Law Review, No 25, 1995.
SHERWIN, Richard K. Cape Fear: Law’s Inversion and Cathartic Justice. En: University of San Francisco Law Review, No 30, 1996.
Popular Culture and Law. International Library of Essays in Law and Society. New York Law School, Public Law and Legal Theory, Research Paper Series, No 07/08 #4, 2006.
What Screen Do You Have in Mind? Contesting the Visual Context of Law and Film Studies. En: Studies in Law, Politics and Society, Austin Sarat, ed., Elsevier, 2008.
SILBEY, Jessica M. A History of Representations of Justice: Coincident Preoccupations of Law and Film. En: Representations of Justice, Masson, O’Connors, eds., Peter Lang, 2007.