In Law and Humanity, Michael Serota argues that legal scholarship and the humanities can and should complement each other. His response to Christine Stark's Run, a creative memoir published in a Law Review Symposium issue on the topic of human trafficking, argues that placing a survivor's memoir at the beginning of the issue impacts the way readers understand the articles that follow. Serota suggests that incorporating art and narrative into legal research gives a depth and perspective to scholarship that helps keep it connected to humanity.
Humanity and Law
- Michael Serota
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- J.D. 2010, University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall). The author would like to thank Michelle Singer, Ethan Leib, Robert Dolehide, Jennifer Chang, Catherine Curlet, and Christine Stark for their helpful comments.