Chapters by two Faculty of Law professors appear in new collection

Profs. Meshel and Raso publish new work on water disputes and data, respectively

Sarah Kent - 29 April 2021

Assistant Professors Tamar Meshel and Jennifer Raso have published chapters on their respective research on water disputes and data in The Routledge Handbook of Law and Society.

Published in March, the handbook offers an overview of scholarship at the intersection of law and society.

Raso co-authored the chapter, “Data,” with Nofar Sheffi, a lecturer at the University of New South Wales. The chapter provides a comprehensive and easily accessible overview of what data is and how it functions, despite its seemingly elusive definition.

In Meshel’s chapter, “Water disputes across borders,” she covers the current issues and complex debates surrounding cross-border freshwater dispute resolution.

The collection was edited by Mariana Valverde, Kamari Clarke, Eve Darian-Smith and Prabha Kotiswaran. It will be formally launched at the upcoming Law and Society Association conference in May.