2015 Volume 20 Issue 2


Introduction to the special issue
Melissa de Zwart

Engagement, authenticity and resistance: Using Game of Thrones in teaching law
Mary Heath  and Sal Humphreys

‘You will never walk again … but you will fly’: Human augmentation in the known world
Catherine Easton

‘Nothing burns like the cold’ — except for wildfire: How patents could win the game of thrones
Catherine Bond and Stephanie Crosbie

And the gods will judge: Trial by combat in Game of Thrones
John G Browning and Amanda C Brown

Arbitration by combat
Michael Smith  and Raj Shah

Exploring imaginative legal history: The legalism of the House Stark in the Game of Thrones
Jaakko Husa

‘When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die’: Concepts of justice in George R R Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire
Alyce McGovern, Jenny Wise and Nathan Wise