Legal Education, Privatization and the Market:
Where once, law schools produced bastions of honourable and ethical practices, today’s law schools produce bland enforcers of the law, incapable of questioning the very principles that form the bedrock of their education.
From the case method to the moot court, modern legal education trains students to comply with legal authority, forever bowing to the whims of judges, professors and tutors. In this book, Krook lays out a new way of teaching law and questions the future of legal education.
Us vs Them: A Case for Social Empathy:
In the age of Trump, it is more important than ever to question how we can break down barriers between different people and end long-lasting feuds based on racism, xenophobia and bigotry.
Krook argues that divisions can be mended if people come together to celebrate their similarities and diminish their differences. This book offers practical solutions to the problems of alienation, racism, discrimination and bigotry in modern cities.