I’m pleased to welcome Mark Edwards, who will be a guest during the month of November. Mark has been an associate professor at William Mitchell College of Law since 2007. Prior to that, he was a clinical faculty member and fellow at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Mark also practiced law for five years and clerked for Judge Barbara Crabb in the Western District of Wisconsin.
Mark’s scholarship approaches law as a social practice, with a particular focus on the relationship between law and social relations. An example of his approach is Law and the Parameters of Acceptable Deviance, which was published in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology . You can read it here.