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Author, ‘Title of Chapter’ in Editor (ed), Title of the Book (Edition, Publisher Year).
Panu Minkkinen, ‘Critical Legal Method as Attitude’ in Dawn Watkins and Mandy Burton (eds), Research Methods in Law (2nd edn, Routledge 2018).
Minkkinen P, ‘Critical Legal Method as Attitude’ in Dawn Watkins and Mandy Burton (eds), Research Methods in Law (2nd edn, Routledge 2018)
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