Harry Potter and the Law

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Texas Wesleyan Law Review, Vol: 12, Page: 427

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Thomas, Jeffrey E.; Smith, James Charles; Wright, Danaya; Barton, Benjamin H.
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The magnitude of the Harry Potter phenomenon alone would make it worthy of consideration; the fact that it is children's literature, and thus may play a significant part in forming a future generation's attitudes toward law and legal institutions, makes it even more so. The various contributions to this article explore various aspects of law and culture as presented in or viewed through the Harry Potter stories.