Why lawyers internationalize and police transnationalize: disjointed criminal justice at the border of the state

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Why lawyers internationalize and police transnationalize : disjointed criminal justice at the border of the state. / Christensen, Mikkel Jarle.

In: Crime, Law and Social Change, 07.2021.

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Christensen, MJ 2021, 'Why lawyers internationalize and police transnationalize: disjointed criminal justice at the border of the state', Crime, Law and Social Change. <https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10611-021-09965-y>

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Christensen, M. J. (2021). Why lawyers internationalize and police transnationalize: disjointed criminal justice at the border of the state. Crime, Law and Social Change. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10611-021-09965-y

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Christensen MJ. Why lawyers internationalize and police transnationalize: disjointed criminal justice at the border of the state. Crime, Law and Social Change. 2021 Jul.

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Christensen, Mikkel Jarle. / Why lawyers internationalize and police transnationalize : disjointed criminal justice at the border of the state. In: Crime, Law and Social Change. 2021.

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