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Cercel, Cosmin; Fusco, Gian Giacomo and Lavis, Simon (2020). Introduction: Untimely Considerations on the State of Exception. In: Lavis, Simon; Cercel, Cosmin and Fusco, Gian Giacomo eds. States of Exception: Law, History, Theory. Law and Politics. Routledge, pp. 1–12.

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Lavis, Simon (2023). The Constitutive Role of Nazi Law: Constructing Complicity in the Third Reich. In: Fulbrook, Mary; Willems, Bastiaan; Bird, Stephanie and Rauch, Stefanie eds. Perpetration and Complicity under Nazism and Beyond: Compromised Identities? London: Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 145–158.

Lavis, Simon (2021). The Exception of the Norm in the Third Reich: (Re)Reading the Nazi Constitutional State of Exception. In: Cercel, Cosmin; Fusco, Gian Giacomo and Lavis, Simon eds. States of exception: law, history, theory. Law and politics: continental perspectives. Routledge, pp. 92–116.

Lavis, Simon (2020). Nazi Law as Pure Instrument: Natural Law, (Extra-)Legal Terror, and the Neglect of Ideology. In: Klimaszewska, Anna and Gałędek, Michał eds. Modernisation, National Identity, and Legal Instrumentalism: Studies in Comparative Legal History (Vol. II: Public Law), Volume 36. Brill, pp. 192–216.

Lavis, Simon (2019). Nazi Law as Non-law in Academic Discourse. In: Skinner, Stephen ed. Ideology and Criminal Law: Fascist, National Socialist and Authoritarian Regimes. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 59–76.

Lavis, Simon (2018). The Distorted Jurisprudential Discourse of Nazi Law: Uncovering the ‘Rupture Thesis’ in the Anglo-American Legal Academy. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique, 31(4) pp. 745–770.


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