Luke Mason is a philosopher and academic lawyer. Much of his published work focuses on labour law and social policy, in particular the nature of working relationships and their constitution by law. Another broad focus of his work is the relationship between legal reasoning and other areas of knowledge, such as those found in science, literature and art. His work often focuses on the social function of legal forms and how these can be modified and revisited to achieve more creative uses of legal concepts. He has taught and researched at Universities across Europe, including in the UK, France, Italy and Germany, and is part of numerous international research networks in his fields of interest. He is currently Associate Professor in Law at BCU, Birmingham, UK and also teaches law at the Sorbonne Law School and ICP in Paris.
Caveat Reading Room #12: Is it simply a conversation?
Collective reading and discussion of excerpts of the reflections written by Caveat 'dramaturgs' Steyn Bergs and Luke Mason.