Law Text Culture


This essay considers the persona of the minor jurisprudent through the eyes of jurisprudence and wonders what might happen when the jurisprudent leaves an ‘out of office’ notice on their office door or email. It reports on some elements of jurisprudence as an unofficial training in the conduct of office, considers how a jurisographer might address the writings of jurisprudents, attends to some sites of law and reflects on the ways such attendance is considered a matter of the conduct of lawful relations. Its motivating conceit follows the rarely tested understanding that London bears or carries a jurisprudence.