A joke can be a powerfully disruptive force - challenging the codes, protocols and norms on which any language is based. We could seemingly apply the same logic to the law, itself based on a series of codes, protocols and norms. But the law is notoriously unfunny. Is there such a thing as a legal joke? And if so, what could it produce - especially with regard the laws that govern our built environment? Put more simply; can jokes bring down buildings?
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|