This special issue of SAQ was convened to facilitate dialogue between critical scholars outside of the legal academy and a new wave of legal scholars focused on the critique of capitalism. The following conversation furthers that effort by bringing together two major scholars who demonstrate the stakes and importance of establishing and developing these intellectual connections. Amy Kapczynski is one of the founders of and most prominent voices in the Law and Political Economy (LPE) Project, whose work focuses on the political economy of the politics of care, informational capitalism, and health. Wendy Brown is a political theorist who, in addition to being a preeminent scholar of neoliberalism and democracy, is one of the central figures bringing the study of law into political theory.

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