Bailey, Victor. Policing and Punishment in Nineteenth-Century Britain. London: Croom Helm, 1981.

Coles, Robert. “Charles Dickens and the Law." Virginia Quarterly Review 59 (Autumn, 1983): 564-586.

DeCicco, Lynne Marie. “Uneasy Alliances: Women and Lawyers in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century English Novel." Dissertation Abstracts International. (December 1992): 53:6 DAI No.: DA 9231995.

Harding, Christopher, Bill Hines, Richard Ireland et. al. Imprisonment in England and Whales: A Concise History. Beckham, Kent: Croom Helm, 1985.

Holdsworth, Williams S. Charles Dickens as a Legal Historian. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1928.

Johnson, E.D.H. “Dickens and the Legal Profession." Charles Dickens: An Introduction to his Novels. New York: Random House, 1969. 40-41.

Kiralfy, A.K.R. Potter's Historical Introduction to English Law and Its Institutions. London: Sweet and Maxwell, 1958.

Manheim, Leonard F. “The Law as 'Father;' An Aspect of the Dickens Pattern." University of Hartford Studies in Literature 9 (1977): 100-109.

Miller, Michael G. “Dickens and the Law." Dissertation Abstracts International 36 (1976): 6708A-09A.

Neel, Bege Bowers “Lawyers on Trial: Attitudes Towards the Lawyer's Use and Abuse of Rhetoric in nineteenth century England." Dissertation Abstracts International 45 (1985): 3136A- 3137A.

Neely, Robert D. The Lawyers of Dickens and Their Clerks. Boston: Christopher Publishing House, 1936. 11-19.

Palmegiano, E.M. Crime in Victorian Britain: An Annotated Bibliography from Nineteenth-Century British Magazines. Westport CT and London: Greenwood Press, 1993.

Quirk, Eugene. “Dickens' Men of Law: Dickens' Changing Vision of English Legal Practice." Dissertation Abstracts International 34 (August 1973): 738A (Illinois, 1972).

Radzinowicz, Leon and Roger Hood. “A History of English Criminal Law and its Administration from 1750." Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume 5: The Emergence of a Penal Policy. London: Stevens and Sons, 1986.

Rubin, G.R. and David Sugarman. Law, Economy, and Society, 1750-1914: Essays in the History of English Law. Abingdon: Professional Books, 1984.

Sargent, Robert B. “The Machinery of Justice in the Novels of Charles Dickens: Legal Process and the Counter System of Natural Justice." Dissertation Abstracts International 33 (May 1973): 6325A

Tewari, R.P., and S.P. Jain. “Dickens and the Law." Agra University Journal of Research (Letters) 21 (January 1973): 41-45.

Thomas, Roland R. “Making the Darkness Visible: Capturing the Criminal and Observing the Law in Victorian Photography and Detective Fiction." In Victorian Literature and the Victorian Visual Imagination. Ed. Carol T. Christ and John J. Jordan. Berkley: University of California Press, 1995. 136-58.

Weinstock, Donald J. “Jaggers in The Country." North Dakota Quarterly 47 (Summer 1979): 25-29.

Materials in the Victorian Web

"Flawed Legal Systems in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Great Expectations."

Wells, Erin. “Swindlers and Society in Dickens and Carlyle."

Last Modified 23 October 2002