Here we'd like to collaboratively build a list of works - some canonical, some less well known - that make up legal geographic scholarship. Please feel free to chip in.
Explicitly Legal Geography
Blomley N (2010) Rights of passage: sidewalks and the regulation of public flow Routledge, New York
Blomley, N K, D Delaney, and R Ford, Eds. (2001) The Legal Geographies Reader: Law, power, and space. Blackwell, Oxford
Blomley, N K (1994) Law, space, and the geographies of power, Guilford Press, New York http://www.sfu.ca/~blomley/books.html
Braverman, I, Blomley,N, Delaney,D & Kedar,A (2014) ‘The Expanding Spaces of Law: A Timely Legal Geography’, Stanford Law School, Stanford University Press, California.
Delaney, D (2012) The Spatial, the Legal and the Pragmatics of World-Making
Nomospheric Investigations. Routledge Cavendish. see hereprefigured in Delaney D, 2004, "Tracing displacements: or evictions in the nomosphere" Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 22(6) 847 – 860 Here
and a free and very interesting Antipode review/comment on 'nomosphere' by Melinda Harm Benson http://radicalantipode.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/book-review_benson-on-delaney.pdf
LG Understandings of Property