To Kill a Mocking Bird. as a critique of Law

How does the work, To Kill a Mockingbird” critique an aspect of the law? This could be — but doesn’t have to be — through the concept of evidence gathering and interpretation. For analysis, analyze the real law that is being referenced, and utilize at least two of the law and lit theoretical discussion articles : 1. Law as Interpretation – Ronald Dworkin Law as Interpretation – Semantic Scholar

  1. To Kill a Mockingbird ( 1962): Lawyering in an Unjust Society – Taunya Lovell Banks To Kill a Mockingbird (1962): Lawyering in an Unjust Society
    1) Type/Concept of law you want to focus on (for example — criminal law, family law, property law, the concept of evidence, the concept of trial practice):
    2) What is the text from the work of literature that addresses this field of law: