13 December 2012

JOURNAL: Journal of Legal Pluralism

I'm not sure when it came out, but I've just noticed that the (2012) 65 Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law is out. 

In addition to member Mariano Croce's ‘All Law is Plural: Legal Pluralism and the Distinctiveness of Law’, its articles include:
  • Martina Locher, Bernd Steimann and Bishnu Raj Upreti, ‘Land Grabbing, Investment Principles and Plural Legal: Orders of Land Use’
  • Ann Black, ‘Replicating “A Model of Mutual Respect”: Could Singapore's Legal Pluralism Work in Australia?’
  • Ebenezer Durojaye, ‘Substantive Equality and Maternal Mortality in Nigeria’
  • Ido Shahar, ‘Legal Pluralism Incarnate: An Institutional Perspective on Courts of Law in Colonial and Postcolonial Settings’
  • Pascale Fournier, ‘Halacha, the “Jewish State'”and the Canadian Agunah: Comparative Law at the Intersection of Religious and Secular Orders’

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