Legal Pluralism and Critical Social Analysis double issue now available
The editors of our journal are pleased to announce that the journal’s issues 2 and 3 for 2022 are now available including some open access and free to access articles.
Full access to all articles is included in annual membership of the Commission on Legal Pluralism.
Articles featured in this issue:
Dik Roth. From the Editors: In Memoriam Keebet von Benda-Beckmann (1946–2022)
Marieke J. Hopman. Wait, What Are We Fighting about? – Kelsen, Ehrlich and the Reconciliation of Normative Jurisprudence and Sociology of Law
María Julia Ochoa Jiménez. 2022. Indigenous Peoples’ Normative Orders and Restitution: Latin American Private International Law and Human Rights
Germarié Viljoen. Construing the Transformed Property Paradigm of South Africa’s Water Law: New Opportunities Presented by Legal Pluralism?
Reetta Toivanen. Protecting Indigenous Identities? An Example of Cultural Expertise on Sámi Identity
Chiara Tribulato. “Uno Di Noi”: Conflict Avoidance and Resolution within the Italian Sinti Community
Rebecca Emiene Badejogbin. Judicial Discretion: Problematizing the Ascertainment and Application of Customary Law by Formal Courts and Relevant Theories (Nigeria and South Africa)
Dejene Gemechu Chala and Nega Jibat Gemede. Legal Pluralism, Gender and Justice: Women’s Rights to Property under Marriage Dissolution among the Oromo in Jimma, Ethiopia
Habeeb Abdulrauf Salihu and Hossein Gholami. Perceived Unfair Procedural Justice, Distrusted Legal Institutions and (Re)Emergence of Indigenous Restorative Justice Administration in Apata-Aje Community, Nigeria
Fulera Issaka-Toure. Law as Performance: Theatricality, Spectatorship and the Making of Law in Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Amy R. Codling. Subversive Legal History: A Manifesto for the Future of Legal Education