NUMBER 65 / 2012 / CONTENTS
About the Contributors | text (pdf) |
All Law is Plural.
Legal Pluralism and the Distinctiveness of Law. [Pages 1-30]
Land Grabbing, Investment Principles and Plural Legal
Orders of Land Use. [Pages 31-63]
Martina Locher, Bernd Steimann and Bishnu Raj Upreti
Replicating 'A Model of Mutual Respect':
Could Singapore's Legal Pluralism Work in Australia?
Substantive Equality and Maternal Mortality in Nigeria.
Legal Pluralism Incarnate:
An Institutional Perspective on Courts of Law in Colonial and
Postcolonial Settings. [Pages 133-163]
Halacha, the 'Jewish State' and the Canadian Agunah:
Comparative Law at the Intersection of Religious and Secular
Orders. [Pages 165-204]
© The Publishers of the Journal of Legal Pluralism and Authors, 2012. ISSN 0732-9113