Legal pluralism panels at the Global Meeting on Law & Society, Lisbon 2022
We are pleased to announce that there will be twelve panels on legal pluralism at Lisbon 2022 spread over the four days of the conference and covering a range of themes.
The role of women in traditional and minority governance structures in southern Africa and elsewhere
Theoretical and empirical perspectives on legal pluralism
Adaptive legal pluralism in post-colonial states
Contestation and dispossession of space: a legal pluralistic inquiry
Legal pluralism in war-torn societies
Experiencing migration, navigating legal pluralism
Human dramas at the intersection of secular and religious law
PluriLand I & II: theorizing conflict and contestation in plural land regimes
Legal pluralism as a means to promote international development projects
Decolonizing the normative power of technology and materiality in postcolonial plural legal settings
Managing legal pluralism: processes, driving forces and effects
Indigenous rights being transformed
Nature, rights and the law
A full list of the legal pluralism panels is available here.