Are you interested in becoming a member? You can subscribe to the Commission on Legal Pluralism by registering at groupspace and paying the membership fee following the instructions.
The annual membership fee amounts to €31.26 and includes one year complementary online subscription to the Journal of Legal Pluralism, published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis.
In addition, the Commission provides a number of services to its members, such as e-mail alerts on events and activities in the field of legal pluralism and reduced fees for the international conferences organized by the Commission.
Membership is open to anyone with a serious and substantial scholarly or practical commitment to or involvement in the field of legal pluralism. For more information you can contact the Executive Secretary, Carolien Jacobs.
We offer the possibility of requesting a payment exemption by filling in the following form
Call for Papers for the International conference of the Commission on Legal Pluralism, in collaboration with the University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law and Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law: Knowledge, Power and the Politics of Difference - Looking at Legal Pluralism “from Down-under”.
Also attached is a list of proposed panels linked to the conference theme.
The conference will be held at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on 15-17 July 2020.
Please send your abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org (for the attention of Prof Jennifer Corrin) no later than January 31, 2020 (extended deadline).
Writing Workshop for young scholarsDuring the Brisbane Conference (15-17 July, 2020) Dik Roth organizes a Writing Workshop for young scholars aiming to publish their work in the Journal of Legal Pluralism.
CLP Conference Brisbane - CALL FOR PANELS
Call for Panels for the International Conference of the Commission on Legal Pluralism in collaboration with the University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law and Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law: Knowledge, Power and the Politics of Difference - Looking at Legal Pluralism “from Down-under”...
CLP Course & Conference 2020 in Brisbane
The dates for our upcoming Commission on Legal Pluralism Conference in Brisbane (Australia) are set...
Call for Applications – Trials Workshops NU, SingaporeThe Centre for Asian Legal Studies (CALS) at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore (NUS Law), is pleased to invite applications for either of two workshops to train law and society scholars who conduct research in Asia....
Call for papers: 9th International Conference on Culture and International LawThe Center for International Law Studies (CILS) Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia in collaboration with Faculty of Law Brawijaya University are pleased to announce....
Global South Writing Workshops
The Centre for Law and Global Justice, Cardiff University, is running a series of writing workshops with partners in the global south, and with UK socio-legal journals and the British Academy. The workshops are...
In Memoriam Gordon Woodman (1937-2017)It is with great sadness that we note the passing of Gordon Woodman who was...
In Memoriam John Griffiths (1940-2017)It is with great sadness that we note the passing of John Griffiths....
New Board elected
Dear Members of the Commission on Legal Pluralism,
It is our pleasure to announce that we have a new Board.
The following persons have been elected...