Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law




About the contributors | text |


In Memory of Geert van den Steenhoven.  [Pages 1-14]

       Fons Strijbosch  | abstract | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


Profession: "Poacher":

New Strategies to Accommodate Indigenous Rights Over Natural

Resources.  [Pages 15-31]

       Manfred O. Hinz  | abstract | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


Caught in the Cross-Hairs:

Liberalizing Trade (Post-M.A.I.) and Privatizing the Right to Fish:

Implications for Canada's Native Fisheries.  [Pages 33-51]

       Melanie G. Wiber  | abstract | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


The Impact of Working in Two Worlds and its Effect on Navajo

Police Officers.  [Pages 53-71]

       Larry A. Gould  | abstract | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


Group Rights in Post-Apartheid South Africa:

The Case of the Traditional Leaders.  [Pages 73-103]

       Barbara Oomen  | abstract | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


Navajo Nation Courts, Peacemaking and Restorative Justice

Issues.  [Pages 105-126]

       Marianne O. Nielsen  | abstract | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


Multicultural Jurisprudence and the Culture Defense.  [Pages 127-161]

       William I. Torry  | abstract | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


Book Review


The Melting Pot of Old and New:

A Multiple Analysis of Dispute Management by the

State Courts within the Burundi Socio-Political Context.

Marcus Weilenmann, Burundi: Konflikt und Rechtskonflikt: Eine

rechtsethnologische Studie zur Konfliktregelung der Gerichte (1997).

[Pages 163-169]

       Marina d'Engelbronner-Kolff | reviewe (pdf) |



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