Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law




About the Contributors | text (pdf) |


Access to Justice in Pemba City:

How Exploring Women's Lived Realities with

Plural Law Uncovers Programmatic Gaps.  [Pages 1-31]

       Giselle Corradi | abstract | article (pdf) |


Legal and Judicial Pluralism in Namibia and Beyond:

A Modern Approach to African Legal Architecture?

[Pages 33-63]

        Oliver C. Ruppel and Katharina Ruppel-Schlichting

       | abstract | article (pdf) |


Navigating Between Traditional Land Tenure and

Introduced Land Laws in Pacific Island States.  [Pages 65-90]

        Sue Farran | abstract | article (pdf) |


Caught Between Different Legal Pluralisms:

Women who Wear Islamic Dress as the Religious

'Other' in European Rights Discourses.  [Pages 91-120]

        Amy R. Jackson and Dorota A. Gozdecka | abstract | article (pdf) |


Who is Governing Food Systems?

Power and Legal Pluralism in Lobster Traceability.

[Pages 121-148]

        Courtenay E. Parlee and Melanie G. Wiber | abstract | article (pdf) |


Legal Pluralism and the Governability of Fisheries and

Coastal Systems.  [Pages 149-172]

        Svein Jentoft | abstract | article (pdf) |


Pursuing Legal Pluralism:

The Power of Paradigms in a Global World.  [Pages 173-202]

        Anne Griffiths | abstract | article (pdf) |



Book Review


Deborah Isser (ed.), Customary Justice and the Rule of Law in

War-Torn Societies. Washington D.C.:  United States Institute of

Peace Press (2011).  [Pages 203-205]

        Irene I. Hadiprayitno | review (pdf) |



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