University of Edingurh’s Centre for Legal Theory is organising a Legal Theory Festival 2018. This event is open to all and has no registration fee. It will commence on June 4 and will end on June 8 and it will at old college of the university.
About the Edinburgh Centre for Legal Theory:
The Edinburgh Centre for Legal Theory (ECLT) combines an openness to diverse areas and styles of theoretical research with a deeply collegiate atmosphere in which staff, students, and visitors collaborate closely to further both personal and shared research agendas.
The ECLT, in close collaboration with the student-run Legal Theory Research Group, organises a series of events, including a dedicated seminar series and the annual Legal Theory Festival.
About the Programme:
June 4, 2018 – 15.00 – 17.00 – Neil MacCormick Room, DHT
Globalisation, the Rule of Law, and the Danger of Taking Legal Pluralism Too Far
- Matthew Grellette (McMaster University)
June 5, 2018 – Elder Room, Old College
‘Virtue Ethics, Markets, and the Law’
- Chapin Cimino (Drexel University)
- Dominic Burbidge (Oxford)
- Irit Samet-Porat (KCL)
- Prince Saprai (UCL)
- René Urueña (Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia)
06 June 2018 – Raeburn Room, Old College
‘40 years of Neil MacCormick’s Legal Reasoning and Legal Theory’
- Luís Duarte d’Almeida (Edinburgh)
- John Gardner (Oxford)
- Eveline Feteris (Amsterdam)
- Claudio Michelon (Edinburgh)
- Maggie O’Brien (Edinburgh)
- Zenon Bankowski (Edinburgh)
07 June 2018 – Elder Room, Old College
‘Conceptual Analysis and the Future of Jurisprudence’
- Maria Teresa Marques (Universidad de Barcelona)
- Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco (Surrey)
- Kevin Toh (UCL)
- Scott Shapiro (Yale University)
08 June 2018 – Raeburn Room, Old College
Book Symposium: Hans Lindahl – Authority and the Globalisation of Inclusion and Exclusion
- Emilios Christodoulidis (Glasgow)
- Neil Walker (Edinburgh)
- Claudio Michelon (Edinbrugh)
- Hans Lindahl (Tilburg)
- Last for registration: June 1
- Festival Dates: June 4-8
This event is being supported by the Global Justice Academy. This event is free and open to all but registration is required.
To register, click here.
For Official Website, click here.
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