Call for Abstracts: Public/Private, Unlocking the Boundaries of Legal Thought: Queen’s University Belfast, 23-24 October 2015

This conference aims to provide a forum for exploring and unlocking different aspects of the public/private dichotomy. Contributions are invited from legal and political philosophy, socio-legal theory, legal anthropology, legal history, and other law-related disciplines to tackle questions such as the following: How does and how should law affirm or challenge the public/private divide? What are the underlying commonalities in the foundations of public and private law? What role do private actors play in developing international or transnational law and legal frameworks? How do philosophical, sociological and anthropological perspectives help transcend boundaries such as domestic/international or public/private? How should such perspective inform the law and governance? … (more)

First posted 2015-03-06 16:43:41

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