Call for Papers: Conference on Law in Transition

May 11, 2017 at 2:42 pm Leave a comment

The conference titled Law in transition – Interacting legal orders and changing actors will be held from September 28-29, 2017 in Denmark.  Conference organizers have issued a call for papers in relation to three different conference sessions: Session 1: Different legal orders and their interaction; Session 2: The changing role and nature of legal actors; and Session 3: Emerging approaches in legal research.

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Topics: Calls for Papers; Conferences & Symposia.

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