WG Comparative Legal Culture

The Working Group on Comparative Legal Culture is interested in exploring the potential of the concept for a better understanding of social phenomena such as crime, dispute resolution, corruption, processes of legal transplant and international regulation, as well as examining the specifics of the locally constructed meanings, roles and images of law. We expect that this will include discussion of the methodological problems of interdisciplinary work linking the sociology of law, legal anthropology, social psychology, comparative law, and related fields. Chair: Marina Kurkchiyan


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