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Leiden Socio-Legal Lecture, Kevin E. Davis: ‘How to Measure Law’

Date 15 December 2017 Time 13:15 – 15:00  hrs. Address Kamerlingh Onnes Building Steenschuur 25 2311 ES Leiden Room A051 Socio-legal researchers who attempt to conduct quantitative empirical research inevitably confront a fundamental methodological question: how to measure law? This

Leiden Socio-Legal Lecture, Kevin E. Davis: ‘How to Measure Law’

Date 15 December 2017 Time 13:15 – 15:00  hrs. Address Kamerlingh Onnes Building Steenschuur 25 2311 ES Leiden Room A051 Socio-legal researchers who attempt to conduct quantitative empirical research inevitably confront a fundamental methodological question: how to measure law? This

Final Social-Legal Lecture, 16-06, Barbara Ooomen: Realizing rights: people, politics and place

Human rights are under pressure these days, with critics questioning their relevance, legitimacy and effectiveness. At the same time, the worldwide appeal of this ‘global moral lingua franca’ remains remarkable. In this lecture, Barbara Oomen shows how human rights research

Final Social-Legal Lecture, 16-06, Barbara Ooomen: Realizing rights: people, politics and place

Human rights are under pressure these days, with critics questioning their relevance, legitimacy and effectiveness. At the same time, the worldwide appeal of this ‘global moral lingua franca’ remains remarkable. In this lecture, Barbara Oomen shows how human rights research

Lecture Dr. Agnieszka Kubal: Exploring migrants’ lived experiences of the legal systems

Whilst ‘the law’ (international norms, state immigration law and policies) regulates the movement of people, the ‘black letter law’ does not operate in a vacuum. It is important therefore to ask what are the effects of the law on the

Lecture Dr. Agnieszka Kubal: Exploring migrants’ lived experiences of the legal systems

Whilst ‘the law’ (international norms, state immigration law and policies) regulates the movement of people, the ‘black letter law’ does not operate in a vacuum. It is important therefore to ask what are the effects of the law on the

Lezing dr. Naomi Creutzfeldt: Bestuursrecht in de praktijk: De legitimiteit van Europese ombudsmannen

This lecture will explore some of the advantages and challenges of doing a large comparative socio-legal research project. Between 2013-2016 Dr. Creutzfeldt worked on the ESRC FRL project: ‘Trusting the middle-man: impact and legitimacy of ombudsmen in Europe’. Situated in

Lezing dr. Naomi Creutzfeldt: Bestuursrecht in de praktijk: De legitimiteit van Europese ombudsmannen

This lecture will explore some of the advantages and challenges of doing a large comparative socio-legal research project. Between 2013-2016 Dr. Creutzfeldt worked on the ESRC FRL project: ‘Trusting the middle-man: impact and legitimacy of ombudsmen in Europe’. Situated in

Lunch Lecture 19 April Mark Goodale

On the 19th of april, at 12.00, Mark Goodale will give a lunch lecture: “Human Rights in an Anthropological Key: Exploring a Para-Normative Approach to the Practice of Human Rights” This talk will introduce a new methodology for linking what

Lunch Lecture 19 April Mark Goodale

On the 19th of april, at 12.00, Mark Goodale will give a lunch lecture: “Human Rights in an Anthropological Key: Exploring a Para-Normative Approach to the Practice of Human Rights” This talk will introduce a new methodology for linking what

Exploring the economic life of law with sociological imagination, visual methods and experimental attitude

Leiden Social-Legal Series: Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris Date 24 March 2017 Time 13:00 – 15:00  hrs. Address Old Observatory Sterrenwachtlaan 11 2311 GPW Leiden Room B 1.04 My research focuses on what I call the ‘economic life of law’. Put another way, I

Exploring the economic life of law with sociological imagination, visual methods and experimental attitude

Leiden Social-Legal Series: Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris Date 24 March 2017 Time 13:00 – 15:00  hrs. Address Old Observatory Sterrenwachtlaan 11 2311 GPW Leiden Room B 1.04 My research focuses on what I call the ‘economic life of law’. Put another way, I

LUCIS Annual Lecture | Sharia, Law, and China

By: Matthew S. Erie Date 17 March 2017 Time 16:15 – 17:15  hrs. Address Old Observatory Sterrenwachtlaan 11 2311 GPW Leiden Room C.1.04 Sitterzaal How do China’s Muslim minorities abide by sharia in a (post)socialist party-state, and how has the party-state responded

LUCIS Annual Lecture | Sharia, Law, and China

By: Matthew S. Erie Date 17 March 2017 Time 16:15 – 17:15  hrs. Address Old Observatory Sterrenwachtlaan 11 2311 GPW Leiden Room C.1.04 Sitterzaal How do China’s Muslim minorities abide by sharia in a (post)socialist party-state, and how has the party-state responded

Security, Emergency and Law: Towards a Multi-Scalar Approach

Public Research seminar with Prof. Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University And Prof. Mariana Valverde, University of Toronto MONDAY MARCH 20, 4-6PM, followed by drinks Location: REC-B (9th floor) – Common Room Political ScienceRoeterseilandcampus – gebouw B/C/D (ingang B/C) Nieuwe Achtergracht

Security, Emergency and Law: Towards a Multi-Scalar Approach

Public Research seminar with Prof. Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University And Prof. Mariana Valverde, University of Toronto MONDAY MARCH 20, 4-6PM, followed by drinks Location: REC-B (9th floor) – Common Room Political ScienceRoeterseilandcampus – gebouw B/C/D (ingang B/C) Nieuwe Achtergracht

Leiden Social-Legal Series 24 February: Judith Masson

On Friday 24 February Prof. Judith Masson, professor of Socio-legal Studies at Bristol University and a Fellow of the Academy of Social Science in the U.K., will deliver a lecture within the Leiden Socio-Legal Series.The lecture is titled: Many windows

Leiden Social-Legal Series 24 February: Judith Masson

On Friday 24 February Prof. Judith Masson, professor of Socio-legal Studies at Bristol University and a Fellow of the Academy of Social Science in the U.K., will deliver a lecture within the Leiden Socio-Legal Series.The lecture is titled: Many windows

Leiden Social-Legal Series, 3 February: Peering Through the Legal Mobilisation Lens to Analyse the Potential of Legal Advocacy

Friday 3 February ILS 2.0 presents: Leiden Socio-Legal Series:“Peering Through the Legal Mobilisation Lens to Analyse the Potential of Legal Advocacy” by Dr. Jeff Handmaker – International Institute for Social Studies, Erasmus University. As Trubek and Galanter observed already more

Leiden Social-Legal Series, 3 February: Peering Through the Legal Mobilisation Lens to Analyse the Potential of Legal Advocacy

Friday 3 February ILS 2.0 presents: Leiden Socio-Legal Series:“Peering Through the Legal Mobilisation Lens to Analyse the Potential of Legal Advocacy” by Dr. Jeff Handmaker – International Institute for Social Studies, Erasmus University. As Trubek and Galanter observed already more