Networks

Networks

  • The Law and Social Sciences Research Network , supported by the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, JNU:
    THE IDEA OF LASSnet: The Centre for the Study of Law and Governance [Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi] has initiated the establishment of the "Law and Social Sciences Research Network" in order to bring together scholars, lawyers and doctoral researchers engaged in research and teaching of issues of law in different social sciences in contemporary South Asian contexts. We believe that the critical work that has emerged from different institutional locations and theoretical frameworks, has yet to find a common forum which can act as a medium for exchange of ideas, work, materials, pedagogies and aspirations for the way law, regulation and society as objects of research as well as sites of praxis have been envisaged variously. The attempt of this network is to create a forum for academics, researchers, and lawyers to interact with each other to find productive conversations with each other as well as enhance these conversations into future directions that law and social sciences scholarship in India might mature into. See the announcement of Lassnet 2nd Conference, Pune, Dec.2010.
  • The Commission on Legal Pluralism organized a Congress in Zürich from August 31 to September 3, 2009 > Download abstracts (938 Ko)
  • The Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA), a member of the American Anthropological Association; the APLA publishes The Political and Legal Anthropology Review
  • The Law and Society Association, University of Massachusetts
  • Comparative Law Blog