Author Archives: CW
The annual conference of IVR UK Section will be held in Sheffield, 17–18 November 2017. The theme of the Conference is: Law, rationality and the market. Proposals are invited for both individual papers and thematic panels; the deadline for call for abstracts is 1 September 2017. For further information please see the announcement at the […]
The next conference of the German IVR Section will take place in Freiburg i.Br. 27–29 September, 2018. The theme of the conference is Hans Kelsen’s Pure Theory of Law: Conceptions and Misconceptions. Interested scholars who do not speak German may note that the conference will be bi-lingual (in German and English). Apart from invited speakers such as […]
The Australian IVR section has been the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy, which was founded 1961 at the University of Sydney. The name of the Society was changed to the Australasian Society of Legal Philosophy (ASLP), following a vote in 2017, in order to reflect a broader regional orientation. The website of the Society remains […]
The Argentinian section of the IVR will hold its 2017 Jornadas Nacionales de Filosofía del Derecho in Salta, 23–26 August 2017. The theme for this year’s Jornadas is: Creación e Interpretación del Derecho”. Please see the program of the Jornadas (in Spanish only) or the website of AAFD for further information.
A conference on the work of Leon Petrażycki will be held in St. Petersburg, Russia, on 14–15 December 2917. The organizers announce the call for paper below: The Scientific Legacy of Leon Petrażycki: History and Modernity St. Petersburg, 14–15 December 2017 Dear Colleagues! This is call for paper to International Academic Conference The Scientific Legacy […]
The 29th IVR world congress will take place between 7th and 13th July 2019 in Lucerne, Switzerland. The organisation is a joint undertaking between lucernaiuris, the Institute for Interdisciplinary Legal Studies at the University of Lucerne, and the Swiss Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy. The overarching theme of the 2019 congress is […]
Academic freedom is a precious asset of any society committed to the protection of human freedom and human rights. At the same time, it is severely curtailed in various countries in the world. Academics face repression, purges and criminal sanctions for the exercise of this fundamental freedom. A panel, organized by the Executive Committee of the […]