06 November 2013
The following Calls were announced through the Society of Legal Scholars:
Journal of Law and Religion
We are pleased to announce the long-running Journal of Law and Religion, previously published by Hamline, will be published by a new team at Emory University's Center for the Study of Law and Religion in partnership with Cambridge University Press from 2014. Information on the journal's new editorial team and how to submit and subscribe can be found at journals.cambridge.org/jlr
Asian Journal of Law and Society
Cambridge University Press and KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University are launching in 2014 the Asian Journal of Law and Society to add an increasingly important Asian perspective to global law and society scholarship. Find out more including how to submit your paper at journals.cambridge.org/asianjls
05 November 2013
Cambridge Scholar Publishing has issued a book 'Comparative Law in Eastern and Central Europe'.
This book is a result of the attempted introduction of comparative law into the region of Eastern and Central Europe. The subject has induced interest beyond expectations. This volume opens with a chapter on the unification of law, both from the perspective of institutional unification by such supra-state organizations, spontaneous and institutionalized unifications between two or more legal systems, and the methods of choosing the right rules in the unification process. Chapters two and three follow the classical division of private and public law, as proposed by the brilliant Roman lawyer Ulpian. Overall, the chapters in this book offer an interesting and engaging commentary on the current topics discussed by academics in Eastern and Central Europe.
Editors: Bronisław Sitek, Jakub J. Szczerbowski and Aleksander W. Bauknecht
Aditional information and content are available here.
Lifted straight from a Commission on Legal Pluralism Notice:
This is to inform you about the new issue of the Journal Oñati Socio-Legal Series which includes a couple of Legal Pluralism related papers.Vol 3, No 4 (2013), Law, contestation and power in the global political economy Issue, edited by Edward S. Cohen (Westminster College) and A. Claire Cutler (University of Victoria)
• Cohen, E.S and Cutler, A.C., 2013. Law, Contestation and Power in the Global Political Economy: An Introduction. http ://ssrn . com/abstract=2326624
• Picciotto, S., 2013. Mediating Contestations of Private, Public and Property Rights in Corporate Capitalism. http ://ssrn . com/abstract=2340587
• Quack, S., 2013. Regime Complexity and Expertise in Transnational Governance: Strategizing in the Face of Regulatory Uncertainty. http ://ssrn . com/abstract=2340596
• Cohen, E., 2013. Legal Pluralism, Private Power, and the Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Global Political Economy.
http ://ssrn . com/abstract=2269667
• Gessner, V., 2013. Weberian Versus Pluralistic Legal Forces in the Global Political Economy. http ://ssrn . com/abstract=2272595
• Cutler, A.C., 2013. Legal Pluralism as the “Common Sense” of Transnational Capitalism. http ://ssrn . com/abstract=2327501
• Avant, D., 2013. Pragmatism and Effective Fragmented Governance: Comparing Trajectories in Small Arms and Military and Security Services.
http ://ssrn . com/abstract=2340604
• Cornago, N., 2013. Global Ordo-Liberalism, Private Power and the Transfiguration of Diplomatic Law. http ://ssrn . com/abstract=2341013