There is no global agreement on the concept of 'law' and when different people think or speak about 'law', they may mean quite different concepts which clash and compete with each other. The key argument is that the standard methods of legal theory or discussing jurisprudence are lacking in plurality-consciousness and cannot handle the reality of competing concepts of law.
This lecture will show how we can develop a new approach to legal theorising; which must be grounded in pluralist methodology.
No pre-registration required - Free entry for the public. For 1.5 CPD points (solicitors and barristers), please register upon entry and submit a £10 fee.
The Aga Khan University - Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations
210 Euston Road|London NW1 2DA
Tel: +44 (0)20 7380 3865| Fax: +44 (0)20 7380 3830|Web: www.aku.edu/ismc/shortcourses
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