Comparing Cultures By the Sea...

The Journal of Comparative Law has announced a workshop on the topic of legal culture, its uses, advantages and dangers for scholars in different legal disciplines.

The closed workshop, to be held at the University of Venice in May 2010, is intended to examine the value of the concept of legal culture for comparative law and related disciplines. The workshop will be chaired by Professor David Nelken (Macerata/Cardiff) and organised by Professor Renzo Cavalieri (Venice) and Professor Michael Palmer (for the JCL).

ETL staff members Thomas Thiede and Colm McGrath will both be presenting papers at the workshop.

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