Social and Legal Systems I

Thursday, 14 July 2016: 10:45-12:15
Location: Hörsaal 17 (Juridicum)
RC12 Sociology of Law (host committee)

Language: Spanish and English

This session is devoted to issues related to the development of societies and its connections with different legal systems around the world. In this sense, following the thoughts of its founding father (Podgórecki), it aims to promote the discussion of the hidden (and not hidden) structures of the law as a phenomenon of society. This way, it is also connected with the general theme of the congress as it tries to establish how the description of the future by and with the legal system will have as a consequence if not a better society, at least a different society.
Session Organizer:
Germano SCHWARTZ, University of Lasalle, Brazil
Brazil, June One of 2013. a New Social Movement?
Germano SCHWARTZ, University of Lasalle, Brazil; Renata COSTA, Unilasalle, Brazil
Legitimation of Jurisdiction in an Age of Disssent
Ferdinando SPINA, University of Salento, Italy
Interest Pressure Group and Legislation: Expansion of Veterans Welfare Legislation in Croatia
Antonija PETRICUSIC, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Sinisa ZRINSCAK, Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Ivana DOBROTIC, Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Sociology of Constitutions: A Paradoxical Perspective
Alberto FEBBRAJO, UNIVERSITY OF MACERATA, Italy; Giancarlo CORSI, University of Modena-Reggio Emilia, Italy
Globalization, Law and Social Change in Latin America
Jose Alberto DE MIRANDA, Unilasalle, Brazil
Autopoietic Constitutional Courts
Ralf ROGOWSKI, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
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