1131st International conference on Law and Society

28th - 29th Jun 2022 , Kuwait City,Kuwait

Call For Paper

International conference on Law and Society (ICLS) provides a leading forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Law and Society. The conference will bring together leading researchers, Business man and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. Accordingly, Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

  • Courts and litigation, including the recent flourishing of new kinds of judicial mechanisms (e.g. constitutional and administrative courts) and the importation of others (e.g. juries and lay judges)
  • The training of a highly qualified, independent, and incorruptible judiciary
  • Gender issues in law and society
  • Legal education and the legal profession, the careers of lawyers, and recent trends aimed at reform or transformation of training and credentialing
  • Indigenous peoples, including their connection to such issues as human rights, natural resources, migration, self-government, children, adoption, and identity
  • Religion and law; new theories of secularism; religious and secular law
  • Regulation, including new forms of non-governmental and trans-national regulatory approaches and their relationship to traditional national regulatory mechanisms
  • Health, including HIV-AIDS, healthcare policy, aging
  • Financial markets, trade, foreign investment, and the global impact of the financial crisis in a broad range of areas that are of interest to sociolegal scholars
  • Immigration and the unprecedented flows of workers across national boundaries throughout the world
  • Human security, violence, war, dispossession, refugees
  • Security, technologies of security, governmentality, counter-terrorism
  • East-West dialogue concerning different legal orders and models of law; impact of globalization on different legal traditions
  • New concepts of legal pluralism and legal culture in relation to new forms of legal ordering
  • Colonialism, globalization, and recolonization
  • The United Nations and other transnational bodies, especially in relation to global governance, international conflict, and peacekeeping.
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