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:: Events :: An international workshop on Legal Positivism: Custom, Interpretation and Subjectivity will take place on June 5, 2015 in OxfordPersenters: Christoph Kletzer (King´s College London), Grant Lamond (Oxford), Jean d’Aspremont (Manchester) and Janne Nijman (Amsterdam).

Friday 5 June 2015 at 09:30

Oxford Law Faculty
(International) Legal Positivism: Custom, Interpretation and Subjectivity

Speakers: Christoph Kletzer, Grant Lamond, Jean d’Aspremont, Janne Nijman

Venue: tbc

You are invited to a one day workshop with papers by:

Christoph Kletzer of King’s College London;
Grant Lamond of the University of Oxford;
Jean d’Aspremont of the University of Manchester;
Janne Nijman of the University of Amsterdam.

And discussing such weighty matters as: The diverging foundations of legal positivism;
Custom as foundation and/or source of law; Interpretation and the variety of interpretive processes; and Subjects of law or agents of (re)cognition?

There is no registration fee, but places are limited. Please register to attend on the Eventbrite website

Lunch is provided courtesy of the Oxford Law Faculty. Accommodation arrangements (if required) are your own.

A draft programme is available for download. The precise venue will be announced here shortly.

Yours hosts will be Messrs d’Aspremont, Gardner, Kammerhofer & Tzanakopoulos
to any of whom inquiries can be directed.

For further information here.