Upcoming events

    • 23 Jan 2023
    • 3 Feb 2023

    International Law & Collective Memory (Moshe Hirsch)

    The proposed course aims to introduce students to key sociological elements, discuss the sociological dimension of international law, and analyse various international legal issues from sociological perspective (prominently interactions between tribunals and collective memory). The course includes the following topics:

    I.   The sociological perspective and the sociological dimension of international law

    II.  Core sociological theories and international law: global and regional trade agreements in the WTO legal system.

    III. Diffusion of norms in the international legal system interpretive communities and the interactions between investment tribunals and human rights treaties.

    IV. Collective memory and international law: the role of international tribunals in the construction of social memories, states' collective memories and international law (the EMU law and Germany, Colombia and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights).

    V.  Socialization, social identity and international law: enforcement of human rights treaties by EU trade measures, and interpretation of international treaties

    VI. The sociology of deviance and compliance with international law: international social control mechanisms, social labelling and additional social causes of international deviance; the challenge of enhancing compliance with international law.

    VII. Cognitive Sociology and international law: the prohibition of discrimination in international human rights and economic law and the implementation of international treaties.

    VIII.      Concluding discussion: the potential and limits of sociological inquiries into law and international law.

    (2) Methodology:

     The proposed course draws on a both theoretical and analysis empirical research work. The discussion on some topics will employ sociological theories (e.g., identity and enforcement of human rights norms by the EU, or deviance and violation of international law), empirical research methods (such as diffusion of norms in the international legal system and recent developments in investment tribunals' jurisprudence), and the analysis of some topics will involve both theoretical perspectives and empirical tools (e.g., the role of in international tribunals in the development of collective memories).

    More info: https://www.iisj.net/en/master-oficial/programa-20222023/cursos/international-law-collective-memory

    • 6 Feb 2023
    • 17 Feb 2023
    • IISL (Oñati)

    Socio-Legal Approaches to Human Rights

    Morondo, Dolores - Human Rights Institute, University of Deusto (Spain)/               Urrutia Asua, Gorka - Human Rights Institute, University of Deusto (Spain)

    The course aims at introducing main topics of human rights research from a socio-legal perspective. 

    8 sessions consisting of presentation of the topic (lecture; aprox. 50 min.) and debate (aprox. 90 min) from Monday to Thursday. Friday dedicated to individual or group study of cases.
    Assessment by participation in class and home assignment on the development of one of the cases.

    • 20 Feb 2023
    • 3 Mar 2023
    • IISL (Oñati)

    Human Dignity in Legal Procedure (Eugenia Relaño Pastor)

    The following course aims at providing an overview of the conceptual debates around the concept “human dignity” by relying on different approaches to this controversial term and by showing how human dignity has been used in judicial adjudication.

    First we will start with conceptual accounts of human dignity from different disciplines. Human dignity has the peculiarity of being at the heart of a number of, very different, ways of considering what is in general a human being (“the inherent dignity of all human beings”, Charles Taylor, 1994). Therefore, the concept of human dignity demands an interdisciplinary approach that will help to identify “human dignity’s parameters” previously to analyze “human dignity in action”. We will study the axiology and history of the concept from a philosophical, anthropology and legal point of view. Then, we will address dignity in the contemporary discourse of human rights.

    The second part of the course will discuss how the concept has been shaped into legal references across different constitutional normative texts (Spanish, German, South Africa, Israel and China) as well as in international human rights law. I have selected some countries where the concept of human dignity plays some role, but of course the examples do not mean to be exhaustive.

    The third part will show the range of interpretation by judges and courts. The ambition of this part will be fulfilled if the student develops an understand of the potential possibilities of human dignity when judges need to adjudicate and interpret human rights. In order to offer a pragmatic approach that covers a broad range of rights:  the right to life and the end of life, prohibition of torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment, right to respect for private and family life, freedom of expression, prohibition of slavery and forced labour, health-related cases and biomedical issues, immigration and human trafficking, non- discrimination, the prohibition of abuse of rights, etc., we will focus primarily on the dignity cases at the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). The student will analyze if the concept of human dignity has been useful, meaningful, vague or problematic concept for judges.

    Taking into consideration the emergence of new concepts of dignity, such as “posthuman dignity”, the course follows a structure that combines a pragmatic attitude with an attempt to cover the main perspectives on human dignity applied in courts. There is not an encyclopedic ambition to encompass all the moral, legal and religious positions in the comprehensive discussion of human dignity by legal scholars and judges but the goal of highlighting a variety of perspectives that I think are central for an understanding of a blurred and essential concept when the enforceability of human rights comes to the fore.  

    • 20 Mar 2023
    • 31 Mar 2023
    • IISL (Oñati)

    Understanding Safety, Risk and Norms in the Global Economy through the lens of Sociology of Law. The case of Aviation (John Woodlock and Sabine Frerichs)

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    Safety, risk and norms are complex and highly contested concepts across different fields of scholarship. The regulation of safety and risk management varies enormously across different jurisdictions, with so-called risk regulation regimes differing from industry to industry. In risk and safety critical sectors of society such as health care, medical devices, mining and railways for example, risk and safety management is regulated not only as questions of protecting public safety but also in response to industry needs and in communication with key industry stakeholders and experts. It is not surprising then that global economic forces and international trade and markets are instrumental factors shaping the regulation of risk and safety in these sectors. In this course we will discuss in detail important socio-legal issues that arise in these areas of research where we will focus, from a global economic perspective, on risk and safety in relation to law and the regulation of these societal and industry sectors. In the main, however, we will discuss and compare these sectors with the case of aviation. And as a powerful regional and global economic actor driven by a competitive single market rationality, we will discuss the civil aviation sector of the European Union (EU); and in particular, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) as a prime example of a supranational organization which achieves coordination across the European aviation sector through the use of hard and soft forms of law.

    Aviation is considered an ultra-safe high-risk industry where the effective management of risk and safety is considered crucial to meet with the needs of aviation organizations and their main priority of ensuring profitability. In fact, 2017 was recorded as the safest year ever in aviation with only 5 fatal accidents resulting in 50 fatalities globally in scheduled commercial flights. To put this in perspective, this represents a global fatality rate of just 12.2 fatalities per billion passengers. It seems self-evident then that a positive safety record is vital for the market sensitive reputation of commercial aviation companies who continually safeguard their corporate image by working to reduce risk and to prevent unsafe incidents or accidents. However, safety in civil aviation is not just a technical matter, but involves complex and market focused law-making processes for the determination and management of acceptable risks. As a highly regulated activity, the management of safety and risk in aviation has therefore evolved over time into a complex arrangement of law which is structured and organized around a hierarchical legal order involving international, transnational, national and organizational levels of law, legality and legal authority. Legal scholars of aviation have long argued that from its very emergence, aviation safety is ultimately a matter of law.

    During the bulk of the sessions, we will critically look at the sector of civil aviation through the lens of sociology of law. In the course we will discuss the social and legal contexts of aviation where we will apply sociology of law theories and perspectives to situate and critically analyze phenomena such as regulated safety and risk management, human factors, air accidents and the criminalization of human error, the increasing proceduralization of safety, and the experience of law, legality, responsibility and accountability among aviation professionals. Sociology of law has much to add to the existing safety and risk scholarship on aviation. The course will familiarize students with key concepts from the risk and safety science of aviation and with regulatory developments and interesting legal concepts and issues in this sector. The course will also include some practical exercises, such as a focus group session(s) with practitioners and key informers from the field of aviation. The aim is to allow students to engage with and discuss with these professionals their experiences of law, regulation, safety, risk, human error and even legal accountability. We will specifically discuss theories, concepts and methodologies from sociology of law, such as legal consciousness, legal pluralism and legal cultures which can allow us to frame and understand the social, organizational and professional dynamics surrounding the aviation sector, and not least in relation to globalization and the economics of commercial aviation. The course places much focus on critical thinking for the development of socio-legal focused approaches to research safety and risk management in aviation.

    • 20 Mar 2023
    • 31 Mar 2023
    • IISL (Oñati)

    Sociology of the Rule of Law: Politics, Economics and Social Transitions (Jiri Priban)

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    This module opens by distinguishing between the doctrinal and sociological concept of the rule of law and discussing the anthropological notion of the rule as one of human universals behind the constitution of a societal order. It subsequently discusses sociological theories of the rule of law and analyses the rule of law as a double coded genealogy of societal power. Following the legal coding of power, the module addresses the problem of legitimation by legality and its transformation to the problem of legitimation of legality itself. It contrasts the formal and substantive concepts of the rule of law and shows how the value-based legitimation of the rule of law paradoxically leads to the structural tensions, value conflicts and de-legitimation of the rule of law.

    The second half of the module draws on historical, comparative, and structural analyses of various processes described as democratization or democratic transitions. It addresses the meaning and general theories of democratization and the emergence of democratic transition studies. Structural aspects, different actors, the process of negotiations and roundtable talks and their economic and social context and impact on the rule of law and on the constitutional aspect of democratic, social and economic transitions, are discussed, and close links between democratization, the rule of law, and constitutionalism are analyzed in individual seminars. Problems of transitional justice and dealing with the authoritarian past are considered as an intrinsic part of democratic transitions.

    The concluding part of the module revisits the legitimation/de-legitimation loop between the formal and substantive rule of law and shows the general societal function of the rule of law transforming the systemic facts of power to the legitimizing values of the democractic political system.

    • 3 Jul 2023
    • 7 Jul 2023
    • Newcastle, UK

    Seventh Annual Meeting of the Memory Studies Association (MSA)

    “Communities and Change”

    Newcastle, United Kingdom, 3 to 7 July 2023

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    CONFERENCE NEWCASTLE 2023 ANNOUNCEMENT - Memory Studies Association
    • 30 Aug 2023
    • 1 Sep 2023
    • LUND, Sweden

    Dear friends and colleagues,

    a heartily invitation to our next RCSL Conference in Lund/Sweden from 30 August-1 September 2023.

    This is the conference website: https://www.rcslconference2023.com/

    Paper abstracts can be submitted from 1 November 2022 – 28 February 2023.

    You find the button on the right side of the website.

    If you want to organise panels: Please tell your panelists to register their papers individually, to inform you when they are registered, and send then an e-mail to the conference organiser with the full information of the panel (names of presenters and titles of the presentations) via the link on the website. Keep in mind that we plan 90 mins slots for the sessions. Therefore do not include more than 4 papers in a session.

    The conference is organised by the Sociology of Law Department of Lund University. We have chosen as Conference theme: Law, Society and Digital Pasts, Presents and Futures,

    as this is one of the specialties of the Sociology of Law Department in Lund and a very timely subject.

    But the conference is also for the RCSL Working groups to meet and organise sessions on their subjects and individual paper proposals on socio-legal subjects are also welcome.

    Lund is a very attractive historical city close to Copenhagen in Denmark with its international airport. The main campus buildings of Lund University are located in the centre of Lund and are an approximate 5–10 minutes' walk from the Lund's central station. The website gives travel and accommodation details. There is also a contact form with which you can send questions to the organising committee.

    We have tried the best to keep the participation fee low.

    There will be some limited travel funding (only covering part of the expenses) for students.

    I hope that many of you can come.

    All the best


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26 Aug 2022 Summer School ”On the Rule of Law” - SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities
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17 Jun 2022 PhD defence in Sociology of Law: Cansu Bostan
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4 Apr 2022 The Human Rights & Rule of Law Speaker Series
14 Mar 2022 Climate Justice, Sustainable Development and the Environment
28 Feb 2022 International Law & Collective Memory
21 Feb 2022 Pluralismo Jurídico en la Amazonia Venezolana
14 Feb 2022 Human Dignity in Legal Procedures
8 Feb 2022 Labour Law after Neoliberalism (Cardiff University)
31 Jan 2022 Socio-Legal Approaches to Human Rights
27 Jan 2022 Children's Voting Colloquium (Matias Cordero)
19 Jan 2022 The IISL: There and back again. A legal sociologist's journey through disciplinary and professional margins
17 Jan 2022 The Basque Language, Education and Media
17 Jan 2022 Digital Self-Determination: AI, Law and Personhood
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13 Dec 2021 Does prison abolition have a chance? (Johannes Feest, Gema Varona)
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23 Sep 2019 Sociology of Law and the Economy
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19 Jun 2019 Linking generations for global justice
6 May 2019 V Seminario Internacional Desigualdad y Movilidad Social en América Latina
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4 Feb 2019 Winter School on Federalism and Governance (Deadline Sunday, 21 October)
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31 Dec 2018 The 29th World Congress 2019 (University of Lucerne, Switzerland)
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29 Oct 2018 Socio-Legal Perspectives on Litigation Mather, Lynn (SUNY Buffalo Law School)
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8 Oct 2018 Social Research: Desing and Methods Roach Anleu, Sharyn (Flinders University)
24 Sep 2018 Comparative Legal Culture Bengoetxea, Joxerramon (University of the Basque Country)
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13 Sep 2018 Basel 2018: Abolishing the law? Deadline: 28 Feb/2018
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12 Jul 2018 Workshop: New constitutionalism? New forms of democracy and rule of law beyond liberalism
5 Jul 2018 Workshop: Gender and Judging in the Middle East and Africa: Emerging Scholarship and Debates
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14 Jun 2018 Workshop: The fourth wave of feminism: from sisterhood and social networking towards a new citizenship?
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6 Jun 2018 Call for Papers - IV Congreso Internacional Cátedra Internacional Conjunta Inocencio III
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4 Jun 2018 Call for papers: Panel de Sociología jurídica (Panel 15) en el XI CONGRESO DE SOCIOLOGÍA Y CIENCIA POLÍTICA: “Una ciencia social atenta para un tiempo de ciudadanía activa”, Asociación Vasca de Sociología y Ciencia Política
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30 May 2018 International Conference Ninth Multidisciplinary Meeting on Indigenous Peoples (EMPI IX)
24 May 2018 Workshop: Historical and Comparative Macrosociology of Middle Eastern Legal Systems
17 May 2018 Workshop: Governing the Political: Law and the Politics of Resistance
10 May 2018 Workshop: Practices of Memorialization & the Process of Social Reconstruction after large-scale Human Rights Abuses and Violations
3 May 2018 Workshop: Judging, Emotion and Emotion Work
30 Apr 2018 Call for Papers: Ninth Multidisciplinary Conference on Indigenous Peoples. Deadline: April 30th
26 Apr 2018 Workshop: Regulating Lawyers through Disciplinary Systems
19 Apr 2018 Workshop: Family Lawyers and Family Justice: from ADR to ODR
16 Apr 2018 Socio-legal studies/sociologie du droit: methods, traditions, theories in France and the UK
12 Apr 2018 Workshop: The Rule of Law, Populism and Militant Democracy in Europe
9 Apr 2018 CfP EASA Stockholm: LawNet Panel "Transnational Corporations, Industrial Disasters and Environmental Hazards. Allocating Moral and Legal Responsibilities Across Different National Contexts"
27 Mar 2018 Law and emotion, SLSA conference
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22 Mar 2018 Presentation: Toward a (Re)conceptualization of Legal Culture (Mateja Čehulić)
19 Mar 2018 Talk about "Prosecuting 'bad mothers' in Argentina: from victims to perpetrators"
19 Mar 2018 Master Course: Socio-Legal Perspectives on Litigation
15 Mar 2018 "Differences and Equality. The Animal Question", by Prof. Valerio Pocar
9 Mar 2018 Metodología cualitativa de la sociología del derecho
5 Mar 2018 Master Course: Social Theory of Law
23 Feb 2018 Annual Comparative Law Work-in-Progress Workshop. Deadline: January 8th/2018
21 Feb 2018 From better regulation to smart regulation. Regulatory impact assessement and its introduction in Spain
19 Feb 2018 Master Course: Criminal Justice: Global Perspectives
18 Feb 2018 2018 – Call for Papers Journal of the Oxford Centre for Socio-legal Studies
5 Feb 2018 Master Course: Migration
1 Feb 2018 Open talk: "Law based on reciprocity: How can we recognize legal otherness in terms of modernity?"
22 Jan 2018 Master Course: Gender
11 Jan 2018 Access and Exclusion in Global Governance (Barcelona, 11 & 12 January 2018): Call for Papers
8 Jan 2018 Master Course: Sociology of Law and the Economy
31 Dec 2017 Convocatoria: Revista Criterio Libre Jurídico- Fecha límite: diciembre 2017
15 Dec 2017 RCSL Meeting in Lisbon (Deadline Dec 15th)
11 Dec 2017 Master Course: A Sociology of Constitutionalism
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3 Dec 2017 Transnational Law Summer Institute: Call for Applications, deadline: August 15.
27 Nov 2017 Master Course: The Rule of Law: Law, Philosophy, Sociology, Politics & Reality
13 Nov 2017 Master Course: Anthropology of Law & Legal Pluralism
10 Nov 2017 Max Planck Trialogue Workshop on the Law of Peace and War; Vol. III: Reparations for Victims of Armed Conflict
9 Nov 2017 MPIL Momentum "The Politicization of Europe: Transnational Solidarity Conflicts and the Changing Structure of Economic Governance in the EU"
2 Nov 2017 Workshop Quantitative & Qualitative Methodology by Professor Angela Melville
24 Oct 2017 Ier Encuentro Nuestroamericano de Crítica Jurídica "Pensamiento y Praxis"
23 Oct 2017 Master Course: Social Research Theory and Practice
19 Oct 2017 Race and law: French and German cross-perspectives in Berlin.
18 Oct 2017 Perspectivas cruzadas sobre los mundos indígenas: Mujeres indígenas, memoria histórica y construcción de paz en Colombia
9 Oct 2017 Master Course: Sociological analysis of international law
1 Oct 2017 Call for Applications: 2018 Laureate Visiting Fellowships in Comparative Constitutional Law. Deadline: 1 October 2017
30 Sep 2017 Call for abstracts to a session in the XIX World Congress of Sociology of ISA “Power, Violence and Justice: Reflections, Responses and Responsibilities”.
25 Sep 2017 Master Course: Comparative Legal Culture
18 Sep 2017 Master Course: Rhetoric, Communication, Negotiation
17 Sep 2017 ISA XV International Laboratory for PhD Students in Sociology. Deadline: June 15, 2017
3 Sep 2017 Summer School: Racism, Eurocentrism and Political Struggles (Early registration: until 30th April 2017)
15 Aug 2017 Seminario Internacional "Derechos sociales: discusiones para una nueva agenda de investigación"
9 Aug 2017 Legal Pluralism and Challenges for Family Law Governance in Muslim Majority
6 Aug 2017 Osnabrück Summer Institute on the Cultural Study of the Law. Deadline: 30 April 2017
27 Jul 2017 Regulating Climate Change: Governance and Legal Mobilization
20 Jul 2017 The Policy of Cultural Rights: Socio-legal Perspectives on Cultural Diversity
17 Jul 2017 Curso de Verano: La crisis de las profesiones jurídicas en un mundo en transformación: dinámicas locales y transnacionales. Fecha límite: 10 de julio
16 Jul 2017 XXVIII World Congress of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR) Deadline: May 15
13 Jul 2017 La desaparición forzada de personas: circulación transnacional y usos sociales de una categoría del derecho humanitario
6 Jul 2017 Procesos constituyentes en nuestra América. Diálogos, análisis y perspectivas desde la teoría jurídica crítica
6 Jul 2017 Adults & Children in Postmodern Societies - International and Comparative family law Conference
29 Jun 2017 Specifying and Securing a Social Minimum
26 Jun 2017 PhD Summer School on International Law: Courts and Contexts
22 Jun 2017 Models of collective bargaining and Labour Law
20 Jun 2017 Oñati Community meeting during RCSL/LSA conference in México City
15 Jun 2017 Meeting of the International Interdisciplinary Research Consortium on Cybercrime
14 Jun 2017 Conferencia. Frans Viljoen: “Los pueblos indígenas de África: atrapados entre la legitimidad de la normativa y su cumplimiento”
13 Jun 2017 “Se non è vero…” post-truth, alternative facts and informative spam
13 Jun 2017 Jornada de Reflexión sobre el Futuro de Europa: Análisis de los Cinco Escenarios del Libro Blanco De Juncker
8 Jun 2017 The Ombudsman and Administrative Justice: From Promise to Performance
2 Jun 2017 Researching juvenile justice pra ctices: discussing the pains of doing criminological research
1 Jun 2017 Penal welfarism - myths and realities?
1 Jun 2017 DILEMAS DEL PLURALISMO JURÍDICO. Octavo Encuentro Multidisciplinar sobre Pueblos Indígenas (EMPI)
25 May 2017 La transformación de las enseñanzas jurídicas y criminológicas desde las Clínicas por la Justicia Social
18 May 2017 El modelo europeo de justicia restaurativa con menores: un reto para Euskadi // The European Model for Restorative Justice with Children and Young People: a challenge for the Basque Country
11 May 2017 Feminist Judgments: Comparative Socio-Legal Perspectives on Judicial Decision Making and Gender Justice
4 May 2017 When the Exception becomes the rule: European Union Societies on the move
27 Apr 2017 La institucionalización de la mediación: potencialidades y riesgos
20 Apr 2017 Foro Mundial sobre las Violencias Urbanas y Educación para la Convivencia y la Paz
6 Apr 2017 ¿Derechos Sociales o Capitalismo?
6 Apr 2017 Comparative Perspectives on the Law and Practice of Limiting Offenders in Fundamental Rights Beyond Their Sentence
12 Mar 2017 Call for Papers - International Conference on Democracy and Participation in the 21st Century [deadline]
28 Feb 2017 IISL International Master's Programme in Sociology of Law
20 Feb 2017 SORTUZ: submission deadline
10 Feb 2017 IISL Accommodation grants OCT 2017- MAR 2018 deadline
28 Jan 2017 9 CEE Forum: DEMOCRACY, ACADEMIA AND THE POLITICAL [forum, Wrocław]: registration deadline
15 Jan 2017 Intellectual Property as Circulation and Control [workshop, Toronto]: registration deadline
10 Jan 2017 Mobilization of Law in Pluralistic Society [workshop, Berlin]: submission deadline
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