Programme

19 April 2017

12:15 PM Lunch

1 PM - 3 PM


Legal Consciousness 20 years on: key themes

Session chaired by Marina Kurkchiyan, CSLS, Oxford

Bronwen Morgan, UNSW, Australia Legal Consciousness, Regulation and Collective Dissent

Marc Hertogh, University of Groningen, Netherlands The Dog That Doesn’t Bark:  Redirecting Legal Consciousness Research to the Absence of Law

Dave Cowan, University of Bristol The legal consciousness of stuff

3 PM - 3:30 PM Tea and Coffee break

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM


Legal Consciousness and Legal Institutions       

Session chaired by Agnieszka Kubal, CSLS, Oxford

Petra Mahy, SOAS, London Legal Consciousness and Plural Work Regulation in Indonesia

Nicole Busby and Eleanor Kirk, University of Strathclyde Led up the tribunal path? Employment disputes, legal consciousness and trust in the protection of law

Sally Richards, Keele University Legal consciousness of public officials – the case of Refugee Review Tribunal in Australia

20 April 2017

9:30  AM - 11:30 AM


Legal Consciousness and Migration               

Session chaired by Agnieszka Kubal, CSLS, Oxford

Ana Aliverti, University of Warwick Discourses of nationhood and practices of citizenship: exploring legal consciousness and the construction of legality in the courts

Aishah Namukasa, University of Kassel, Germany (PhD Candidate) Legal Consciousness as a Rights claiming strategy of East African Migrants in Britain

Mieke Kox, Erasmus University Rotterdam (PhD Candidate) The legal consciousness of unauthorized migrants in the Netherlands.

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Tea and Coffee break

12:00 PM - 1PM


Legal Consciousness:

Concluding Discussion                  

 

 

This final, concluding session of open discussion and exchanges will be convened by Marina Kurkchiyan, CSLS, Oxford.

1 PM Lunch