A Framework for Legal Pluralism
About the Speaker
Brian Tamanaha is the John S. Lehmann University Professor at Washington University. He has published dozens of articles and eleven monographs. His books have collectively received six awards, including the 2019 IVR Book Prize for best book in legal philosophy, the Dennis Leslie Mahoney Prize in Legal Theory ($50,000 AUS), and the Herbert Jacob Book Prize in Law and Society. He has delivered eight named lectures, including the Kobe Memorial Lecture, the Julius Stone Address, and the Montesquieu Lecture, and his work has been translated into twelve languages.
6pm - 7pm Wednesday 28 June 2023
Stone Lecture Theatre (801-316, Auckland Law School, 9 Eden Crescent, Auckland)
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