International organizations, trans-governmental networks, and the rising involvement of non-state actors at the international stage, including firms and non-governmental organizations, affect and govern public and private interactions more extensively and intensively than ever before. The CRN examines the position of actors and mechanisms in the transnational creation and settlement of legal norms, including their impact on domestic law and follow. Work on rurality often takes place at the margins of other law and society subdisciplines. In response, the Law and Rurality CRN seeks to foreground the rural, promote interdisciplinary research on the intersection of legislation and rural socio-spatiality, and spotlight rurality as a crucial, compelling space for legislation and society inquiry.
The CRN seeks to deliver together scholars who interact with tangible property through using empirical data. Our aim is to facilitate an interdisciplinary dialog that brings collectively students from many different international locations whose common curiosity is … Read More