CFP: Legitimacy and the State (DL: 30.06)

Traditionally, legitimacy has been associated exclusively with states. But are states actually legitimate? And why should questions of legitimacy be about only them? This conference focuses on these two questions. It will examine both critiques and defences of the legitimacy Read more ›


Article: Powerful resistance against a long-running personal crusade – the impact of Silvio Berlusconi on the Italian judicial system, by C. Dallara

A distinguishing feature of the Berlusconi era has undoubtedly been his personal conflict with the judiciary. Therefore, this article explores the impact of Berlusconi’s 20 years in politics on the Italian judicial system. The main argument developed in this analysis Read more ›


Event: George Mason Law & Economics Center LEC Thirty-First Economics Institute For Law Professors (Date: 12-24.07)

The Law & Economics Center at George Mason University School of Law invites applications for the upcoming LEC Thirty-First Economics Institute for Law Professors: LEC Thirty-First Economics Institute for Law Professors: on Sunday, July 12 – Friday, July 24, Read more ›


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