2 edition of Beyond informal justice found in the catalog.
Beyond informal justice
first presented at 20th Annual meeting of the Law and Society Association, Boston, June 1984.
|Statement||by Maureen Cain.|
|Series||EUI working paper -- no.84/129|
|Contributions||Law and Society Association. Annual meeting,|
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This volume explores the continuous line from informal and unrecorded practices all the way up to illegal and criminal practices, performed and reproduced by both individuals and organisations. It studies how the informal and the extra-legal unfold transnationally.
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My libraryMissing: informal justice. The Politics of Informal Justice, Volume 2 demonstrates the existence of examples of informal justice in every society, practicing a wide range of political ideology.
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