4 edition of Lawyers in the Third World (Studies of law in social change and development) found in the catalog.
Lawyers in the Third World (Studies of law in social change and development)
Clarence J. Dias
January 1, 1995
by The Nordic Africa Institute
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||400|
The Centre for Policy Research is delighted to invite you to a discussion on Third World Approaches to International Law: A Tribute to Professor R.P. Anand led by Professor B.S. Chimni on the 4th of March This seminar is part of the International Law Seminar Series organized by the Group of International Lawyers in Delhi (GUILD), anchored at CPR. Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL) is a critical school of international legal scholarship and an intellectual and political movement. It is a "broad dialectic opposition to international law", which perceives international law as facilitating the continuing exploitation of the Third World through subordination to the West. TWAIL scholars (known as TWAIL-ers) seek to change.
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