Nicolas Perrone.

The 2015 Juan Celaya grant-winning paper has been published

05 Jan 2018

Professor Nicolas Perrone, awardee of the Juan Celaya grant in 2015, has just had his grant-winning work published. The article is entitled UNCTAD's World Investment Reports 1991-2015: 25 Years of...

The call for the 'Oñatiko Udala' grant is open until 31 January

02 Jan 2018

The Town Hall of Oñati has announced the 'Oñatiko Udala' Grant, which is worth 4,000€. The grant is a result of a co-operation agreement between the Town Hall and the International Institute for the Sociology of Law. The call for projects is open until 31 January.

The aim of this grant...

Oñati Socio-legal Series presents "Working the Boundaries of Law", the 8th issue of the year

29 Dec 2017

2017 has been a very productive year for the online socio-legal journal OSLS -it has published eight issues, four of them extraordinary issues. The last of them has just...

Oñati Socio-legal Series explores legal education in Europe

28 Dec 2017

The on-line journal Oñati Socio-legal Series published another extra issue within its volume number 7. In this case, it is a collection of articles inspired by a workshop that took place in Oñati and was chaired by Antal Szerletics...

Front page of issue 7 (6).

The December miscellaneous issue is available

22 Dec 2017

As every year, the December miscellaneous issue that includes contributions not directly related to workshops has just been published and is available on the Oñati Socio-legal Series's website.

This special December issue...

Front page of "El reto de la profundización democrática en Europa: avances institucionales en democracia directa"

Oñati Socio-legal Series analyzes direct democracy in Europe

15 Dec 2017

A new issue of the IISL's online journal, Oñati Socio-legal Series, is online on the journal's website. This is the first extraordinary number of the year, and it delves into the notion and current experiences of direct democracy....

OSLS issue 7 (4), "Too few judges? Regulating the Number of Judges in Society" is online

01 Dec 2017

A new issue of the IISL's online journal, Oñati Socio-legal Series, is online as of 1 December. The socio-legal quarterly offers a monographic entitled "Too few judges? Regulating the Number of Judges in Society", which is a result of the...

Call for 2019 workshops

22 Nov 2017

The International Institute for the Sociology of Law invites applications to hold workshops at its facilities in 2019. The Institute provides modern, full-equipped meeting rooms of various sizes, excellent accommodations in its Residence, arrangements at local restaurants at...

Newsletter no. 52 is available

16 Nov 2017

Newsletter no. 52 is out and available on our website. As usual, it opens with a letter from our scientific director, Prof. Vincenzo Ferrari, and it goes on to summarize what's most...

Prof. Gordon Woodman. © University of Birmingham

Gordon Woodman, in memoriam

09 Nov 2017

We are deeply saddened by the death, on 24 October, of Gordon Woodman, professor of law at Birmingham University. Prof. Woodman, among other things, was an expert on law in Africa, especially in Ghana, and on the legal situation of Africans in the UK....