Workshop: Justice without the State
- Start: Nov 1, 2012
- End: Nov 3, 2012
- Location: Max Planck Institute for European Legal History
Justice is the leitmotif of all law. The jurisdiction also claims this self-conception for itself. The historic-cultural imprint not only left its mark on historical variations of conflict resolution but can also provoke controversies when assessing present forms of conflict resolution, because the present is also characterized by a plurality of concepts of equitable conflict resolution, which for their part are characterized by different historical roots. At the conference “Justice without the state” this plurality is to be analyzed from a current and historical perspective. The workshop will be held in the context of the LOEWE Research Focus “Extrajudicial and Judicial Conflict Resolution”.