Interpreting Law - The Role of Judges in Contemporary Democracies

October 14, 2016
Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade

Conference Hall
Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 67
Belgrade 11000
Serbia

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All speakers:

Luka Burazin
University of Zagreb
Pierluigi Chiassoni
University of Genoa
Ricardo Guastini
University of Genoa
Jasminka Hasanbegovic
University of Belgrade
Kenneth Einar Himma
University of Washington
Brian Leiter
University of Chicago
Otto Pfersmann
Institute for Advanced Study in Social Sciences, Paris
Paolo Sandro
University of Salford
Bojan Spaic
University of Belgrade
Michel Troper
University of Paris X

Organisers:

Miodrag Jovanovic
University of Belgrade
Bojan Spaic
University of Belgrade

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Legal interpretation has been one of the predominant topics in contemporary jurisprudence. From descriptive issues regarding the proper characterization of legal interpretation, to debates between competing normative theories of legal interpretation, legal hermeneutics has shaped decades of theorizing about law in general, and legal adjudication in particular. The subject of legal interpretation on the occasion of the Annual conference of the Serbian section of the IVR will be approached from the perspective of the role of the judge in contemporary democracies. Judicial interpretation is the main focus of much of the philosophical literature on the subject, and the aim of the conference is to examine the impact of judicial interpretation on our understanding of the political framework in which it occurs, as well as to clarify the impact of this political framework on the interpretative calling of the judge.

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October 10, 2016, 6:00pm CET

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