Miodrag Jovanović, University of Belgrade
David Duarte, University of Lisbon
Pedro Moniz Lopes, University of Lisbon
Pierluigi Chiassoni, University of Genova
Andrej Kristan, University of Genova
Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco, University of Surrey
Hrafn Assgeirson, University of Surrey
Logic, language, and practical rationality are foundational topics in legal philosophy. They are
usually discussed in the narrow frame of legal philosophy and general jurisprudence.
Discussions about the practical import of research in legal philosophy, logic, language, and
practical rationality are rare and unsystematic. The influence and consequences that
philosophical discussion might have in legal doctrine, legal science, and legal practice have
not been a prominent topic of jurisprudential inquiries in the last decades. The main
objectives of the Special Workshop are, therefore, to investigate and discuss the importance
of the philosophy of law and fundamental philosophical knowledge about law in legal
practice, legal doctrine, and legal science
Is legal philosophy too far removed from legal practice?
What can legal philosophy teach Legal Practice and vice versa?
Aziz Huq, Frank and Bernice J. Greenberg Professor of Law, University of Chicago
Legal Philosophy and adjudication
Legal philosophy and the creation of Law
Legal philosophy and administrative Enforcement of Law
Logic and legal practice
Language and legal practice
Practical rationality and legal practice
Irrationality in legal practice
Legal philosophy and legal Science
Traditions in Practically-Oriented Legal Philosophy
Can legal philosophy handle technological change?
All interested applicants are invited to send an abstract (max. 500 words) written in English,
by February 20th, 2024, and fill out the registration form provided on the IVR 2024 website
according to the schedule provided by the Conference Organizing Committee. Applications
are to be sent to email@example.com. A decision on applications submitted until March 10th,