|Event Starts:||Thursday, 5th November, 2015 3:15pm|
|Event Ends:||Thursday, 5th November, 2015 5:00pm|
|Location:||Neil MacCormick Room|
In some earlier work, I have argued that the way in which contemporary legal theory accounts for tests of legal voidness reveals deep problems with our understanding of law’s basic institutional structure. In this paper I mean, to do three things. First, I will briefly summarize the foregoing set of concerns. Second, I will consider how other authors have moved to address these problems, and will discuss some problems with their respective approaches. Third, I will suggest a modification to our understanding of law that would allow us to overcome these difficulties.
Discussant: Lucas Miotto