European Network on Law and Society

The European Network on Law and Society (Réseau Européen Droit et Société or RED&S) developed from the French Circle of Sociology and Legal Nomology (Cercle de Sociologie et de Nomologie Juridiques). Today, RED&S has members from forty countries; most of those outside Europe are from the two American continents. The origins of RED&S date from 1979, but Cercle held its first meeting in 1981. Representatives of several French-speaking countries, including Belgium, Canada, France, Morocco, Switzerland, and Tunisia, attened. Observers came from Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

Cercle created the French Association for Law and Society (Droit et Société) in 1991. Its goal is to foster sociolegal research through the European Network on Law and Society. Because French universities and research institutes ...

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