The University of Birmingham
Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law

 

Editor-in-Chief: Melanie G. Wiber, Department of Anthropology, University of New Brunswick, Canada.

From 2013 the Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law is published by Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group) and the Commission on Legal Pluralism, and the text of numbers published from this date will be available on the Taylor & Francis website.  The general page for the JLP on the Taylor & Francis website may be found here.  More specific information about the JLP, the contents of numbers published from 2013, the Associate Editors and Editorial Advisory Board, and Guidelines for Authors on the Taylor & Francis website may be accessed by clicking on the headings below. 

This database of past numbers will continue to be available free of charge on this site until arrangements have been made for it to be available free of charge elsewhere.  This database covers nrs 1-66 (1969-2012), subject to the requirement that the text of articles cannot be made available until the lapse of two years from their first publication in print.

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A complete database in pdf format of the full text of numbers 1-66 of the JLP, provided they were published more than two years ago, may be found on HeinOnline, a subscription database.

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