Designing Indicators for a Plural Legal World

Designing Indicators for a Plural Legal World engages with the role of quantification in law, and its impact on law and development and judicial reform. It seeks to examine how different institutions shape and influence the making and use of legal indicators globally. Les mer
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Designing Indicators for a Plural Legal World engages with the role of quantification in law, and its impact on law and development and judicial reform. It seeks to examine how different institutions shape and influence the making and use of legal indicators globally. This book sheds light on the limitations of existing quantification tools, which measure rule of law due to their lack of engagement with contexts and countries in the Global South. It offers an alternative framework for measurement, which moves away from an institutional look at rule of law, to a bottom up, user centered approach that places importance on the lives that people lead, and the challenges that they face. In doing so, it offers a way of thinking about access to justice in terms of human capabilities.
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Forlag: Cambridge University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781316514894
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1. Introduction; 2. 'Meanings', 'trust' and 'power': Critical perspectives on legal indicators; 3. Rule of law promotion, legal indicators and legal pluralism; 4. Epistemic diversity and voices from the global south: Countering the managerial implications of measuring justice; 5. A capability approach to access to justice in plural legal systems; Annexure; Bibliography.
Siddharth Peter de Souza is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society, Tilburg Law School, Netherlands, and works at the intersection of data and society. He was previously a researcher at the Chair of Public Law and Comparative Law, Humboldt University, Germany.