The LX Legal Theory Group is an academic group set up within the University of Lisbon School of Law with the institutional support of the Lisbon Center for Research in Public Law. Its primary purpose is to develop research and promote a public and academic debate over different subjects related to Legal Theory. Amongst the several initiatives of the LX Legal Theory Group are the Permanent Workshop, the Reading Group, the LX Meeting, and the LX Lecture. Publication of papers, books and similar materials may also be endorsed.

NEXT AND LATEST EVENTS

APRIL 9 2019

19:00 - 20:30 | Room: 22.42

READING GROUP

A. Ross: Validity and the Conflict between Legal Positivism and Natural Law

Pedro Moniz Lopes (University of Lisbon; LxLTG) will introduce for debate Ross' classic article. Click below to read it.

MARCH 29 2019

18:30 - 20:30 | Room: 20.42

PERMANENT WORKSHOP

Piero Mattei-Gentili: Normas Consuetudinarias en Sistemas Jurídicos

 

Piero (UNAM-México; Universitat de Girona) will present his draft paper on customary norms.

MARCH 12 2019

19:00 - 20:30 | Room: 22.42

READING GROUP

M. Maczonkai: Legal Argumentation - Is it a Science or Art?

 

Rúben Ramião (LxLTG) will introduce for debate Maczonkai's 2015 article. Click below to read it.

FEBRUARY 22 2019

18:30 - 20:30 | Room: 20.42

PERMANENT WORKSHOP

Natalia Scavuzzo: Legal Statements. Norm Propositions and Legal Science

 

Natalia (University of Genoa; Tarello Institute) will present her draft paper on legal statements.

FEBRUARY 5 2019

19:00 - 20:30 | Room: 22.42

READING GROUP

J. Vega: Límites de la jurisdicción, concepciones del derecho y activismo judicial

 

Thiago Barboza (LxLTG) will introduce for debate Vega's recent article, published on Doxa. Click below to read it.

JANUARY 25 2019

18:30 - 20:30 | Room: 20.42

PERMANENT WORKSHOP

Julieta Rábanos: Because "they said so"? Deliberation, Justification and the Concept(s) of Authority

 

Julieta (University of Genoa; Tarello Institute) will present her draft paper on the concept of authority

LISBON LEGAL 

 

THEORY GROUP