UNIVERSITY OF TRENTO
Faculty of Law

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The Constitutional Status of Personal Laws in Asian Legal Pluralism

Friday May 3rd, 2013
Room 3, Faculty of Law, via Rosmini 27 - Trento
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01:18:58

Roberto ToniattiEva Pföstl
Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam

Greetings and Introduction

Roberto Toniatti, University of Trento

Diversity and Uniformity in Law: Lessons from India
Eva Pföstl, Istituto di Studi Politici San Pio V, Rome

Personal Laws and Rights of Equality: the case of Muslim Women in India
Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam, National University of Singapore

 
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02:42:13

Andrew James HardingIgnazio Castellucci
Domenico FrancavillaJustin Frosini
Roberto Scarciglia

Malaysia: Religious Pluralism and the Constitution in a Contested Polity
Andrew James Harding, Director, CALS, National University of Singapore and Asian Law Institute

Personal Law for Muslim Citizens in the Philippines
Ignazio Castellucci, University of Trento

Discussants

Domenico Francavilla, University of Torino

Justin Frosini, Bocconi University of Milan

Concluding Remarks

Roberto Scarciglia, University of Trieste

 
Scientific Coordinator: Prof. Roberto Toniatti, Faculty of Law

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