Welcome to the UK Branch of the International Association of Legal and Social Philosophy (IVR). The IVR was founded in Berlin on 1 October 1909 and has since then blossomed into a genuinely global association, with many active national sections. The purpose of the Association is the cultivation and promotion of legal and social philosophy. The Association is open to all relevant scholarly disciplines. Read more about the International Association of Legal and Social Philosophy.
The executive of the UK Branch is as follows:
The UK Branch organises an annual conference to coincide with its AGM.
20 July 2020 - 21 July 2020
Time: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: University of Surrey
For more information and to book, visit the webpage.
The UK IVR mailing list informs members of upcoming events in legal and social philosophy. To join, please email Dr Gur: firstname.lastname@example.org. Organisers of events are encouraged to email news of relevant upcoming events of potential interest to legal and social philosophers.
Each branch of the IVR pays membership fees to the general IVR. To help cover these fees, membership to the UK Branch is set at £15 for students, £25 for early career academics (within 5 years of the award of their doctorate) and £35 for academics and professionals. To become a member, send a cheque made out to ‘UK IVR’ to the following address:
UK IVR, c/o Dr Noam Gur
Department of Law
Queen Mary University of London
For any queries about the UK IVR, please email Dr Noam Gur.