Could traditional dispute resolution mechanisms be the solution to reducing the volume of litigation in post-colonial developing countries – particularly in Africa? – David McQuoid-Mason

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming: “Too Much Litigation?”: Facts, Reasons, Consequences, and Solutions DOI: 10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1145Received 18 September 2019, Accepted 13 January 2020 This paper deals with the possible role that traditional dispute resolution mechanisms can play in reducing the burden of too much litigation in post-colonial countries – particularly in Africa. The importance of such mechanisms… Read More Could traditional dispute resolution mechanisms be the solution to reducing the volume of litigation in post-colonial developing countries – particularly in Africa? – David McQuoid-Mason

Friend or foe? International environmental law and its structural complicity in the Anthropocene’s climate injustices – Louis J. Kotzé, Louise du Toit, Duncan French

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming: Climate Justice in the Anthropocene DOI: 10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1140Received 20 January 2020, Accepted 22 June 2020 In this paper, we focus on the structural complicity of international environmental law (IEL) in causing and exacerbating climate injustices. We aim to show that although the intentions behind IEL may be well-meaning, it often inadvertently, but… Read More Friend or foe? International environmental law and its structural complicity in the Anthropocene’s climate injustices – Louis J. Kotzé, Louise du Toit, Duncan French

What is an appropriate measure of litigation? Quantification, qualification and differentiation of dispute resolution – Carrie Menkel-Meadow

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming: “Too Much Litigation?”: Facts, Reasons, Consequences, and Solutions DOI: 10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1146 Received 02 September 2019, Accepted 24 February 2020 This article reviews the claims about rates of litigation in the United States, as either “too much” or “too little” (e.g. “The Vanishing Trial”). While we need to understand aggregate litigation rates to… Read More What is an appropriate measure of litigation? Quantification, qualification and differentiation of dispute resolution – Carrie Menkel-Meadow

Online activism & street harassment: Critical cartographies, counter-mapping & spatial justice – Bianca Kate Fileborn

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming: “Youth Violence” Reframed: Disrupting Discourses DOI: 10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1144 Received 08 October 2019, Accepted 17 January 2020 Social media and activist sites have provided an avenue to contest the dominant framing of street harassment as “trivial” and have sought to make street harassment and its harms visible. To date, digital activism has been… Read More Online activism & street harassment: Critical cartographies, counter-mapping & spatial justice – Bianca Kate Fileborn

Racial Capitalism, Climate Justice, and Climate Displacement – Carmen G. Gonzalez

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming: Climate Justice in the Anthropocene Doi Link: https://doi.org/10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1137 Received 20 January 2020, Accepted 06 April 2020 This article expands our understanding of climate justice by demonstrating how racial subordination, environmental degradation, and the fossil fuel-based capitalist world economy are interrelated. It uses these insights to critique the emerging legal and policy… Read More Racial Capitalism, Climate Justice, and Climate Displacement – Carmen G. Gonzalez

1948 to 1951: The racial politics of humanitarianism and return in Palestine – Shaira Vadasaria

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming (2020): Governing the Political: Law and the Politics of Resistance Doi Link: https://doi.org/10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1128 Received 03 September 2018, Accepted 14 November 2018 The unresolved question of Palestinian displacement raises important considerations in a settler colonial era of reparations. One line of inquiry that remains relevant for thinking about the future of redress… Read More 1948 to 1951: The racial politics of humanitarianism and return in Palestine – Shaira Vadasaria

Problematizing Canadian exceptionalism: A study of right-populism, white nationalism and Conservative political parties – Laura J. Kwak

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming 2020: Governing the Political: Law and the Politics of Resistance Doi Link: https://doi.org/10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1127 Received 11 January 2019, Accepted 04 May 2020 The myth that Canada has resisted the “West’s populist wave” persists despite evidence that demonstrates otherwise. This article traces how the assumption that Canada has avoided the rise of right-wing… Read More Problematizing Canadian exceptionalism: A study of right-populism, white nationalism and Conservative political parties – Laura J. Kwak

More Lawyers, More Litigation? Exploring Trends in Litigation and the Legal Profession in Ontario, Canada (Avner Levin, Asher Alkoby)

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming: “Too Much Litigation?”: Facts, Reasons, Consequences, and Solutions. Received 10 June 2019, Accepted 16 December 2019 This brief paper explores the correlation and potential relationship between the composition of the legal profession and trends in litigation, in Ontario, Canada. Specifically, we ask whether there is a positive correlation between the numbers… Read More More Lawyers, More Litigation? Exploring Trends in Litigation and the Legal Profession in Ontario, Canada (Avner Levin, Asher Alkoby)

Don Quixote de la Corte: Serial Litigants, Emotions, and Access to Justice (Eyal Katvan, Boaz Shnoor)

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming: “Too Much Litigation?”: Facts, Reasons, Consequences, and Solutions. Received 02 September 2019, Accepted 09 December 2019 Serial litigants are a well-known phenomenon. This article deals with this phenomenon on two different levels using Israel as a test-case. First, we analyze the impact they have on the judicial system as a whole,… Read More Don Quixote de la Corte: Serial Litigants, Emotions, and Access to Justice (Eyal Katvan, Boaz Shnoor)

Feminismo(s): hibridaciones frente a diferencialismos (Feminism(s): hybridation versus differentialisms) – Barbara Biglia

Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Forthcoming (2020): The Fourth Wave of Feminism: From Sisterhood and Social Networking Toward a New Citizenship? Received 14 January 2019, Accepted 25 November 2019. Doi Link: https://doi.org/10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-1115 En este artículo se propone una reflexión sobre algunos de los sentidos que la palabra feminismo puede adquirir para las activistas de movimientos sociales. En… Read More Feminismo(s): hibridaciones frente a diferencialismos (Feminism(s): hybridation versus differentialisms) – Barbara Biglia