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Law in Context

Abstract from Volume 16 No 1 (1998) Misplaced Traditions: British Lawyers, Colonial Peoples

Context and Dominion: The Law in Independent Trinidad and Tobago

Kusha Haraksingh

This article explores issues of local jurisprudence and judicial sovereignty in post-colonial Trinidad and Tobago. It examines, first, concerns affecting the judicial system; secondly, questions arising from the operation of the law in a situation of social pluralism; and, thirdly, matters prompted by the globalisation of law.

(1999) 16(1) Law in Context 151

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