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October 2, 2007

Latin American Law and Society--and Cambodia

For those of you interested in Latin America, I've just learned of a Spanish language website edited by Raquel Yrigoyen Fajardo devoted to Law and Society in the region. You can find it at http://www.alertanet.org/

She is the co-author of a UNDP report on Access to Justice in Cambodia, which seems like a good example of "third moment" law and development work. You can find it at http://www.un.org.kh/undp/resources/publications/governance/p2j_full_en.pdf

On a personal note, I spent some time working in Cambodia in the early 1990s. The report presents the picture of a good amount of institutionalization of the courts since that time: there are more judges, new bodies to deal with land conflicts, etc. The big problems of corruption and poverty remain well entrenched.

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