1. Mobile people, mobile law : an introduction / Franz von Benda-Beckmann, Keebet von Benda-Beckmann and Anne Griffiths 2. Transborder citizenship : an outcome of legal pluralism within transnational social fields / Nina Glick Schiller 3. Transnational migration and the re-framing of normative values / Monique Nuijten 4. 'Global fire' : repatriation and reparations from a Rastafari (re)migrant's perspective / Werner Zips 5. McTradition in the new South Africa : commodified custom and rights talk with the Bafokeng and the Bapedi / Barbara Oomen 6. Democracy in flux : time, mobility and sedentarization of law in Minangkabau, Indonesia / Franz and Keebet von Benda-Beckmann 7. Mobile law and globalism : epistemic communities versus community-based innovation in the fisheries sector / Melanie G. Wiber 8. Contesting decentralization : transnational policy narratives and the emergence of volatile socio-legal configurations in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia / John F. McCarthy 9. Negotiating water rights in the context of a new political and legal landscape in Zimbabwe / Anne Hellum and Bill derman 10. The Americanization of international law / Laura Nader 11. Human rights and global legal pluralism : reciprocity and disjuncture / Sally E. Merry 12. Project law : normative orders of bilateral development cooperation and social change : a case study from the German agency for technical cooperation / Markus Weilenmann 13. School and religious difference: current negotiations within the Swiss Immigrant Society : viewed in a comparative perspective / Joanna Pfaff-Czarnecka 14. Localizing the global : rights of participation in the Scottish children's hearings system / Anne Griffiths and Randy F. Kandel 15. Mobility versus law, mobility in the law? Judges in Europe are confronted with the thorny question 'Which law applies to litigants of migrant origin?' / Marie-Claire Foblets.