Global legal pluralism has become one of the leading analytical frameworks for understanding and conceptualizing law in the 21st century. Wherever one looks, there is conflict among multiple legal regimes - some of which are state-based; some are built and maintained by nonstate actors; some fall within the purview of local authorities and jurisdictional entities; and some involve international courts, tribunals, and arbitral bodies, as well as regulatory organisations. Global legal pluralism has provided, first and foremost, a set of useful analytical tools for describing this conflict among legal and quasi-legal systems.
Also issued in print: 2020.
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Global Legal Pluralism and Commercial Law / John Linarelli Sex Policing in the Arab World / Haider Ala Hamoudi The Overlapping Web of Data, Territoriality, and Sovereignty / Jennifer Daskal The Problem of Platform Law: Pluralistic Legal Ordering on Social Media Platforms / Molly K. Land Fighting Fundamentalism with Pluralism: Technologies of Enlightenment During the Arab Spring / Madhavi Sunder Membership and Global Legal Pluralism / Peter J. Spiro On the Verge of Citizenship: Negotiating Religion and Gender Equality / Ayelet Shachar Introduction / Paul Schiff Berman Local People and Global Goings On: An African Story / Sally Falk Moore Anthropological Roots of Legal Pluralism / Keebet von Benda-Beckmann, Bertram Turner The Eclipse of Global Legal Pluralism in Ethnology: A French Trajectory / Grégoire Mallard Private Uniform Law and Global Legal Pluralism / Gralf-Peter Calliess, Insa Stephanie Jarass An Anthropological Perspective on Legal Pluralism / Sally Engle Merry Empires and Jurisdictional Politics: Legal Pluralism and the Search for Global Order / Lauren Benton Other Parts of the Forest: Some Aspects of Global Legal Pluralism / Carol Weisbrod Manifestations and Arguments: The Everyday Operation of Transnational Legal Pluralism / Peer Zumbansen Does Legal Theory Have a Pluralism Problem? / Cormac Mac Amhlaigh Theorizing Justice Under Conditions of Global Legal Pluralism / Víctor M. Muñiz-Fraticelli Conceptual Theories of Law and the Challenge of Global Legal Pluralism: A Legal Interactionist Approach / Wibren Van Der Burg Why Authority?: A Jurisprudence Between Plurality and Pluralism / Nicole Roughan Global Legal Pluralism and the Rule of Law / David Lefkowitz Legal Pluralism and the Problem of Evil / Detlef von Daniels Compliance as an Exchange of Legitimacy for Influence / Kishanthi Parella Value Pluralism and Legal Pluralism: Using Radbruch's Value Based Approach to Law to Understand Legal Pluralism / Sanne Taekema Law Unbounded / Neil Walker Constitutionalism Without Borders and Governance Beyond the States: A Comparative Institutional Approach / Miguel Poiares Maduro, Neil Komesar Transnational Networks and the Construction of Law / Oren Perez Federalism as Legal Pluralism / Erin Ryan International Law As a System of Legal Pluralism / Frédéric Mégret Pluralist Integration in International Law / Monica Hakimi International Criminal Law and Legal Pluralism / Elies van Sliedregt Cosmopolitan Pluralist Hybrid Tribunals / Elena Baylis Global Legal Pluralism and Conflict of Laws / Ralf Michaels The Application of Non-State Based Standards in International Arbitration / Shahla Ali Private International Law's Contribution to Global Legal Pluralism / Horatia Muir Watt E Pluribus Plures: Legal Pluralism and the Recognition of Indigenous Legal Orders / Michael Coyle Indigenous Rights and Intrastate Multijuridicalism / Dwight Newman Legal Pluralism and Indigenous-State Relations / Kirsty Gover Religious Courts and State Legal Pluralism / Jaclyn L. Neo The Future of Religious Arbitration in the United States: Looking Through a Pluralist Lens / Michael A. Helfand.
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