Negotiating state and non-state law : the challenge of global and local legal pluralism /

"Trends in legal philosophy, international law, transnational law, law and religion, and political science all point toward the increasing role played by non-state law in both public and private ordering. Numerous organizations, institutions, associations, and groups have emerged alongside the...

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Other Authors: Helfand, Michael A., 1979-
Format: Book
Published: New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2015
Series:ASIL studies in international legal theory
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Michael A. Helfand
  • Non-state lawmaking through the lens of global legal pluralism / Paul Schiff Berman
  • What is non-state law? : a primer / Ralf Michaels
  • International law and sociolegal scholarship : toward a spatial global legal pluralism / Sally Engle Merry
  • The constitutional itch : transnational private regulatory governance and the woes of legitimacy / Peer Zumbansen
  • International human rights law as a catalyst for the recognition and evolution of non-state law / Helen Quane
  • The administrative state goes global / Daphne Barak-Erez and Oren Perez
  • International precedent and the practice of international law / Harlan Grant Cohen
  • Religion, family law and competing norms / Joel A. Nichols
  • The resolution of disputes in state and tribal law in the south of Iraq: toward a cooperative model of pluralism / Haider Ala Hamoudi, Wasfi H. Al-Sharaa, and Aqeel Al-Dahhan
  • Is there such a thing as non-state law? : lessons from Kiryas Joel / Nomi Maya Stolzenberg
  • The persistence of sovereignty and the rise of the legal subject / Michael A. Helfand