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- Provides a framework to better understand Global Legal Pluralism and the current international state of law.
- Equips practitioners, theorists, and students with deeper insights and analytical tools to describe the conflict among legal and quasi-legal systems.
- Analyzes global legal pluralism in light of legal theory, constitutionalism, conflict of laws, international law, commercial transactions, and as it affects indigenous polities, religious orders, and citizenship.
The Oxford Handbook of Global Legal Pluralism
Oxford University Press
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