Legal Pluralism

@article{Thornhill2012LegalP,
  title={Legal Pluralism},
  author={C. Thornhill},
  journal={Social & Legal Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={21},
  pages={413 - 423}
}
The endeavour to project a constitution for the EU, although (it seems) irreversibly incapable of acquiring legitimacy through any activation of pouvoir constituant, has begun increasingly to rely on doctrines of legal pluralism. In this regard, it is possible to observe that an intriguing, subtle, and in itself telling, shift of paradigm is at play. In its initial construction, the doctrine of legal pluralism typically informed analyses focused on the sphere of private law, whose patchwork… Expand
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