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Author Berman, Paul Schiff.
Title Global Legal Pluralism : a Jurisprudence of Law Beyond Borders.
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Author Berman, Paul Schiff.
Subject Legal polycentricity.
Law and globalization.
Description 1 online resource (358 pages)
Contents Cover; GLOBAL LEGAL PLURALISM; Title; Copyright; Dedicated; Contents; Acknowledgments; Part I: MAPPING A HYBRID WORLD; 1: Introduction; 2: A World of Legal Conflicts; Examples of Jurisdictional Hybridity; State Versus State Conflicts of Norms; State Versus International Conflicts of Norms; Nation-State Versus Substate Conflicts of Norms; State Versus Nonstate Conflicts of Norms; Legal Pluralism and Global Legal Interactions; Part II: RETREATING FROM HYBRIDITY; 3: The Limits of Sovereigntist Territoriality; The Unmooring of Cultures, Peoples, and Places.
The Nation-State as an Imagined CommunityConceptions of Subnational, Transnational, Supranational, and Cosmopolitan Identities; Concerns About Democratic Legitimacy; Why Sovereigntist Territorialism Fails to Describe the Global Legal System; International Legal Consciousness; Multiple Constituencies and the Deployment of International Law; 4: Universalism and Its Discontents; Self, Other, and the Negotiation of Difference; Uniformity Versus Fragmentation; Part III: EMBRACING HYBRIDITY; 5: Toward a Cosmopolitan Pluralist Jurisprudence.
6: Procedural Mechanisms, Institutional Designs, and Discursive Practices for Managing PluralismDialectical Legal Interactions; Margins of Appreciation; Limited Autonomy Regimes; Subsidiarity Schemes; Hybrid Participation Arrangements; Mutual Recognition Regimes; Safe Harbor Agreements; Regime Interaction Within the International System; Part IV: CONFLICT OF LAWS IN A HYBRID WORLD; 7: The Changing Terrain of Jurisdiction; Jurisdiction and the Social Construction of Space; Jurisdiction and the Assertion of Community Dominion; Jurisdiction and the Extension of Community Membership.
Jurisdiction and the Assertion of Alternative NormsConstructing a Cosmopolitan Pluralist Framework for Jurisdiction; State-Sanctioned Courts; Nonstate Communities; The Value of Jurisdictional Redundancy; 8: A Cosmopolitan Pluralist Approach to Choice of Law; Territorialism; Parochialism; Substantivism; Cosmopolitan Pluralism; State-Sanctioned Courts; GlobalSantaFe Corp. v.;, Inc. v. Excelentisimo Ayuntamiento de Barcelona; Religious Communities; Bob Jones Univ. v. United States; Employment Div., Dept. of Human Resources of Oregon v. Smith.
9: Recognition of Judgments and the Legal Negotiation of DifferenceRecognizing the Judgments of Foreign States; Recognizing the Judgments of International and Substate Communities; Recognizing the Judgments of Ethnic Communities; 10: Conclusion; Index.
Summary Proposes a multidisciplinary approach that seeks to grapple with the pluralist reality rather than ignoring it.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages xi-xii) and index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781139220439
9781139028615 (ebook)
1139028618 (ebook)
9780521769822 (hardback)
0521769825 (hardback)
9781139223867 (electronic bk.)
1139223860 (electronic bk.)
9781107651500 (pbk.)
1107651506 (pbk.)
ISBN/ISSN 9786613718914
OCLC # 797919373
Additional Format Print version: Berman, Paul Schiff. Global Legal Pluralism : A Jurisprudence of Law Beyond Borders. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, ©2012 9780521769822