Multiple Legalities

Multiplicity, it is now widely agreed, is a condition of the legal order beyond the state. As a matter of fact, multiple legal orders might overlap, intersect and enmesh; yet how exactly these different legalities interact and what kind of law emerges from this interaction is still far from understood. In our online conference, we explore how we can move beyond a simple, unitary frame to capture the relations of different legalities in the global order, bringing together scholars working in both public and private international law and transnational law, jurisprudence and legal philosophy, history and sociology of law. The conference has been facilitated by DFG and SNF.