Who`s Afraid of Legal Pluralism

The second edition of Santi Romano`s book, The Legal Order, which is in its first English translation (2017), is a pioneering text of legal pluralism. She is interested in his extreme radicalism and the fact that his argument, although written by a lawyer, has many important political implications and addresses central conceptual issues in contemporary social law studies on legal pluralism. The social and political context of Romano`s book in early twentieth-century Italy is far from being of historical interest. The questions that surrounded his legal thought in his time resonate with important political and social issues today. Your email address will be used to notify you when your comment has been reviewed by the moderator and if the author or moderator of the article needs to contact you directly. Please list any fees and grants, employment through advice, co-ownership or close relationship with an organization at any time during the previous 36 months whose interests may be harmed by the publication of the response. Please also list any non-financial associations or interests (personal, professional, political, institutional, religious or other) that a reasonable reader would like to know in relation to the submitted work. This applies to all authors of the play, their spouses or partners. Do you have any conflicts of interest? * Conflict of Interest Help – No HTML tags allowed – Website URLs are displayed as text only – Lines and paragraphs wrap automatically – Attachments, images, or tables are not allowed View all Google Scholar citations for this article.

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