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Queen Mary University of London, School of Law
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Transnational law, private law, economic regulation, legal theory, Hart, community, governance, standards, soft law, expertise, globalization
Legal pluralism, legal philosophy, legal theory, sociology of law, concept of law, law and state
legal education, socio-legal studies, legal philosophy, sociology of law, social theory
Jurisprudence; legal philosophy; contemporary legal positivism; universalism; legal naturalism; law in context; socio-legal perspectives; bricolage; jurists
Globalization, transnational law, global legal pluralism, legal instrumentalism, convergence theory; sociology of law
Actor-network theory, sociology of law, Conseil d'Etat, judicial practice, legal discourse, autonomy of law, systems theory
international economic law, transnational private law, networks of community, economic regulation, sociology of law
Sociology of law, social theory, economic analysis, law and state
Karl Olivecrona; Sweden; Scandinavian legal realism; law and morality; socio-legal studies; sociology of morals; Per Stjernquist; Torgny Segerstedt; Nazi Germany
Culture, legal culture, comparative law, beliefs and values, religion, nationalism, dignity, conscientious objection, employment relations
definition of crime; concept of crime; criminalisation; Durkheim; Weber; international criminal law; state crime; transnational networks; culture and crime.
Comte, Von Stein, Tönnies, Weber, Gierke, solidarism, Durkheim, Duguit, individualism, collective responsibility, solidarity, functions of law, modern state
United States Constitution; constitutional culture; constitutional interpretation; constitutional faith; political legitimacy; popular sovereignty, legal profession, public opinion.
Concepts of law; global legal pluralism; rules of games and sports; Hart; Dworkin; transnational regulation; transnational law; jurisprudence
Leon Petrażycki; socio-legal studies; law and morality; legal pluralism; cultural pluralism; Pitirim Sorokin; Georges Gurvitch; Nicholas Timasheff; transnational law; law and culture
Sociology of law; global legal pluralism; Japan; Ehrlich; Weber; cultural pluralism; transnational law; Islamic law
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