'This is a rich and welcome collection of essays by a diverse array of interesting scholars from multiple disciplines, exploring the complex and pluralist world of law and legalities, and their interaction and entanglement beyond the state. The essays range from studies of social credit systems, to international trade and investment law, indigenous law, various human rights regimes and norms, targeted sanctions, private international law, sports law, and more. There are also several stimulating theoretical essays, including the introduction and conclusion by two of the leading scholars of constitutional and legal pluralism, Nico Krisch and Brian Tamanaha.'
Gráinne de Búrca - Florence Ellinwood Allen Professor of Law, NYU
'This collection, with its stellar cast of contributors, is a must-read for anyone trying to understand today’s fast changing global legal landscape. Its central concept of ‘entanglement’ invites a rich exploration of the ways in which our local legal orders increasingly form an interpenetrated whole.'
Neil Walker - Regius Professor of Public Law and the Law of Nature and Nations, University of Edinburgh