Law, Polity, and the Legacy of Statehood Published in the International Journal of Constitutional Law
Law and Polity Project introduces Symposium on Law, Polity, and the Legacy of Statehood
Edinburgh Law School’s Law and Polity Project has introduced their Symposium in the International Journal of Constitutional Law.
The article, which appears in Volume 16, Issue 4 of the journal and which was made available online last month, discusses the “assumptions that shape contemporary debate and controversy over the relationship between legal normativity and political architecture”.
Headed by Neil Walker, Regius Professor of Public Law and the Law of Nature and Nations; Cormac Mac Amhlaigh, Senior Lecturer in Public Law; and Claudio Michelson, Professor of the Philosophy of Law, the Law and Polity Project works to address the challenges posed to these concepts by globalisation, transnationalism, and sub-state devolution.