1 The expression ‘transnational law’ is becoming increasingly popular, despite the lack of precision that typically accompanies its evocation (Cotterrell 501). Globalization and pluralization of normative orders is challenging traditional legal mindsets, especially since they lack a global government or a formal hierarchy (Botelho (2019) 1). We now experience an ‘ad-hoc-cracy’ scenario, where power is shared between national and supranational rulers, and where global regulatory regimes that do not follow a common pattern emerge (Cassese 195). Transnational law...
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