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A Vision of Global Legal Scholarship

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Global legal scholarship should aim to be both post-national and inter-disciplinary. By post-national, we imply that it should rise above national legal systems and cover a more abstract corpus of knowledge about law, of which national legal systems would be an application. By inter-disciplinary, we mean that legal scholarship is enhanced by a deeper understanding of other sciences, without merging with any of them. This places global legal scholarship in a ‘sweet spot’, between traditional national legal scholarship and other social sciences. In order to retain its strong link with reality, global legal scholarship should also espouse empirical research methods.

Affiliations: 1: Professor of Competition Law, Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC) Department of European and International Public Law, Tilburg Law School (TLS), Email:, URL:


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