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The Global Legal Environment and its Future Four Scenarios

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Both national and international law are created and upheld in a global legal environment that seems to be changing dramatically. Many lawyers and legal scholars have extensively signaled and analysed the internationalisation of law and the rise of private legal and governance regimes. In this article, these trends are used to explore the future of the global legal environment. The use of scenario techniques enables us to systematically scrutinise possible futures. In turn, the scenarios indicate major strategic challenges for both national legislators and international legal institutions.


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