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1. The Law as Influenced by Globalisation I. What Is Globalisation? II. The Globalisation of Law 2. Areas of Legal Globalisation I. Three Characteristic Examples II. The Key Areas of Legal Globalisation 3. The Mechanics of Legal Globalisation I. Normative Processes II. Systemic Relations 4. Power and Legitimacy in the Global Legal Sphere I. The State and Legal Globalisation II. The Development of New Legal Forms of International Governance under Globalisation III. Globalisation and Territorial Pluralism: the Global-Local Dialogue IV. The Legal Dimension of Multi-layered Governance V. Citizenship, Democracy and Constitutionalisation in the Global Legal Space VI. Legal Globalisation and the Imperatives of the Rule of Law VII. Public Affairs, General Interest and Public Goods under Legal Globalisation 5. How the Global Legal Sphere Operates I. The Role Played by the Law in Globalisation II. Globalisation and Legal Practice III. Regulating Legal Globalisation IV. Theories on the General Operation of Global Law 6. The Structure of the Global Law under Construction I. Globalisation and the Distinction between International Law and Domestic Law II. Globalisation and the Public-Private Divide 7. The Implications of Globalisation for Public Law I. The Implications of Globalisation for Public International Law II. The Implications of Globalisation for National Public Law III. Globalisation's Influence on Relations between National Public Laws
Jean-Bernard Auby is Full Professor, and Director of the Center on Changes in Governance and Public Law, at Sciences Po, Paris.