How can private international law contribute to the development of the legal architecture needed to integrate our emerging multi-cultural society?
Opens a cross-regional dialogue, shifting the Eurocentric discussion on diversity and integration to a more inclusive engagement with the Global South in private international law issues
Promotes a cosmopolitan vision of private international law, as a discipline with the potential to transcend its boundaries to further promote the reality of cross-border integration
Provides timely insights on the significance of the Brexit vote for rethinking the challenges that legal diversity poses for an integration project
Bringing together world-renowned academics and experienced private international lawyers from a wide range of jurisdictions in Europe and South America, this book explores how the methodologies and techniques of private international law can be used to engage with legal diversity. The contributors explore ways forward and set out a vision of private international law connected to the communication, coordination, cooperation and engagement between legal orders. It provides in-depth analysis of the role of private international law in dealing with legal diversity across a diverse range of topics.