Normative Standards and Global Law-Making
- Vanessa MakEmail Vanessa Mak
AbstractThis contribution explores the meaning of ‘global law’ in private law. Private law relationships occur across borders more and more often, but does this also mean that the law governing these relations has become global? It is suggested that in law-making a connection can be made between different levels of regulation (international, national or regional) through the use of normative standards such as the ‘average consumer’ of EU law.
- Published on 1 Jan 2012
- Peer Reviewed