Volume 23 | Issue 6
New Private Law Theory—A Very Brief Introduction
Stefan Grundmann, Hans-W. Micklitz and Moritz Renner
About the Methods of Studying Private Law: An Italian Perspective
“New Private Law Theory” as a Mosaic: What Can Hold (Most of) It Together?
Smart Contracts, Consumer Protection, and Competing European Narratives of Private Law
Private Law and the New Social Question
Is Law Like Social Sciences? On ‘New Private Law Theory’ and the Call for Disciplinary Pluralism
Anything Goes in Private Law Theory? On the Epistemic and Ontological Commitments of Private Law and Multi-Pluralism
Martijn W. Hesselink
Private Law Theory and the “Global Legal Community”
A Private Law Theory for Sustainable Legal Education?
Civil Courts and Delocalized Justice: Reflections on the Shell Nigeria Cases in Light of Theories of Communication and Constitutionalization
A New Genre for a Discipline Made New