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About the Author
Hanne Petersen is Professor of Law at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. She is a former Jean Monnet Scholar at the European University Institute. Anne Lise Kjär is Senior Research Fellow, University of Copenhagen. She has been a visiting academic at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg and at the Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim. Helle Krunke is Associate Professor of Law, University of Copenhagen. She has been a visiting fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy, and a visiting academic at the University of Bristol, UK. Mikael Rask Madsen, is Senior Research Fellow & Executive Director, Centre for Studies in Legal Culture, University of Copenhagen, and an associate of the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris.
Table of Contents
Contents: General introduction: paradoxes of European legal integration, Mikael Rask Madsen, Anne Lise Kjär, Helle Krunke and Hanne Petersen; Part 1 European Law as a Process Between Constitutionalization and Democratization: Introduction: European law as a process between constitutionalization and democratization, Helle Krunke; The convention and its constitution: all a great mistake?, Neil MacCormick; When 'no' means 'yes': a constitution for Europe and the limits of ignorance, Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos; A legal mission: the emergence of a European 'rationalized' natural law, Henning Koch. Part 2 An Ever Closer Union - An Ever Larger Market: Lawyers and the Transnational Construction of European Institutions and Markets: Introduction: an ever closer union - an ever larger market:lawyers and the transnational construction of European institutions and markets, Mikael Rask Madsen; Re-structuring states by exporting law: American law firms and the genesis of a European legal market, Yves Dezalay and Bryant Garth; (Re)constructing the boundaries of the market: EU law and institutions analysed through the lens of discontinuity, Inger-Johanne Sand; Transnational statecraft: legal entrepreneurs, the European field of power, and the genesis of the European constitution, Antonin Cohen; How to become a transnational elite: lawyers' politics at the genesis of the European Communities (1950-1970), Antoine Vauchez. Part 3 Language as a Barrier and Carrier of European Legal Integration: Introduction: language as barrier and carrier of European legal integration, Anne Lise Kjär; Surface law, William Twining; Word/world: (of primordial issues for comparative legal studies), Pierre Legrand; Towards a common European legal thinking: a dialogic challenge, Edda Weigand; European integration and legal communication, Heikki Mattila. Part 4 Exceptionalism and Normalization: Ambiguity and Honour in European Integration Processes: Introduction: exceptionalism and normaliz