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Nicole Roughan, Research Fellow, New Zealand Centre for Public Law, National University of Singapore
Nicole Roughan is an Assistant Professor at the National University of Singapore, and a Research Fellow of the New Zealand Centre for Public Law. She was previously a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, a Teaching Officer at Trinity College, Cambridge, and a Lecturer at Victoria University of Wellington's Faculty of Law.
Table of Contents
Introduction Authority and Plurality 2. Understanding Authority 3. Plurality of Authority in Legal/Constitutional Theory 4. Plurality of Authority in Legal/Constitutional Theory The Puzzles of Plural Authority 5. Compatible and Complementary Relationships 6. Actual and Apparent Conflict A Pluralist Conception of Authority 7. A Conjunctive Justification 8. 'Relative Authority' 9. The Relative Authority of Law: 'Pluralist Jurisprudence' Relative Authority in International, Transnational (and) Constitutional Law 10. Relative Authority in Public International Law and Transnational Law 11. Understanding Europe: from Constitutional Pluralism to Relative Authority 12. Relative Authority Inside the State 13. A Caase Study in Relative Authority: Crown-Maori Relationships in New Zealand