“... the work is interesting, the arguments clear, and the book is well-written.
Douglas-Scott's book has a number of successes. It provides good discussions of a wide range of thinkers and arguments... the survey is wide and largely accurate...It is a work I can and do recommend.” – John H. Bogart,
Law and Politics Book Review, Volume 24, Number 4
“... a sophisticated and thought-provoking attempt to reinterpret legal theory, amplifying earlier work on legal pluralism, transnational legal theory, and European Union law in order to outline a "cultural" theory of law. It will be of particular interest to those who are troubled by the widespread desire to "constitutionalize" international and European Union law.” – Umut Özsu,
International Journal of Constitutional Law, Volume 12, Number 1