Nordic Journal of International Law 80 (2011) 235–239 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI 10.1163/157181011X581146 brill.nl/nord NORDIC JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Editors’ Introduction: Th e Internationalisation of Danish Law Th is special issue of the Nordic Journal of International Law contains a set of arti- cles derived from on-going research into the internationalisation of Danish law, which for some years has been undertaken at the Centre for Studies in Legal Culture, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. 1 Th e purpose of this project is to address some of the many and signiﬁ cant challenges to national law and legal culture which have emerged in the wake of the increased globalisation of law. In addition to tracking the impact of the internationalisation of Danish law, we are interested in developing suggestions for how to handle these new challenges in law. Th is special issue is not delineated by speciﬁ c legal sub-disciplines but by our common research question of the role of international law in Danish law or, more precisely, the internationalisation of Danish law by international law. Although there is little doubt that the internationalisation of law has signiﬁ cantly increased in recent years, the phenomenon
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