Weber noticed this law as having developed in parallel with the growth of capitalism. Other notable early legal sociologists included Hugo Sinzheimer, Theodor Geiger, Georges Gurvitch and Leon Petrażycki in Europe, and William Graham Sumner in the united states European Union law is the first and thus far the only example of a supranational law, i.e. an internationally accepted authorized system, aside from the United Nations and the World Trade Organization. Given the pattern of increasing global financial integration, many regional agreements—especially the African Union—seek to comply with an identical mannequin. In the EU, sovereign nations have gathered their authority in a system of courts and the European Parliament. These institutions are allowed the flexibility to implement legal norms both towards or for member states and residents in a way which is not potential via public worldwide law.
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