Revista Ultracontinental de Literatura Juridica

Directed by Prof. Waldir de Pinho Veloso

Article on « Legal Models of Flow and Control in Question »[1]

Volume 2, número 3, pp. 153-185.

Summary: This article proposes to question the way in which the law thinks about flow and control. He highlights the difficulties for the law to apprehend anthropogenic flow and their control. The term “legal space of flow” is not common among legal scholars. It merits a preliminary explanation before considering the difficulties for the law of defining flow and control in various scenarios.

[1] This article is a contribution to the ‘IFITIS’ senior research programme on “Full Movement beyond Control and the Law”, funded by the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF – 2016–2021) a large part of which was carried out in Brazil (UERJ – USP – UNICEUB). For an overview of the project and its output, see