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Nafay Choudhury is a Junior Research Fellow at St. Catharine’s College; Fellow of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law; and Associate Member of the Centre for Global Knowledge Studies. His research explores the fragmented and plural forms of order that exist within the state, alongside the state, and beyond the state. His current research looks at the role of market associations in providing normative order in fragile settings. As a socio-legal researcher, he is interested in understanding how global legal norms, such as those promoted by international organizations, take shape at the local level. Nafay’s research interests include socio-legal studies, legal pluralism, economic development, and the rule of law.