Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland are the four motors behind harmonisation of the laws across modern Scandinavia, cooperating when it comes to legislative reform of topics or areas of law.
Three - but not Norway - are also members of the European Union.
Norway - along with Iceland - are members of The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) an intergovernmental organisation set up for the promotion of free trade and economic integration to the benefit of its four Member States (the others being Liechtenstein & Switzerland).
Also in the geographic region are three autonomous territories with independent parliaments - at least for certain aspects of self-government and policy making.
What is Scandinavian law? : social private law (2007) General 510 S283.6/50
NIR : Nordiskt immateriellt rättsskydd General 300 N40
Some books in the Law Bod
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The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) is an intergovernmental organisation set up for the promotion of free trade and economic integration to the benefit of its four Member States:
The Association manages the EFTA Convention; EFTA’s worldwide network of free trade and partnership agreements, and the European Economic Area (EEA) Agreement.