This book presents new research assumptions aiming at a significant expansion of a typical, common paradigm of law sciences. It focuses on the process of law-making, which is an important subject of interest in broadly understood legal sciences. Although many books have been written on this subject, new problems are still emerging. In many countries of the world, current political and legal theories are becoming less and less adequate to the description of reality. One of the causes is that too little empirical research is conducted in legal sciences on the links between the legal system and its socio-economic environment. This book is a result of discussions among researchers from different parts of the world. The multiplicity of points of view and the diversity of assumptions adopted by the authors, allows them to present a multi-faceted image of law-making processes.