Identity markers provide an account of diversity that gives law the potential to fulfil its role in meeting the challenges of my diversity-conscious conception of justice. A constructive starting point to introducing the idea of the plurality of law is the challenge that legal pluralism makes to dominant conceptualisations of law. The prohibition of Sunday trading was an official law which expressed an identity marker, and the subsequent amendments to prohibition chart identity processes and express the identity markers that reflect those processes. Perhaps, the expression of identity markers in laws beyond legislation and case law is the related area of weekends. Moreover, include this figure to provide a comprehensive synopsis of Menski's model of legal pluralism and interlegality, rather than as a diagram that is necessary to explain the core of Menski's legal pluralism.