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Call for Papers: Constitutional History — Comparative Perspectives

Call for Papers Bologna, Italy, 13–14 November 2017 University of Illinois College of Law, University of Bologna School of Law, Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development Paper proposals are … Continue reading

May 22, 2017 · Leave a comment

Analysis: To Pay or Not to Pay — Russia’s Next Step Away from the European Convention

By Dr Tatiana Khramova, Senior Associate, Institute of Law and Public Policy (Moscow, Russia) The Russian Constitutional Court (‘RCC’) has delivered a second judgment denying enforcement of ECtHR decisions. Shortly … Continue reading

May 18, 2017 · Leave a comment

Analysis: Proprietors of Wakatū and Others v Attorney-General [2017] NZSC 17

By Carwyn Jones, a Māori scholar of Ngāti Kahungunu descent. He is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at Victoria University of Wellington and holds a PhD in … Continue reading

May 13, 2017 · Leave a comment

Constitutional Court Review: Open Access

The Constitutional Court Review is one of a select number of premier publications that have recently been made available via open access by its publisher, Juta Law. This is part … Continue reading

May 12, 2017 · Leave a comment

Call for Applications: Ronald L Watts Young Scholar Award

RONALD L. WATTS YOUNG SCHOLAR AWARD ENTRIES NOW OPEN The International Association of Centres for Federal Studies (IACFS) inaugurated in 2014 of the Young Scholar Award, an annual award for … Continue reading

May 11, 2017 · Leave a comment

IACL National Association Profile: Staatsrechtkring / Dutch Association of Constitutional Law

An important aspect of the International Association of Constitutional Law’s role is to be an ‘association of associations’, working with national and regional bodies to develop a network of constitutionalists … Continue reading

May 10, 2017 · Leave a comment

Book: ‘Principled Reasoning in Human Rights Adjudication’ by Se-shauna Wheatle

Principled Reasoning in Human Rights Adjudication Se-shauna Wheatle Implied constitutional principles form part of the landscape of the development of fundamental rights in common law jurisdictions, affecting issues ranging from … Continue reading

May 10, 2017 · Leave a comment