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Catalonia and the Rule of Law

Readers of the IACL Blog will be familiar with the recent events in Catalonia discussed here by Argelia Queralt and here by Martin Scheinin In the interest of further informing the readers of the … Continue reading

November 19, 2017 · Leave a comment

President, España Aprueba Los Estándares Europeos De Derechos Humanos

This piece was originally published at Agenda Publica, it is reproduced here with permission. Par Argelia Queralt, Profesora lectora de Derecho Constitucional en la Facultad de Derecho de la Universitat de … Continue reading

November 16, 2017 · Leave a comment

Introduction: IACL Research Group on Subnational Constitutions in Federal and Quasi-Federal States

Robert F. Williams I am very pleased to launch the discussion on this new Blog for the International Association of Constitutional Law’s (IACL) Research Group on Subnational Constitutions In Federal … Continue reading

November 13, 2017 · Leave a comment

Call for Applications – PhD Scholarship in Comparative Constitutional Law at Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne

This is a  rare opportunity for suitably qualified scholars to apply for a PhD scholarship to undertake a higher degree by research, and join Professor Adrienne Stone’s Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Laureate Fellowship Program … Continue reading

November 6, 2017 · Leave a comment

Form over substance? Foreign citizenship and the Australian Parliament

  By Dr Elisa Arcioni and Professor Helen Irving. Elisa Arcioni is a Senior Lecturer in The University of Sydney Law School, Helen Irving is Professor of Law in The … Continue reading

November 6, 2017 · Leave a comment

Canada @ 150

By Peter C. Oliver. Professor Oliver is Full Professor and Vice Dean of Research in the Common Law Section of the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, and editor, along … Continue reading

November 2, 2017 · Leave a comment

The Tenuous Connection between Popular Sovereignty and Constitutional Referendums

By Richard Stacey, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Toronto. Holding a referendum allows the drafters of a new constitution to seek popular approval for the political order … Continue reading

October 30, 2017 · 1 Comment