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Defining the field of comparative constitutional law

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Published by Praeger in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Constitutional law

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Vicki C. Jackson and Mark Tushnet ; foreword by William H. Rehnquist.
    ContributionsJackson, Vicki C., Tushnet, Mark V., 1945-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK3165 .D44 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 260 p. ;
    Number of Pages260
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21503295M
    ISBN 100275970698
    LC Control Number2002019629
    OCLC/WorldCa48892741

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    Introduction 3 gender equality, and was one of the inspirations for this book. The second book, by Helen Irving, is Gender and the Constitution: Equity and Agency in Comparative Constitutional Design, the first book to take a design-based approach to the subject. Ratna Kapur is a global legal scholar. She has lectured and published on issues of human rights, international law, and constitutional law, in particular on secularism, freedom of expression, equality, and gender equality and sexual rights around the world.

    'Advanced Introduction to Comparative Constitutional Law by Mark Tushnet is a short book that packs a great deal for different audiences and should be an indispensable resource for students as well as scholars in this rapidly expanding field. On one level, the book provides a clear and succinct introduction perfectly fit for the novice.5/5(1). It is a book that will be discussed in the field of comparative constitutional law for years to come. Albert’s book focuses on his specialty, the study of constitutional amendments. It powerfully argues that amendment rules shouldn’t be treated as a mere appendage to a constitution’s text, but rather as the most important part of a.


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"Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law is an important contribution to a rich tradition of public law scholarship on courts and constitutions in comparative perpective."-The Law and Politics Book Review About the Author.

VICKI C. JACKSON is Professor of Law, Georgetown University. Format: Hardcover. ?Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law is an important contribution to a rich tradition of public law scholarship on courts and constitutions in comparative perpective.?-The Law and Read more.

"Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law is an important contribution to a rich tradition of public law scholarship on courts and constitutions in comparative perpective."-The Law and Politics Book Review About the Author.

VICKI C. JACKSON is Professor of Law, Georgetown University. Format: Hardcover. Book Chapter Donald P. Kommers, Comparative Constitutional Law: Its Increasing Relevance, in Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law 61 (Vicki C.

Jackson & Mark V. Tushnet eds., ) Jackson, Tushnet, and their contributors, distinguished jurists and legal scholars from around the world, seek to define the field of constitutional law, sometimes expressly but more Author: Donald P. Kommers. Constitutional Conceptions and Constitutional Comparativism by Lorraine E.

Weinrib For Further Reading Index. Reviews/Endorsements Reviews. Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law is an important contribution to a rich tradition of public law scholarship on courts and constitutions in comparative perpective.

—The Law and Politics. Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law by Vicki C. Jackson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).

This book is a research handbook on comparative constitutional law and contains a valuable compilation of articles on different aspects of this interesting topic this is a valuable book that will assist those interested in putting the constitutional aspects Cited by: Essays seeking to define the field of comparative constitutional law.

Jackson, Tushnet, and their contributors, distinguished jurists and legal scholars from around the world, seek to define the field of constitutional law, sometimes expressly but more often by illustrating the way in which each writer thinks about comparative constitutional law.

DEFINING THE FIELD OF COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Edited by Vicki C. Jackson and Mark Tushnet FOREWORD BY WILLIAM H. REHNQUIST Chief Justice of the United States. The New Constitutional Order (Princeton U.

Press ). The Oxford Handbook of Legal Studies (Peter Cane & Mark V. Tushnet eds., Oxford Univ. Press ). Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law (Vicki C.

Jackson & Mark Tushnet eds., Praeger ). And L. Michael Seidman et al., Constitutional Law (Little, Brown and Co. 4th ed. ).Alma mater: Harvard University (BA), Yale Graduate.

book examines how the values of constitutional l The first comprehensive reference in the field of comparative constitutional law, providing guidance on the current state of research for all those working in the discipline identify its defining features and to assess the.

convinced that comparative constitutional law is so clearly behind in the field of law more generally—which across many areas could benefit from more of the methodological rigor that Hirschl advocates.

14See, e.g., Anna di Robilant, Big Questions Comparative Law, 96 File Size: KB. Comparative constitutional law is a newly energized field in the early 21st century. Never before has the field had such a broad range of interdisciplinary interest, with lawyers, politi.

English, Book edition: Defining the field of comparative constitutional law / edited by Vicki C. Jackson and Mark Tushnet ; foreword by William H. Rehnquist. Get this edition User activity. Book Chapter.

Samuel Bray, Equity in Equity and Law: Fusion and Fission 31(John C.P. Goldberg, Henry E. Smith & P.G. Turner, ed., ) The fusion of law and equity in common law systems was a crucial moment in the development of the modern law.

Common law and equity were historically the two principal sources of rules and remedies in the judge-made law of. Comparative constitutional law is a newly energized field in the early 21st century.

Never before has the field had such a broad range of interdisciplinary interest, with lawyers, politi-cal scientists, sociologists and even economists making contributions to our collective under-standing of how constitutions are formed and how they operate.

The New Constitutional Order (Prininceton U. Press ). The Oxford Handbook of Legal Studies (Peter Cane & Mark V. Tushnet eds., Oxford U. Press ). Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law (Vicki C. Jackson & Mark Tushnet eds., Praeger ).

And L. Michael Seidman et al., Constitutional Law (Little, Brown and Co. 4th ed. David Landau, Legal Pragmatism and Comparative Constitutional Law, in Elgar Handbook on Comparative Constitutional Theory (forthcoming ), available at KendeLaw is a practical field.

It resolves concrete disputes. Constitutional law, however, is often thought of as more theoretical than practical. For example, a common current debate in. The Possibilities of Comparative Constitutional Law Mark Tushnett Scholars in the field of general comparative law have paid a great Of course, comparative constitutional law can and probably should be part of the general liberal education of lawyers in.

Tushnet and Jackson co-wrote “Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law.” Jackson, an expert in constitutional law, federalism and comparative law, recently argued before the Supreme Court regarding same-sex marriage, taking the position that Court lacked jurisdiction on the case.

BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW [Vol. Writing inpolitical scientist Jennifer Widner considered the absence of a shared intellectual foundation in comparative law scholarship.6 Comparative politics, she pointed out, was in no better position.7 But her prescription was not to unify the field with a perfected method or approach.8 Instead, she.

Defining the Field of Comparative Constitutional Law by Vicki C. Jackson (Editor); Mark Tushnet (Editor) Call Number: Reserves 2nd Floor -- KD44 ISBN: Author: Margaret Clark.Professor Tushnet, who graduated from Harvard College and Yale Law School and served as a law clerk to Justice Thurgood Marshall, specializes in constitutional law and theory, including comparative constitutional law.

His research includes studies examining (skeptically) the practice of judicial review in the United States and around the world.