February 7th, 2019
Published on August 1st, 2016 | by Georgia Papalexiou0
New Issue: The American Journal of Comparative Law – Volume 64, Issue 1, Spring 2016
The latest issue has been published. It includes aming others:
The Chinese Communist Party and People’s Courts: Judicial Dependence in China, Ling Li, pp. 37-74
The Modern Study of Comparative Constitutionalism, Richard Albert, pp. 191-192
Toward a Realistic Comparative Constitutional Studies?—Ran Hirschl, Comparative Matters: The Renaissance of Comparative Constitutional Law (Oxford University Press, 2014), Rosalind Dixon, pp. 193-200
Saying and Doing in Comparative Constitutional Studies— Ran Hirschl, Comparative Matters: The Renaissance of Comparative Constitutional Law (oxford University Press, 2014), Mark Tushnet, pp. 201-208
The “comparative” in Comparative Constitutional Law: A Response to Dixon and Tushnet, Ran Hirschl, pp. 209-217
Table of contents, here.
The American Journal of Comparative Law, here.