12 January 2006

Comparative Law in Courts: New Issue Tulane Law Review (Vol. 80/1)

LegalTheoryBlog notifies publication of the latest issue of the Tulane Law Review (of Hurricane-struck Tulane Law School in New Orleans), devoted largely to the topic of the use of comparative law by judges in different jurisdictions and settings. Basis for discussion in this new issue is an article by Sir Basil Markesinis & Jörg Fedtke, called "The Judge As Comparatist". Repsonses are by Laurie W.H. Ackermann (on South-Africa), Aharon Barak (on Public Law), Brun-Otto Bryde (on International Constitutionalist Dialogue), Guy Canivet (on France and Europe), Sir Sydney Kentridge (on Constitutional Adjudication in South-Africa), Christos L. Rozakis (on Europe) and Konrad Schiemann. Well worth checking out!

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