Symposium Season April-July

To celebrate the anniversary of our highly successful re-launch in June 2018, we have 4 Blog Symposia back-to-back from 29 April to the end of July. Read our Editorial here - and tell us what you think!

Our ‘Global Snapshot’ Symposium is Now Running!

The final Symposium in our Symposium Season offers a snapshot of constitutional law developments in various regions of the world: what has happened in the first half of the year and what is coming in the second half.

Go to the Blog Symposia tab to access the other 3 Symposia:

‘Membership and Exclusion’ Symposium (17-28 June)

‘Unwritten Constitutional Principles’ Symposium (27 May-12 June)

and ‘Crisis in Venezuela’ Symposium (29 April-22 May)


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A Blockbuster Symposium Season to Celebrate Our Re-Launch Anniversary

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To celebrate our one-year anniversary, and reflecting the Blog’s vibrancy and range of coverage, we are publishing 4 Blog Symposia back-to-back as a 'Symposium Season' from today until the end of July.

The Next IACL World Congress will be Johannesburg 2022!

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Did you know the next World Congress will be in Johannesburg on 5-9 December 2022? We'll keep you updated on news and updates as we receive them. Meanwhile, read more about the 2018 Congress below.

Symposium Post: Constitutional Developments in the Pacific

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In our latest symposium post, Anna Dziedzic discusses issues of sovereignty and self-determination, including the fundamental constitutional questions they raise, as common themes across the Pacific.

New Author Interview with former judge of the ECtHR Dragoljub Popović

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Former judge of the European Court of Human Rights Dragoljub Popović tells us about his new book (to be published in August 2019), Comparative Government in the Early Twenty-First Century.

Conference Report - ‘Cities in Federal Theory’ Workshop

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In this post, Erika Arban provides an overview of the workshop ‘Cities in Federal Theory’ which took place in Melbourne on 20-21 June 2019 focusing on the role and place of cities in federal constitutional theory.

The Next IACL Roundtable is in Cusco, Peru

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The next IACL-AIDC Roundtable will take place in Cusco, Peru on 24-26 October 2019, on the theme 'The Constitutional Challenges of Migration Processes'. Find the Programme and Call for Papers at the link below.


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