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Author Interview: Tom Ginsburg and Aziz Huq on Saving Democracy
In our latest author interview, Tom Ginsburg and Aziz Huq tell us about their long-awaited book, due out on 5 October, examining threats to US democracy on the basis of wide-ranging comparative analysis
New Post: Appointing Judges in the ‘Age of Trump’
Marco Antoni Simonelli writes on possible reforms to US Supreme Court appointments, arguing that the main goal of any reform should be to provide a check on the power of the ruling party to select judges.
Réforme Constitutionnelle au Maroc: La Commission Consultative
En deux parties, le professeur Abdelaziz Lamghari Moubarrad écrit à propos de la Commission Consultative de Révision de la Constitution au Maroc dans l’oeuvre d’élaboration de la Constitution de 2011
New Post: Whatever Happened to Socialist Law?
Socialist law was supposed to have died in the early 1990s. Yet it lives on in a changed form. Will Partlett in an overview post introduces us to a fascinating new edited collection on the subject.
Profile: The Australian Association of Constitutional Law (AACL)
The Australian Association of Constitutional Law (AACL) was formed in 1998, and today is a dynamic forum for scholars, practitioners and students of constitutional law throughout Australia, as well as from other countries.
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