The law/politics distinction in contemporary public law adjudication /
- Publication info:
- Utrecht : Eleven International Pub., c2009.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- The law/politics distinction in contemporary public law adjudication / edited by Bogdan Iancu.
- Other Authors:
Utrecht : Eleven International Pub., 2009
- Variant Title:
- Law politics distinction in contemporary public law adjudication
- Physical Description:
vi, 211 p. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Table of Contents
- Law/politics distinctions - the elusive reference points / Bogdan Iancu
- Constitutions, constitutional courts, and constitutional interpretation at the interface of law and politics / Dieter Grimm
- The law/politics distinction in the experience of the European Court of Justice and the Supreme Court of Canada: a comparative study / Armand de Mestral and Jan A. Winter
- Judicialization and transnational governance: the example of WTO law and the GMO dispute / Christian Joerges
- The judicialized handling of global risk / Andras Sajo
- Myths of miscegenation. Should the concept of "reasonable accommodation" for subordinated groups and minorities be constitutionalized? / Roderick A. Macdonald and Thomas McMorrow
- The functions of law and lawyers in political and social yransformation processes / Bernd Ruthers
- Socialist law unaccounted / Andras Sajo
- Idealization, de-politicization and economic due process: system transition in the European Union / Alexander Somek
- On post-communist transformation, structural corruption and dealing with the past as constitutional process / Adam Czarnota
- Constitutionalism in perpetual transition: the case of Romania / Bogdan Iancu.