Comparative Constitutional Law

A Contextual Approach

Stephen Ross, Helen Irving, Heinz Klug
eISBN-13: 9780327191551

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Comparative Constitutional Law: A Contextual Approach is an innovative new casebook that explores major differences in constitutional law by providing a rich array of narrative materials and cases which examine the context in which constitutional debates arise in Australia, Canada, South Africa, and the United States. We identify differences in the origin of political and legal institutions, dominant cultural values, and the effect of the age of a constitution, including path dependence, on each country's constitutional jurisprudence. The subject-specific chapters build to a concluding chapter providing students with abundant materials to assess the role of courts in protecting governmental systems and rights.

Sold By Carolina Academic Press
ISBNs 9780327191551, 0327191554
Publish Year 2014
Language English
Number of Pages 834