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Arguments that work : strategies, contexts and limits in constitutional litigation / Renáta Uitz (ed.).

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2013
Copyright date:
2013
Publication:
The Hague, The Netherlands : Eleven International Publishing, [2013]
Copyright notice:
©2013
Format:
  • Book
  • vii, 201 pages ; 25 cm
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • The political construction of human rights in the United States / Terri Peretti
  • The post-9/11 role of the US Supreme Court / Steven R. Shapiro
  • Little Sisters v. Big Brother : a behind-the-scenes account of a constitutional case involving censorship by Canada customs and a gay and lesbian bookstore / Joseph J. Arvay
  • Hate speech litigation in Russia / Anita Soboleva
  • Reflection on Employment Division v. Smith and Boerne v. Flores and the relationship between the legal academy and the United States Supreme Court / Marci A. Hamilton
  • Judicial appointments to Supreme Courts and constitutional courts : what do we see and what are we fated to miss? / Renáta Uitz
  • Impossible arguments / Zoltán Fleck
  • Taking the skeleton out of the closet : the story of the assessors' case that rebuilt the Polish justice system / Adam Bodnar.
Contributor:
Uitz, Renáta editor of compilation.
Series:
Issues in constitutional law ; 7
Issues in constitutional law v. 7.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9789490947897
949094789X

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