Human Rights and Judicial Review: A Comparative Perspective
"Human Rights and Judicial Review: A Comparative Perspective" collects, in one volume, a basic description of the most important principles and methods of analysis followed by the major Courts enforcing constitutional Bills of Rights around the world. The Courts include the Supreme Courts of Japan, India, Canada and the United States, the Constitutional Courts of Germany and Italy and the European Court of Human Rights. Each chapter is devoted to an analysis of the substantive jurisprudence developed by these Courts to determine whether a challenged law is constitutional or not, and is written by members of these Courts who have had a prior academic career. The book highlights the similarities and differences in the analytical methods used by these courts in determining whether or not someone's constitutional rights have been violated. Students and scholars of constitutional law and human rights, judges and advocates engaged in constitutional litigation will find the book a unique and valuable resource.
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Judicial Review by the Supreme Court of Canada Under
Human Rights and Constitutional Review in Japan
The Jurisprudence of Human Rights
Methods and Criteria of Judgement on the Question of Rights
Human Rights and Judicial Review in Germany
The European Court
When Rights Lose their Meaning
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