2022 Global Review of Constitutional Law

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When we created the Global Review of Constitutional Law in 2016, our aspiration was tomake the world smaller and more familiar, by making the high court case law of the jurisdictions of the world available in English. Seven years later, we continue to make the world smaller, and hope to make it ever more in the years ahead. This edition of the Global Review is special for two reasons. First, it marks the second year of our new relationship with our publisher, Edizioni Università di Trieste (EUT), an outstanding academic press that has partnered with us to produce this magnificent resource for constitutional scholars around the world. Second, we have a new co-editor on the team: Giulia Andrade, a scholar and attorney in Brazil. Giulia brings an abundance of academic experience, complemented by her practical experience as a lawyer. We are grateful to have her on the team, and we look forward to many years together with her in this global collaboration. As always, the principal purpose of the Global Review remains the same this year: to offer readers systemic knowledge about jurisdiction-specific constitutional law that has previously been limited mainly to local networks rather than a broader readership. The Global Review has been useful to judges, academics, elected and appointed officials, and also to laypersons and beyond.

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    2022 Global Review of Constitutional Law
    (2023)
    Albert, Richard
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    Landau, David
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    FARAGUNA, PIETRO
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    Andrade, Giulia
    When we created the Global Review of Constitutional Law in 2016, our aspiration was tomake the world smaller and more familiar, by making the high court case law of the jurisdictions of the world available in English. Seven years later, we continue to make the world smaller, and hope to make it ever more in the years ahead. This edition of the Global Review is special for two reasons. First, it marks the second year of our new relationship with our publisher, Edizioni Università di Trieste (EUT), an outstanding academic press that has partnered with us to produce this magnificent resource for constitutional scholars around the world. Second, we have a new co-editor on the team: Giulia Andrade, a scholar and attorney in Brazil. Giulia brings an abundance of academic experience, complemented by her practical experience as a lawyer. We are grateful to have her on the team, and we look forward to many years together with her in this global collaboration. As always, the principal purpose of the Global Review remains the same this year: to offer readers systemic knowledge about jurisdiction-specific constitutional law that has previously been limited mainly to local networks rather than a broader readership. The Global Review has been useful to judges, academics, elected and appointed officials, and also to laypersons and beyond.
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