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Volume 1, Issue 3

Articles

Incomplete Revolutions and Not So Alien Transplants: The Japanese Constitution and Human Rights (PDF)

Sylvia Brown Hamano

415

Islamic and American Constitutional Law: Borrowing Possibilities Or a History of Borrowing? (PDF)

Azizah Y. al-Hibri

492

Growing Constitutions (PDF)

Ruth Gordon

528

Ambivalent Resistance and Comparative Constitutionalism: Opening up the Conversation on “Proportionality,” Rights and Federalism (PDF)

Vicki C. Jackson

583
Commentaries

Invidious Comparisons: Some Cautionary Remarks on the Process of Constitutional Borrowing (PDF)

Seth F. Kreimer

640

Contextuality and Universality: Constitutional Borrowings on the Global Stage - The Hungarian View (PDF)

Imre Voros

651
Student Comment

Opting for Death: State Responses to the AEDPA’s Opt-In Provisions and the Need for a Right to Post-Conviction Counsel (PDF)

Alexander Rundlet

661

 

Volume 1, Issue 2

Symposium Issue: Contextuality and Universality: Constitutional Borrowings on the Global Stage

FOREWORD (PDF)

Beatrice M. Schaffrath

173
Articles

The Effect of Constitutional Borrowings on the Drafting of South Africa’s Bill of Rights and Interpretation of Human Rights Provisions (PDF)

Jeremy Sarkin

176

The Constitutional Court of South Africa: Rights Interpretation and Comparative Constitutional Law (PDF)

Hoyt Webb

205

The Deadweight of Formulae: What Might Have Been the Second Germanization of American Equal Protection Review (PDF)

Alexander Somek

284

Returning with Interest: Observations on Some Putative Benefits of Studying Comparative Constitutional Law (PDF)

Mark Tushnet

325
Commentary

Can Constitutional Borrowing be Justified? A Comment on Tushnet (PDF)

Matthew D. Adler

350
Student Comments

Velayat-E Faqih in the Constitution of Iran: The Implementation of Theocracy (PDF)

Neil Shevlin

358

Constitutional Conflict with the Japanese Imperial Role: Accession, Yasukuni Shrine, and Obligatory Reformation (PDF)

Noah Berlin

383

 

Volume 1, Issue 1

Articles

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act is Unconstitutional, Period (PDF)

Marci A. Hamilton

1

The Measuring Stick of Regulatory Takings: A Biological and Cultural Analysis (PDF)

Raymond R. Coletta

20

Accommodating Outness: Hurley, Free Speech, and Gay and Lesbian Equality (PDF)

Darren Lenard Hutchinson

85
Comments

What Does It Mean to See a Black Church Burning? Understanding the Significance of Constitutionalizing Hate Speech (PDF)

Michele M. SimmsParris

127

Single-Sex Public Education: Equality Versus Choice (PDF)

Tara Boland

154
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