Judicial Review and the Constitution

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  • Author : University of Cambridge. Centre for Public Law
  • Publisher : Hart Publishing
  • Pages : 442 pages
  • ISBN : 1841131059
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Judicial Review of Legislation

Judicial Review of Legislation
  • Author : Gerhard van der Schyff
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 16 June 2010
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Constitutionalism is the permanent quest to control state power, of which the judicial review of legislation is a prime example. Although the judicial review of legislation is increasingly common in modern societies, it is not a finished project. This device still raises questions as to whether judicial review is justified, and how it may be structured. Yet, judicial review’s justification and its scope are seldom addressed in the same study, thereby making for an inconvenient divorce of these two

Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments

Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments
  • Author : Kemal Gözler
  • Publisher : Kemal Gözler
  • Release : 16 June 2021
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This monograph is an attempt to answer the following questions: Can constitutional courts review the constitutionality of constitutional amendments? If yes, to what extent? It is endeavored, in a comparative perspective, to answer these questions by examining the constitutions of several countries and the case law of the Austrian, German, Hungarian, Romanian, Slovenian and Turkish Constitutional Courts, French Constitutional Council, Indian, Irish, and the United States Supreme Courts.

Judicial Review and the Law of the Constitution

Judicial Review and the Law of the Constitution
  • Author : Sylvia Snowiss
  • Publisher : Yale University Press
  • Release : 01 January 1990
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In this book, the author presents a new interpretation of the origin of judicial review. She traces the development of judicial review from American independence through the tenure of John Marshall as Chief Justice, showing that Marshall's role was far more innovative and decisive than has yet been recognized. According to the author all support for judicial review before Marshall contemplated a fundamentally different practice from that which we know today. Marshall did not simply reinforce or extend ideas already

Rights Emergencies and Judicial Review

Rights  Emergencies  and Judicial Review
  • Author : Imtiaz Omar
  • Publisher : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
  • Release : 24 April 1996
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This book makes a significant contribution to the understanding of issues of comparative constitutionalism in emergent politics. Recurrent states of emergency in Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh provide the background for a comparative examination of constitutional emergency powers, individual rights, and judicial review. This work examines the extent to which the Court in these countries has performed its expected role, identifies problems in approaches to interpretation which have been adopted, and suggests alternatives to constitutional interpretation and judicial review. The

Weak Courts Strong Rights

Weak Courts  Strong Rights
  • Author : Mark Tushnet
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 09 August 2009
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Unlike many other countries, the United States has few constitutional guarantees of social welfare rights such as income, housing, or healthcare. In part this is because many Americans believe that the courts cannot possibly enforce such guarantees. However, recent innovations in constitutional design in other countries suggest that such rights can be judicially enforced--not by increasing the power of the courts but by decreasing it. In Weak Courts, Strong Rights, Mark Tushnet uses a comparative legal perspective to show how

The Influence of American Theories of Judicial Review on Nordic Constitutional Law

The Influence of American Theories of Judicial Review on Nordic Constitutional Law
  • Author : Ragnhildur Helgadóttir
  • Publisher : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
  • Release : 16 June 2021
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This study examines the influence of American law and theories of judicial review on the development, practice and theorization of judicial review in Norway, Denmark, and Iceland from the 19th century to the present. The study describes how Nordic scholars in the late 19th century rationalized judicial review based on American theory and how American law influenced both their views of the institution and their way of thinking about substantive constitutional rights. These views in turn influenced Nordic jurisprudence for

Judicial Review in Mexico

Judicial Review in Mexico
  • Author : Richard D. Baker
  • Publisher : University of Texas Press
  • Release : 02 January 2015
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The amparo suit is a Mexican legal institution similar in its effects to such Anglo-American procedures as habeas corpus, error, and the various forms of injunctive relief. It has undergone a long evolution since it was incorporated into the Constitution of 1857. Today, its principal purpose is to protect private individuals in the enjoyment of the rights guaranteed by the first twenty-nine articles of the Constitution. Mexico after its independence produced many constitutions. One of the earliest problems was to find

Constitutional Interpretation

Constitutional Interpretation
  • Author : Keith E. Whittington
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 16 June 1999
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Constitutional interpretation -- The dilemmas of contemporary constitutional theory -- The authority of originalism and the nature of the written Constitution -- A defense of originalism and the written Constitution -- Popular sovereignty and originalism -- The nature and limits of originalist jurisprudence.

Democratizing Constitutional Law

Democratizing Constitutional Law
  • Author : Thomas Bustamante,Bernardo Gonçalves Fernandes
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 19 April 2016
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This volume critically discusses the relationship between democracy and constitutionalism. It does so with a view to respond to objections raised by legal and political philosophers who are sceptical of judicial review based on the assumption that judicial review is an undemocratic institution. The book builds on earlier literature on the moral justification of the authority of constitutional courts, and on the current attempts to develop a system on “weak judicial review”. Although different in their approach, the chapters all

The History and Growth of Judicial Review Volume 1

The History and Growth of Judicial Review  Volume 1
  • Author : Steven Gow Calabresi
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 13 April 2021
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This two-volume set examines the origins and growth of judicial review in the key G-20 constitutional democracies, which include the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, India, Canada, Australia, South Korea, Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia, Mexico, and the European Union, as well as Israel. The volumes consider five different theories, which help to explain the origins of judicial review, and identify which theories apply best in the various countries discussed. They consider not only what gives rise

The People Themselves

The People Themselves
  • Author : Larry D. Kramer,Larry Kramer
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 16 June 2021
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In this groundbreaking interpretation of America's founding and of its entire system of judicial review, Larry Kramer reveals that the colonists fought for and created a very different system--and held a very different understanding of citizenship--than Americans believe to be the norm today. "Popular sovereignty" was not just some historical abstraction, and the notion of "the people" was more than a flip rhetorical device invoked on the campaign trail. Questions of constitutional meaning provoked vigorous public debate and the actions