use of foreign court rulings bibliography
DLaycock at law.utexas.edu
Mon Apr 11 20:01:51 PDT 2005
My colleague Sarah Cleveland ( scleveland at law.utexas.edu ) has an excellent piece forthcoming on this topic in the Yale International Law Journal.
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From: conlawprof-bounces at lists.ucla.edu on behalf of jay krishnan
Sent: Mon 4/11/2005 9:51 PM
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Subject: use of foreign court rulings bibliography
Dear Colleagues -
I am trying to put together a reading list (articles, books, essays) that
focuses on the specific topic of whether U.S. courts should be relying on
foreign court rulings when interpreting the American Constitution. Of
course, Justices Breyer and Scalia recently debated this issue, but I know
the subject has been discussed in the literature for some years (see e.g.,
Professor Tushnet's very nice 1998 article in the U.Penn Journal of
I'd be grateful for any sources list-members might be able to provide.
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