Linda Greenhouse, Pullitzer Prize winning reporter, New York Times
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Report of the 2007 Annual Lecture in Law and Society, delivered by Cass Sunstein.
Conflict between the judges and government is built into the very concept of the judicial protection of human rights.
There are significant lessons to be learned about relations between the Court and Congress from this analysis of the past dozen years.
The principle of independence of the judiciary, while fundamental to a society based on the rule of law, is sometimes used to preclude the evaluation of courts.
Report and critical analysis of the inaugural workshop in our 'Courts and the Making of Public Policy' programme
Quite where the boundaries of justifiable judicial social policymaking lie will depend on one’s own understanding of the nature and value of democracy.
What role could judicial review play in situations of dishonest corporatism?
The rise of populism in Eastern Europe has had a significant effect on the rule of law, and the reaction of the judiciary to the changing political environment has been...
The 1960s was a decade of racial progress in the US, but also of anger that not more was achieved.
A brief foray into comparative and transnational law finds the debate about abortion in courts, legislatures, and intergovernmental bodies around the world.