Race, Caste and Law: Dalit and African American Responses to Legal Conservatism

As we continue to discuss the fundamental rights situation in the EU in our Verfassungsblog online symposion, we do keep an eye on law and politics in Germany – and on the world beyond our old world. I am currently in Cairo, to attend a conference on "International Law and the Periphery" where I already […]

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Case-Law adopted by China?

By RUIYI LI This post was originally posted on UK Constitutional Law Group’s Blog and his reposted here with thanks. On the 26th of November 2011, the Supreme People’s Court of China (SPCC) announced the first set of ‘guiding cases’: two civil law cases and two criminal cases.  This marks the establishment of the guiding cases […]

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