5 Int'l J. Const. L. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/injcl5 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME 5 - NUMBER 1  JANUARY 2007
I CON
International Journal of
Constitutional Law
Contents
Symposium
In honor of the late Louis Favoreu: France's exceptionalism
in constitutional review
1 The interesting times of Louis Favoreu
Cheryl Saunders
17 Hommage A Louis Favoreu
Burt Neuborne
28 The Conseil Constitutionnel confronted with comparative law and the
theory of constitutional justice (or Louis Favoreu's untenable paradoxes)
Dominique Rousseau
44 Constitutional courts versus supreme courts
Lech Garlicki
69 The politics of constitutional review in France and Europe
Alec Stone Sweet
Articles
93 The newest separation of powers: Semipresidentialism
Cindy Skach
122 Interpreting bills of rights: The value of a comparative approach
Jack Tsen-Ta Lee
Constitutional developments
153 United Kingdom: The Constitutional Reform Act 2005-defending
judicial independence the English way
Diana Woodhouse
Review essay
166 Desperately seeking Europe: On comparative methodology
and the conception of rights. A review essay on European and
U.S. Constitutionalism, ed. Georg Nolte. Cambridge University Press,
2005.
Daniel Halberstam

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