21 August 2013

JOURNAL: German Law Journal

The new issue of the German Law Journal, Review of Developments in German, European and International Jurisprudence is now available at www.germanlawjournal.com.



The new issue is an international and comparative Symposium on Constitutional Reasoning, which brings together an impressive and inspiring international group of scholars in constitutional law, comparative law, legal theory and legal philosophy. The Symposium, as highlighted by the author of the introduction, the President of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, Professor Andreas Vosskuhle, is both timely and on the cutting edge of comparative constitutionalism, as it illustrates the relevance of contextualized and historically informed comparative jurisprudence. Such scholarship navigates the boundaries between adjudication and comparative constitutional theory and further informs the fast growing and increasingly global practice and discourse on judicial dialogue.




Special Issue—Constitutional Reasoning


Special Issue Editors


Arthur Dyevre & András Jakab

Introduction

Part A: Political Theory and Constitutional Reasoning

Part B: Technique, Doctrine and Internal Logic of Constitutional Reasoning

Judicial Reasoning in Constitutional Courts: A European Perspective PDF - András Jakab
Clarifying, Creating, and Changing Meaning in Constitutional Interpretation: A Comment on András Jakab, “Constitutional Reasoning in Constitutional Courts—A European Perspective.” PDF - Jeffrey Goldsworthy
The Impact of Legal Systems on Constitutional Interpretation: A Comparative Analysis: The U.S. Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional Court PDF - Mher Arshakyan
Which Kind of Discretion in Constitutional Adjudication? A Discussion of Mher Arshakyan’s The Impact of Legal Systems on Constitutional Interpretation: A Comparative Analysis: The U.S. Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional Court PDF - Federico José Arena
Dissenting Opinions in Constitutional Courts PDF - Katalin Kelemen
Comment on Katalin Kelemen—Activist EU Court “Feeds” on the Existing Ban on Dissenting Opinions: Lifting the Ban is Likely to Improve the Quality of EU Judgments PDF - Hjalte Rasmussen & Louise Nan Rasmussen
How to Compare the Length of Lines to the Weight of Stones: Balancing and the Resolution of Value Conflicts in Constitutional Law PDF - Niels Petersen
On Apples and Oranges. Comment on Niels Petersen PDF - Martin Borowski
The Logic of Proportionality: Reasoning with Non-Numerical Magnitudes PDF - Giovanni Sartor
Remarks on Giovanni Sartor’s Paper, The Logic of Proportionality: Reasoning with Non-Numerical Magnitudes PDF - Wojciech Załuski
Constitutional Reasoning as Legitimacy of Constitutional Comparison PDF - Konrad Lachmayer
Constitutional Reasoning As Legitimacy of Constitutional Comparison: Comment on Konrad Lachmayer PDF - Cheryl Saunders

Part C: Case Studies

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