—Richard Albert, William Stamps Farish Professor of Law, The University of Texas at Austin
We are once again inviting our readers to express an interest in reviewing books in public law here at I-CONnect. The list of books we have received at I-CONnect for this purpose is available below.
- Antonia Baraggia, Ordinamenti giuridici a confronto nell’era della crisi (G. Giappichelli Editore 2017)
- Adelle Blackett, Everyday Transgressions: Domestic Workers’ Transnational Challenge to International Labor Law (Cornell 2019)
- Giacomo Delledone & Giuseppe Martinico (eds.), The Canadian Contribution to a Comparative Law of Secession (Palgrave 2019)
- Rosalind Dixon (ed.), Australian Constitutional Values (Hart 2018)
- Luisa Fernanda Garcia (ed.), Justicia y democracia (Universidad del Rosario 2017)
- Giuseppe Franco Ferrari, Reijer Passchier & Wim Voermans (eds.), The Dutch Constitution Beyond 200 Years (Eleven International 2018)
- Devesh Kapur & Madhav Khosla (eds.), Regulation in India: Design, Capacity, Performance (Hart 2019)
- Mariana Mota Prado & Michael J. Trebilcock, Institutional Bypasses: A Strategy to Promote Reforms for Development (Cambridge 2018)
- Arthur Peltomaa, Understanding Unconstitutionality: How a Country Lost its Way (Teja 2018)
- Patricia Popelier & Maja Sahadžić (eds.), Constitutional Asymmetry in Multinational Federalism (Palgrave 2019)
- Eneida Desiree Salgado, Reforma Politica (Editora Contracorrente 2018)
- Alain Supiot & Sitharamam Kakarala (eds.), La loi de la langue: Dialogue euro-indien (Schulthess 2017)
Please email my colleague Trish Do by April 15, 2019, if you would like to review one of these books. A confirmation will follow. Preference will be given to early-career scholars and first-time I-CONnect contributors.