—Richard Albert, Professor of World Constitutions and Director of Constitutional Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
Last year, the first edition of the International Review of Constitutional Reform (ISBN: 978-1-7374527-0-6) was published in open access. The IRCR is the first global scholarly effort to gather jurisdictional reports on all forms of constitutional revision around the world over the past year. Each report is authored by scholars and/or judges. The reports explain and contextualize events in constitutional reform in a given jurisdiction.
We are currently accepting expressions of interest from scholars and/or judges who wish to contribute a report to the next edition of the IRCR. Should you wish to join the team, please register your interest here by January 24, 2022.
Reports will be due by May 1, 2022. The co-editors will send detailed instructions for writing and submitting reports. The instructions will include a template for how to structure your report and what to include in it.
The IRCR is a joint initiative of the Constitutional Studies Program at the University of Texas at Austin and the International Forum on the Future of Constitutionalism. The book is co-edited by Justice Prof. Dr. Luís Roberto Barroso and me, along with an outstanding team of Associate Editors: Giulia Andrade, Elisa Boaventura, Bruno Cunha, Matheus Depieri, and Júlia Frade.