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Landmark ECtHR ruling on Crucifix in the Italian Classroom

While many observers have been focusing on pertinent developments in Egypt, the world of constitutional law marches on. Earlier today (March 18), the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights delivered its ruling in Lautsi v. Italy (case no. 30814/06) – arguably one of the most significant rulings in the ECtHR’s history pertaining

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Published on March 18, 2011
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Awards, New Books, and a Book Series

Several recent awards, new books, and a new book series on comparative constitutional law & policy might be of interest to this blog’s readers. First, Sanford Levinson, one of the most influential, prolific and thoughtful scholars of American constitutional law, won the APSA’s Law & Courts Section Lifetime Achievement Award. Professor Levinson’s work on constitutional

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Published on September 12, 2010
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