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Book Review: Karin Loevy on Jocelyn Stacey’s The Constitution of the Environmental Emergency

[Editor’s Note: In this installment of I•CONnect’s Book Review Series, Karin Loevy reviews Jocelyn Stacey, The Constitution of the Environmental Emergency (Hart 2018).] —Karin Loevy, NYU School of Law Jocelyn Stacey’s book, The Constitution of the Environmental Emergency, is an ambitious and original project in the intersection between emergency powers theory and environmental law. It suggests that

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Published on January 10, 2019
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Developments in Spanish Constitutional Law: The Year 2015 in Review

[Editor’s Note: This is the ninth installment in our Year-in-Review series. We welcome similar reports from scholars around the world on their own jurisdictions for publication on I-CONnect. Earlier year-in-review reports have been published on Italy, the Slovak Republic, Romania, Belgium, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Lithuania and Indonesia. As we have done in the past, we extend our sincere thanks to our contributors for how

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Published on December 1, 2016
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Conference Report–International Symposium on “Constitutionalism under Extreme Conditions,” University of Haifa

–Maja Sahadžić, University of Antwerp On July 18-19 2016, the University of Haifa hosted the International Symposium “Constitutionalism under Extreme Conditions” organized by the Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions at the University of Haifa and Boston College Law School under the auspices of the Israeli Association of Public Law. The

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Published on August 19, 2016
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The Emergency Constitution of Greece: Ideal on Paper, Inefficient in Reality

—Antonios Kouroutakis, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Wars, social unrest, and armed coups in 20th century Greece informed the drafters of the 1975 Greek Constitution on the issue of emergency.[1] De lege lata, the emergency toolbox of Greece, provides policymakers with a plethora of options to address emergency situations.[2] Constitutional provisions and ordinary legislation cover

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Published on March 30, 2016
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Facing l’etat d’exception: The Greek Crisis Jurisprudence

—Christina M. Akrivopoulou, Adjunct Lecturer, Democritus University of Thrace Greek courts have only recently attempted to control the Memoranda entered into between the Greek state and the European Union and IMF, which impose austerity measures on the country. This judicial self-restraint has mainly been due to the extreme severity of the financial crisis. In theory,

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Published on July 11, 2013
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