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The “Unconstitutional State of Affairs” in Brazil’s Prison System: The Enchantment of Legal Transplantation

[Editor’s Note: This is the second of two perspectives on an ongoing case in Brazil where the Supreme Federal Tribunal, in deciding a case relating to prison conditions, imported the unconstitutional state of affairs doctrine used by the Colombian Constitutional Court. An alternative analysis by Vanice Regina Lirio do Valle, published last Friday, can be

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Published on September 30, 2015
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An Unconstitutional State of Affairs in the Brazilian Prison System

[Editor’s Note: I•CONnect will present two perspectives on an important ongoing case in Brazil where the Supreme Federal Tribunal, in deciding a case relating to prison conditions, imported the unconstitutional state of affairs doctrine used by the Colombian Constitutional Court. An alternative analysis by Thiago Luís Sombra can be found here.] –Vanice Regina Lirio do

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Published on September 25, 2015
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Why Hong Kong’s Lawyers Marched

–Alyssa S. King and Alvin Y. H. Cheung On June 27, 2014, up to 1,800 of Hong Kong’s legal professionals, including barristers, who litigate in the courts, and solicitors, who handle all lay client-facing work, marched in silence across the city’s center – for the third time since China resumed sovereignty in 1997[i] – in

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Published on July 2, 2014
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