Blog of the International Journal of Constitutional Law

Category: education

  • Summer Programs in Comparative Constitutional Law

    As the summer season approaches, so too are deadlines for enrolling in summer law school programs.  For students interested in comparative constitutional law, here is a useful list of summer law school programs in comparative and international law.  Let me highlight just a few options for students: Howard University School of Law’s Comparative and International Law Program in South Africa, featuring a course taught by South African Constitutional Court Justice Albie Sachs William & Mary Law School’s Summer Law Program in Spain, which includes a course entitled Introduction to Civil Law and Comparative Constitutional Law Gonzaga University School of Law’s Florence Summer Law Program, where Amy Kelley will teach a course on comparative rights and governmental structure Widener University School of Law’s Nairobi Institute, whose flagship offering is a course in comparative constitutional law Southwestern Law School’s Vancouver Summer Law Institute, in which I will offer a course in comparative constitutional law.

  • Israel’s equality in education

    Equality in education continues to be a main issue in the ongoing political and culture wars within Israeli society. On August 6, the Supreme Court of Israel, seating as High Court of Justice released an important ruling in a case dealing with a clash between the right to sectarian autonomy in education, and equality rights.