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Invitation from I-CONnect — Books for Review

Richard Albert, William Stamps Farish Professor in Law and Professor of Government, The University of Texas at Austin

We are once again inviting our readers to express an interest in reviewing public law books here at I-CONnect.

We are pleased to promote new books to our readers in this forum. We welcome books from all scholars and publishers. We especially value the opportunity to showcase books from women and early-career scholars.

Here, below, is the list of books we have most recently received at I-CONnect for this purpose.

  1. Jorge L. Esquirol, Ruling the Law: Legitimacy and Failure in Latin American Legal Systems (Cambridge 2019)
  2. Maria Adele Carrai, Sovereignty in China: A Genealogy of a Concept Since 1840 (Cambridge 2019)
  3. Milton Cesar Jimenez Ramirez et al., La garantía judicial de la constitución (Universidad de Caldas 2017)
  4. Carlos Closa et al., Between Democracy and Law: The Amorality of Secession (Routledge 2019)
  5. Todd A. Eisenstadt et al., Constituents Before Assembly: Participation, Deliberation, and Representation in the Crafting of New Constitutions (Cambridge 2019)
  6. Jody Heymann et al., Advancing Equality: How Constitutional Rights Can Make a Difference Worldwide (UC Press 2020)
  7. Marie Seong-Hak Kim, Constitutional Transition and the Travail of Judges: The Courts of South Korea (Cambridge 2019)
  8. Dimitry Kochenov, Citizenship (MIT 2019)
  9. Ernest Lim, A Case for Shareholders’ Fiduciary Duties in Common Law Asia (Cambridge 2019)
  10. Florian Matthey-Prakash, The Right to Education in India: The Importance of Enforceability of a Fundamental Right (Oxford 2019)
  11. Tamir Moustafa, Constituting Religion: Islam, Liberal Rights, and the Malaysian State (Cambridge 2018)
  12. Luke Nottage et al., ASEAN Consumer Law Harmonisation and Cooperation: Achievements and Challenges (August 2019)
  13. Gerald N. Rosenberg et al., A Qualified Hope: The Indian Supreme Court and Progressive Social Change (Cambridge 2019)
  14. Carol S. Steiker and Jordan M. Steiker, Comparative Capital Punishment (Edward Elgar 2019)
  15. Riaz Tejani, Law and Society Today (UC Press 2019)
  16. Nicolò Zanon and Giada Ragone, The Dissenting Opinion: Selected Essays (Giuffrè Francis Lefebvre 2019)

Please complete this questionnaire by February 9 if you would like to review one of these books. The questionnaire is available here. confirmation will follow. Preference will be given to early-career scholars and first-time I-CONnect contributors.


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