Blog of the International Journal of Constitutional Law

The Constitution of Kosovo and Appointing Judges

One of the benefits of being a law professor in Washington, D.C. is that you have the chance to talk to the many interesting people who happen to be passing through town. For someone interested in comparative constitutional law in particular, this can be quite helpful, as your lunch companions can be valuable sources of information about constitutional developments around the world.

Many months ago, I met with someone who had worked on the creation of the Constitution of Kosovo. I learned from her of an intriguing part of the new constitution,


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