Book review: Advanced Introduction to Comparative Constitutional Law.

Authors

  • Ainhoa Martinez

Keywords:

Constitutional Law, History, Constitutional Review, Rights, Government

Abstract

Tushnet presents a thoughtful introduction to the field of comparative constitutional law through a review of recent literature and an analysis of the key contemporary issues in constitutional design and structure. In the following lines a review of his book is presented.

Book review of Mark Tushnet. Advanced Introduction to Comparative Constitutional Law. Cheltenham; Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014. ISBN (Hb) 978 1 78100 731 0 £58.50, ISBN (Pb) 978 1 78347 351 9 £12.76.

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Author Biography

Ainhoa Martinez

Intern at the Office of the Basque Government in Chile, Peru and Colombia - Area of institutional relations, public policy and human rights (Spain-Colombia, present).
Peacebuilder Fellow on water conflicts - Center for Conflict Studies at Middlebury College (USA, 2014).
Coordinator at Amnesty International (Spain, 2011-204).
Certificate in humanitarian action, human rights and posconflict - Universidad Pontificia Javeriana (Colombia, 2016).
Cathedra in The Peace Agreements of La Havanna - Colombian Center for Memory, Peace and Reconciliation (Colombia, 2016).
Internationa M.A. in Sociology of Law - Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law and the University of the Basque Country (Spain, 2015).
LLB in Public Law - University of Deusto (Spain, 2014).
Human Rights Specialization at the Human Rights School of China University of Political Science and Law (China, 2012).

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Published

12-12-2016

How to Cite

Martinez, A. (2016) “Book review: Advanced Introduction to Comparative Constitutional Law”., Oñati Socio-Legal Series, 6(5), pp. 1187–1192. Available at: https://opo.iisj.net/index.php/osls/article/view/770 (Accessed: 5 December 2021).