Leading a Constitutional Court: Perspectives from the Federal Republic of Germany

  • PETER E. QUINT
  • Published 2006

Abstract

In order to make sense of any sort of comparison, there must ordinarily be some degree of similarity among the things that are to be compared. In comparative constitutional law, for example, it seems clear that a basic similarity in underlying principles—a common acceptance of what German constitutional law calls the “free democratic basic order”—is a… (More)

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@inproceedings{QUINT2006LeadingAC, title={Leading a Constitutional Court: Perspectives from the Federal Republic of Germany}, author={PETER E. QUINT}, year={2006} }