The Editorial Board of the Journal of Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law [“CALJ”], is pleased to invite manuscripts (articles, notes, case reviews and book reviews) for publication in the next issue of their Journal, Volume VI, Issue II. CALJ is published under the supervision of Prof. (Dr.) IP Massey,Read More →

(Last updated December 16, 2021 by daily) HARARE – Any attempt to seize the bulletproof car that supporters of the MDC Alliance want to buy for their leader Nelson Chamisa will be illegal and constitute an abuse of power, legal experts have warned. Chamisa’s supporters were urged to raise USRead More →

Hyderabad: Mahindra University Law School hosted a constitutional law webinar on the topic: 72 Years of Constitutional Democracy: Merits and Cons. On the occasion of the 72nd day of the Constitution. Judge B Chandrakumar, retired judge of the High Court of the PA and Professor (Dr) Inukonda Thirumali, renowned academician,Read More →

Medical entities that depend on Medicare or Medicaid funding, and companies with more than 100 employees now tasked with ensuring all their employees are vaccinated against Covid-19, are now trying to figure out how to move forward. The new federal rules even include fines for companies failing to complete theRead More →

IE 11 is not supported. For the best experience, visit our site on a different browser. FOLLOWING “It’s a huge American problem”: executive director of When We All Vote on voting rights 05:03 “Get your children vaccinated”: Dr Juan Salazar on the wave of covid in children 04:13 “All roadsRead More →

At uchicago.edu Buddhists have played an important role in constitutional law and politics, according to a new interdisciplinary course from the University of Chicago. Consisting of a seminar as well as a series of workshops, “Buddhism and Comparative Constitutional Law” was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic and wasRead More →

The legality of Florida’s ban on “vaccine passports” remains in dispute, as more than 100 businesses, sites and local governments are under state investigation as potential violators. What would you like to know State’s “vaccine passport” ban prohibits companies from requiring customers to show proof of vaccination The Florida DepartmentRead More →

The Center for Constitutional Law and Governance (CCLG), RGNUL in collaboration with Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), RGNUL organized an online conference on “Historical Study of Child Rights Legislation in India” on 2n/a October 2021. The conference was given by Shri Priyank Kanoongo, President, National Commission for the Protection ofRead More →

About the Colloquium The Maharashtra National Law University in Mumbai is collaborating with the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka and the Institute of Indian Law, New Delhi to host the South Asian Research Colloquium on Constitutional Law 2021-22. The theme of this year’s research colloquium is South Asian Constitutionalism, CrisisRead More →

(Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images) If Supreme Court justices don’t want to be seen as “partisan hacks,” they shouldn’t act like them. … [Justice Amy Coney] Barrett’s protest against the judges being considered “partisan hacks” rings hollow when that is what they have become. And it is laughable to sayRead More →

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Almost 24 hours after Texas Fetal Heart Rate Law came into effect, US Supreme Court rejected urgent request for intervention by abortion service providers and rights activists to abortion. In the 5-4 decision that divided the nation’s highest court, Justice Alito wrote for the majority: “The claimantsRead More →

(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) – The Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions, Kentucky’s free market think tank, welcomes Luke Milligan, JD, professor of constitutional law at the University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law, to as a new member of its Council of Scholars. A lawyer specializing in constitutional law, privacy andRead More →

The 2nd Virtual Professor Shah Alam Moot Court Competition in Constitutional Law organized by Empowerment through Law of the Common People (ELCOP) was held from June 24-27. A total of 26 teams representing different universities in Bangladesh participated in this virtual moot court competition. The event kicked off on JuneRead More →

Bombay (Maharashtra) [India]June 23 (ANI/BusinessWire India): SVKM’s NMIMS, reputed to be a university, one of India’s leading educational institutions with a 40-year legacy of academic excellence, has introduced criminal law as a new majoring in his Master of Laws (LL.M.) at Kirit P. Mehta School of Law (KPMSOL) in Mumbai.Read More →

Did Florida State University’s Presidential Search Committee Violate Government Laws in Sunny Florida? This is a question raised after the state university system board member Alan Levin initially expressed concerns about potential interference with the process, which sparked a review of the search committee’s discussions last Saturday. To the constitutionalRead More →

A few weeks ago, voters in Georgia and across the United States elected a class of US Senators who left the country’s smallest legislative chamber equally between Democrats / Independents and Republicans. With Vice President Kamala Harris able to sever ties in favor of the Democratic caucus, operational control ofRead More →

NEW DELHI: Former Indian attorney general and veteran lawyer Soli Sorabjee died on Friday morning at the age of 91. According to family sources, he died of complications from COVID-19. The seasoned lawyer was born in 1930 in Bombay. The 91-year-old constitutional law expert was recently infected with COVID-19, familyRead More →

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW The committee decided on Tuesday that the European Union’s €750 billion Recovery and Resilience Instrument should be backed by a two-thirds majority rather than a simple majority in Finland’s parliament, reports Helsingin Sanomat. The committee made its decision after assessing whether participation in the instrument signals aRead More →

In an interview Monday on Boston Public Radio, constitutional law expert Laurence Tribe said the upcoming Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump would be “completely devastating for the country to watch” and predicted that a handful of Republican Trump supporters in the Senate would be “shaken” by aRead More →

The province has the power to limit non-essential travel to British Columbia and could advocate to restrict other types of travel if they pose a risk to British Columbians, a constitutional law professor has said. The province has the power to limit non-essential travel to British Columbia and could advocateRead More →

KALAMAZOO, Michigan – House Democrats introduced an impeachment article Tuesday accusing President Donald Trump of “inciting insurgency.” The move follows last week’s deadly riot on the United States Capitol and alleges Trump has “endangered” the country. “What the House has done here is a real gunshot,” said Devin Schindler. “ItRead More →

DENVER (CBS4) – While many wonder if Twitter’s indefinite suspension of President Donald Trump’s account was ethically correct, social media and legal experts say Twitter legally cut the president off their platform. Some Republicans have accused the social media giant of suppressing conservative voices and ideologies in favor of promotingRead More →

Absentee votes were counted in Philadelphia the day after the 2020 presidential election.(CNN) NEW ORLEANS, La. (WVUE) – A day after Election Day, President Donald Trumped asked the courts to halt vote counting in some battleground states while his Democratic challenger, the former vice- President Joe Biden, was trying toRead More →

An Introduction to Constitutional Law: 100 Supreme Court Decisions Everyone Should Know came out a year ago. Randy and I threw the book at Georgetown University Law Center on Constitution Day, rightly so. We are proud to report that we have sold 16,779 paperback copies, including 10,431 on Amazon. WeRead More →

Dr. Sarah Fulham-McQuillan Dr. Sarah Fulham-McQuillanassistant professor at UCD Sutherland School of Lawexamines the legal basis for mandatory vaccinations against COVID-19. Promising results from COVID-19 vaccine trials emerged last month amid growing concern that close contacts of coronavirus patients were not participating in testing. If a viable COVID-19 vaccine isRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The actions of federal law enforcement officers during protests in Oregon’s largest city, carried out without the consent of local officials, raise the prospect of a constitutional crisis — a crisis that could worsen as weeks of protests find renewed interest in clashes with camouflaged andRead More →

TOP LINEPresident Trump spent part of his daily White House briefing on the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic accusing Democrats of blocking his judicial nominations and threatened to adjourn both houses of Congress to make vacation nominations, referring to an executive branch that does not grant him as broad an authority asRead More →

Benjamin Eidelson, an expert in constitutional law and legal theory, joined the Harvard Law School faculty as an assistant professor, effective July 1. Trained in both law and philosophy, Eidelson specializes in issues at the intersection of the two disciplines. Her work explores the interplay of legal doctrines and moralRead More →

The practical importance of constitutional law is evident in media coverage of burning issues such as health care, gun control, ballot access, abortion, and same-sex marriage, all recent (and possibly future) of deliberation and binding decision by the United States Supreme Court. In the introduction to their new book, UnitedRead More →