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5.26.2010

2010 Annual Meeting of the Law & Society Association

The Comparative Constitutions Blog will be well represented this week at the Law and Society Association's Annual Meeting, held in Chicago's Renaissance Hotel.

Here is a quick reference guide for those attending what promises to be fascinating conference:

Tom Ginsburg

Chair/Discussant
Session: Constitutional Law and Judicial Review in Asia
Friday, May 28, 10:15am-12:00pm

Author: How Do International Human Rights Treaties Affect the Design of National Constitutions?
Session: Constitutional Convergence?
Friday, May 28, 8:15am-10:00am

Discussant
Session: How Law Matters (or Fails to Matter) in Unlikely Places
Friday, May 28, 4:30pm-6:15pm

Participant
Roundtable Discussion: Courts and the Rule of Law in Authoritarian Societies
Saturday, May 29, 4:30pm-6:15pm

Ran Hirschl

Participant
Roundtable Discussion: Emergency: Political Liberalism and the Legal Complex in the Post-Colony
Thursday, May 27, 2:30pm-4:15pm

Mark Kende

Chair
Roundtable Discussion: Courts and the Rule of Law in Authoritarian Societies
Saturday, May 29, 4:30pm-6:15pm

David Law

Author: The Global Convergence of Constitutional Rights: An Empirical Analysis
Session: Constitutional Convergence?
Friday, May 28, 8:15am-10:00am

Zachary Elkins

Author: How Do International Human Rights Treaties Affect the Design of National Constitutions?
Session: Constitutional Convergence?
Friday, May 28, 8:15am-10:00am

Rosalind Dixon

Author: Constitutional Cascades
Session: Constitutional Convergence?
Friday, May 28, 8:15am-10:00am

Javier Couso

Chair
Roundtable Discussion: The Production and Dissemination of Legal Knowledge
Saturday, May 29, 8:15am-10:00am

Author: The Role of Constitutional Theory in the Transformation of Chile's Constitutional Court
Session: Ideas in Action: Cultural-Ideational Forces and Court Reforms in Spain and Latin America
Sunday, May 30, 8:15am-10:00am

Claudia Haupt

Author: Animal Advocacy as Political Speech: A Comparative Perspective
Session: Animal Law: Theory and Context
Friday, May 28, 8:15am-10:00am

Richard Albert

Author: Constitutional Handcuffs
Session: New Perspectives on Comparative Constitutionalism
Saturday, May 29, 2:30pm-4:15pm

Chair/Discussant
Session: Constitutional Law: A Comparative View
Sun, May 30, 10:15am-12:00pm

For location and other information, please consult the searchable database available here.

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