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Repugnant Laws: Judicial Review of Acts of Congress from the Founding to the Present-Keith Whittington

A hun­dred years ago there were se­ri­ous and live­ly de­bates over wheth­er courts should even have the pow­er to strike down acts of elected leg­is­la­tures. Those de­bates are large­ly in the past. Courts now rou­tine­ly, al­most cas­u­al­ly, in­val­i­date leg­is­la­tion. But the re­ac­tion ju­di­cial re­view now pro­vokes is ra­ther dif­fer­ent. Few ar­gue that judges should aban­don the pow­er to re­view and in­val­i­date the de­lib­er­ate acts of oth­er gov­ern­ment of­fi­cials.

CYBERCRIME, ORGANIZED CRIME, AND SOCIETAL RESPONSES: INTERNATIONAL APPROACHES-Emilio C. Viano (editor)

The second part explores illegal trafficking of people, drugs, and other illicit goods as a global phenomenon, aided by the ease of international travel, funds transfer, and communication. Finally, international approaches to crime detection prevention are presented. The work provides case studies and fieldwork that will be relevant across a variety of disciplines and a rich resource for future research.

Rule by Law: Tom Ginsburg

Edition: 2008 Rule by Law: The Politics of Courts in Authoritarian Regimes   Introduction Of judges and generals: security courts under authoritarian regimes in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile Administrative law and judicial […]