Fascinating developments in the USSC on the extent to which foreign law is relevant and welcome.
This week’s New Yorker has a feature on Justice Kennedy: see “How Anthony Kennedy’s passion for foreign law could change the Supreme Court”
The basic debate between the isolationist wing of the court (Nino Scalia) and Kennedy, Breyer and Ginsburg is sketched out well in
A good scholarly analysis is found in Professor Anderson’s paper at
and the fuller analysis from SSRN at
Given that section 1 of the Canadian Charter compels the examination of foreign law, and that . . . [more]