Constitutional Law of South Africa

This 76-chapter work covers every dimension of court practice, institutional constitutional law and all of the procedural and substantive provisions of the Bill of Rights. Written by local and international constitutional law experts, Constitutional Law of South Africa takes the reader beyond the black-letter law by offering complete reconstructions of legal doctrine, alternative readings of constitutional provisions, and practical criticism of judgments and legislation. As a result, CLoSA is the most widely cited work on South African constitutional law.
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