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Constitutional Law of South Africa
2nd Edition

Volumes I, II, III & IV



Editors:
S Woolman (Editor-in-Chief)
M Bishop (Managing Editor)

Published:
Published since 2002

ISBN:
9780702173080

Format:
Loose-leaf

Pages
Approx. 4600 pages


Welcome to the Constitutional Law of South Africa (CLoSA)

The 75 chapter work covers every dimension of court practice, institutional constitutional law and all of the operational provisions and the substantive provisions of the Bill of Rights.

 


 

About the publication

Constitutional Law of South Africa is the most widely cited treatise on South African constitutional law.  One reason for its stature is that this four-volume, 75 chapter work covers every dimension of court practice, institutional constitutional law and all of the operational provisions and the substantive provisions of the Bill of Rights. However, what really distinguishes Constitutional Law of South Africa from other commentaries is its sustained engagement with its subject matter.


Fills a unique space in the South African legal field

Constitutional Law of South Africa takes its readers beyond the black letter law. It offers complete reconstructions of legal doctrine, provides alternative readings of constitutional provisions, and proffers appropriate criticism of the judiciary’s decisions and the legislature’s enactments. Constitutional Law of South Africa achieves these ends through comprehensive treatment of the case law and relevant statutes; a thorough review of the secondary literature; and the ability to draw, where appropriate, on relevant foreign and international jurisprudence. Constitutional Law of South Africa fills a unique space in the South African legal academy and the profession.


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