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Globalization, Human Rights, and American Public Law Scholarship - A Comment on Robert Post
Theoretical Inquiries in Law (2010)
  • Aeyal M. Gross, Tel Aviv University
Abstract

Robert Post's work in constitutional theory is engaging in an exceptional way: it always forces one to rethink and reconsider the basic tenets of the field. In his article The Challenge of Globalization to American Public Law Scholarship, Post discusses American public law and human rights scholarship in the age of globalization. In this comment, I will make a few remarks on some of the points raised in the article.

Publication Date
February 23, 2010
Citation Information
Aeyal M. Gross. "Globalization, Human Rights, and American Public Law Scholarship - A Comment on Robert Post" Theoretical Inquiries in Law Vol. 2 Iss. 1 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/aeyal_gross/1/