Human Rights and Constitutional Rights: Harmony and Dissonance. (Symposium on Treaties, Enforcement, And U.S. Sovereignty)
Stanford Law Review 2003, May, 55, 5
Stanford Law School
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INTRODUCTION Two leading systems exist today for protecting the fundamental rights of individuals: constitutional law and human rights law. Both systems assert an ultimate authority to evaluate whether governmental practices comply with fundamental rights, and each system sits potentially in judgment over the other.
- Category: Law
- Published: May 01, 2003
- Publisher: Stanford Law School
- Seller: The Gale Group, Inc.
- Print Length: 71 Pages
- Language: English
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