Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Professor Rogoff Publishes New Book on French Constitutional Law

French Constitutional Law: Cases and Materials is a new book published by University of Maine School of Law professor, Martin A. Rogoff. In this book, Professor Rogoff analyzes the decisions of the Constitutional Council and Council of State, significant laws, important reports, and a variety of French legal writings (many translated into English for the first time). These materials are accompanied by commentary, notes, and readings from secondary sources, including a generous sampling of extracts from historical and philosophical texts, to permit an understanding of the French constitutional system in context. The aim of the book is to present French constitutional law from a French perspective to understand how the French think about constitutional law and its practice.

Please contact the Circulation Department if you would like to check this book out.

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