Comparative Judicial Systems Supplementary Materials
(1) Klebba, “Comparative Civil Procedure: The Civil Law and Anglo-American Common Law” published in Pravni Zivot IV pp. 1143-1150, Belgrade, 2004.
(2) Merryman and Kaplan excerpts from “Western European and Latin American Legal Systems” p. 660-669.
(3) American Law Institute Principles and Rules of Transnational Civil Procedure (2004) (excerpt).
(4) Marcus, PUTTING AMERICAN PROCEDURAL EXCEPTIONALISM INTO A GLOBALIZED CONTEXT, 58 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 709-40 (2005).
(5) Klebba, James M., CONFLICT AND COOPERATION IN THE FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM, Acta Facultatis 35 Politico-Juridicae Universitaties Budapestinensis 67 (1997) (The Case or Controversy Requirement).
(6) Dodson and Klebba, Global Civil Procedure Trends in the Twenty-First Century, 34 Boston College International and Comparative Law Review, 1-26 (2011).
(7) Utter and Lundsgaard, Comparative Aspects of Judicial Review: Issues Facing the new European States 77 Judicature No. 5 (1994) (short article – there is a longer article by the same authors).
(8) Garlicki, CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS VERSUS SUPREME COURTS, 5 International Journal of Constitutional Law, 44-68 (2007).
(9) Marbury v. Madison summary.
(10) Mink, Andras, Hungary: Interview with Laszlo Solyom, President of the Hungarian Constitutional Court, East European Constitutional Review, Winter 1997, 72, 80 (1997).
(11) Hungary: The New Constitutional Court Act - Diritti Comparati (2011).
(12) Scheppele, "How to Evade the Constitution: The Case of the Hungarian Constitutional Court's Decision on the Judicial Retirement Age," Eutopia Law (2012).
(13) Utter, J. Robert F., and Lundsgaard, David C., long version, JUDICIAL REVIEW IN THE NEW NATIONS OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: SOME THOUGHTS FROM A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE, 54 Ohio St. L. J. 559 (1993).
(14) Gero, THE ROLE OF THE HUNGARIAN CONSTITUTIONAL COURT, Insitute on East Central Europe (1997).
(15) Constitutional Court of Hungary, Wikipedia (2014).
(16) Hungary's Controversial Constitutional Changes (2013).
(17) Scott Carlson, Judicial Reform: Re-Examining Basic Assumptions (2002).
(18) On the Constitutional Court (Hungary).
(19) Francois Touret De Couey, “The French Justice System”
(20) 2 handouts on “Ordinary French Courts” and “French Administrative Courts”
(21) Lasser, Judicial Deliberations: A Comparative Analysis of Judicial Transparency and Legitimacy, pp. 1-10 (2004).