In the era of “global constitutionalism” and an ever-growing judicial dialogue, accessibility of Constitutional and Supreme Courts’ case law is a serious issue for legal scholars. This is not only due to linguistic barriers. In 2015, the Italian Constitutional Court issued 276 decisions. Although the most important ones have been officially translated , the international readership would probably be disoriented in front of such a vast amount of judicial material. This report is offered a first-aid resource for public lawyers interested in an overview of the Italian Constitutional Court’s case law. Hopefully, this research tool will help facilitate the ongoing development, beyond the so-called judicial dialogue, of a dialogue within the “community of constitutional interpreters” in the Häberlian sense.
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2016|
- Giustizia costituzionale