South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights

South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights

South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights is a commentary work available in print loose-leaf and online.

Detailed Information

  • Title: South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights
  • Author/Editor: H Cheadle & Dennis Davis
  • Publisher: LexisNexis South Africa
  • ISBN/ISSN: 060SACONLASYS
  • Format: Loose-leaf

South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights is a commentary work available in print loose-leaf and online.

The South African Bill of Rights is outward-looking and requires practitioners to refer to comparative jurisprudence. The judgments of the Constitutional Court abound with references to cases from such diverse legal systems as those of the United States of America, Canada, India, Germany, and the European Court of Human Rights.

Originally written by an eminent panel of jurists, legal practitioners and academics; South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights will keep you abreast of developments in international and South African constitutional law, by providing detailed commentary on the Bill of Rights. The publication is now regularly updated by Judge Davis and Professor Cheadle.

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