STU WOOLMAN

Constitutional Law of South Africa Constitutional Law of South Africa (2nd Edition, 2014) - This internationally acclaimed five volume work is the only full blown treatise on the subject. And there's a reason why it's Editor-in-Chief and primary author, as an individual, and the work as a whole has garnered more citations by the Constitutional Court than other authors and works: Many of the 77 chapters are critical monograph length treatments of their subject that cannot be found anywhere else. The Selfless Constitution The Selfless Constitution: Experimentalism and Flourishing as Foundations of South Africa's Basic Law (2013) - South Africa's first monograph to advance a full-blown preferred reading of the entire Constitution, and traverses current debates in neuroscience, consciousness studies, empirical philosophy, social capital sociology, behavioral economics, choice architecture, development theory, capabilities politics, African moral thought and experimental democratic governance to ensure that the cogency of it's conclusions.
The Dignity Jurisprudence of South Africa's Constitutional Court The Dignity Jurisprudence of South Africa's Constitutional Court (2013) - This two volume, multi-authored work provides readers with critical and competing commentary on this signally important area of constitutional law and culls the case law in a manner that provides readers with access to it's central features. The Constitution in the Classroom The Constitution in the Classroom: Education and the Law in South Africa, 1994 - 2008 (2009) - The first book to assess how the law has shaped a panoply of contested educational issues through empirical studies, history, political science jurisprudence and various forms of grounded theory.
The Business of Sustainable Development in Africa The Business of Sustainable Development in Africa (2009) - This United Nations Development Programme sponsored, and Hindiggh-Currie winner for best book explores how human rights, public- private partnerships and alternative business models can be employed to solve creatively the poly centric problems that often prevent disadvantaged communities from breaking out of the poverty trap. Is This Seat Taken? Is This Seat Taken? Conversations at the Bar, the Bench and in the Academy about the South African Constitution (2012) - This set of colloquies pushes the boundaries with respect to the problems, and potential solutions, thrown up by our Basic Law.
Constitutional Conversations? Constitutional Conversations (2008) - Rare and respectful exchanges between Constitutional Court justices, public interest lawyers and international and domestic scholars on a range of issues that lie at the core of South Africa's constitutional democracy.

MICHAEL BISHOP

A Transformative Justice: Essays in Honor of Chief Justice Pius Langa A Transformative Justice: Essays in Honor of Chief Justice Pius Langa(2015) - This work invites judges and academics to reflect on the core concerns of the Constitutional Court's most humble of Chief Justices. Constitutional Law of South Africa Constitutional Law of South Africa (2nd Edition, 2014) - Managing Editor of this five volume treatise on the subject.
Is This Seat Taken? Constitutional Conversations (2008) - Rare and respectful exchanges between Constitutional Court justices, public interest lawyers and international and domestic scholars on a range of issues that lie at the core of South Africa's constitutional democracy.

DAVID BILCHITZ

Poverty and Fundamental Rights Poverty and Fundamental Rights (2006) - This work addresses the pressing issue of severe poverty and inequality. To that end, it contends that violations of socio-economic rights should be treated with the same level of urgency as violations of civil and political rights. It argues that a modified version of the ‘minimum core’ content approach ought to be adopted in legal doctrine, generally, and South African socioeconomic rights jurisprudence in particular. This approach demands priority be given to the worst off in society and requires concrete steps to be taken towards realizing a higher level of provision that guarantees individuals the necessary conditions for achieving a wide range of purposes. It makes a compelling case through a cogent mix of political philosophy, constitutional jurisprudence and policy analysis. Constitutional Law of South Africa Human Rights Obligations of Business (2015) - In recent years, the UN Human Rights Council has approved the ‘Respect, Protect and Remedy’ Framework and endorsed the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. These developments have been welcomed widely, but do they adequately address the challenges concerning the human rights obligations of business? This multi-author volume engages critically with these important developments. The chapters revolve around four key issues: the process and methodology adopted; the source and justification of corporate human rights obligations; the nature and extent of such obligations; and the implementation and enforcement thereof. While highlighting several shortcomings of the framework, the contributing authors outline a vision in which companies have obligations to society that go beyond the responsibility to respect human rights.
Is This Seat Taken? Is This Seat Taken? Conversations at the Bar, the Bench and in the Academy about the South African Constitution (2012) - This set of colloquies pushes the boundaries with respect to the problems, and potential solutions, thrown up by our Basic Law.

CORA HOEXTER

Administrative Law Administrative Law (3rd Edition, 2014) - The leading administrative law scholar in South Africa answers every question that might have troubled academics and practitioners in this crucial, central and complex body of public law, surprises its readers with questions that they might not have considered and provides a carefully constructed rubric through which to understand issues that will not yet have arisen. The Judiciary The Judiciary (2015) - This book tackles questions often over looked by legal academics focused on the decisions rendered by the courts and less inclined to reflect on how this institution actually functions. It thereby helps to explain why courts render the verdicts that they do.

FRANZISKA SUCKER

International Economic Law and African Development Ebook International Economic Law and African Development Ebook (2014) - International Economic Law and African Development discusses international perspectives on African law and economic development in the light of broader globalisation imperatives. It is the third in what can loosely be described as a series on Africa and gobalisation by the Mandela Institute, the first two being Laurence Boulle (ed) Globalisation and Governance and Emmanuel T Laryea, Nokuhle Madolo and Franziska Sucker (eds) International Economic Law – Voices of Africa. International Economic Law: Voices of Africa International Economic Law: Voices of Africa (2012) - To take Africa from the edge to the centre of the global economy, it is important to engage African voices into policy discussions on the global political economy. The nature and content of international economic law, and its understanding and use by stakeholders on, and for, the continent, are critical to harnessing the available resources for sustained growth and development of the continent's economies. This book examines themes dealing with cross-border trade, investment and development.
Freiheit - Sicherheit - Öffentlichkeit Freiheit - Sicherheit - Öffentlichkeit (2008) - Die Assistententagung widmete sich 2008 unter dem Titel „Freiheit – Sicherheit – Öffentlichkeit“ einem Thema, das gehaltvolle und relevante Beiträge zu einer hochaktuellen Fragestellung erwarten lässt. Die Rechtswissenschaft begreift Freiheit und Sicherheit klassischerweise als Spannungsverhältnis. Insbesondere im rechtspolitischen Diskurs wird dieses oftmals als ein bipolares Verhältnis verstanden, wonach Gewinne auf der einen Seite regelmäßig zu Verlusten auf der anderen führen.

JASON BRICKHILL

Poverty and Fundamental Rights Constitutional Litigation (2014) - The Legal Resources Centre's Director of Constitutional Litigation Unit provides unique insight into how constitutional cases are best constructed, and without promises, most likely won. Poverty and Fundamental Rights The Constitutional Law Casebook - consists of approximately fifty case extracts from significant judgments handed down by South African courts. The majority of the cases discussed are decisions of the Constitutional Court, although some extracts are from significant decisions of the Supreme Court of Appeal.