Kadijustiz in Turkish Constitutional Adjudication: Islamic Law as an Aversive Model?

Professor Kim Lane Scheppele has convincingly drawn attention to the fact that most legal scholarship on citations of foreign law by supreme or constitutional courts tends to focus on citations of “positive” models, that is, models to which the jurisdiction citing them aspires.[1]  Professor Scheppele pluralizes the universe of citations by adding the “aversive” category, … Continue reading Kadijustiz in Turkish Constitutional Adjudication: Islamic Law as an Aversive Model?