This chapter analyzes the jurisprudential application of the equality clause as a constitutional right and proposes a test of reasonableness and compares this clause with those in American and European jurisprudences.
This book is an unprecedented effort of analyzing the role of rights within the global social justice movement, combining empirical investigation and innovative socio-legal theories on a variety of themes, from indigenous rights to the World Social Forum and global labor rights campaigns.
Freedom of Press and Fundamental Human Rights: An Analysis of the Constitutional System of Law in Colombia (1992 – 2005)
This book offers an exploration of the collision of freedom of press and human rights. The authors examine the scope of freedom of press in Colombia, asking what law should prevail when freedom of information is faced by needs for confidentiality.
Between ‘el Perdón’ and ‘el Paredón’: International Standards and Transitional processes in Colombia
This chapter gives a detailed recount of international jurisprudence and the limitations that it imposes, as well as the possibilities it offers to the countries in transition.
This book’s objective is to complete a comprehensive presentation of the role of a judge as “director” or “manager” during the judicial process.
One could say that comparative jurisprudence is any kind of work in which international general jurisprudence is broken into pieces to articulate a national, regional, tribal or otherwise group-base experience with rather abstract ideas. This strategy, then, would lead to the juxtaposition of a national, regional or group adjective and the very word "jurisprudence".
The book contains the text of the Colombian political Constitution, commented edition, including the relevant doctrine and jurisprudence on each of the articles. The original texts upon which Legis has done successive updates were elaborated by Catalina Botero.