Items where Author is "Abeyratne, Rehan"

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Abeyratne, Rehan and Misri, Didon (2018) Separation of powers and the potential for constitutional dialogue in India. Journal of International and Comparative Law, 5 (2). pp. 363-386. ISSN 2313-3775

Abeyratne, Rehan (2016) Al Maqaleh and the diminishing reach of Habeas Corpus. Nebraska Law Review, 95. pp. 146-193. ISSN 00479209

Abeyratne, Rehan (2015) Rethinking judicial independence in India and Sri Lanka. Asian Journal of Comparative Law, 10 (1). pp. 99-135. ISSN 19320205

Abeyratne, Rehan and Sinha, Nilesh (2014) Insular and inconsistent: India's Naz Foundation judgment in comparative perspective. The Yale Journal of International Law Online, 39. pp. 74-86. ISSN 0889-7743

Abeyratne, Rehan and Jain, Dipika (2014) Socioeconomic rights in the Indian constitution: toward a broader conception of legitimacy. Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 39 (1): 1. pp. 1-71. ISSN 0740-4824

Abeyratne, Rehan and Jain, Dipika (2012) Domestic violence legislation in India: the pitfalls of a human rights approach to gender equality. Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law, 21 (2): 4. pp. 1-46.

Abeyratne, Rehan (2012) Superior responsibility and the principle of legality at the ECC. The George Washington International Law Review, 44 (1). pp. 39-78. ISSN 1534-9977

Book Section

Abeyratne, Rehan (2016) Asia as a laboratory for the superior responsibility doctrine. In: Trials for international crimes in Asia. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 226-253. ISBN 9781107104655

Abeyratne, Rehan (2015) Centralising authority: comparing executive power in India and Sri Lanka. In: Reforming Sri Lankan presidentialism: Provenance, problems and prospects. Centre for Policy Alternatives, New Delhi, pp. 779-807. ISBN 9789554746367

Abeyratne, Rehan (2015) How to write a more effective memorial or written submission. In: Moot Courts and Mooting. Eastern Book Company, New Delhi, pp. 67-103. ISBN 9789351455154


Abeyratne, Rehan (2013) Socioeconomic rights and constitutional legitimacy in India. International Journal of Constitutional Law.

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