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Stephen Gardbaum

MacArthur Foundation Professor of International Justice and Human Rights

Stephen Gardbaum B.A. Oxford, 1980
C.P.E. College of Law, London, 1981
M.Sc. Sociology and Politics, University of London, 1985
Ph.D. Political Theory, Columbia, 1989
J.D. Yale, 1990
UCLA Faculty Since 1998
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The New Commonwealth Model of Constitutionalism: Theory and Practice. Cambridge University Press (2013). Abstract

La Estructura Comparativa de los Derechos Constitucionales. Collection of articles translated from English by Natalia Bernal Cano, European Research Center of Comparative Law (2012).

Articles and Chapters

Proportionality and Democratic Constitutionalism, in Proportionality and the Rule of Law: Rights, Justification, Reasoning (edited by Grant Huscroft, Bradley Miller and Grégoire Webber, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2014). Full Text

The Case for the New Commonwealth Model of Constitutionalism, 14 German Law Journal 2229 (2013). Full Text

Private Actors and Constitutional Rights, in Israeli Constitutional Law in the Making (edited by Gideon Sapir, Daphne Barak-Erez and Aharon Barak, Hart Publishing, 2013).

The Place of Constitutional Law in the Legal System, in Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law (edited by Michel Rosenfeld and Andras Sajo, Oxford University Press, 2012). Full Text

The Comparative Structure and Scope of Constitutional Rights, in Research Handbook in Comparative Constitutional Law (edited by Rosalind Dixon and Tom Ginsburg, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011). Full Text

How Successful and Distinctive is the Human Rights Act? An Expatriate Comparatist's Assessment, 74 Modern Law Review 195 (2011).

Reassessing the New Commonwealth Model of Constitutionalism, 8 International Journal of Constitutional Law 167 (2010). Full Text

A Democratic Defense of Constitutional Balancing, 4 Law & Ethics of Human Rights 78 (2010). Full Text

Human Rights and International Constitutionalism, in Ruling the World? Constitutionalism, International Law and Global Government (edited by Jeff Dunoff and Joel Trachtman, Cambridge University Press, 2009). Full Text

The Myth and the Reality of American Constitutional Exceptionalism, 107 Michigan Law Review 391 (2008). Full Text

Human Rights as International Constitutional Rights, 19 European Journal of International Law 749 (2008). Full Text

A Reply to “The Right of Reply”, 76 George Washington Law Review 1065 (2008).

Limiting Constitutional Rights, 54 UCLA Law Review 789-854 (2007). Full Text

State and Comparative Constitutional Law Perspectives on a Possible Post-Roe World, 51 St. Louis University Law Journal 685 (2007). Full Text

The Breadth versus the Depth of Congress’s Commerce Power, in Federal Preemption: States' Powers, National Interests (edited by Richard Epstein and Michael Greve, AEI Press, 2007). Full Text

Where the (State) Action Is, 4 International Journal of Constitutional Law 760-79 (2006). Full Text

Congress’s Power to Preempt the States, 33 Pepperdine Law Review 100-130 (2005). Full Text

The “Horizontal Effect” of Constitutional Rights, 102 Michigan Law Review 388-459 (2003). Full Text

The New Commonwealth Model of Constitutionalism, 49 American Journal of Comparative Law 707-60 (2001). Full Text

Law, Incommensurability, and Expression, 146 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1687-1700 (1998). Full Text

The Federalism Implications of Flores, 39 William & Mary Law Review 665-88 (1998). Full Text

New Deal Constitutionalism and the Unshackling of the States, 64 University of Chicago Law Review 483-566 (1997). Full Text

Liberalism, Autonomy, and Moral Conflict, 48 Stanford Law Review 385-417 (1996). Full Text

Rethinking Constitutional Federalism, 74 Texas Law Review 795-838 (1996). Full Text

The Nature of Preemption, 79 Cornell Law Review 767-815 (1994). Full Text

Broadcasting, Democracy, and the Market, 82 Georgetown Law Journal 373-96 (1993). Full Text

Law, Politics, and the Claims of Community, 90 Michigan Law Review 685-760 (1992). Full Text

Why the Liberal State Can Promote Moral Ideals After All, 104 Harvard Law Review 1350-371 (1991). Full Text


Empire Rises, Balkinization symposium on Bruce Ackerman's The Decline and Fall of the American Republic, Balkin.Blogspot.com (October 16, 2010). Full Text

Book Review, 112 Ethics 838-41 (2002). Reviewing Constitutional Revolutions:  Pragmatism and the Role of Judicial Review in American Constitutionalism, by Robert J. Lipkin.

Preemption, in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution 2nd ed. (edited by Leonard W. Levy, Ken Karst, et al., Macmillan, 2000).

Contributor, Recent Developments in U.S. Constitutional Law, Revue française de Droit constitutionnel (1999-present).