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EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS EDITORS arthur j. jacobson is the Max Freund Professor of Litigation and Advocacy at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York. His work in legal theory focuses on the dynamic aspects of jurisprudence . He has edited and written Justice and the Legal System: A Coursebook with Anthony D’Amato, and is Supplement Editor for Corbin on Contracts with Lawrence A. Cunningham. He edits State Limited Partnership Laws and State Limited Liability Company and Partnership Laws with Michael Bamberger. bernhard schlink is professor of public law and legal philosophy at the Humboldt University in Berlin. He is the author of Abwägung im Verfassungsrecht and Die Amtshilfe. Ein Beitrag zu einer Lehre von der Gewaltenteilung in der Verwaltung. Together with Bodo Piroth, he is the author of the Grundrechte . Staatsrecht II. He is a justice of the Constitutional Court for the State of North-Rhine-Westphalia, in Münster. CONTRIBUTORS peter c. caldwell is assistant professor of history at Rice University, Houston. He is the author of Theory and Practice of the Weimar Constitution and has edited From Liberal Democracy to Fascism: Political and Legal Thought in the Weimar Republic, with William Scheuerman. stephen cloyd holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Rochester. His dissertation is titled Weimar Republicanism: Political Sociology and Constitutional Law in Weimar Germany 1919–1933. 391 392 EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS belinda cooper is senior fellow at the World Policy Institute of the New School for Social Research. She has edited War Crimes: The Legacy of Nuremberg and an issue of the Cardozo Women’s Law Journal devoted to Women and Law in Germany Since Unification. david dyzenhaus is associate professor of law and philosophy at the University of Toronto. His Hard Cases in Wicked Legal Systems is a study of the Apartheid legal system in South Africa. He has also published Truth’s Revenge : Carl Schmitt, Hans Kelsen, and Hermann Heller in Weimar. He has edited and written, with Arthur Ripstein, Morality and the Law: Readings in the Philosophy of Law. stephan hemetsberger is assistant professor of public law at the University of Vienna and Secretary at the Austrian Administrative Court. clemens jabloner is president of the Austrian Administrative Court and director of the Hans-Kelsen Institute. stefan korioth is professor of constitutional law, history of the constitution , and general theory of the state at Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University in Greifswald. reinhard mehring is a research associate [wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter] at the Institut für Philosophie at Humboldt University in Berlin. He is the author of Pathetisches Denken: Carl Schmitts Denkweg and Carl Schmitt zur Einführung. He has also written Heideggers Überlieferungsgeschick and Aufsätze zu Carl Schmitt und zum neueren politischen Denken in Deutschland. volker neumann is professor of public and social law at the University of Rostock. He is the author ofDer Staat im Bürgerkrieg: Kontinuität und Wandlung des Staatsbegriffs in der politischen Theorie Carl Schmitts and Freiheitsgefährdung im kooperativen Sozialstaat. walter pauly is professor of public law, legal and constitutional history , and philosophy of law at the Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena. He is the author of Anfechtbarkeit und Verbindlichkeit von Weisungen in der Bundesauftragsverwaltung and Der Methodenwandel im deutschen Spätkonstitutionalismus . ralf poscher is a research associate in the Institute for Public Law and National Law at Humboldt University in Berlin. christoph schoenberger was visiting professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York, in 1992–93, and has taught law at Humboldt University since. He is the author of Das Parlament im Anstaltsstaat: Zur Theorie parlamentarischer Repräsentation in der Staatsrechtslehre des Kaiserreichs (1871–1918). ...


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