Stephen Ellmann is a Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Faculty Development at New York Law School.
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In a book which offers a unique range of perspectives on the development of South Africa's Interim and final Constitutions, scholars, practising lawyers, members of the judiciary and the Human Rights Commission, and political leaders illuminate the many issues of process, substance and context presented by the Constitutions. Essays on process make clear the challenges and the triumphs of South Africa's constitutional rebirth.
"This book helps us to understand more fully how our Constitution was created, and why it took the form it did."