The Indiana Journal of Constitutional Design is the first journal devoted specifically to the emerging field of constitutional design. This new field examines the ways in which basic legal ordering (the law that creates the fundamental power structures of a given country) shapes and is shaped by political, economic, and cultural conditions. The approach is fundamentally interdisciplinary and comparative, seeking understanding of the kinds of legal arrangements that have failed or succeeded in different contexts and why. The Journal will publish a range of different materials, including not only traditional articles and student notes, but also taxonomies of design options on particular subjects, explorations of specific drafting issues in particular countries, and reflections by those with experience in constitutional drafting and design. The goal of the Journal is to help develop this emerging field by providing information and ideas to both scholars and practitioners of constitutional drafting.
Current Volume: Volume 3 (2018)Current Volume: Volume 3
Legislative Committee Systems: A Design Perspective