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Conrado Mendes, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Sao Paulo
Conrado Hubner Mendes is Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Sao Paulo (USP). He holds a PhD in legal theory at the University of Edinburgh and a PhD in political science at the University of Sao Paulo (USP).
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Political deliberation and collective decision-making 2. Political deliberation and legal decision-making 3. Political deliberation and constitutional scrutiny 4. Deliberative performance of constitutional courts 5. The ethics of political deliberation 6. Institutional design: augmenting deliberative potential 7. The legal backdrop of constitutional scrutiny 8. The political circumstances of constitutional scrutiny 9. No heroic court, no heroic judges