The Constitutional Transitions Clinic has released three more reports: “Combating Corruption: Constitutional Frameworks for the Middle East and North Africa"; “Decentralization in Unitary States: Constitutional Frameworks for the Middle East and North Africa”; and “Oil and Natural Gas: Constitutional Frameworks for the Middle East and North Africa”.
Constitutional Transitions ran the Constitutional Transitions Clinic at the New York University School of Law from 2012 through 2014, which provided “back office” research support to constitutional advisors in the field, and deployed faculty experts and field researchers for support on the ground. We met field missions’ needs for comprehensive research, dramatically enhancing their effectiveness and efficiency in their role as policy advisors and actors. The Constitutional Transitions Clinic's client was International IDEA.
The Constitutional Transitions Clinic has published six reports, translated into Arabic, jointly with International IDEA, and (for three reports) the United Nations Development Programme. The other three reports are “Constitutional Courts after the Arab Spring: Appointment Mechanisms and Relative Judicial Independence”; “Political Party Finance Regulation: Constitutional reform After the Arab Spring”; and “Semi-Presidentialism as Power Sharing: Constitutional reform After the Arab Spring”.
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