Adjudicating the Right to Participate in the Law-Making Process: A Tribute to Retired Chief Justice Ngcobo

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  • Elizabeth Brundige Cornell Law School

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25159/2522-6800/3914

Keywords:

the right to participate, constitutional democracy, lawmaking process, effective citizenship, dialogic engagement

Abstract

This is a personal tribute to the retired Chief Justice Ngcobo with a focus on two of his judgments dealing with the right to participate in the lawmaking process. It is written from a perspective of a former clerk reflecting on the deliberations Justice Ngcobo held with his clerks.

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Published

2018-08-06

How to Cite

Brundige, Elizabeth. 2018. “Adjudicating the Right to Participate in the Law-Making Process: A Tribute to Retired Chief Justice Ngcobo”. Southern African Public Law 32 (1&2):18 pages. https://doi.org/10.25159/2522-6800/3914.
Received 2018-02-14
Accepted 2018-02-14
Published 2018-08-06