Dr. Rhonda Evans
Department of Government
University of Texas at Austin
Board of Directors
Dr. Simone Benevuti, University of Rome, Italy, email@example.com
Dr. Walter Carnota, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Rachel Ellett, Beloit College, USA, email@example.com
Dr. Jodi Finkel, Loyola Maramount University, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dante Gatmaytan, University of the Philippines, The Philippines, email@example.com
Mark Rush, Washington and Lee University, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Dagmar Soennecken, York University, Canada, email@example.com
Lydia Tiede, University of Houston, USA, lbtiede@Central.UH.EDU
Michael Tolley, Northeastern University, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alexei Trochev, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan, email@example.com
Recognised as research committee in 1973.
Aims to promote the comparative study of judicial processes. This entails analyses of the various components of these processes: the legal profession, the judiciary, courts (as institutions), legal doctrines, legal cultures; and how these components relate to other po-litical institutions and political systems such as executives, legislatures, political parties, constitutions, federalism, political culture.
The ultimate aim is to enhance knowledge of the common and disparate factors among the judicial/political systems of the countries of the world.