Professor Wojciech Sadurski

LLM DrJuris (Warsaw)
Challis Chair in Jurisprudence

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Wojciech Sadurski is Challis Professor in Jurisprudence. He also holds a position of Professor in the Centre for Europe in the University of Warsaw, and was visiting professor (in 2010, 2011 and 2012) at the University of Trento, Italy and in Cardozo Law School in New York. In 2013/2014 he is Straus Fellow and Global Visiting Professor of Law at New York University Law School.

He was Professor of Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law in the Department of Law, European University Institute in Florence (1999-2009), and served as head of department of Law at the EUI in 2003-2006. He also taught as visiting professor at a number of universities in Europe, Asia and the United States. He has written extensively on philosophy of law, political philosophy and comparative constitutional law.

Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (elected in 1990), Wojciech Sadurski is member of a number of supervisory or program boards, including the Institute of Public Affairs (Poland), Freedom of Press Observatory (Poland) and the Centre for International Affairs (Poland), and also of editorial boards, including the European Law Journal, Politics, Philosophy and Economics, and Law and Philosophy Library (Springer Scientific). Since 2011, Chairman of the Academic Advisory Board of the Community of Democracies. In 2013, he initiated and has been leading the Myanmar Constitutional Reform Project.

Research interests

  • Jurisprudence
  • Legal theory
  • Philosophy of law
  • Political philosophy (especially: liberal political philosophy and theory of justice)
  • Constitutional theory
  • Comparative Constitutionalism
  • Constitutionalism of Central and Eastern Europe

Teaching and supervision

  • Philosophy of Law
  • Constitutional Theory
  • Rights, Morality and Law
  • Freedom of Speech; Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives


Doctoral Supervision (PhD theses already defended):

  • Mathias Möschel, The Relevance of Critical Race Theory to Europe (European University Institute, Florence 2011)
  • Uladzislau Belavusau, Freedom of Expression: A Comparative Study between Europe and the United States (European University Institute, Florence 2011)
  • Anna Jaron, The Evolution of Socio-Economic Constitutional Rights Conceptions in the Context of Democratisation Processes: The Case of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia (European University Institute, Florence 2010)
  • Darinka Piqani, Supremacy of EU Law and the Jurisprudence of Constitutional Reservations in Central Eastern Europe and the Western Balkans: Towards a ?Holistic? Constitutionalism (European University Institute, Florence 2010)
  • Anna Jaron, The Evolution of Socio-Economic Constitutional Rights Conceptions in the Context of Democratisation Processes: The Case of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia (European University Institute, Florence 2010)
  • Armen Mazmanyan, Choosing an optimal design for constitutional judicial review in transitions: a perspective of democratic consolidation and rule of law (European University Institute, Florence 2009)
  • Channa Samkalden, Believing in secular states: Freedom of religion and separation of state and religion as legal concepts in Europe (European University Institute, Florence 2009)
  • Estelle Wurtzbacher, La liberté d'expression face aux nouvelles technologies de la communication: une approche comparée France-Etats-Unis (European University Institute, Florence; 2007)
  • Georg Someregger, A Contribution to a Theory of Horizontal Effects of Human Rights (European University Institute, Florence, 2007)
  • Eva Tsalpatouros, Le statut normative des décisions du juge constitutionnel en droit compare (European University Institute, Florence, 2007)
  • Antoinette Rouvroy, Human Genetics and Justice: Sustaining Uncertainty. Genetic Enlightenment and the Metamorphoses of Governance (European University Institute, Florence; 2006)
  • Aoife Nolan, Children's Socio-Economic Rights and the Courts: Evaluating an Activist Approach (European University Institute, Florence; 2005)
  • Lorenzo Zucca, Constitutional Dilemmas: Conflicts of Fundamental Legal Rights in Europe and in the USA (European University Institute, Florence; 2005)
  • Eric Jyotish Henry Ghosh, Positive and Negative: Republican Liberty, Democracy and Constitutionalism (University of Sydney, 2004)
  • Florian Hoffman, Are Human Rights Transplantable? Reflections on a pragmatic theory of human rights under conditions of globalization (European University Institute, Florence; 2004)
  • Koen Lemmens, La presse et la protection juridique de l'individu : attention aux chiens de garde! Pour un exercice responsable de la liberté de presse à l'aune de la Convention européenne des droits de l'homme et du droit belge (European University Institute, Florence; 2003)
  • Antonios Theodoropolous, Socrates? Justification for Obeying an Unjust Sentence of Death: An Analysis and Translation of Plato?s Crito (University of Sydney, 2002)

Selected grants

2015

  • Reconceiving the role and legitimacy of the state in a globalised world; Sadurski W; DVC Research/Bridging Support Grant.

2014

  • Legitimacy of state in cosmopolitian contexts; Sadurski W; DVC Research/Bridging Support Grant.

2013

  • PROPORTIONALITY BALANCING AND GLOBAL CONSTITUTIONALISM; Sweet A, Sadurski W; DVC Research/International Research Collaboration Award (IRCA).
  • Sydney Intellectual History Network; Milam J, Aspromourgos A, Borghesi F, Caine B, Ferng J, Fitzmaurice A, Gaukroger S, Helbig D, Karalis V, Kerridge I, Macarthur D, Nassar D, Redding P, Sadurski W, Sevel M, Sluga G, Smith M, Waldow A, Walton K; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).
  • A constructive critique of the political approach to the philosophy of human rights; Campbell T, Ivison D, Kinley D, Sadurski W, West C, Bedi S, Pogge T, Valentini L, Tasioulas J, Wenar L; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2011

  • 1989 and the Rule of Law Revolutions; Sadurski W, Krygier M, Czarnota A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • The World Legal Information Institute European Law Collection: Effective access to European legal information (in English) for Australian researchers; Greenleaf G, Sadurski W; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

Selected publications

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Books

  • Sadurski, W. (2014). Rights Before Courts: A Study of Constitutional Courts in Postcommunist States of Central and Eastern Europe - Second Edition. The Netherlands: Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2012). Constitutionalism and the Enlargement of Europe. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2008). Equality and Legitimacy. UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2007). Liberał po przejsciach. Poznan, Poland: Wydawnictwo Sens.
  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Rights Before Courts: A study of Constitutional Courts in Postcommunist States of Central and Eastern Europe. Dordrecht: Springer.

Edited Books

  • Kinley, D., Sadurski, W., Walton, K. (2013). Human Rights: Old Problems, New Possibilities. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Febbrajo, A., Sadurski, W. (2010). Central and Eastern Europe After Transition: Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics. United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Sadurski, W., Morlino, L. (2010). Democratization and the European Union: Comparing Central and Eastern European Post-Communist Countries. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Sadurski, W., Ziller, W., Zurek, K. (2006). Apres Enlargement: Legal and Political Responses in Central and Eastern Europe. Italy: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). Political Rights under Stress in 21st Century Europe. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Sadurski, W., Czarnota, A., Krygier, M. (2006). Spreading Democracy and the Rule of Law? The Impact of EU Enlargement on the Rule of Law, Democracy and Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Legal Orders. Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Constitutional Theory. Aldershot, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Sadurski, W., Czarnota, A., Krygier, M. (2005). Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism. Budapest/ New York: CEU Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Constitutional Justice, East and West: Democratic Legitimacy and Constitutional Courts in Post-Communist Europe, in a Comparative Perspective. Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Justice. United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Book Chapters

  • Sadurski, W. (2012). "It All Depends": The Universal and the Contingent in Human Rights. In C Corradetti (Eds.), Philosophical Dimensions of Human Rights: Some Contemporary Views, (pp. 125-156). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2011). Commutative, distributive, and procedural justice: a response to Professor Christine Chwaszcza. In H. Micklitz (Eds.), The Many Concepts of Social Justice in European Private Law, (pp. 90-104). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Sadurski, W. (2011). Social Justice and Legal Justice. In H. Micklitz (Eds.), The Many Concepts of Social Justice in European Private Law, (pp. 61-79). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Morlino, L., Sadurski, W. (2010). Conclusions. In Leonardo Morlino, Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Democratization and the European Union: Comparing Central and Eastern European Post-Communist Countries, (pp. 216-241). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Sadurski, W. (2010). Constitutional Courts and Constitutional Culture in Central and Eastern European Countries. In Alberto Febbrajo and Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Central and Eastern Europe After Transition: Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics, (pp. 99-118). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Febbrajo, A., Sadurski, W. (2010). Introduction. In Alberto Febbrajo and Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Central and Eastern Europe After Transition: Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics, (pp. 1-9). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Morlino, L., Sadurski, W. (2010). Introduction. In Leonardo Morlino, Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Democratization and the European Union: Comparing Central and Eastern European Post-Communist Countries, (pp. 1-15). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Sadurski, W. (2010). Two Concepts of Social Equality. In Helen Irving, Jacqueline Mowbray and Kevin Walton (Eds.), Julius Stone: A Study in Influence, (pp. 121-129). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2009). Reasonableness and Value Pluralism in Law and Politics. In Sartor, Giovanni; Bongiovanni, Giorgio; Valentini, Chiara (Eds.), Reasonableness and Law, (pp. 129-146). Dorcrecht Heidelberg London New York: Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2008). Minority Protection In Central Europe and Accession to the EU. In M Weller, D Blacklock and K Nobbs (Eds.), The Protection of Minorities in the Wider Europe, (pp. 209-231). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). EU Enlargement and Democracy in New Member States. In Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota + Martin Krygier (Eds.), Spreading democracy and the rule of law? : The impact of EU enlargement on the rule of law, democracy and constitutionalism in post-communist legal orders, (pp. 27-49). The Netherlands: Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). Introduction. In Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Political Rights under Stress in 21st Century Europe, (pp. 1-11). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). The Law and Institutions of New Member States in Year One. In W Sadurski, J Ziller & K Zurek (Eds.), Apres Enlargement: Legal and Political Responses in Central and Eastern Europe, (pp. 3-18). Italy: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.
  • Priban, J., Sadurski, W. (2006). The Role of Political Rights in the Democratization of Central and Eastern Europe. In Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Political Rights under Stress in 21st Century Europe, (pp. 196-238). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Transitional Constitutionalism: Simplistic and Fancy Theories. In A. Czarnota, M. Krygier & W. Sadurski (Eds.), Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism, (pp. 9-24). Budapest/ New York: CEU Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2004). The Role of the EU Charter of Rights in the Process of Enlargement. In George A. Bermann and Katharina Pistor (Eds.), Law and Governance in an Enlarged European Union, (pp. 61-95). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Sadurski, W. (2004). Universalism, Localism and Paternalism in Human Rights Discourse. In Andras Sajo (Eds.), Human Rights with Modesty: The Problem of Universalism, (pp. 141-160). Leiden, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff.
  • Sadurski, W. (2003). Constitutional Courts, Individual Rights and the Problem of Judicial Activism in Postcommunist Central Europe. In J Priban, P Roberts & J Young (Eds.), Systems of Justice in Transition: Central European Experiences since 1989, (pp. 13-28). UK: Ashgate.
  • Sadurski, W. (2003). EU Enlargement and Human Rights. In N Neuwahl (Eds.), European Enlargement: Law and Socio-Economic Changes, (pp. 179-193). Montreal: Themis Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Constitutional Justice, East and West: Introduction. In Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Constitutional Justice, East and West: Democratic Legitimacy and Constitutional Courts in Post-Communist Europe, in a Comparative Perspective, (pp. 1-18). Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Legitimacy and reasons of constitutional review after communism. In Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Constitutional Justice, East and West: Democratic Legitimacy and Constitutional Courts in Post-Communist Europe, in a Comparative Perspective, (pp. 163-187). Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). On the relevance of Institutions and the Centrality of Constitutions in Postcommunist Transitions. In J.Zielonka (Eds.), Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe: Institutional Engineering, (pp. 393-415). Oxford, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Rights-based Constitutional Review in Central and Eastern Europe. In T.Campbell, K.Ewing & a.Tomkins (Eds.), Sceptical Approaches to Entrenched Human Rights, (pp. 315-334). Oxford: Sage Publications.
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Zagadka tolerancji (the Puzzle of Tolerance). In J.Stelmach (Eds.), Studia z filozofii prawa (Studies in the philosophy of law), (pp. 9-23). Cracow: Sage Publications.

Journals

  • Sadurski, W. (2014). Reason of State and Public Reason. Ratio Juris, 27(1), 21-46. [More Information]
  • Sadurski, W. (2013). Democratic Legitimacy of the European Union: A Diagnosis and some Modest Proposals. Polish Yearbook of International Law, XXXII, 9-44. [More Information]
  • Sadurski, W. (2012). Allegro without Vivaldi: Trademark Protection, Freedom of Speech, and Constitutional Balancing. European Constitutional Law Review, 8(3), 456-492. [More Information]
  • Sadurski, W. (2011). The Growth of Constitutional Courts in Central and Eastern Europe After the Fall of Communism: In Pursuit of Monopoly on Constitutional Adjudication. Annuario di Diritto Comparato e di Studi Legislativi, 2011 (Yearbook), 305-333.
  • Sadurski, W. (2010). Adding Bite to a Bark: The Story of Article7, E.U. Enlargement, and Jorg Haider. The Columbia Journal of European Law, 16(3), 385-426.
  • Lach, K., Sadurski, W. (2009). Constitutional Courts of Central and Eastern Europe: Between Adolescence and Maturity. Journal of Comparative Law, 3(2), 212-233.
  • Sadurski, W. (2009). Judicial Review in Central and Eastern Europe: Rationales or Rationalizations? Israel Law Review, 42, 500-527.
  • Sadurski, W. (2009). Partnering with Strasbourg: Constitutionalisation of the European Court of Human Rights, the Accession of Central and East European States to the Council of Europe, and the Idea of Pilot Judgements. Human Rights Law Review, 9(3), 397-453.
  • Sadurski, W. (2009). Rights and Moral Reasoning: An Unstated Assumption - A Comment on Jeremy Waldron''s "Judges as Moral Reasoners". International Journal of Constitutional Law, 7(1), 25-45.
  • Sadurski, W. (2008). 'Solange, Chapter 3': Constitutional Courts in Central Europe - Democracy - European Union. European Law Journal, 14(1), 1-35.
  • Sadurski, W. (2008). Legitimacy, Political Equality, and Majority Rule. Ratio Juris, 21(1), 39-65.
  • Sadurski, W. (2007). Juridical Coups d’état – all over the place. Comment on "The Juridical Coup d’état and the Problem of Authority" by Alec Stone Sweet. German Law Journal, 8(10), 935-940.
  • Sadurski, W. (2007). Protection of Minority Rights in Central and Eastern Europe: The Role of Constitutional Courts and of Accession to the EU. Sravnitelnoe Konstitutsionnoe Obozrenie [Comparative Constitution Review], 1(58), 90-101.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). Law's Legitimacy and 'Democracy-Plus'. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 26(2), 377-409.
  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Europa i jej wartosci [Europe and Its Values]. Znak, 11/2005, 108-114.
  • Sadurski, W. (2004). Accession's democracy dividend: The impact of the EU enlargement upon democracy on the new member states of Central and Eastern Europe. European Law Journal, 10(4), 371-401.
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Charter and Enlightenment. European Law Journal, 8(3), 340-362.
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Judicial Review and the Protection of Constitutional Rights. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 22(2), 275-299.
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Postcommunist Charters of Rights in Europe and the US Bill of Rights. Law and Contemporary Problems, 65(2), 223-250.
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Postcommunist Constitutional Courts in Search of Political Legitimacy. European University Working Papers, 2001/11, 54.
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Promoting Rights in the Shadow of the Judiciary: Towards a fact-sensitive theory of judicial review. European University Working Papers, 2001/14, 31.

Conferences

  • Sadurski, W. (2014). Common Good and Respect for Persons. University of Western Ontario 2014, London, ON, Canada: Presentation.
  • Sadurski, W. (2013). Public Reason and Liberal Constitutionalism. Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference 2013, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Sadurski, W. (2012). Nationalism, Sovereignty and Human Rights in the Transitional Central and East European States After Democratic Revolutions of 1989. Tsinghua Forum on Law and Politics 2012 - Revolution(s): Polity, Rationality, and Modernity, Beijing, China: Presentation.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Rawls and the Limits of Liberalism: Reflections on the 'Law of Peoples'. Ius et Lex, 1(1).

2014

  • Sadurski, W. (2014). Common Good and Respect for Persons. University of Western Ontario 2014, London, ON, Canada: Presentation.
  • Sadurski, W. (2014). Reason of State and Public Reason. Ratio Juris, 27(1), 21-46. [More Information]
  • Sadurski, W. (2014). Rights Before Courts: A Study of Constitutional Courts in Postcommunist States of Central and Eastern Europe - Second Edition. The Netherlands: Springer.

2013

  • Sadurski, W. (2013). Democratic Legitimacy of the European Union: A Diagnosis and some Modest Proposals. Polish Yearbook of International Law, XXXII, 9-44. [More Information]
  • Kinley, D., Sadurski, W., Walton, K. (2013). Human Rights: Old Problems, New Possibilities. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Sadurski, W. (2013). Public Reason and Liberal Constitutionalism. Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference 2013, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

2012

  • Sadurski, W. (2012). "It All Depends": The Universal and the Contingent in Human Rights. In C Corradetti (Eds.), Philosophical Dimensions of Human Rights: Some Contemporary Views, (pp. 125-156). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2012). Allegro without Vivaldi: Trademark Protection, Freedom of Speech, and Constitutional Balancing. European Constitutional Law Review, 8(3), 456-492. [More Information]
  • Sadurski, W. (2012). Constitutionalism and the Enlargement of Europe. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2012). Nationalism, Sovereignty and Human Rights in the Transitional Central and East European States After Democratic Revolutions of 1989. Tsinghua Forum on Law and Politics 2012 - Revolution(s): Polity, Rationality, and Modernity, Beijing, China: Presentation.

2011

  • Sadurski, W. (2011). Commutative, distributive, and procedural justice: a response to Professor Christine Chwaszcza. In H. Micklitz (Eds.), The Many Concepts of Social Justice in European Private Law, (pp. 90-104). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Sadurski, W. (2011). Social Justice and Legal Justice. In H. Micklitz (Eds.), The Many Concepts of Social Justice in European Private Law, (pp. 61-79). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Sadurski, W. (2011). The Growth of Constitutional Courts in Central and Eastern Europe After the Fall of Communism: In Pursuit of Monopoly on Constitutional Adjudication. Annuario di Diritto Comparato e di Studi Legislativi, 2011 (Yearbook), 305-333.

2010

  • Sadurski, W. (2010). Adding Bite to a Bark: The Story of Article7, E.U. Enlargement, and Jorg Haider. The Columbia Journal of European Law, 16(3), 385-426.
  • Febbrajo, A., Sadurski, W. (2010). Central and Eastern Europe After Transition: Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics. United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Morlino, L., Sadurski, W. (2010). Conclusions. In Leonardo Morlino, Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Democratization and the European Union: Comparing Central and Eastern European Post-Communist Countries, (pp. 216-241). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Sadurski, W. (2010). Constitutional Courts and Constitutional Culture in Central and Eastern European Countries. In Alberto Febbrajo and Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Central and Eastern Europe After Transition: Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics, (pp. 99-118). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Sadurski, W., Morlino, L. (2010). Democratization and the European Union: Comparing Central and Eastern European Post-Communist Countries. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Febbrajo, A., Sadurski, W. (2010). Introduction. In Alberto Febbrajo and Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Central and Eastern Europe After Transition: Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics, (pp. 1-9). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Morlino, L., Sadurski, W. (2010). Introduction. In Leonardo Morlino, Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Democratization and the European Union: Comparing Central and Eastern European Post-Communist Countries, (pp. 1-15). United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Sadurski, W. (2010). Two Concepts of Social Equality. In Helen Irving, Jacqueline Mowbray and Kevin Walton (Eds.), Julius Stone: A Study in Influence, (pp. 121-129). Sydney: The Federation Press.

2009

  • Lach, K., Sadurski, W. (2009). Constitutional Courts of Central and Eastern Europe: Between Adolescence and Maturity. Journal of Comparative Law, 3(2), 212-233.
  • Sadurski, W. (2009). Judicial Review in Central and Eastern Europe: Rationales or Rationalizations? Israel Law Review, 42, 500-527.
  • Sadurski, W. (2009). Partnering with Strasbourg: Constitutionalisation of the European Court of Human Rights, the Accession of Central and East European States to the Council of Europe, and the Idea of Pilot Judgements. Human Rights Law Review, 9(3), 397-453.
  • Sadurski, W. (2009). Reasonableness and Value Pluralism in Law and Politics. In Sartor, Giovanni; Bongiovanni, Giorgio; Valentini, Chiara (Eds.), Reasonableness and Law, (pp. 129-146). Dorcrecht Heidelberg London New York: Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2009). Rights and Moral Reasoning: An Unstated Assumption - A Comment on Jeremy Waldron''s "Judges as Moral Reasoners". International Journal of Constitutional Law, 7(1), 25-45.

2008

  • Sadurski, W. (2008). 'Solange, Chapter 3': Constitutional Courts in Central Europe - Democracy - European Union. European Law Journal, 14(1), 1-35.
  • Sadurski, W. (2008). Equality and Legitimacy. UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2008). Legitimacy, Political Equality, and Majority Rule. Ratio Juris, 21(1), 39-65.
  • Sadurski, W. (2008). Minority Protection In Central Europe and Accession to the EU. In M Weller, D Blacklock and K Nobbs (Eds.), The Protection of Minorities in the Wider Europe, (pp. 209-231). UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

2007

  • Sadurski, W. (2007). Juridical Coups d’état – all over the place. Comment on "The Juridical Coup d’état and the Problem of Authority" by Alec Stone Sweet. German Law Journal, 8(10), 935-940.
  • Sadurski, W. (2007). Liberał po przejsciach. Poznan, Poland: Wydawnictwo Sens.
  • Sadurski, W. (2007). Protection of Minority Rights in Central and Eastern Europe: The Role of Constitutional Courts and of Accession to the EU. Sravnitelnoe Konstitutsionnoe Obozrenie [Comparative Constitution Review], 1(58), 90-101.

2006

  • Sadurski, W., Ziller, W., Zurek, K. (2006). Apres Enlargement: Legal and Political Responses in Central and Eastern Europe. Italy: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). EU Enlargement and Democracy in New Member States. In Wojciech Sadurski, Adam Czarnota + Martin Krygier (Eds.), Spreading democracy and the rule of law? : The impact of EU enlargement on the rule of law, democracy and constitutionalism in post-communist legal orders, (pp. 27-49). The Netherlands: Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). Introduction. In Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Political Rights under Stress in 21st Century Europe, (pp. 1-11). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). Law's Legitimacy and 'Democracy-Plus'. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 26(2), 377-409.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). Political Rights under Stress in 21st Century Europe. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Sadurski, W., Czarnota, A., Krygier, M. (2006). Spreading Democracy and the Rule of Law? The Impact of EU Enlargement on the Rule of Law, Democracy and Constitutionalism in Post-Communist Legal Orders. Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2006). The Law and Institutions of New Member States in Year One. In W Sadurski, J Ziller & K Zurek (Eds.), Apres Enlargement: Legal and Political Responses in Central and Eastern Europe, (pp. 3-18). Italy: Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.
  • Priban, J., Sadurski, W. (2006). The Role of Political Rights in the Democratization of Central and Eastern Europe. In Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Political Rights under Stress in 21st Century Europe, (pp. 196-238). United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

2005

  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Constitutional Theory. Aldershot, United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Europa i jej wartosci [Europe and Its Values]. Znak, 11/2005, 108-114.
  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Rawls and the Limits of Liberalism: Reflections on the 'Law of Peoples'. Ius et Lex, 1(1).
  • Sadurski, W., Czarnota, A., Krygier, M. (2005). Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism. Budapest/ New York: CEU Press.
  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Rights Before Courts: A study of Constitutional Courts in Postcommunist States of Central and Eastern Europe. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Sadurski, W. (2005). Transitional Constitutionalism: Simplistic and Fancy Theories. In A. Czarnota, M. Krygier & W. Sadurski (Eds.), Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism, (pp. 9-24). Budapest/ New York: CEU Press.

2004

  • Sadurski, W. (2004). Accession's democracy dividend: The impact of the EU enlargement upon democracy on the new member states of Central and Eastern Europe. European Law Journal, 10(4), 371-401.
  • Sadurski, W. (2004). The Role of the EU Charter of Rights in the Process of Enlargement. In George A. Bermann and Katharina Pistor (Eds.), Law and Governance in an Enlarged European Union, (pp. 61-95). Oxford, UK: Hart Publishing.
  • Sadurski, W. (2004). Universalism, Localism and Paternalism in Human Rights Discourse. In Andras Sajo (Eds.), Human Rights with Modesty: The Problem of Universalism, (pp. 141-160). Leiden, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff.

2003

  • Sadurski, W. (2003). Constitutional Courts, Individual Rights and the Problem of Judicial Activism in Postcommunist Central Europe. In J Priban, P Roberts & J Young (Eds.), Systems of Justice in Transition: Central European Experiences since 1989, (pp. 13-28). UK: Ashgate.
  • Sadurski, W. (2003). EU Enlargement and Human Rights. In N Neuwahl (Eds.), European Enlargement: Law and Socio-Economic Changes, (pp. 179-193). Montreal: Themis Press.

2002

  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Charter and Enlightenment. European Law Journal, 8(3), 340-362.
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Constitutional Justice, East and West: Democratic Legitimacy and Constitutional Courts in Post-Communist Europe, in a Comparative Perspective. Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Constitutional Justice, East and West: Introduction. In Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Constitutional Justice, East and West: Democratic Legitimacy and Constitutional Courts in Post-Communist Europe, in a Comparative Perspective, (pp. 1-18). Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Judicial Review and the Protection of Constitutional Rights. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 22(2), 275-299.
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Legitimacy and reasons of constitutional review after communism. In Wojciech Sadurski (Eds.), Constitutional Justice, East and West: Democratic Legitimacy and Constitutional Courts in Post-Communist Europe, in a Comparative Perspective, (pp. 163-187). Netherlands: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International).
  • Sadurski, W. (2002). Postcommunist Charters of Rights in Europe and the US Bill of Rights. Law and Contemporary Problems, 65(2), 223-250.

2001

  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Justice. United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). On the relevance of Institutions and the Centrality of Constitutions in Postcommunist Transitions. In J.Zielonka (Eds.), Democratic Consolidation in Eastern Europe: Institutional Engineering, (pp. 393-415). Oxford, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Postcommunist Constitutional Courts in Search of Political Legitimacy. European University Working Papers, 2001/11, 54.
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Promoting Rights in the Shadow of the Judiciary: Towards a fact-sensitive theory of judicial review. European University Working Papers, 2001/14, 31.
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Rights-based Constitutional Review in Central and Eastern Europe. In T.Campbell, K.Ewing & a.Tomkins (Eds.), Sceptical Approaches to Entrenched Human Rights, (pp. 315-334). Oxford: Sage Publications.
  • Sadurski, W. (2001). Zagadka tolerancji (the Puzzle of Tolerance). In J.Stelmach (Eds.), Studia z filozofii prawa (Studies in the philosophy of law), (pp. 9-23). Cracow: Sage Publications.

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