Dawood I. Ahmed
Dawood I. Ahmed received B.A. and M.A. degrees in Jurisprudence from Oxford University, and LL.M. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Chicago. He is currently working on a book on constitutional design in Muslim countries.
- “Measuring Constitutional Islamization: The Islamic Constitutions Index.” Dawood Ahmed and Moamen Gouda. Hastings International and Comparative Law Review (2014) | Replication Data
- “Constitutional Islamization and Human Rights: The Surprising Origin and Spread of Islamic Supremacy in Constitutions.” Dawood I. Ahmed and Tom Ginsburg. Virginia Journal of International Law (2014) | Replication Data
Mila Versteeg received her B.A. in public administration from Tilburg University in the Netherlands in 2006, her L.L.M. from Harvard University in 2007, and her D.Phil at Oxford University in 2011. She is a former Olin Fellow and lecturer at the University of Chicago, and currently serves as a professor at the University of Virginia School of Law.
- “Unpopular Constitutionalism.” Mila Versteeg. 89 Indiana Law Journal 1133 (2014).
- “Why Do Countries Adopt Constitutional Review?” Tom Ginsburg and Mila Versteeg. 30 Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 587 (2014) | Replication Data
- “Sham Constitutions.” David S. Law and Mila Versteeg. 101 California Law Review 863 (2013).
- “When to Overthrow Your Government: The Right to Resist in the World’s Constitutions.” Tom Ginsburg, Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez, and Mila Versteeg. 66 UCLA Law Review (2013) | Replication Data
- “The Declining Influence of the United States Constitution.” David S. Law and Mila Versteeg. 87 NYU Law Review 762 (2012).
- “Human Rights Violations After 9/11 and the Role of Constitutional Constraints.” Benedikt Goderis and Mila Versteeg. 41 The Journal of Legal Studies 31 (2012).
- “The Evolution and Ideology of Global Constitutionalism.” David S. Law and Mila Versteeg. 99 California Law Review 1163 (2011).