CONSTITUTIONAL JURISDICTION AND JUDICIAL REVIEW THE EXPERIENCE OF THE UNITED STATES

Robert S. Barker

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Last year, a professor of Constitutional Law in a Latin American country informed me that he was going to organize and edit a book devoted to the topic of “la jurisdicción constitucional,” and he asked me to contribute a chapter on “constitutional jurisdiction in the United States.” Shortly after accepting the invitation, I asked myself if there existed in the United States such a thing as “constitutional jurisdiction.” The term is not part of our judicial vocabulary; our law dictionaries, judicial opinions, and legal treatises do not identify “constitutional jurisdiction” as a category of “jurisdiction.”

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