Though the potential creation of a supranational human rights court has brought international attention to the African human rights system, international law and human rights scholars rarely turn to African examples when studying the domestic application of international human rights norms. This Article seeks to fill that gap by analyzing cases from several Anglophone common law countries in sub-Saharan Africa that invoke international law and comparative case law as interpretive support in their national fundamental rights jurisprudence.
Mirna E. Adjami,
African Courts, International Law, and Comparative Case Law: Chimera or Emerging Human Rights Jurisprudence?,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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