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Most of those who acknowledge their own membership in the law and politics movement are political scientists who claim that their knowledge of law informs and improves their practice of the discipline of political science.

Martin Shapiro in “Law and Politics: the problem of boundaries”

[…] comparative constitutional law must expand its intellectual agenda to encompass issues that have hitherto been the exclusive domain of comparative politics in order to be of relevance to the most pressing problems of modern constitutionalism. In other words, there is a need to bridge comparative politics and comparative constitutional law through a genuinely interdisciplinary conversation.

Sujit Choudhry in “Bridging comparative politics and comparative constitutional law: constitutional design in divided societies”

So here I am, a member of the law and politics movement trying to bridge comparative constitutional law and comparative politics.