Oxford Constitutional Law (OXCON) is the home of Oxford’s constitutional law services, including Oxford Constitutions of the World and US Constitutional Law. Via this platform users are able to perform a single search across both of our constitutional law services, ensuring speedy, inclusive results. Supported by the Oxford Law Citator for quick access to related content, Oxford Constitutional Law is an essential resource for anyone practicing or researching constitutional law.
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