Jamie Burton, Public Law
"There is no doubt that King has written a deeply impressive book that will be of great interest to social rights scholars and indeed anyone interested in public law. It is highly recommended."
Murray Wesson, University of Western Sydney Law Review
"[In] Judging Social Rights … we are presented with new perspectives for analyzing the relationship between social rights and constitutionalism. [King argues] that it is important to constitutionalize these rights, and … then engage[s] in sophisticated analyses about how to implement these rights in the context of a complex set of government and nongovernment institutions, practices and actors, all within the context of comparative and global frames."
Eileen McDonagh, Tulsa Law Review