Federalismo y state law en los Estados Unidos: el papel de 'la conferencia nacional de comisionados para uniformar la legislación de los estados'

Starting from the classical theory of the division of powers in the United States and, after a brief tour of major U.S. Supreme Court pronouncements on the federalist principle that has determined the legal system configuration of the United States, this article examines the role of the so-called �U... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Valero Heredia, Ana
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universitat Pompeu Fabra 2010
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Laburpena: Starting from the classical theory of the division of powers in the United States and, after a brief tour of major U.S. Supreme Court pronouncements on the federalist principle that has determined the legal system configuration of the United States, this article examines the role of the so-called �Uniform Law Commission� as an alternative to what has been a clear and progressive enlargement of the powers of the federal legislature to the detriment of the member states in terms of uniformity of legislation. The Uniform Law Commission was born in 1891, in order to achieve uniform legislation on important matters of common interest to the states through a method that respects their will against the unifying role of Federal Congress. This article tries to show, through an exhaustive description of the activity, the functioning and the organization of the Commission to the Uniform State Law, the important role that it plays in achieving an uniform legal system for the American nation, being at the same time respectful of legislative autonomy and, ultimately, to the sovereignty of states.