Introduction : an onerous role for courts as democracy-builders -- The core concept : democratisation -- The rise and limits of constitutional courts as democracy-builders -- The rise and limits of human rights courts as democracy-builders -- Democratisation jurisprudence : framing courts' democracy-building roles -- Domestic democratisation jurisprudence in action : Brazil since 1988 -- Regional democratisation jurisprudence : shaping democracy from outside -- What should courts do in a young democracy? rethinking our approach -- Concluding thoughts : moving beyond our court obsession
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