Assoc Prof Jaclyn Neo recognised with I•CON Best Paper Prize

A paper by Associate Professor Jaclyn Neo from NUS Faculty of Law and her co-author has been awarded the 2023 I•CON Best Paper Prize by the International Journal of Constitutional Law (I•CON) in 2022. The award was announced at the 2023 ICON•S Annual Conference.

Titled "What Would a Pluralist Institutional Approach to Constitutional Interpretation Look Like? Some Methodological Implications", the award-wining journal paper makes the case for adopting a genuinely pluralist perspective when studying constitutional interpretation. It sets out the principal forms such inquiries can take while exploring the methodological implications in designing pluralistic constitutional interpretation studies.

Published by the Oxford University Press in association with the New York University School of Law, ICON is dedicated to advancing the study of international and comparative constitutional law in the broadest sense of the terms. Every year, the editorial board of the International Journal of Constitutional Law selects the most outstanding article published in the previous year to present this prestigious prize.