Publications

 

PROFESSOR SANDRA LIEBENBERG

Professor Sandra Liebenberg’s representative publications are available here.

BOOKS

  • S Liebenberg & G Quinot (eds) Law and poverty: Perspectives fromSouth Africa and beyond (2012) Juta & Co Ltd
  • S Liebenberg Socio-economic rights: Adjudication under a transformative constitution (2010) Juta & Co Ltd
  • S Liebenberg & K Pillay (eds) Socio-economic rights in South Africa: A resource book (2000) Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape
  • S Liebenberg (ed) The Constitution of South Africa from a gender perspective (1995) Community Law Centre in association with David Philip Publishers (Pty) Ltd, University of the Western Cape

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  • S Liebenberg “Direct protection of economic, social and cultural rights in South Africa” in DM Chirwa & L Chenwi The protection of economic, social and cultural rights in Africa: International, regional and national perspectives (2016) Cambridge University Press 2015 – 337
  • S Liebenberg & KG Young “Adjudicating social rights: Can democratic experimentalism help?” in H Aliviar Garcia, K Klare & LA Williams (eds) Socio-economic rights in theory and practice: Critical inquiries (2015) Routledge 237 – 257
  • S Liebenberg “Socio-economic rights beyond the public/private divide” in M Langford, J Dugard & T Madlingozi (eds) Symbols or substance? The role and impact of socio-economic rights strategies in South Africa (2014) Cambridge University Press 63 – 91
  • S Liebenberg “Equality rights and children: Moving beyond a one-size fits all approach” in K hall, I Woolard, L Lake & C Smith (eds) 2012 South African Child Gauge (2012) Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town 24 – 31
  • S Liebenberg “L’Afrique du Sud: I’adjudication des droits sociaux dans le context d’une constitution transformatrice” in P Bosset & L Lamarche (eds) Droit de cite pour les droits économiques, sociaux et culturels (2011) Editions Yvon Blais 405 – 459. Selected for translation into French from S Liebenberg “Adjudicating social rights under a transformative constitution” in M Langford (ed) Social rights jurisprudence: Emerging trends in international and comparative law (2008) Cambridge University Press 75 – 101
  • S Liebenberg “Reflections on drafting a Bill of Rights: A South African perspective” in N Kersting (ed) Constitution in transition: Academic inputs for a new constitution in Zimbabwe (2009) GTZ and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung 21 – 45
  • S Liebenberg “The judicial enforcement of socio-economic rights under South Africa’s transformative constitution” in D Fraser & G Rodrigues (eds) Disrespect today, conflict tomorrow (2009) Critical, Cultural and Communications Press, Nottingham 161 – 173
  • S Liebenberg “Socio-economic rights: Revisiting the reasonableness review/minimum core debate” in S Woolman & M Bishop (eds) Constitutional conversations (2008) Pretoria University Law Press 303 – 329
  • S Liebenberg “Socio-economic rights under South Africa’s transformative constitution” in M Langford (ed) Socio-economic rights jurisprudence: Emerging trends in international and comparative law (2008) Cambridge University Press 75 – 101
  • S Liebenberg “Needs, rights and transformation: Adjudicating social rights in South Africa” in T Lovell (ed) (Mis)recognition, social inequality and social justice: Nancy Fraser and Pierre Bourdieu (2007) Routledge 177 – 201. Reprinted with minor editorial changes and an updated section with permission of Stellenbosch Law Review. Article initially published in volume 17(1) 2006 of Stellenbosch Law Review 5 – 36.
  • S Liebenberg “Making a difference: Human rights and development – Reflecting on the South African experience” in BA Andreassen & SP Marks (eds) Development as a human right: Legal, political and economic dimensions (2006) A Nobel Symposium Book, Harvard School of Public Health and Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health & Human Rights 167 – 195
  • S Liebenberg “The judicial enforcement of social security rights in South Africa: Enhancing accountability for the basic needs of the poor” in E Riedel (ed) Social security as a human right: Drafting a General Comment on Art 9, ICESCR – Some challenges (2006) Springer 66 – 90
  • S Liebenberg “The value of human dignity in interpreting socio-economic rights” in AJ van der Walt (ed) Theories of social and economic justice (2005) Sun Press Media, Stellenbosch 141 – 167. Reprinted with minor editorial changes with the permission of I Currie – editor of SAJHR – and Juta & Co Ltd.
  • S Liebenberg “Enforcing positive socio-economic rights claims: The South African model of reasonableness review” in J Squires, M Langford & B Thiele (eds) The road to a remedy: Current issues in the litigation of economic, social and cultural rights (2005) Australian Human Rights Centre, The University of New South Wales Press, Sydney 73 – 88
  • S Liebenberg “The interpretation of socio-economic rights” in M Chaskalson et al (eds) Constitutional law of South Africa 2nd ed OS (2003) Juta & Co Ltd, Chapter 33, 1 – 66
  • S Liebenberg “The right to social security: A response from a South African perspective” in D Brand & S Russel (eds) Exploring the core content of socio-economic rights: South African and international perspectives (2002) Protea Book House 147 – 158
  • S Liebenberg “Education” in H Cheadle, D Davis & N Haysom (eds) South African Constitutional Law: The Bill of Rights (2002) 533 – 544
  • S Liebenberg “The protection of economic and social rights in domestic legal systems” in A Eide, C Krause & A Rosas (eds) Economic, social and cultural rights: A textbook 2nd rev ed (2001) Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 55 – 84
  • S Liebenberg “Violations of socio-economic rights: The role of the South African Human Rights Commission” in P Andrews & S Ellmann (eds) The post-apartheid constitutions: Perspectives on South Africa’s basic law (2001) Witwatersrand University Press and Ohio University Press 405 – 443
  • S Liebenberg “The development of policy, plans and legislation to protect and promote economic, social and cultural rights” in Circle of rights – Economic, social and cultural rights activism: A training resource (2000) International Human Rights Internship Program and Asia Forum for Human Rights and Development 407 – 417
  • S Liebenberg “Social security as a human right” in Circle of rights – Economic, social and cultural rights activism: A training resource (2000) International Human Rights Internship Program and Asia Forum for Human Rights and Development 200 – 219
  • S Liebenberg “Introducing socio-economic rights” in S Liebenberg & K Pillay (eds) Socio-economic rights in South Africa: A resource book (2000) Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape 9 – 40
  • S Liebenberg “Socio-economic rights” in M Chaskalson et al (eds) Constitutional law of South Africa Revision Service 3 (1998) Juta & Co Ltd, Chapter 41, 1 – 56
  • S Liebenberg “Environment” in D Davis, H Cheadle & N Haysom (eds) Fundamental rights in the Constitution: Commentary and cases (Juta & Co Ltd: Cape Town, 1997) 256 – 263
  • S Liebenberg “Education” in D Davis, H Cheadle & N Haysom (eds) Fundamental rights in the Constitution: Commentary and cases (Juta & Co Ltd: Cape Town, 1997) 294 – 302
  • S Liebenberg “Housing” in D Davis, H Cheadle & N Haysom (eds) Fundamental rights in the Constitution: Commentary and cases (1997) Juta & Co Ltd 342 – 353
  • S Liebenberg “Health, food, water and social security” in D Davis, H Cheadle & N Haysom (eds) Fundamental rights in the Constitution: Commentary and cases (1997) Juta & Co Ltd 354 – 359
  • S Liebenberg “Human rights and economic development: The constraints and obligations imposed by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights” in N Steytler (ed) Democracy, human rights and economic development in Southern Africa (1997) Lex Patria Publishers 49 – 75
  • S Liebenberg “Social and economic rights: A critical challenge” in S Liebenberg (ed) The Constitution of South Africa from a gender perspective (1995) Community Law Centre in association with David Philip Publishers (Pty) Ltd, University of the Western Cape 79 – 96

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • S Liebenberg ‘Remedial principles and meaningful engagement in education rights disputes’ (2016) 19 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal / Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad – DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.17159/1727-3781/2016/v19i0a739
  • S Liebenberg “Social rights and transformation in South Africa: Three frames” (2015) 31 South African Journal on Human Rights 446 – 471
  • K Moyo & S Liebenberg “The privitization of water services: The quest for enhanced human rights accountability” (2015) 37 Human Rights Quarterly 691 – 727
  • S Liebenberg “Towards an equality promoting interpretation of socio-economic rights in South Africa: Insights from the egalitarian liberal tradition” (2015) 132(2) South African Law Journal 411 – 437
  • S Liebenberg “From the crucible of the Eastern Cape: New legal tools for the poor” 28 Speculum Juris (2014) 1 – 18
  • S Liebenberg “Judicially enforceable socio-economic rights in South Africa: Between light and shadow” 37 Dublin University Law Journal (2014) 131 – 171
  • S Liebenberg “Participatory approaches to socio-economic rights: Tentative lessons from South African evictions law’ 32(4) Nordic Journal on Human Rights: Special Edition on Human Rights Approaches to Development (2014) 312 – 330
  • M Strauss & S Liebenberg “Contested spaces: Evictions law in post-apartheid South Africa” 13 Planning Theory: Special Issue on Planning and Human Rights (2014) 428 – 448
  • G Muller & S Liebenberg “Developing the law of joinder in the context of the eviction of people from their homes” (2013) 29 SAJHR 554 – 570
  • S Liebenberg “Engaging the paradoxes of the universal and particular in human rights adjudication: The possibilities and pitfalls of ‘meaningful engagement’” (2012) 12 African Human Rights Law Journal 1 – 29
  • S Liebenberg & G Quinot “Narrowing the band: Reasonableness review in administrative justice and socio-economic rights jurisprudence in South Africa” (2011) 3 Stellenbosch Law Review: Law and Poverty Special Edition 639 – 663
  • S Liebenberg “Grootboom and the seduction of the negative/positive rights dichotomy” (2011) 26 South African Public Law 37 – 59
  • S Liebenberg “The value of freedom in interpreting socio-economic rights” 2008 Acta Juridica, Special Edition in honour of Emeritus Judge Laurie Ackerman, 149 – 176
  • S Liebenberg “The application of socio-economic rights to private law” (2008) 3 TSAR, Special Edition in honour of Professor I Rautenbach, 464 – 480
  • S Liebenberg (Book review: D Bilchitz) “Poverty and fundamental rights: The justification and enforcement of socio-economic rights”(2007) 4 South African Law Journal 882 – 889
  • S Liebenberg “Towards a transformative adjudication of socio-economic rights” (2007) 1 Speculum Juris 41 – 59
  • S Liebenberg & B Goldbatt ‘The interrelationship between equality rights and socio-economic rights under a transformative constitution” (2007) 23 South African Journal on Human Rights 335 – 361
  • S Liebenberg “The adjudication of social rights under South Africa’s transformative constitution” (2006) Chilean Human Rights Yearbook
  • S Liebenberg “Needs, rights and transformation: Adjudicating social rights in South Africa” (2006) 1 Stellenbosch Law Review 5 – 36
  • S Liebenberg “The value of human dignity in interpreting socio-economic rights” (2005) 21 South African Journal on Human Rights 1 – 31
  • S Liebenberg & B Goldblatt “Giving money to children: The State’s constitutional obligations to provide child support grants to child headed households” (2004) 20 South African Journal on Human Rights 151 – 164
  • S Liebenberg “South Africa’s evolving jurisprudence on socio-economic rights: An effective tool in challenging poverty?” (2002) 6 Law, Democracy and Development 159 – 191
  • S Liebenberg (Guest Editor, special two-part issue of Law, Democracy and Development) “Socio-economic rights and transformation in South Africa” (2002) 6 & (2003) 7 Law, Democracy and Development
  • S Liebenberg & M O’Sullivan “South Africa’s new equality legislation: A tool for advancing women’s economic equality?” 2001 Acta Juridica (Equality Law: Reflections from South Africa and Elsewhere) 70 – 103
  • S Liebenberg “The right to social assistance: The implications of Grootboom for policy reform in South Africa” (2001) 17 South African Journal on Human Rights 232 – 257
  • S Liebenberg “Social citizenship – A precondition for meaningful democracy” (1999) 40 AGENDA 59 – 65
  • S Liebenberg “Identifying violations of socio-economic rights: The role of the South African Human Rights Commission” (1997) 1 Law, Democracy and Development 161 – 191
  • S Liebenberg (Book Review: E de Wet) “The constitutional enforceability of economic and social rights: The meaning of the German constitutional model for South Africa” (1997) 13 South African Journal on Human Rights 163 – 168
  • S Liebenberg “Social rights in the constitution: Towards effective equality for women in South Africa” (1994-1995) Third World Legal Studies Journal 225 – 242
  • S Liebenberg “The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and its implications for South Africa” (1995) 11 South African Journal on Human Rights 359 – 378

Complete list of publications – Professor Geo Quinot

BOOKS

  • G Quinot & S Arrowsmith (eds) Public procurement regulation in Africa (2013) Cambridge University Press
  • S Liebenberg & G Quinot (eds) Law and poverty: Perspectives from South Africa and beyond (2012) Juta & Co Ltd
  • G Quinot State commercial activity: A legal framework (2009) Juta & Co Ltd
  • G Quinot Administrative law: Cases and materials (2008) Juta & Co Ltd

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  • G Quinot & S Arrowsmith “Introduction” in G Quinot & S Arrowsmith (eds) Public procurement regulation in Africa (2013) Cambridge University Press
  • G Quinot “Remedies in public procurement regulation” in G Quinot & S Arrowsmith (eds) Public procurement regulation in Africa (2013) Cambridge University Press
  • G Quinot “The promotion of socio-economic objectives through procurement” in G Quinot & S Arrowsmith (eds) Public procurement regulation in Africa (2013) Cambridge University Press
  • G Quinot “Social policies in procurement and the government procurement agreement: A perspective from South Africa” in S Arrowsmith & R Anderson (eds) The WTO Regime on Government Procurement: Recent developments and challenges ahead (2011) Cambridge University Press with Phoebe Bolton
  • G Quinot “Globalisation, state commercial activity and the transformation of administrative law” in M Faure & AJ van der Walt (eds) Globalization and private law (2010) Edward Elgar Publishing
  • G Quinot “Offer, acceptance and the moment of contract formation” in H MacQueen & R Zimmermann (eds) European contract law: Scots and South African perspectives (2006) Edinburgh University Press

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • G Quinot (Review) “Public procurement law: Damages as an effective remedy, by Duncan Fairgrieve and François Lichère” (2013) 22 Public Procurement Law Review 47 – 49
  • G Quinot “Transformative legal education” (2012) 129 South African Law Journal 411 – 433
  • G Quinot “Administrative law” (2011) Annual Survey of South African Law
  • G Quinot “Enforcement of procurement law from a South African perspective” (2011) 20 Public Procurement Law Review 193 – 206
  • G Quinot “The right to reasons for administrative action as a key ingredient of a culture of justification” (2011) 25 Speculum Juris 32 – 47
  • S Liebenberg & G Quinot “Narrowing the band: Reasonableness review in administrative justice and socio-economic rights jurisprudence in South Africa” (2011) 3 Stellenbosch Law Review: Law and Poverty Special Edition 639 – 663
  • G Quinot “New procedures for judicial review of administrative action” (2010) 25 South African Public Law 646
  • G Quinot “Substantive reasoning in administrative law adjudication” (2010) 3 Constitutional Court Review 111 – 139
  • G Quinot “Administrative law” (2010) Annual Survey of South African Law 41 – 76
  • G Quinot “Snapshot or participatory democracy? Political engagement as fundamental human right” (2009) 25 South African Journal on Human Rights 392 – 402
  • G Quinot “Towards effective judicial review of state commercial activity” (2009) Journal of South African Law 436 – 449
  • G Quinot (Review) “Evictions in South Africa: Relevant international and national standards by Lilian Chenwi” (2009) 20 Stellenbosch Law Review 159
  • G Quinot (with Sope Williams) “To debar or not to debar: When to endorse a contractor on the Register for Tender Defaulters” (2008) 125 South African Law Journal 248 – 258
  • G Quinot “Worse than losing a government tender: Winning it” (2008) 19 Stellenbosch Law Review 101 – 121
  • G Quinot (Review) “The Promotion of Administrative Justice Act: A commentary 2 ed by Iain Currie” (2008) 19 Stellenbosch Law Review 141 – 142
  • G Quinot “An administrative law perspective on ‘bad building’ evictions in the Johannesburg inner city” (2007) 8 ESR Review 25 – 28
  • G Quinot (with Sope Williams) “Public procurement and corruption: The South African response” (2007) 124 South African Law Journal 339 – 363
  • G Quinot (Review) “The law of government procurement in South Africa, Phoebe Bolton” (2007) 16 Public Procurement Law Review 464 – 467
  • G Quinot (Review) “Administrative law in South Africa by Cora Hoexter” (2007) 18 Stellenbosch Law Review 377 – 378
  • G Quinot “The regulation of in-flight films” (2005) 16 Stellenbosch Law Review 45 – 59
  • G Quinot (Review) “The right to know – South Africa’s Promotion of Administrative Justice and Access to Information Acts by Claudia Lange & Jakkie Wessels (eds)” (2005) 16 Stellenbosch Law Review 164 – 165
  • G Quinot (Book Review) “Private international law – The modern Roman-Dutch law including the jurisdiction of the High Courts 4th ed by CF Forsyth” (2005) 16 Stellenbosch Law Review 169 – 172
  • G Quinot “Substantive legitimate expectations in South African and European administrative law” (2004) 5 German Law Journal 65 – 85
  • G Quinot “The developing doctrine of substantive protection of legitimate expectations in South African administrative law” (2004) 19 South African Public Law 543 – 570
  • G Quinot “The right to die in American and South African constitutional law” (2004) 37 The comparative and international law journal of Southern Africa 139 – 172
  • G Quinot (Review) “The new constitutional and administrative law, Volume 2: Administrative law by Cora Hoexter with Rosemary Lyster, Iain Curry and Judicial Review of Administrative Action in South Africa by De Ville” (2004) 15 Stellenbosch Law Review 574 – 578
  • G Quinot (Book Review) “Claudia Lange: Unreasonableness as a ground of judicial review in South Africa – Constitutional challenges for South Africa’s administrative law” (2003) 4 German Law Journal 1207 – 1212
  • G Quinot “Labour law and administrative law: Uneasy bed-fellows?” (2000) Responsa Meridiana 16 – 32

OTHER PUBLICATIONS AND CONTRIBUTIONS

  • G Quinot “Public procurement” (2012) Juta’s Quarterly Review of South African Law
  • G Quinot “Today’s law students need to be taught the value of critical thought” Cape Times 29-02-2012
  • G Quinot “Public procurement” (2011) Juta’s Quarterly Review of South African Law
  • G Quinot “Public procurement” (2010) Juta’s Quarterly Review of South African Law
  • G Quinot “Even the bad news reflects a positive side to public contracting in SA” Cape Argus 28-10-2010
  • G Quinot “Public procurement” (2009) Juta’s Quarterly Review of South African Law
  • G Quinot “Public procurement” (2008) Juta’s Quarterly Review of South African Law
  • G Quinot “Die dag toe Amerika tot in sy fondament geskud is” Die Matie 26-09-2001
  • G Quinot “Die universiteit as staatsorgaan: Enkele administratiefregtelike implikasies” Forum (publication of the Stellenbosch University Juridical Society) 2000

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