First Issue ECHR Law Review

A new academic baby is born, but one with very dedicated and experienced parents: the first issue of the new European Convention on Human Rights Law Review has now been published...

Guest Post on the European Court, Domestic Oversight of COVID-19 Emergency Measures, and Procedural...

It is my pleasure to introduce a guest post commenting a specific aspect of the current COVID-19 pandemic: how the European Court of Human Rights could foster oversight within ECHR state...

Online Talk by Robert Spano on Judicial Independence

In a very nice collaboration, the research centre iCourts in Copenhagen and Verfassungsblog are organising an online public talk on Friday 29 May at 14h00 CET by the new President of the...

Updated CoE HELP Course on Introduction to the ECHR

The HELP programme (Human rights Education for Legal Professionals) of the Council of Europe has launched a revised version of its free online course that provides an introduction to the ECHR....

Factsheet on ECtHR Judgments and Constitutional Reform

One of the most contentious and difficult legal consequences of a judgment of the European Court of Human Rights is when not (just) an adjustment of national policy or ordinary law...

EIN Webinar on Effective Domestic ECHR Implementation

The European Implementation Network is organising a webinar on 19 May on the issue of civil society on domestic advocacy for the implementation of Strasbourg Court judgments, at the occasion of...

ECHR MOOC Starts Again on 4 May

Virtually all teaching has switched to online delivery globally in these times of pandemic. One of our ongoing efforts in this regard is the free Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on...

Robert Spano New President of the Court

This week, the European Court of Human Rights has elected judge Robert Spano to become its new President. Spano has been a judge of the European Court of Human Rights in...

New Book on ECHR and International Judicial Review

In these highly exceptional circumstances, with the highest simultaneous number of derogations from the ECHR ever recorded since its creation and the Court just having prolonged the exceptional measures for its...

New Book on ECHR and International Judicial Review

In these highly exceptional circumstances, with the highest simultaneous number of derogations from the ECHR ever recorded since its creation and the Court just having prolonged the exceptional measures for its...
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