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The future of the European judicial system in a comparative perspective : 6th International ECLN-Colloquium/IACL round table, Berlin, 2-4 November 2005, Bearbeitet von Patricia Stöbener und Julia Mall

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The future of the European judicial system in a comparative perspective : 6th International ECLN-Colloquium/IACL round table, Berlin, 2-4 November 2005
Title
The future of the European judicial system in a comparative perspective
Title remainder
6th International ECLN-Colloquium/IACL round table, Berlin, 2-4 November 2005
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Bearbeitet von Patricia Stöbener und Julia Mall
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6th international ECLN colloquium
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eng
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IT-FiEUI
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2005
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  • Pernice, Ingolf
  • Kokott, Juliane
  • Saunders, Cheryl
  • International ECLN-Colloquium/IACL Round Table
Series statement
European constitutional law network-series
Series volume
vol. 6
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  • Constitutions
  • Constitutional law
  • Justice, Administration of
  • Judges
Label
The future of the European judicial system in a comparative perspective : 6th International ECLN-Colloquium/IACL round table, Berlin, 2-4 November 2005, Bearbeitet von Patricia Stöbener und Julia Mall
Link
http://www.ecln.net/elements/conferences/contributions_berlin.htm
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Also available online, via Internet
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier.
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text
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txt
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rdacontent.
Contents
  • Role and Impact of Constitutional Courts in a Comparative Perspective
  • Peter Häberle
  • The Future of the European Court of Justice - A British Perspective
  • Lord Daniel Brennan
  • A Constitutional Court for the EU?
  • Bo Vesterdorf
  • The "Highest Court" in Federal Systems
  • George A. Bermann
  • Constitutional Courts and Supreme Courts - a comparative analysis with particular reference to the South African experience
  • Arthur Chaskalson
  • Preface
  • Conflict between Tribunal Constitucional and Tribunal Supremo - A National Experience
  • Pedro Cruz Villaloń
  • The Essential (and would-be Essential) Jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice: Lights and Shadows too
  • Joseph H.H. Weiler
  • Choice of Models - Quo vadis ECJ ?
  • Günter Hirsch
  • The Court in the Constitution: how federal?
  • Jean-Victor Louis
  • The Constitutional Functions of the European Court of Justice
  • Frank Hoffmeister
  • Ingolf Pernice
  • The Structure and Role of a Supreme Court in a Federal System - The Canadian Experience
  • Beverley McLachlin
  • The Question of Legitimacy: How to Choose the Judges of the Supreme Court
  • Allan R. Brewer-Carias
  • National Representation of Judges and Legitimacy of International Jurisdictions: Lessons from ICJ to ECJ?
  • Christian Tomuschat
  • The selection of U.S. Supreme Court justices
  • Norman Dorsen
  • Size and Composition of Highest Court - Selection of Judges
  • Ana Martins
  • Grusswort
  • The Unity of European Law and the Overload of the ECJ - The System of Preliminary Rulings Revisited
  • Koen Lenaerts
  • Opportunities and Limits for the Transfer of Preliminary Reference Proceedings to the Court of First Instance
  • Josef Azizi
  • The Constitutional Courts in the New Member States and the Uniform Application of European Law
  • Jiří Zemańek
  • Concentration of Preliminary References at the ECJ or Transfer to the High Court/CFI: Some Remarks on Competition Law
  • Carl Baudenbacher
  • How to Guarantee Unity while Representing diversity? From the Selection of Judges to the possible Transfer of Preliminary References to the CFI
  • Stephan Wernicke
  • Brigitte Zypries
  • Constitutional Issues in Substantive Law - Limits of Constitutional Jurisdiction
  • Dieter Grimm
  • Case-Load of the Spanish Constitutional Court and Concentration on the Essentials
  • José Maria Beneyto
  • The European Convention on Human Rights, the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the European Court of Justice
  • Francis G. Jacobs
  • Can the EU join the ECHR - General Conditions and Practical Arrangements
  • Egbert Myjer
  • The Federal Judge vis-à-vis the Jurisdiction of the ECHR
  • Heinz Aemisegger
  • Self-Conception, Challenges and Perspectives of the EU Courts
  • Of Constitutional Essentials, a Complex Relationship, and Judges and Journalists
  • Franz C. Mayer
  • List of Contributors
  • Programme of Conference
  • Vassilios Skouris
  • Comparing Constitutional Review by the European Court of Justice and the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Michel Rosenfeld
Control code
FIEb13421645
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9783832921576
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
c
System control number
(OCoLC)535297630
Label
The future of the European judicial system in a comparative perspective : 6th International ECLN-Colloquium/IACL round table, Berlin, 2-4 November 2005, Bearbeitet von Patricia Stöbener und Julia Mall
Link
http://www.ecln.net/elements/conferences/contributions_berlin.htm
Publication
Note
Also available online, via Internet
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Role and Impact of Constitutional Courts in a Comparative Perspective
  • Peter Häberle
  • The Future of the European Court of Justice - A British Perspective
  • Lord Daniel Brennan
  • A Constitutional Court for the EU?
  • Bo Vesterdorf
  • The "Highest Court" in Federal Systems
  • George A. Bermann
  • Constitutional Courts and Supreme Courts - a comparative analysis with particular reference to the South African experience
  • Arthur Chaskalson
  • Preface
  • Conflict between Tribunal Constitucional and Tribunal Supremo - A National Experience
  • Pedro Cruz Villaloń
  • The Essential (and would-be Essential) Jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice: Lights and Shadows too
  • Joseph H.H. Weiler
  • Choice of Models - Quo vadis ECJ ?
  • Günter Hirsch
  • The Court in the Constitution: how federal?
  • Jean-Victor Louis
  • The Constitutional Functions of the European Court of Justice
  • Frank Hoffmeister
  • Ingolf Pernice
  • The Structure and Role of a Supreme Court in a Federal System - The Canadian Experience
  • Beverley McLachlin
  • The Question of Legitimacy: How to Choose the Judges of the Supreme Court
  • Allan R. Brewer-Carias
  • National Representation of Judges and Legitimacy of International Jurisdictions: Lessons from ICJ to ECJ?
  • Christian Tomuschat
  • The selection of U.S. Supreme Court justices
  • Norman Dorsen
  • Size and Composition of Highest Court - Selection of Judges
  • Ana Martins
  • Grusswort
  • The Unity of European Law and the Overload of the ECJ - The System of Preliminary Rulings Revisited
  • Koen Lenaerts
  • Opportunities and Limits for the Transfer of Preliminary Reference Proceedings to the Court of First Instance
  • Josef Azizi
  • The Constitutional Courts in the New Member States and the Uniform Application of European Law
  • Jiří Zemańek
  • Concentration of Preliminary References at the ECJ or Transfer to the High Court/CFI: Some Remarks on Competition Law
  • Carl Baudenbacher
  • How to Guarantee Unity while Representing diversity? From the Selection of Judges to the possible Transfer of Preliminary References to the CFI
  • Stephan Wernicke
  • Brigitte Zypries
  • Constitutional Issues in Substantive Law - Limits of Constitutional Jurisdiction
  • Dieter Grimm
  • Case-Load of the Spanish Constitutional Court and Concentration on the Essentials
  • José Maria Beneyto
  • The European Convention on Human Rights, the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the European Court of Justice
  • Francis G. Jacobs
  • Can the EU join the ECHR - General Conditions and Practical Arrangements
  • Egbert Myjer
  • The Federal Judge vis-à-vis the Jurisdiction of the ECHR
  • Heinz Aemisegger
  • Self-Conception, Challenges and Perspectives of the EU Courts
  • Of Constitutional Essentials, a Complex Relationship, and Judges and Journalists
  • Franz C. Mayer
  • List of Contributors
  • Programme of Conference
  • Vassilios Skouris
  • Comparing Constitutional Review by the European Court of Justice and the U.S. Supreme Court
  • Michel Rosenfeld
Control code
FIEb13421645
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9783832921576
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
c
System control number
(OCoLC)535297630

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