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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
Title variation
6th international ECLN colloquium
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Language
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
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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
Link
http://www.ecln.net/elements/conferences/contributions_berlin.htm
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • 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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