Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Special Issue Greek Law Journal on ECHR

A special issue of the Greek Law Journal "Nomiko Vima" has just been published online with a range of articles celebrating last year's fifth decade of existence of the European Court of Human Rights. With over twenty contributions, mostly in English, some in French, from both Greek and European scholars and practitioners, this is a rich volume. It includes articles by a number of ECtHR judges, including Costa, Rozakis, Tulkens, and Spielmann. This is the full list of contributions:

1. D. Paxinos: Fifty years since the establishment of the ECtHR
2. The Editorial Board of Nomiko Vima: “Nomiko Vima” and its participation in the
celebration of 50 years of Strasbourg
3. J. P. Costa: La jurisprudence de la Cour Européenne des Droits de l' Homme et son
influence en France
4. C. L. Rozakis: The Particular Role of the Strasbourg Case-Law in the Development of Human Rights in Europe
5. A. Rantos: The Effect of the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights on the jurisprudence of Greek Courts regarding the right to judicial protection
6. F. Tulkens: Migrants and their right to a family and private life under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights
7. D. Spielmann: L’ extériorisation du vote judiciaire à la Cour Européenne des Droits de l'Homme
8. G. Nikolaou: Pronouncing on Human Rights
9. L. Kotsalis: DNA Bank, Safety and Human Rights
10. S. N. Ktistaki: The Prohibition of Discrimination in the granting of Social Benefits: Some thoughts arising from the recent jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights
11. A. Buyse: The Pilot Judgment Procedure at the European Court of Human Rights:
Possibilities and Challenges

12. L. Karelou: The influence of the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights case law in Greece
13. M. Tsirli: Anachronistic Interpretations by Greek Courts and the European Court of Human Rights’ Corrective Role
14. P. G. Voyatzis: La privation de la propriété foncière, la Cour de Strasbourg et la réalité grecque: Variations de violations sur un même thème
15. Ch. D. Argyropoulos: European Convention on Human Rights: History and Adaptation.
The role of European Court of Human Rights
16. N. Frangakis: Systemic human rights violations in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights
17. V. Chirdaris: Criticizing Strasbourg, Lord Hoffmann, the Limits of Interpretation, the “Margin of Appreciation”, and the Problems Faced by the European Court of Human Rights
18. M. Tzifras: The European Court as a founding instrument for the implementation of
human rights
19. E. Salamoura: The right to be tried within a reasonable time and the restoration of the party’s “presumptive” prejudice
20. V. Chirdaris: The Greek part of the Strasbourg Court
21. P. G. Voyatzis: Dix arrêts importants dans la jurisprudence de la Cour Européenne des Droits de l’ Homme
22. S. D. Gryllis: La liberté de l’Europe
Many thanks to my friend Vassilis Chirdaris who did the editing of this special issue!

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