Having returned from an inspiring conference on the effects and implementation of Strasbourg judgments at the University of Göttingen in Germany, here follows a new round of recent ECHR publications in academic journals. The first one is from the latest edition of our own Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights:
* L. Van Den Eynde, 'An Empirical Look at the Amicus Curiae Practice of Human Rights NGOs before the European Court of Human Rights', NQHR, vol. 31, no. 3 (2013).
Secondly, then newest issue of the Cyprus Human Rights Law Review (vol. 2, issue 1, 2013), includes a number of contributions, both case notes and articles, related to the ECHR:
* Dean Spielmann, 'Article 6 ECHR in Criminal Proceedings: Recent Developments'.
* Daniel Rietiker, 'The European Court of Human Rights from a Comparative Law Viewpoint: A Logical Example of a ‘Mixed Jurisdiction’ Court'.
* Nasia Hadjigeorgiou,Kazali and Others v. Cyprus (no. 49247/08),6 March 2012.
* Noora Arajärvi, De Souza Ribeiro v. France (no. 22689/07) – Grand Chamber Judgement of 13 December 2012.
* Daniel Augenstein, 'Normative fault-lines of trans-national human rights jurisprudence: National pride and religious prejudice in the European legal space'.