The newest edition of the German Yearbook of International Law / Jahrbuch für Internationales Recht (2012) has now been published. Its extensive contents include a whole range of articles about the European Convention on Human Rights and the Court's case-law. Here are the titles and authors of those contributions:
* Mart Susi, ‘The Definition of a “Structural Problem” in the Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights Since 2010’.
* Peter Braasch, ‘Margin of Appreciation or a Victimless Crime? The European Court of Human Rights’.
* Julia Gebhard & Johannes Fuchs, ‘Equal (Enough), at Last? Latest ECtHR Jurisprudence in Ahrens v. Germany and Kautzor v. Germany on the Rights of Biological Fathers’.
* Rainer Grote, ‘The ECHRs Rulings in von Hannover v. Germany (No. 2) and Axel Springer AG v. Germany: Rebalancing Freedom of the Press with the Respect for Privacy’.
* Stephanie Schlickewei ‘Preventive Detention Revisited Before the ECtHR: O. H. v. Germany’.
* Julia Glocke ‘German Measures Against Islamic Extremist Organisation Upheld in Strasbourg: Hizb Ut-Tahrir and Others v. Germany’.
* Tobias Thienel ‘The Appointment of Public Officials, Interim Measures and Article 6 of the ECHR’.