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Judicial dialogue among inter- and supranational courts

Institutions
Courts
Jurisprudence
P221
Evangelia Psychogiopoulou
Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy
Clara Rauchegger
University of Innsbruck
Clara Rauchegger
University of Innsbruck

Abstract

Scholarship has not yet sufficiently addressed patterns of interaction between different international or supranational courts. This panel focuses on judicial dialogue between different international courts, such as (but not limited to) the CJEU and the ECtHR. It welcomes papers that explore the nature and breadth of judicial dialogue between international courts and questions of whether, how and to what extent international courts engage with each other's jurisprudence. The panel also seeks to examine the effects of judicial dialogue on judicial reasoning and factors that facilitate or hinder judicial dialogue.

Title Details
Do Luxembourg and Strasbourg trust each other? The CJEU’s engagement with the jurisprudence of the ECtHR in AFSJ cases concerning mutual trust View Paper Details
European Courts and judicial dialogue disentangling the refugee crisis: What scope for asylum seekers, refugees and irregular migrants’ rights? View Paper Details
Judicial dialogue, new technologies and digitalization: CJEU engagement with ECtHR case law View Paper Details
Judicial dialogue between the CJEU and ECtHR after accession View Paper Details
The Operations of International Criminal Courts and Tribunals in Times of Global Pandemics View Paper Details