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Volume 10, Issue 1, January 2014

Table of Contents

The Struggle for the Rule of Law in Romania as an EU Member State:
The Role of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism
Abstract PDF
Radu Carp 1-16
Reversing the Principle of the Prohibition of Reformatio in Pejus:
The Case of Changing Students’ Possibility to Complain about their Marks in Denmark
Abstract PDF
Inger Marie Conradsen 17-28
The Feminization of the Judiciary in Portugal: Dilemmas and Paradoxes Abstract PDF
Madalena Duarte, Paula Fernando, Conceição Gomes, Ana Oliveira 29-43
The Future of Foreign Direct Liability? Exploring the International Relevance of the Dutch Shell Nigeria Case Abstract PDF
Liesbeth Enneking 44-54
Complementing the Surveillance Law Principles of the ECtHR with its Environmental Law Principles: An Integrated Technology Approach to a Human Rights Framework for Surveillance Abstract PDF
Antonella Galetta, Paul De Hert 55-75
Revisiting Planned Relocation as a Climate Change Adaptation Strategy:
The Added Value of a Human Rights-Based Approach
Abstract PDF
Mariya Gromilova 76-95
The Dutch Confession: Compliance, Leadership and National Identity in the Human Rights Order Abstract PDF
Erik Larson, Wibo van Rossum, Patrick Schmidt 96-112
A New and Controversial Scenario in the Gathering of Evidence at the European Level: The Proposal for a Directive on the European Investigation Order Abstract PDF
Annalisa Mangiaracina 113-133
Naming and Shaming in Financial Market Regulations: A Violation of the Presumption of Innocence? Abstract PDF
Juliette J.W. Pfaeltzer 134-148
DNA and Law Enforcement in the European Union: Tools and Human Rights Protection Abstract PDF
Helena Soleto Muñoz, Anna Fiodorova 149-162
Prohibiting Remote Harms: On Endangerment, Citizenship and Control Abstract PDF
Jeroen ten Voorde 163-179

Academic News

EU Citizenship Research Project Awarded € 6.5 Million EU Subsidy PDF
  180-181
International Law Research Projects Win ERC Starting Grant and Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research Grant PDF
  182


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