Friday 5 July 2013

New ECHR Academic Articles

The newest update of human rights "current contents" (June 2013), from a very wide range of academic sources, has been put online by our SIM documentation team. The articles specifically related to the European Convention and the European Court include:  
* F. Dorssemont, 'The right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests under Article 11 ECHR: an attempt "to digest" the case law (1975-2009) of the European Court on Human Rights', Fordham International Law Journal, vol. 36, no. 2 (2013), pp. 185-235.

* B. de Wilde, 'A fundamental review of the ECHR right to examine witnesses in criminal cases', International Journal of Evidence and Proof, vol. 17, no. 2 (2013), pp. 157-182.

* J. Gerards, 'How to improve the necessity test of the European Court of Human Rights', International Journal of Constitutional Law, vol. 11, no. 2 (2013), pp. 466- 490.
* E. Ireland, 'Do not abort the mission: an analysis of the European Court of Human Rights case of R.R. v. Poland', North Carolina journal of international law and commercial regulation, vol. 38, no. 2, (2012/13), pp. 651-696.
* M. Rhinehart, 'Abortions in Ireland: reconciling a history of restrictive abortion practices with the European Court of Human Rights' ruling in A., B. & C. v. Ireland', Penn State Law Review, vol. 117, no. 3 (2012/13), pp. 959-978.
The American University International Law Review includes two ECHR-related articles in its volume 28 (2012/13), issues 2 and 3 respectively:
* E. Raulston, '(Un)justifiable? A comparison of electoral discrimination jurisprudence at the European Court of Human Rights and the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina', pp. 669-706.
* E. Lang, 'A disproportionate response: Scoppola v. Italy (no. 3) and criminal disenfranchisement in the European Court of Human Rights', pp. 835-872.
Finally, the European Human Rights Law Review in its issue no. 3 (2013) features:
* J. Costa, 'The relationship between the European Court of Human Rights and the national courts', pp. 264-274.
* R. Ó Fathaigh, 'Article 10 and the chilling effect principle', pp. 304-313.