Thursday 26 November 2020

ECHR Law Review Issue 2 is Now Available Online

The European Convention on Human Rights Law Review (ECHR Law Review) is a scholarly journal devoted exclusively to the Convention system. The second issue of the ECHR Law Review is now available online. It contains articles, book reviews, an interview and editorial note on such topical issues as the current pandemic, Court's authority and the rule of law backsliding, as well as more foundational topics concerning the execution of judgments, the argumentation before and review by the Court. Some articles are open access and others can be downloaded for free by following the instructions here

Contributors to this issue include the current president, a former judge and a former deputy registrar of the Strasbourg Court, and eminent and emerging scholars working on the Convention system. Here is the full list of contributions:

Authors: Vassilis P Tzevelekos and Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou
Normal as Usual? Human Rights in Times of covid-19


Authors: Mikael Rask Madsen and Robert Spano
Author: Conall Mallory
Author: Janneke Gerards
Author: Elif Erken
The Participation of Non-Governmental Organisations and National Human Rights Institutions in the Execution of Judgments of the Strasbourg Court
Book Reviews

Author: Michael O’Boyle
Author: Dimitrios Kagiaros