The third issue of the year of the ECHR Law Review has just been published (Vol. 4, Issue 3). The issue contains one editorial, three guest editorial notes, two research articles and two book reviews. The contributions discuss such topics as the election process of judges at the European Court of Human Rights, the export of goods used for torture and Article 3 of the Convention and the state of life without parole in Europe, to name a few. This is the table of contents:
* Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, 'Reforming the Election Process of Judges of the European Court of Human Rights'
* Hans-Jörg Behrens, 'The Status of Judges: Intergovernmental Work on the Evaluation of Issues Relating to the Judges of the ECHR'
* Paul Mahoney, 'The Advisory Panel of Experts on Candidates for Election to the European Court of Human Rights'
* Helen Keller, 'How to Improve Independence and Impartiality of Judges of the European Court of Human Rights'
* Joëlle Trampert, 'The Export of Goods Used for Torture and the Applicability of Article 3 echr'
* Mugambi Jouet, 'The Abolition and Retention of Life Without Parole in Europe: A Comparative and Historical Perspective'
* Alla Tymofeyeva, 'Fundamental Rights Violations by Private Actors and the Procedure Before the European Court of Human Rights: A Study of Verticalised Cases, written by Claire Loven' (book review)
* Carla M Zoethout, 'Exporting the European Convention on Human Rights, written by Maria-Louiza Deftou' (book review)