New publication – Martin Brenncke – Judicial Law-making in English and German Courts, Intersentia, 2018

How far do contemporary English and German judges go when they interpret national legislation? Where are the limits of statutory interpretation when judges venture outside the constraints of the text? Do these limits converge or diverge in both jurisdictions? Judicial Law-making in English and German Courts is concerned with the limits of judicial power in both … Continue reading New publication – Martin Brenncke – Judicial Law-making in English and German Courts, Intersentia, 2018

NEW PUBLICATION: Hélène Tyrrell, Human Rights in the UK and the Influence of Foreign Jurisprudence (Hart 2018)

Human Rights in the UK and the Influence of Foreign Jurisprudence sits in Hart’s ‘Studies in Comparative Public Law’ series, which includes two closely related works: The Use of Foreign Precedents by Constitutional Judges by Tania Groppi and Marie-Claire Ponthoreau; and Judicial Decision-Making in a Globalised World: A Comparative Analysis of the Changing Practices of … Continue reading NEW PUBLICATION: Hélène Tyrrell, Human Rights in the UK and the Influence of Foreign Jurisprudence (Hart 2018)

Transnational judicial conversations

  Annual Seminar of the British Association of Comparative Law Nottingham University 9 September 2014 (9.30-12.30) Session 1: Judicial conversations in the field of criminal justice Professor Paul Roberts (Nottingham), “Cosmopolitan Criminal Jurisprudence: Beyond Comparison?” Professor Dirk van Zyl Smit (Nottingham), “Transnational judicial conversations about punishment.”   COFFEE BREAK (kindly sponsored by Intersentia)   Session … Continue reading Transnational judicial conversations