HumanRights

Liber Amicorum Luzius Wildhaber

Human Rights ‒ Strasbourg Views / Droits de l’homme ‒
Regards de Strasbourg

Lucius Caflisch, Johan Callewaert, Roderick Liddell, Paul Mahoney,
Mark Villiger (Eds.)

Frontispiece, X, 602 pages, hardcover • ISBN 978-3-88357-138-6 • 2007 • € 162.-; US $208; £134; SFr. 314.-Students: 50 % reduction • Content: 31 contributions - in English: 23; in French: 8.

The present collection is published in honour of Luzius Wildhaber, President of the European Court of Human Rights (1 November 1998 ‒ 18 January 2007, Judge since 1991) on the occasion of his 70th birthday. This Liber amicorum is the work of friends and above all a tribute by colleagues. It brings together contributions giving "Strasbourg Views" on the Convention and the Court, a Strasbourg perspective on Human Rights as it were, as seen by authors exclusively from within the Court and its Registry.

Table of Contents / Table des matières

Preface by the Editors • Rudolf Bernhardt, Luzius Wildhaber: Member of the European Court of Human Rights since 1991 • Corneliu Bîrsan, La protection du droit de propriété : développements récents de la jurisprudence de la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme • David Thôr Björgvinsson, The EEA Agreement and Fundamental Rights • Vladimir Butkevych, The European Convention on Human Rights in the Context of the History of International Law • Ireneu Cabrai Barreto, Les effets de la jurisprudence de la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme sur l'ordre juridique et judiciaire portugais • Lucius Caflisch et Martina Keller, Le Protocole additionnel n° 15 à la Convention européenne des droits de l'homme • Johan Callewaert, Les voies de recours communautaires sous l'angle de la Convention européenne des droits de l'homme : la portée procédurale de l'arrêt Bosphorus • Jean-Paul Costa, Les arrêts de la Grande Chambre rendus après renvoi (article 43 de la CEDH) • Erik Fribergh, The Authority over the Court's Registry within the Council of Europe • Elisabet Fura-Sandström, Business and Human Rights - Who Cares? • Lech Garlicki, Broniowski and After: On the Dual Nature of "Pilot Judgments" • John Hedigan, The Princess, the Press and Privacy. Observations on Caroline von Hannover v. Germany • Sverre Erik Jebens, The Scope of the Presumption of Innocence in Article 6 § 2 of the Convention - Especially on its Reputation-Related Aspect • Danutė Jočienė, The European Convention on Human Rights in the Lithuanian Legal System: Lessons Learned and Prospects for the Future • Roderick Liddell, Reflections on Certain Aspects of the Kyprianou Judgment • Paul Mahoney, Thinking a Small Unthinkable: Repatriating Reparation from the European Court of Human Rights to the National Legal Order • Rait Maruste, The Impact of the Accession of Eastern Block Countries on the Convention Machinery and its Case-Law • Egbert Myjer, It is Never Too Late for the State - Friendly Settlements and Unilateral Declarations • Michael O'Boyle, Ne bis in idem for the Benefit of States? • Matti Pellonpää, The European Court of Human Rights and the European Union • Dragoljub Popović, Le droit comparé dans l'accomplissement des tâches de la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme • Christos L. Rozakis, The Contribution of the European Court of Human Rights to the Development of the Law on State Immunity • Dean Spielmann, Une internationalisation avant la lettre des droits de l'homme ? / À propos de l'avis consultatif de la Cour permanente de Justice internationale du 4 décembre 1935 • Françoise Tulkens, Droits de l'homme, droits des femmes. Les requérantes devant la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme • Riza Türmen, Human Rights and Poverty • Mindia Ugrekhelidze, Causation: Reflection in the Mirror of the European Convention on Human Rights (A Sketch) • Nina Vajić, Before ... and After: Ratione Temporis Jurisdiction of the (New) European Court of Human Rights and the Blecic Case • Mark E. Villiger, The Separate Opinions of Judge Wildhaber in the Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights • Vladimiro Zagrebelsky, Questions autour de Broniowski • Ineta Ziemele, International Courts and Ultra Vires Acts • Boštjan M. Zupančič, Morality of Virtue vs. Morality of Mere Duty or Why Do Penalties Require Legal Process whereas Rewards Do Not?