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I. Migrants, citizens, and status. Claims of rights. Statement of the global migration group on the human rights of migrants in irregular situation (2010) Making people illegal: what globalization means for migration and law (2008) / Catherine Dauvergne The rights of others: aliens,r esidents, and citizens (2004) / Seyla Benhabib Criminalizing presence. Judgement No. 249-2010 (Italian Constitutional Court, 2010) Judgement No. 250-2010 (Italian Constitutional Court, 2010) Vélez Loor v. Panama (Inter-American Court of Human Rights, 2010) El Dridi v. Italy (Court of Justice of the European Union, 2011) Crime, immigration, and ad hov instrumentalism (2012) / David A. Sklansky Bordering by law: the migration of law, crimes, sovereignty, and the mail (2015) / Judith Resnik Claims to stay: time and family relationships. Case of Jeunesse v. The Netherlands (European Court of Human Rights, 2014) The right to stay as a fundamental freedom? The demise of automatic expulsion in Europe (2016) / Mario Savino Kerry v. Din (Supreme Court of the United States, 2015) In re Monreal-Aguinaga (Board of Immigration Appeals, U.S. Department of Justice, 2001) The department of Homeland Security's authority to prioritize removal of certain aliens unlawfully present in the United States and to defer removal of others (2014) / Office of Legal Counsel, U.S. Department of Justice Calibrating rights: employment, health, and welfare. Mathews v. Diaz (Supreme Court of the United States, 1976) Ambach v. Norwick (Supreme Court of the United States, 1979) Advisory opinion OC-18/03 requested by the United Mexican States (Inter-American Court of Human Rights, 2003) Union of Refugee Women and Others v. Director, Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority and Others (Constitutional Court of South Africa, 2006) Judgment No. 236/2007 (Constitutional Court of Spain, 2007) The constitutional status of irregular migrants: testing the boundaries of human rights protection in Spain and the United States (2011) / Cristina M. Rodríguez and Ruth Rubio-Marín Revoking Citizenship. Citizenship deprivation: a normative analysis (2015) Pham v. The Secretary of State for the Home Department (Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, 2015) Bill C-24: an act to amend the Citizenship Act and to make consequential amendments to other acts (Statutes of Canada, 2014) Citizenship revocation, the privilege to have rights and the production of the alien (2014) / Audrey Macklin Case of Expelled Dominicans and Haitians v. Dominican Republic (Inter-American Court of Human Rights, 2014) Open borders and democratic authority. Spheres of justice (1983) / Michael Walzer The ethnics of immigration (2013) / Joseph Carens II. Constitutional rights to state-subsidized services. Subsidizing courts: waiving fees and funding lawyers. Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia v. British Columbia (Attorney General) (Supreme Court of the United States, 1996) M.L.B. v. S.L.J. (Supreme Court of Canada, 2014) Delhi High Court Bar Association v. Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (High Court of Delhi at New Delhi, India, 2013) Airey v. Ireland (European Court of Human Rights, 1979) Valiulienė v. Lithuania (European Court of Human Rights, 2013) The Supreme Court and litigation access fees: the right to protect one's rights / Frank I. Michelman Health, well-being, and security. International rights to well-being Tutela consolidated cases on health (Constitutional Court of Colombia, 2008) The right to health in the courts of Brazil: worsening health inequities (2009) / Octavio Luiz Motta Ferraz South Africa v. Grootboom (Constitutional Court of South Africa, 2000) Port Elizabeth Municipality v. Various Occupiers (Constitutional Court of South Africa, 2004) Social security: "Hartz IV" (Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, 2010) Benefits for asylum seekers (Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, 2012) Judgment No. 306 (Italian Constitutional Court, 2008) Conceptualing court's relationships to rights. Judging social rights (2012) / Jeff King Constituting economic and social rights (2012) / Katharine G. Young Constitutional rights and their limitations (2012) / Aharon Barak III. The EU, the ECHR, constitutional pluralism, and federations. The opinion of December 18, 2014. Opinion 2/13 (Court of Justice of the European Union, 2014) Analysis of the CJEU opinion. The CJEU and the EU's accession to the ECHR: a clear and present danger to human rights protection (2014) / Steven Peers European exceptionalism and the EU's accession to the ECHR (2015) / Turkuler Isiksel The EU's accession to the ECHR: a "NO" from the ECJ! (2015) / Editorial comments, Common Market Law Review The relationship between the EU and the ECHR five years on from the Treaty of Lisbon (2015) / Sionaidh Douglas-Scott "It's the autonomy, stupid!" A modest defense of opinion 2/13 on EU accession to the European convention on human rights (2015) / Daniel Halberstam Sovereignty, formalism, and integration. Hunter v. Martin, devisees of Fairfax (Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, United States, 1813) Solange I case (Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, 1974) Lisbon Treaty Case (Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, 2009) Sanchez-Llamas v. Oregon (Supreme Court of the United States, 2006) Medellín v. Texas (Supreme Court of the United States, 2008) Commission and Otheres v. Kadi (Court of Justice of the European Union, 2013) Constitutional pluralism: the European and international legal orders. Pure theory of law (1960) / Hans Kelsen How does European Union law fit into the world of public law? Costa, Kadi, and three models of public law (2011) / Mattias Kumm The philosophy of European Union law (2015) / Neil Walker Three claims of constitutional pluralism (2012) / Miguel Poiares Maduro IV. Extraterritoriality and human rights. The problem. Extraterritorial application of human rights treaties (2011) / Marko Mianovic Competing approaches. Strict territoriality. Sale v. Haitian Centers Council (Supreme Court of the United States, 1993) Disentangling territory, people, and law from borders (forthcoming 2016) / Judith Resnik Effective control. Hirsi Jamaa and Others v. Italy (European Court of Human Rights, 2012) Al-Skeini and Others v. United Kingdom (European Court of Human Rights, 2011) Differing national and regional approaches. United Kingdom. Smith and Others v. Ministry of Defence (Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, 2013) R (Sandiford) v. Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, 2014) Canada. Canada (Prime Minister) v. Khadr (Supreme Court of Canada, 2010) South Africa. National Commissioner of the South African Police Service v. Southern African Human Rights Litigation Centre and Another (Constitutional Court of South Africa, 2014) Israel. Adalah v. Minister of Defense (Supreme Court as the High Court of Justice of Israel, 2006) Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. Coard v. United States (Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, 1999) Mediating competing approaches. Reasonableness. Restatement (third) of foreign relations law of the United States § 403 (1987) Special rules ofr armed conflict. Memorandum opinion on the geographic scope of the convention against torture and its application in situations of armed conflict (U.S. Department of State, 2013) / Harold Hongju Koh The United States and the torture convention, part I: extraterritoriality (2014) / Sarah Cleveland A presumption against extraterritoriality. A reappraisal of the extraterritorial reach of U.S. law (1992) / Gary B. Born V. Extraterritoriality, privacy, and surveillance. Political soverignty and data: interpreting and enforcing privacy rights in the internet age. Google Spain SL, Google Inc. v. Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (Court of Justice of the European Union, 2014) [Claimant] v. Google Natherlands B.V. and Google Inc. (Amsterdam Court of Appeals, 2015) Asia considers "Right to Be Forgotten" ruling prompted by Google (March 12, 2015) / Simon Mundy California's "Online Eraser" law (2013) LICRA and UEJF v. Yahoo! Inc. (Tribunal de Grande Instance de Paris, 2000) Article 29 data protection working party, guidelines on the implementation of the EU judgment on Google Spain (2014) Advisory council to Google on the Rights to Be Forgotten (2015) Equustek Solutions Inc. v. Google Inc. (Court of Appeal for British Columbia, 2015) Political sovereignty and surveillance: intelligence gathering, individual rights, and transnational standards. ACLU v. Clapper (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 2015) Coalition for Reform and Democracy v. Attorney General (High Court for Kenya, 2015) Join Counter-Terrorism Database Case (Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, 2013) Liberty v. General Communications Headquarters (Investigatory Powers Tribunal, UK, 2014) Towards multilateral standards for surveillance reform (2015) / Ian Brown, Morton H. Halperin, Ben Hayes, Ben Scott, and Mathias Vermeulen.
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