Selection of essays presented at the International Graduate Legal Research Conference at King's College London, in June 2008.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Towards proportionality as a proportion between means and ends /Martin Luteran Blown out of proportion: the case against proportionality as an independent ground of judicial review /Paul Daly Constitutional judicial review: the eclectic approach to constitutional interpretation /Nelson Dordelly-Rosales End of the pillars? A single EU legal order after Lisbon /Eulalia Sanfrutos Cano Rule and let rule: four strategies to overcome the 'democractic deficit' in the EU and their implementation in the Treaty of Lisbon /Matthias C. Kettermann Human rights protection in ECHR and EU law: a claim of non-divergence /Marton Varju Directive 2003/109 on long-term residence for third-country nationals: possible future interpretation in the European Court of Justice /Diego Acosta Coexistent yet interdependent spheres of competence: the interface between immigration and the internal market /Stephen Coutts Social human rights and third-country nationals in the EU: the case of social dumping? /Egle Dagilyte What have women got to do with peace? A gender analysis of the laws of war and peacemaking /Benedetta Faedi Duramy Europe's changing approach towards blasphemy: the 'right' not to be offended, sensitive identities and relativism /Dorota A. Gozdecka Particular or universal? National identity and human rights: a legal approach /Vincent Depaigne Judgment and solidarity: toward a phenomenology of moral and legal judging in Arendt and Adorno /Craig Reeves.
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Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2011.