Hague colloquium on fundamental principles of law.
Formatted Contents Note
Highest courts and the internationalisation of law: challenges and changes / A.S. Muller and M.A. Loth Supreme Courts in an internationalised world / J.P.H. Donner Supreme Courts in an internationalised world: challenges for the Trias Politica and the coherency of law? / E.M.H. Hirsch Ballin The Dutch constitution and the subordination of national legislation in conflict with provisions of international treaties / W.J.M. Davids The primacy of community law over national constitutions: the case of France / O. Dutheillet de Lamothe On middle ground - European Community law and public international law / R. Schutze Internationalisation and legitimacy of decisions by the highest courts / A.M. Hol The Constitutional Court of Slovenia and its role as an intermediary between national and international law / M. Skrk The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and the position of the national judge / W.M.E. Thomassen Domestic courts and international courts: an illustration and a conclusion / D.Grimm Modern challenges for the judiciary and the role of Supreme Courts / P. Koskelo Globalisation of the judiciary: ways of interaction / A.Usacka New methods for the international coherency of law / G. Canivet The role of the Israeli Supreme Court in the fight against terrorism / D. Beinisch Confronting comparative methods: approaches to using extra-systemic parameters by the Canadian Supreme Court and the South African Constitutional Court / A. Lollini The changing role of highest courts: concluding observations / M. Scheltema.
Proceedings of a Colloquium organized by the Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law, June 30-July 1, 2006.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-211) and index.