The EU Response to Terrorist Content Online: Too Little, (Maybe not) Too Late?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The fight against the dissemination of terrorist content online: a substantive framework. – III. The Commission’s proposal on the extension of the EPPO’s competence to terrorist conducts. – IV. The persistent role of Eurojust and Europol as crucial cybersecurity and human rights guardians. – V. Some...

Reshaping the Future of Europe with Complementary Currencies

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Table of Contents: I. The phenomenon of complementary currencies. – II. The bigger picture: the eurozone. – III. Legal status of complementary currencies in Germany. – IV. Societal challenges. – V. Collective design of money. – VI. Oligarchical and democratic ways of creating money. – VII. Conclusion.

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The Garden Grows Lusher: Completing the Narratives on Opinion 1/75

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Background of the case. – III. A short journey through the dossier. – IV. An insight into the atmosphere at the Court: procedural documents. – V. Of incomplete narratives and forks in the road: learning from the submissions. – V.1. Paving the way to admissibility: the affirmation of kompetenz-...

A 'Europe of Lawyers'? The Making of a Database on Cases and Lawyers of the CJEU

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction: why a database of lawyers at the Court of Justice is an important new tool for socio-legal inquiry. – II. The construction of the database. – III. The Court as a place of confluence. – IV. How to complement the analysis? – V. Concluding remarks.

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Defrenne v SABENA: A Landmark Case with Untapped Potential

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Insights into the dossier: towards a contextualisation of the landmark case. – II.1. The actors involved and the “hidden” sources. – II.2. The legal and political context of the case. – III. Behind the famous Defrenne II: the debate between horizontal and vertical direct effect and the...

The Benefits of Time Travel: Harnessing the Potential of the Historical Archives of the Court of Justice for Legal Research

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction: the added value of the archive for legal researchers. – II. Travelling across time and across cases: transversal Project insights.

Abstract: This Article engages with a core objective of the Court of Justice in the Archives Project: how best to...

The Court of Justice, Genuine Disputes and Jurisdictional Control: Making Sense of Foglia II in Light of Its Dossier

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The Foglia saga: towards jurisdictional control. – II.1. Foglia I and the facts leading to Foglia II. – II.2. Foglia II: main features and reception in the literature. – III. Paths not taken: reflecting on the dossier and its value. – III.1. A (lack of) genuine...

Towards a Legal History of European Law

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The lack of legal history of European law. – III. What kind of legal history for European law? – IV. Towards a legal history of European law.

Abstract: European law differs from other fields of law in that it has no well-established tradition for legal...

Activating Ultra Vires Review: The German Federal Constitutional Court Decides Weiss

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The preliminary reference of the German Constitutional Court and the preliminary ruling of the Court of Justice. – III. Not ultra vires! The problematic reasoning of the German Constitutional Court. – III.1. The attempt to redefine the methods of interpretation of EU law: The misconstruction of the...

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