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a| Judge Pinto de Albuquerque and the progressive development of international human rights law / c| edited by Triestino Mariniello.
a| Leiden : b| Brill, c| 2021.
a| xii, 954 p.
a| The Judges v| 8
a| Includes bibliographical references and index
a| • Foreword • Laudatio for the Honorary Doctorate to Judge Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque • Part 1 The Politics of Human Rights • Chapter 1 The Relationship between the Convention and Constitutional Law • Chapter 2 The Relationship between the Convention and International Law • Part 2 The Human Rights Challenges • Chapter 3 Succumbing to Penal Populism • Chapter 4 Defending Society from Its Enemies • Chapter 5 New Forms of Punishment • Chapter 6 Promoting the Internet as the New Global Market of Ideas • Chapter 7 Defending the Foundations of the European Model of Social State (Sozialstaalichkeit) • Chapter 8 Empowering Migrants as Citizens • Part 3 The Methods of Human Rights Law • Chapter 9 Judge-Made Law: Is the Case Law Coherent? • Chapter 10 Strasbourg Consequential Orders: Words Blown against the Wind? • Table of Cases • Table of Treaties and Other International Documents • Bibliography • Index of Subjects
a| This is the first English written book that includes the most significant opinions of Judge Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque delivered at the European Court of Human Rights. He was the President of the Committee on the Rules of the Court, the President of the Criminal Law Group of the Court and the focal point for the international relations of the European Court with Constitutional and Supreme Courts outside Europe. Previously he had worked as an anti-corruption leading expert for the Council of Europe. As Full Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Lisbon, he has published, inter alia, 23 books in English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukranian and 65 legal articles and book chapters in those languages as well as Chinese and German. Since his appointment as a Judge in Strasbourg, he has authored 157 opinions that have significantly contributed to the development of international human rights law. The Judge’s decisions are regularly cited by academic scholars and practitioners in human rights law, public international law, criminal law, migration and refugee law.
a| Mariniello, Triestino.
a| Alburquerque, Paulo Pinto de.
a| The Judges v| 8