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    Editorial | Volume 21 No. 4

    Dear Esteemed Reader, It is my pleasure to announce the most recent issue of the German Law Journal and remind you of our most recent Call for Special Issue Proposals (submission deadline 31…

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    Editorial | Volume 21 No. 3

    Esteemed readers, dear friends, Corona is dominating our lives. We hope that you and your loved ones are safe, and we feel with those under distress, in grief, and full of sorrow. Periods…

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    Volume 21 | Issue 3

    Border Justice: Migration and Accountability for Human Rights Violations Cathryn Costello and Itamar Mann A Topographical Approach to Accountability for Human Rights Violations in Migration Control Nikolas Feith Tan and Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen Hard Protection through Soft Courts? Non-Refoulement before…

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    Call for Special Issue Proposals

    Deadline for special issue proposal submissions: 31 July 2020 Submissions should be sent to Matthias Goldmann [goldmann@mpil.de] The German Law Journal has a proud and successful tradition of publishing timely and innovative special issues. Some…

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    Right to be Forgotten I | 1 BvR 16/13

    BVerfG Recht auf Vergessen I – Right to be Forgotten Unofficial convenience translation Guiding Principles to the decision of the First Senate of 6 November 2019 – 1 BvR 16/13 – a) Domestic…

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    Editorial | Volume 21 S1

    Volume 21 No. S1 A Message for Issue 21.S1 Esteemed readers, dear friends, It is my great pleasure to introduce you to our new Special Issue (vol. 21 issue S1) on the two seminal decisions…

  • Volume 21 (2020)

    Volume 21 | Issue 02

    Constitutional Identity in Europe: The Identity of the Constitution. A Regional Approach Tímea Drinóczi The Schmitelsen Court: The Question of Legitimacy Or Bassok Alexy and the “German” Model of Proportionality: Why the Theory…

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    Editorial | Volume 21 No. 02

    Volume 21 No. 2 Message for Issue 21.02 Dear Reader, The year is just six weeks old, but the German Law Journal is already releasing its second issue of the year. After starting vol…