The Procedural and Organisational Law of the European Court of Justice: An Incomplete Transformation: Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy

Autor Christoph Krenn
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 22 sep 2022
How should judges of the European Court of Justice be selected, who should participate in the Court's proceedings and how should judgments be drafted? These questions have remained blind spots in the normative literature on the Court. This book aims to address them. It describes a vast, yet incomplete transformation: Originally, the Court was based on a classic international law model of court organisation and decision-making. Gradually, the concern for the effectiveness of EU law led to the reinvention of its procedural and organisational design. The role of the judge was reconceived as that of a neutral expert, an inner circle of participants emerged and the Court became more hierarchical. While these developments have enabled the Court to make EU law uniquely effective, they have also created problems from a democratic perspective. The book argues that it is time to democratise the Court and shows ways to do this.
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ISBN-13: 9781009247948
ISBN-10: 1009247948
Pagini: 202
Dimensiuni: 160 x 237 x 11 mm
Greutate: 0.44 kg
Editura: Cambridge University Press
Colecția Cambridge University Press
Seria Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy

Locul publicării:Cambridge, United Kingdom


1. Introduction; 2. What courts do: a normative theory of court decision-making; 3. On the template of the ICJ: the Court's liberal roots; 4. Luhmann in Luxembourg: the rise of the rule of law model; 5. Completing the transformation: proposals for democratising the ECJ; 6. Conclusion.

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This book provides the first theory on how decisions by the European Court of Justice should be made.