Rule of Law in a Transitional Spectrum

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Ed. Rigmor Argren

Upplaga : 1
År : 2024
ISBN : 9789177372721
Sidor : 470

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This anthology is a collection of scholarly articles drawn from a series of digital webinars entitled The Rule of Law Series, hosted by Juridicum at Örebro University Sweden, during the corona pandemic in 2021. In December 2022, participants from the webinars were invited to an on-site workshop at Örebro University entitled The Rule of Law in a 2022 Year’s Context – Unpredictability, Digitalisation and Crises. At the workshop additional scholars interested in aspects of rule of law joined the discussions. A second round of webinars was convened in the spring 2023, which extended the network of interested researchers even further.

In this book, the rule of law kaleidoscope is examined thoroughly, and called into question. The volume contributions range from tax law, the role of the courts (specifically the EU and Strasbourg courts), digitalisation, environmental law, criminal law, and civil law. The collective enquiry undertaken in this book is guided by curiosity and a sincere desire to widely explore the adjustment and recalibration of the concept ’rule of law’ that may be required today. All is done with a desire to ensure that the rule of law remains viable in a transitional spectrum.

Contributing authors

Rigmor Argren, Julinda Beqiraj, Petter Danckwardt, Laura Ervo, Marco Evola, Ingun Fornes, Stjepan Gadžo, Eleonor Kristoffersson, Magnus Kristoffersson, Kateryna Nekit, Joakim Nergelius, Aljosa Noga, Kerstin Nordlöf, Yurii Orzikh, Mais Qandeel, David Silverlid, Alice Sunesson, Cristina Trenta, Yannick van den Brink.

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