by Frank HOPFEL and Robert KERT in Mireille DELMAS-MARTY and John A.E. VERVAELE (Eds.), "The Implementation of the Corpus Juris in the Member States - Volume 2" - book_chapter
This follow-up to the Corpus Juris study aims to analyse the feasibility of the Corpus Juris in relation to the legislation of the Member States and also to analyse the horizontal and vertical cooperation in the Member States.
by Rosaria SICURELLA in Mireille DELMAS-MARTY and John VERVAELE (Eds.), "The implementation of the Corpus Juris in the Member States: Volume I" - book_chapter
by Kai AMBOS - article
The International Criminal Court and the traditional principles of International cooperation in criminal matters
Speaking about the ICC and traditional principles of international criminal law appears somewhat Contradictory since, at first sight, the newly-founded ICC has nothing to do With these traditional...
by Jaan GINTER - article
This paper is an effort to analyse the issues that will arise if Estonia becomes a Member State of the EU and the EU gives effect, in some way, to the proposed version of CJ. The paper focuses...
by Steve PEERS - article
The function of the ECJ in the EC Treaty, according to Article 220 (former 164) EC, is to 'ensure that in the interpretation and application of this Treaty the law is observed'. More precisely,...
by Silvina BACIGALUPO in Albin ESER, Gunther HEINE and Barbara HUBER (Eds.), "Criminal responsibility of legal and collective entities : International Colloquium : Berlin May 4-6, 1998" - book_chapter
If in the coming century the question should be posed as to which were the mainissues dominating the development of criminal law in the last decade of this mil-lennium, the ...
by Magdalena MARTIN MARTINEZ - book