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Programme

Session 1: September 7th 11.15 - 12.45 Grace Howard Room

 

 1A    Aoife Nolan (Durham)     
   'Rights, Obligations and Vulnerability: 
Corporations and the Poor'
1B    David Mead (East Anglia)
           Police decision making in relation to public protest.
 1C    Ruvi Ziegler (Lincoln College, Oxford)
           The disproportionate nature of prisoners' disenfranchisement.

Session 2: September 7th 13.45 - 15.15 Grace Howard Room

 2A    Cian Murphy (King's College, London)
           Supreme Courts?: Dialogue Between European and British Courts and Resurgent Legal Nationalism.
 2B    Cora Chan (University of Hong Kong)
          Deference, expertise and intelligence-gathering powers 
 2C     Ronah McQuigg, (Queen's University, Belfast).
           The Impact of the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities on the Courts of Victoria.

Session 3 September 8th 09.30- 11.00 Grace Howard Room

 3A    Fiona de Londras (UCD),
          A Tentative Typology of Judicial Approaches to National Security Measures.
 3B    Murray Wesson (Leeds)
          Non-discrimination and proportionality. 
 3C     Atina Krajewska (Exeter)
          The Right to Personality: A New Approach to Privacy in Europe.

Session 4 September 8th 11.30 - 13.00 Grace Howard Room

 4A    Farrah Ahmed (Queen's College, Oxford).
          Is personal autonomy an appropriate justification for religious freedom?
 4B    Daniel Fenwick (Durham)
           Exceptionally restrictive European abortion regimes and the European Convention on Human Rights: a step forward in ABC v Ireland or a step back?
 4C    Natasa Mavronicola (Cambridge)
           What is an 'absolute right'? The theoretical framework and the interpretation of Article 3 of the European Convention of Human Rights.
 

Available Papers and Abstracts

The justification of weak constitutional review and the interpretative duty of courts under s 3 of the HRA 1998 (Abstract) The weak by Tamas Gyorfi.
Deference, expertise and intelligence-gathering powers by Cora Chan.
What is an ‘absolute right’? A theoretical framework for the interpretation of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights by Natasa Mavronicola .
Deference, Expertise and Intelligence-gathering Powers by Cora Chan.
“Supreme Courts?: Dialogue Between European and British Courts and Resurgent Legal Nationalism” by Cian Murphy.
Exploring the Child’s Civil (Socio-economic?) Right to an Adequate Education in US State Constitutional Jurisprudence by Aoife Nolan.
Non-discrimination and Proportionality by Murray Wesson.
Restrictive European abortion regimes and the European Convention on Human Rights – a step forward in ABC v Ireland or a step back? by D.Fenwick.
The Right to Personality: A New Approach to Privacy in Europe? by A.Krajewska.
The disproportionate nature of prisoners' disenfranchisement' by Adv. Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler.
What is an ‘absolute right’? Theory and interpretation of Article 3 of the European Convention of Human Rights by N Mavronicola.