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Jens Elo Rytter

Jens Elo Rytter

Professor

Teaching

Constitutional law

Human rights law

International law

Primary fields of research

Human rights law - notably european human rights law and the interaction between national and supranational protection and development of human rights

The constitutional role of courts - notably vis a vis Parliament and other legislative bodies 

Fields of interest

Human rights

Constitutional law

International humanitarian law

International law on the use of force 

Current research

Danish constitutional law in a european perspective - new textbook

Freedom of the press - the scope of the journalistic privilege

EU Charter on Fundamental Rights - potential effects, co-existence with the ECHR

Selected publications

  1. Published

    Which Freedom of the Press?: The Press Conceived as an 'Open Forum' or a 'Privileged Watchdog'

    Rytter, J. E. 2010 In : Scandinavian Studies in Law. 55, p. 181-209 29 p.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  2. Published

    Undtagelsestilstanden og dens judicielle efterprøvelse: Suspension af menneskerettigheder i kampen mod terrorisme

    Rytter, J. E. 2009 In : Juristen. 91, 4, p. 103-116 14 p.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  3. Published

    Den Europæiske Menneskerettighedskonvention - og dansk ret, 2. udg.

    Rytter, J. E. 2006 København: Karnov Group.

    Publication: ResearchBook

  4. Published

    No Punishment Without Guilt: The Case concerning German Prosecution of a Former GDR Border Guard

    Rytter, J. E. 2003 In : Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights. 21, 1, p. 39-61

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  5. Published

    Grundrettigheder. Domstolens fortolkning og kontrol med lovgivningsmagten

    Rytter, J. E. 2000 København: Gad Jura. 479 p.

    Publication: ResearchPh.D. thesis

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