Lunch seminar with David Kosar

Judicialization of Judicial Politics by the European Court of Human Rights 


The European Court of Human Rights has gradually judicialized virtually every aspect of judicial politics. By doing so it has increasingly moved beyond its original mandate and made determinations about the design of domestic courts. It has judicialized individual as well as institutional aspect of judicial politics, shifted separation of powers by empowering courts over other branches of government, and encouraged significant changes in court administration. Yet by empowering domestic judiciaries, the European Court of Human Rights has also empowered itself.

All interested are welcome to attend. Registration is not necessary.

Feel free to bring your own lunch bag.