Schwerpunkt „Recht und Klimawandel“ des Jungen Forums der Österreichischen Juristenkommission und des ClimLaw: Graz by CARLOTTA GAROFALO Climate lawsuits have recently become a global phenomenon. As such, they have been increasingly successful in drawing media attention. However, the narrative about their novel and combative character often eludes an inconvenient truth: they…
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Schwerpunkt „Recht und Klimawandel“ des Jungen Forums der Österreichischen Juristenkommission und des ClimLaw: Graz by ANDREAS GUTMANN Climate is heated by fossil fuels whose extraction often causes severe damages both to nature and humans. If the law is to save the climate, it must therefore encompass both burning and extraction of…
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Schwerpunkt zum Schutz journalistischer Arbeit im europäischen Rechtsraum By SARA K. TORSNER Amongst the many aspects of jurisprudence, legal practice and the extant range of institutional forms the law occupies, there is the often overlooked sociological fact that the law is (amongst these many other things) a civil institution concerned…
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Suspension of Dublin-transfer because of the risk to be subjected to inhumane treatment by DERSIM YABASUN On 9 May 2014, the Verwaltungsgericht in Darmstadt declared that the transfer of a Somali national to the Netherlands in the context of the Dublin Regulation should be suspended because the applicant would run the…
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Von EVIN DALKILIC “One of the most disturbing aspects of the public response to Edward Snowden’s revelations about the scale of governmental surveillance is how little public disquiet there appears to be about it.“ But why should we care when most likely the majority of us will never even notice…
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