Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Bobek: Selecting Europe's Judges

Michal Bobek (College of Europe - Law) has published Selecting Europe's Judges: A Critical Review of the Appointment Procedures to the European Courts (Oxford Univ. Press 2015). Contents include:
  • Michal Bobek, The Changing Nature of Selection Procedures to the European Courts
  • Henri de Waele, Not Quite the Bed that Procrustes Built: Dissecting the System for Selecting Judges at the Court of Justice of the European Union
  • Damian Chalmers, Judicial Performance, Membership, and Design at the Court of Justice
  • Jean-Marc Sauvé, Selecting European Union's Judges: The Practice of the Article 255 Panel
  • Georges Vandersanden, The Real Test - How to Contribute to a Better Justice: The Experience of the Civil Service Tribunal
  • Koen Lemmens, (S)electing Judges for Strasbourg: A (Dis)appointing Process?
  • David Kosar, Selecting Strasbourg Judges: A Critique
  • Armin von Bogdandy & Christoph Krenn, On the Democratic Legitimacy of Europe's Judges: A Principled and Comparative Reconstruction of the Selection Procedures
  • Aida Torres Pérez, Can Judicial Selection Secure Judicial Independence? Constraining State Governments in Selecting International Judges
  • Alberto Alemanno, How Transparent is Transparent Enough? Balancing Access to Information versus Privacy in European Judicial Selections
  • Bilyana Petkova, Spillovers in Selecting Europe's Judges: Will the Criterion of Gender Equality Make it to Luxembourg?
  • Daniel Kelemen, Selection, Appointment, and Legitimacy: A Political Perspective
  • Mikael Rask Madsen, The Legitimization Strategies of European Courts: The Case of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Michal Bobek, Finding the European Hercules