Publications

In addition to his semestrial comments of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights, published in the Journal des tribunaux, Frédéric KRENC’s recent publications include:

  • “The acceptability of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights for contracting States: a permanent challenge”. SEE HERE
  • “The right to a fair trial in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights”, with Marie-Aude Beernaert. SEE HERE
  • “Judicial independence. Back to the basics of an essential guarantee in a democratic society”, with Françoise Tulkens.
  • “Say the law, render justice. What European Court of Human Rights?”. SEE HERE
  • “Arbitration in sport and the requirements of article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights”.
  • “A few questions about Protocol no. 16 of the European Convention on Human Rights – Expanding the dialogue.”
  • “On the striking out of the V.M. application by the Grand Chamber and the authority of the chamber’s previous judgment in which it found a breach of the Convention”.
  • “Freedom of expression applies to statements that ‘offend, shock or disturb’. But then what?”.  SEE HERE
  • “The dialogue between the lawyer and the European Court of Human Rights”. SEE HERE
  • “Disciplinary law and its relationship with the European Court of Human Rights. The current state of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights”, with Françoise Tulkens.
  • “The protection of personal data and the right to be forgotten”, with Françoise Tulkens.
  • “What are the challenges faced by lawyers in a Europe of Human Rights?”.
  • “The limitations of property right and expropriation”, with Bernadette Renauld.
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