Direct Effect: Rethinking a Classic of EC Legal Doctrine
Is the concept of Direct Effect of EC Law out of date? Or does it need to be revamped as a keystone doctrine of EC Law? This was the central theme of the international conference organized in June 2001 at the University of Amsterdam by the Hogendorp Centre, the Amsterdam Law School, the Amsterdam Centre of International Law, the Europa Instituut and the Amsterdam Jean Monnet Platform. The conference brought together speakers from The United Kingdom, Belgium, France and The Netherlands, to address the topic not only from the perspective of EC law, but also from those of domestic constitutional law and public international law. Their contributions reflect the various dimensions of direct effect as a central doctrine of EC Law.
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myth mess or mystery?
Redefining direct effect
Uniformity v divergence
Ramifications of reliance on individual rights for
Member State remedies and procedural rules?
Procedural rules and remedies and nondirectly
Direct effect from the perspective of minimum
effect deriving from domestic constitutional law
The conditional nature of direct effect
consistent case law?
the nature of customary
Dr Gerrit Betlem
national mainly English German and Dutch case law
Direct Effect the Test and the Terms In Praise of
The doctrine of direct effect of directives
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