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Procedural review in European fundamental rights cases : introduction

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The analyses provided in this volume show at once the potential and the limitations of procedural review as a suitable approach for European Courts having to decide on fundamental rights cases. The question arises as to what form of procedural review would be the most appropriate for the European Courts to apply. The comparative analysis of case law shows that a great variety of approaches can be conceived. Hence there is no straightforward and easy answer to the main research question of this book, which is to what extent and how the 'argument from procedure' can be used in fundamental rights case law of the European Courts in a legitimate and practical manner.
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Human Rights - Europe, procedural review, fundamental rights cases

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Gerards, Janneke, and Eva Brems. 2017. “Procedural Review in European Fundamental Rights Cases : Introduction.” In Procedural Review in European Fundamental Rights Cases, ed. Janneke Gerards and Eva Brems, 1–16. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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Gerards, Janneke, & Brems, E. (2017). Procedural review in European fundamental rights cases : introduction. In Janneke Gerards & E. Brems (Eds.), Procedural review in European fundamental rights cases (pp. 1–16). Presented at the Expert Seminar on Procedural Review, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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Gerards J, Brems E. Procedural review in European fundamental rights cases : introduction. In: Gerards J, Brems E, editors. Procedural review in European fundamental rights cases. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2017. p. 1–16.
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Gerards, Janneke, and Eva Brems. “Procedural Review in European Fundamental Rights Cases : Introduction.” Procedural Review in European Fundamental Rights Cases. Ed. Janneke Gerards & Eva Brems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017. 1–16. Print.
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