ICON • S 2021 Conference Preliminary Programme

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Day 1 | July 6 | Session I | Parallel Panels | 7:00-8:30 UTC -
Panel #1Evolutions in Anti-Discrimination and Equality LawChair: Amelia SimpsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Melanie Maurer
Anti-Discrimination Grounds as Exclusionary Reasons
Kenny Chng
Constitutional Equality and Executive Action – A Comparative Perspective
Anna FitzGerald
Human rights, educational wrongs and legal protection of the right to education for children with learning disabilities in the age of neuroplasticity
Arpita Sarkar
Inadequacies of anti-discrimination laws: Making a case for affirmative action
Riccardo de Caria
Offers They (Literally) Can’t Refuse: Searching for Balance Between Contractual Freedom and Anti-Discrimination Laws and Policies
Panel #2Book Launch: Federalism and Constitutional Law The Italian Contribution to Comparative RegionalismChair: Francesco PalermoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nikos Skoutaris
Italian Regionalism in a Comparative Perspective
Anna Gamper
The role of the constitutional courts in shaping federalism. Comparing Italy and Austria
Erika Arban
An intellecual history of Italian regionalism
Giuseppe Martinico
Federalism, regionalism, and the principle of subsidiarity
Maja Sahadzic
Asymmetries in regional systems: The case of Italy
Panel #3Comparative and empirical approaches to proportionalityChair: Andrej Lang2nd Chair: Niels Petersen3rd Chair: Mota KremnitzerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andrej Lang

Mota Kremnitzer

Talya Steiner
Comparative and Empirical Insights into Judicial Practice: Towards an Integrative Model of Proportionality
Niels Petersen
Alexy and the “German” Model of Proportionality – An empirical evaluation of the reconstructive dimension of the Theory of Constitutional Rights
Iddo Porat

Moshe Cohen-Eliya
Proportionality in the Age of Populism
Anne van Aaken

Roee Sarel
The Decision Architecture of Proportionality Analysis: Cognitive Biases and Heuristics
Talya Steiner

Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan

Liat Netzer
Necessity or Balancing: The Protection of Rights under Different Proportionality Tests – Experimental Evidenc
Panel #4Future of Illiberal Constitutionalism in RussiaChair: Aleksei DolzhikovNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aleksei Dolzhikov
Socialist Tradition in Constitutional Rights Adjudication in Russia: Back to the Future?
Evgeniya Gerasimova
Constitutional Justice and Prospects for the Development of Public Law in Russia: something old or something new
Alexander Salenko
Freedom of Peaceful Assembly in Russia: Constitutional Model and Post-Constitutional (D)Evolution
Tatyana Ezhova
“Greening” of the Human Rights and International Obligations of Russia
Panel #5Global Legislation and the UN Security CouncilChair: Gadi EzraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Monika Heupel
UN Security Council emergency powers and its normalization
Rossana Deplano
Re-reading the practice of the Security Council: from protecting sovereignty to protecting humanity
Hugh Breakey
UN Security Council Legislation and the multiple values of the Rule of law
Matthew Happold
What do we mean when we talk about Security Council legislation in 2021
Panel #6The fundamental rights concept of legal capacityChair: Zoltán Pozsár-SzentmiklósyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz

Bernadette Somody
The theoretical background of the fundamental rights concept of legal capacity
Péter Stánicz
Legal capacity of persons with impaired or developing decision-making capacity. Exercising fundamental rights for children, persons with disabilities and the elderly
Lívia Granyák

Dominika Kincső Hollós
Can organisations have fundamental rights?
Teodóra Nagy
Robot emancipation, or what future challenges the legal personality must face
Monika Florczak-Wątor
Discussant
Zdeněk Kühn
Discussant
Day 1 | July 6 | Session II | Parallel Panels | 8:40-10:10 UTC -
Panel #7Compliance with constitutionsChair: Jerg GutmannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jerg Gutmann

Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska

Stefan Voigt
The comparative constitutional compliance dataset
Abishek Choutagunta

Jerg Gutmann

Stefan Voigt
Shocking Noncompliance? Effects of Extreme Events on Constitutional Compliance
Jan Fałkowski

Jacek Lewkowicz
In practice or just on the paper? Some insights on the internal judicial independence
Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska

Jacek Lewkowicz

Jan Fałkowski
Political Conflict, Political Polarization, and Constitutional Compliance
Panel #8International Judicial Review: When Should International Courts Intervene?Chair: Shai DothanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mila Versteeg
Comment on book
Guy Seidman
Comment on book
Loveday Hodson
Comment on book
Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou
Comment on book
Jan Petrov
Comment on book
Panel #9Constitutional Amendments in South Asia: Towards a Global South PerspectiveChair: Melissa Crouch2nd Chair: Yaniv Roznai3rd Chair: Arun ThiruvengadamNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Siddharth Narrain
Reading Crowds into The First Amendment to the Indian Constitution
Ayesha Wijayalath
Constitutional adjudication on the basic structure doctrine in Sri Lanka
Mohammed Sayeed
How to do Basic Structure Review: the Sixteenth Amendment Case, Originalist Question, and the Moral Reading of the Constitution.
Yaniv Roznai
Discussant
Arun Thiruvengadam
Discussant
Panel #10Exploring European constitutional imaginary’s OTHERChair: Jan KomárekNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marina Bán
Mnemonic Constitutionalism in Hungary and EU Constitutional Imaginaries
Birgit Aasa
The Estonian ´East to West Migration´ as an Ontological Anxiety and its Lessons for Europe
Michał Krajewski
The Rule of Law and Social Justice in Poland: Searching for the Leading Constitutional Imaginary
Jennifer Pullicino-Orlando
Hungary and the End of Empire(s): The Mnemonics of Identity, Statehood and Constitutionalism
Panel #11Tensions between Courts and Tribunals in the EU - a patchwork of dialogues tearing apart at its seams?Chair: Michał ZiółkowskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jakub Jaraczewski
Battle of the Robes – the road towards the CJEU examining the independence of a constitutional court?
Władysław Jóźwicki
What if the rule of law principle and its discontents belong not only to common constitutional tradition of EU Member States but also belong to their particular constitutional identity?
Barbara Grabowska-Moroz
How difficult distrust is? Analysis of post-Celmer implementation.
Aleksandra Kustra-Rogatka
Judicial Polexit? The captured Constitutional Tribunal and the EU law
Michał Krajewski
Local tensions and limited European solutions: the case of judicial independence.
Panel #12Algorithms and the dangers of bias and discriminationChair: Anna OlijnykNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Victoria Guijarro Santos
A Crack in the Algorithm’s Façade
Niamh Kinchin
Artificial Intelligence & Refugee Credibility Assessments: Exposing Flaws, Revealing Opportunities
Ryszard Piotrowski
Democracy and Human Rights in an Algorythmic Society
Roman Rouvinsky

Tatiana Komarova
Digital personality and social credit: The new social contract or the end of constitutionalism?
Yoan Hermstrüwer

Pascal Langenbach
Fair Governance with Humans and Machines
Panel #13Countermeasures against the COVID-19 and Human Rights: Analysis on East-Asian Experiences in the light of the Constitutional PrinciplesChair: Akiko EJIMA2nd Chair: Seokmin LEENo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Akiko EJIMA
Can We Compare the Countermeasures against the COVID-19 Pandemic from the Perspective of Constitutional Principles?
Tae-Ho KIM
Constitutional Compatibility of Social Distancing Guidelines in South Korea
Yi-Li LEE
Balancing Public Health and Human Rights in the COVID-19 Context: The Case of Taiwan
Hiroko TATEISHI
Medical Triage and Rights to Life under the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of Japan
Seonmi JANG

Seokmin LEE
COVID-19 Vaccines and Human Rights : Preventing Discrimination
Kaoru OBATA
Discussant
Day 1 | July 6 | Session III | Parallel Panels | 10:20-11:50 UTC -
Panel #14Democracy and Rule of Law crisis: An Euro-Latinoamerican ApproachChair: Ruth Ferrero-TurriónNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Carlos Closa
Why is the EU so inefficient in securing compliance with rule of law by backsliding member states?
Jorge Resina de la Fuente
Post-pandemic states in Latin America. From weakness to repression?
Cristina Pérez Sánchez
Democracy and the State: a legal approach to the problems of Rule of Law and Justice in Spain.
Nuria Magaldi
EUROPEAN UNION MECHANISMS TO SAFEGUARD THE RULE OF LAW: THE CASE OF POLAND
Ruth Ferrero-Turrión
Democratic crisis in times of pandemia. The European case
María Luisa Ramos Rollón
REFLECTIONS ABOUT THE JUDICIALIZATION OF THE POLICY BASED ON CASES FROM LATIN AMERICA
Panel #15Diversity in International Courts: Questions of Representation, Accountability and MethodChair: Neus Torbisco CasalsNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Freya Baetens
Judges’ identity and diversity: differences between domestic and international adjudication
Aida Torres Perez
International Judicial Independence and Accountability: Two sides of the same coin?
Juliana Santos de Carvalho

Justina Uriburu
Listening to Ourselves: Analysing Knowledge Production on Identity and Diversity in the International Bench
Neus Torbisco Casals
Rethinking Representation in the International Bench. Towards a Diversity-Sensitive Approach
Panel #16Doing Comparative Constitutional Law in Pandemics: Insights from Lex-Atlas: Covid-19Chair: Anne PetersNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jeff King
Project Design: The Flight of the Bumblebee
Octávio Ferraz
The Twin Challenge of Country Selection and Country Rapporteur Recruitment
Eva Pils
Understanding Legal Responses to Covid-19: Challenges of Authoritarian Systems
Silvia Suteu
Gender and Legal Responses to the Covid-19 Pandemic
Pedro A. Villarreal
Sketching a ‘Lingua franca’ for Comparative Law in Pandemics
Panel #17Democratic backsliding and the erosion of liberal valuesChair: Maja SahadzicNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
John Stanton
Democratic decay and renewal in Malta
Shireen MORRIS

Andrew Ball
Technology, Inequality and Our Evolving Democratic Culture: Is Australia at Risk of Democratic Decline?
Shih-An Wang
The Erosion of the Liberal Public Sphere
Raphaël Girard

David Vitale
The Populist-Public Relationship and the Interaction of Public Trusts
Ge Chen
The Spill-over Effect of the Chinese Communist Party’s Regulation of Political Speech
Panel #18Next Generation EU - a new generation of law on financing the EU?Chair: Päivi Leino-SandbergNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Leino-Sandberg Päivi
The NGEU – a Constitutional Change without a Constitutional Change
Bruno De Witte
The NGEU – Creative Legal Engineering for a Good Cause
Benedikt Riedl
NGEU in the German Federal Constitutional Court
Matthias Ruffert
A leap forward or a step behind? NGEU and EU institutional law
Day 1 | July 6 | Session IV | Interest Groups | 12:00-13:30 UTC -
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Day 1 | July 6 | Session V | Parallel Panels | 13:40-15:10 UTC -
Panel #19Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Constitutional Reasoning in Latin AmericaChair: Johanna Fröhlich2nd Chair: Sebastián Umpierrez de RegueroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sebastián Umpierrez de Reguero
Conceptualising and Measuring Constitutional Reasoning in Latin America
Marie-Christine Fuchs

Juan Camilo Herrera
Rule of Law: A Key Concept of Constitutional Reasoning in Latin America
Johanna Fröhlich
Foundations of Constitutional Reasoning in Latin America
David Landau
Discussant
Mila Versteeg
Discussant
Julio Ríos-Figueroa
Discussant
Panel #20‘Is law a good idea?’: Caution tales from radical sexual movements and human rights litigationChair: Matteo WinklerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nausica Palazzo
Law is always a good idea: Establishing a conceptual link between queer families and registered partnerships
Graziella Romeo
Occupying the legal space: the emergence of feminism in the realm of legal argumentation
Pasquale Annichino
Framing Law and Religion Disputes. An exercise of Laws in context
Panel #21‘Why Are We Still Together?’ – The Role of Narratives in the ‘Future(s) of European Integration’Chair: Marco GoldoniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sabine Mair
Systems of Political Meaning Underlying EU Law
Massimo Fichera
Constitutional Time and the rule of law
Paul Linden-Retek
Analogies of law: Narrative thinking and the post-national polity
Panel #22“AUTOCRATIC LEGALISM” IN TURKEY: LEGALITY VS. CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACYChair: Felix PetersenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aydin Atilgan
The Autocratic Legalism in the New Dual States
Eylem Umit Atilgan
“Native” and “National” Legalism in Turkey: “We do not need Istanbul Convention!”
Dilsad Cigdem Sever
Authoritarian Dynamic and “Government Without Administration” in Combating Pandemic in Turkey
Panel #23Shaping The Future of Health Law: Challenges for Public Law.Chair: Maria Alessandra Sandulli2nd Chair: Flaminia Aperio BellaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Flaminia Aperio Bella
New health technologies and professional’s liability. The role of public law to prevent “remote defensive medicine”
Nicola Posteraro
Digitalization of healthcare sector: the Electronic Health Record
Livia Lorenzoni
ICT in medicine: rethinking of the administrative control procedures
Martina Sinisi
Data governance and Clinical risk management
Panel #24Author meets Author: Zaid Al-Ali's Arab Constitutionalism: The Coming Revolution and Madhav Khosla’s India’s Founding MomentChair: Sujit ChoudhryNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Zaid Al-Ali
Reflections on Khosla's “India's Founding Moment”
Madhav Khosla
Reflections on Al-Ali's “Arab Constitutionalism: The Coming Revolution”
Asli Bali
Comments on Al-Ali, “Arab Constitutionalism: The Coming Revolution” and Khosla, “India’s Founding Moment”.
Francisca Pou Giménez
Comments on Al-Ali, “Arab Constitutionalism: The Coming Revolution” and Khosla, “India’s Founding Moment”.
Panel #25Political truth and judicial trustChair: Rui LanceiroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luísa Neto
Updating the triad “liberty, equality, fraternity”: the search of a consensus over a new motto
Teresa Violante
The interaction between constitutional courts and legislatures in highly politicized conflicts
Anabela Leão
Constitutional State, Fundamental Rights and Vulnerability
Rui Lanceiro
Judicial protection of freedom of expression in the age of social media
Luísa Netto
The Brazilian Supreme Court and the obligation to deliver costly medicines – trying to strike an adequate balance
Panel #26Federalism Perspectives: lessons from Argentina (Spanish)Chair: Gustavo ArballoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gustavo Arballo
The Passing of Dual Federalism and what it means today – The Argentine case.
Damián Azrak
The shipwreck of the argentine federalism
Emiliano Vitaliani

Patricio Méndez Montenegro
The justiciability of the Guarantee Clause: Argentina and the United States between Thayer and J.H Ely
María Lina Carrera
Federalism, state autonomy and gender violence in Argentina
Panel #27How COVID made it worse: the pandemic and the exacerbation of inequalitiesChair: Erik LongoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Joana Machado

Sergio Negri
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, TECHNOLOGY AND VULNERABLE GROUPS IN THE COVID-19 CONTEXT
INES CIOLLI
Health and equal protection of women during the pandemic. The role of the public law.
Scott Stephenson
New Minorities & the ‘Tyranny of the Majority’ Problem
Fábio Braga
THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE VULNERABILITY CONCEPT IN LAW FROM SOCIAL JUSTICE THEORIES
Cristobal Alvear
Transgender Persons in Pakistan: Enforcement of Fundamental Rights in the COVID and Post-COVID world
Panel #28How to (re)shape the polity? Values and principles in constitutional and administrative lawChair: Teresa Pareja SánchezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Alessandro Ferrara
Can Rawls’s Case for Implicit Unamendability be Strengthened? Vertical Reciprocity and “Amending Legitimacy“
Pía Chible
From ‘internal morality’ to ‘administrative integrity’: Redeeming ‘Law and Leviathan’ in Ibero-america
Alexander Fischer
New Amendment-Metrics: Typologies and Taxonomies of Formal Constitutional Change
Rafael Cavalli
The normative force mitigation of the Brazilian constitution by constant constitutional reforms
Panel #29What’s left after the right: Five Years of “new” Constitutional Tribunal in Poland (2016-2021)Chair: Jacek KurczewskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lech Garlicki

Marta Derlatka
Constitutional Court in the Abusive Constitutionalism
Malgorzata Fuszara
Polish Constitutional Court and the Reproductive Rights
Kamil Jonski
Mind the Gap: Polish Constitutional Courts’ Perception Before and After 2015 Constitutional Crisis
Panel #30Evolving conceptions in International LawChair: Moritz SchrammNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kevin Crow
International Law and ‘The Natural’
MJ Durkee
International Legal Interpretation as Lawmaking
Michael Da Silva
Re-examining the Case for Non-Territorial Autonomy
Jesse Claassen
Safeguarding the Uniformity of EU Law: A Bottom-Up Approach to Revision of Cilfit
Omar Caramaschi

Patrizia Magaró
Territory and sovereignty of the State in the face of global constitutionalism and the new global subjects
Panel #31Constituting Peace? Internationalised Constitution-Making in (Post-)Conflict SituationsChair: Darin Johnson2nd Chair: Asli Ozcelik OlcayNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Boshko Stankovski
Framework agreements and the constitution-building process: lessons learnt from the Ohrid Framework Agreement
Ilana Rothkopf
We the People(s)?: Conflict-Related Constitutions and Conflict (non) Recurrence
Tarik Olcay

Asli Ozcelik Olcay
Accommodating Peace: ‘Matter of Degree’ Thinking in Transitional Constitutional Review
William Underwood
The Influence of International Law on Post-Conflict Constitutional Transitions: Towards Inclusion or Exclusion?
Day 1 | July 6 | Session VI | Parallel Panels | 15:20-16:50 UTC -
Panel #32BORDERS & PEOPLE: MIGRATION AND FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT IChair: Marcella FerriNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Asha Kaushal
BORDERING THE PANDEMIC: COVID-19, IMMIGRATION, AND EMERGENCY
Dorota Pudzianowska

Piotr Korzec
Human rights and the protection of stateless persons in case-law of the European Court of Human Rights
Samo Bardutzky
The reform of the Dublin system and its fault lines: on geography, solidarity and agency
Panel #33PUBLIC LAW AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS IChair: Luca GolisanoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sam Bookman
Mapping the “Climate Constitution”: Rights and Beyond
Sharon Yadin
Regulatory Eco-Shaming
Carola Glinski
The Impact of Climate Change on Regulatory Discretion
Violetta Ritz
Towards a Methodology of Specifying States’ Mitigation Obligations in line with the Equity Principle and Best Available Science: Assessing the Role of Integrated Assessment Models
Panel #34Beyond Political ConstitutionalismChair: Tom HickeyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Cannilla
‘Political’ political constitutionalism and the populist challenge
Christophe Moellers
The political constitutionalist case against political constitutionalism
Dimitrios Kyritsis
How (not) to argue the merits of liberal constitutionalism
Tom Hickey
Legitimacy – not justice – and the case of judical review
Aileen Kavanagh
From Political to Collaborative Constitutionalism
Panel #35International Influence on Constitution Making (Part A)Chair: Hanna LernerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tom Ginsburg
Constitutional Knowledge
Menaka Guruswamy
International influence or lack thereof on constitution making in South Asia: a look at India, Pakistan and Nepal
Muna Ndulo
Constitution Making, Post Conflict States and External Actors
Hanna Lerner
International Constitutional Advising: Mapping the Field and Assessing Impact
Elisabeth Perham
Discussant
Panel #36Recent transformations of the Economic Constitution (Italian)Chair: Sara Spuntarelli2nd Chair: Elena VivaldiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marialaura Rea
CONSUMER PROTECTION IN THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS
Enrico Verdolini
Public powers in the economy, competition rules and European temporary framework on state aid
Francesco Lucherini
Social rights and housing needs
Alessandro De Nicola
Fiscal rules in the post Covid Era
Francesco Medico
European Central Bank, quantitative easing and monetary policy
Panel #37Gender, religion and identity conundrums and the rise of populism and nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe and Latin AmericaChair: Silvia GagliardiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Agnieszka Graff
Anti-Gender Mobilization and Right-Wing Populism, Eastern Europe and Beyond
Dorota Szelewa
Gender, Right-Wing Populism and Family Policy Discourses in Hungary and in Poland
Julia Roth

Ligia Fabris
Gendered Patterns of Contestation to Women’s and Gender Rights in Latin America: Trans Rights in Brazil as an Exemplary Case
Panel #38International institutions' role in shaping legal concepts: a comparative showcaseChair: Hannah BirkenkoetterNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Michele Krech
Normative Ordering in Global Administrative Space: Meanings of ‘Gender Equality’ in World Athletics
Gabriele Wadlig
The Role of the UN in Global Land Governance: (Re)Conceptualizing Land Tenure Security for the Global Indicator Framework
Giacomo Tagiuri
The Protean Consumer: Competing Conceptions of the Consumer as Drivers of EU Law and Policy-Making
Hannah Birkenkoetter
Executive interpretation within the UN system: the rule of law as a means to implement UN norms and standards
Panel #39Paths of Change in International Law IChair: Nico Krisch No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nico Krisch

Ezgi Yildiz
From Drivers to Bystanders: The Varying Roles of States in International Legal Change
Jaye Ellis
The Turn to Metrics in International Environmental Law
Pedro José Martínez Esponda
Change in International Law Through Informal Means: The Rise of Exceptions to State Official Immunity for International Crimes
Nina Reiners
The States-as-Bystander Effect in Human Rights Law
Eyal Benvenisti
Discussant
Panel #40The ECtHR and its PublicsChair: Or BassokNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jens Theilen
Different rationales for referring to the ECtHR’s publics: European consensus between strategy and principle
Silvia Steininger
Talking to Strangers: Uncovering the Institutional Communication of the ECtHR
Shai Dothan

Dmitry Kurnosov
How Specific Should Judicial Oversight Be?
Or Bassok
The Excellent is the Enemy of the Good: The ECtHR as a Protector of Human Rights rather than the Guardian of Democracy
Panel #41Big data, social platforms, protection and use of informationChair: Francisco Abreu DuarteNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Pierre Notermans
Data security vs National security – Reflections about encryption, cloud computing and (non) personal data.
Lucas Henrique Muniz da Conceição

Shailesh Kumar
Digital Dissent and Freedom of Expression in India’s Social Media Platforms
Hannele Isola-Miettinen





DIGITAL PUBLIC POWER – THE RIGHT TO CONTROL THE PERSONAL DATA
Olia Kanevskaia
ICT Standards Bodies as Institutions of Global Economic Governance: What Role for the WTO?
Rishi Gulati
The Institutional Design of the Facebook Oversight Board – A Model for the Future?
Joao Archegas
The Last Frontier of Constitutionalism is… Facebook? Assessing the Oversight Board’s first handful of decisions
Panel #42PUBLIC LAW AND FEMINISM: CHALLENGES AND EVOLUTIONS IN GENDER EQUALITYChair: Sara BrochetNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Saptarshi Mandal
Constitutionalising Social Reproduction: Motherhood and Gender Equality in India
Lorena Chano Regaña
Gender equality in rural areas of Extremadura
Sofia Sutera
IHL and WPS: constructing victims or creating agents?
Alexander Lazovic
The Court of Justice and Childcare: Connexion between the Structure of Decision-Making at the CJEU and the Evolution of its Jurisprudence on Equal Care.
Cornelia Weiss
The Forgotten First Feminist Peace Treaty: The Continuing Relevance of the 1919 Treaty of Versailles for Addressing Discrimination Against Women
Panel #43NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FIELD OF SOCIAL RIGHTSChair: Margherita VolpesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eduardo Moreira
Basic Income adoption after Supreme Court ruling
Leonardo Felipe de Oliveira Ribas

Critical-legal analysis of the violations of the human right to food in Brazil
Maria Kotsoni

Learning from previous crises: The constitutionalization of the decent standard of living in Greece.
Sarah Ganty
Poverty as Misrecognition: What Role for Antidiscrimination Law in Europe?
Mariam Begadze
Public Law’s Concern for Path-Dependent Institutions
Georgios Milios
The non-discrimination principal on grounds of disability and health in the international, EU and Spanish legal system
Day 1 | July 6 | Session VII | Plenary Panel: Technology and the Future of Public Law | 16:00-17:30 UTC -
Technology and the Future of Public LawChair: Lorenzo Casini Co-president, International Society of Public Law

Jamal Greene | Columbia Law School

Sofia Ranchordas | University of Groningen

Catalina Botero | Universidad de los Andes

Moderator: Lorenzo Casini | ICON-S

Day 1 | July 6 | Session VIII | Parallel Panels | 17:40-19:10 -
Panel #44Brazilian Constitutionalism Under Siege: Covid-19 pandemic, authoritarianism and risks to democracyChair: Raoni Bielschowsky2nd Chair: Luciana ReisNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rafael Cabral
Deconstituents practices and the advance of democratic erosion in Brazil
Ulisses Levy Silvério dos Reis
The National Security Law under Bolsonaro government in the Brazilian democratic backsliding
Lizziane Souza Queiroz Franco de Oliveira

Maria Teodora Rocha Maia do Amaral
The Covid-19 pandemic in Brazil as a circumstantial limit to amendment the Constitution
Maria Clara Santos

Raoni Bielschowsky
Authoritarian liberalism and deregulation: fundamental rights under siege in Brazil
Luciana Reis
Discussant
Panel #45Can Constitutional Democracy Survive Populism?Chair: Kriszta KovacsNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tarun Khaitan
A Case for Moderated Parliamentarism: Balancing Accountability and Effectiveness
Kim Lane Scheppele
“Populism” Is Not Helpful
Tom Ginsburg
The End of Institutions
George Tsebelis
Multiple Vote System: A Remedy for Political Polarization
Panel #46Fundamental Rights and Digitalisation (Spanish)Chair: Argelia Queralt-Jiménez No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Argelia Queralt Jiménez
Freedoms of expression and information in a digitalised democracy
Susana de la Sierra
Effective judicial protection in the digital age
Rosa Fernández Riveira
The right to suffrage in the digital age
Luz Rodríguez Fernández
The impact of digitalisation on social rights
Paz Lloria García
Digitalization and violence against women
Dolors Canals Ametller
Fundamental rights and cybersecurity
Panel #47Challenges of multilevel legislation and democratic acountabilityChair: Rui Lanceiro2nd Chair: Inês Marinho3rd Chair: Mariana Melo EgídeoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
António Delicado
Implementation and monitoring of supra-state binding legal instruments: lessons learned from United Nations Conventions in Portuguese Speaking Countries
João Silveira
The Copy/Paste Approach to Transpose EU Directives
Rui Lanceiro
How to reconcile the drafting rules and practices of the Member-States with the rules and practices of the EU?
João Trindade Cavalcante Filho

Victor Marcel Pinheiro
Multilevel legislation in the Brazilian Federation: recent case law on decentralization and the emergence of conditioned federal funds transfers
Mariana Melo Egídeo
Discussant
Inês Inverno
Discussant
Panel #48Roundtable on Comparative Administrative Law in Latin America: Present and FutureChair: Eugenio García-HuidobroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eduardo Jordão
Discussant
Cecilia Garibotti
Discussant
Eugenio García-Huidobro
Discussant
Panel #49Constitutional Law in the (Un)Making: International Law and Other Ways of Changing Public LawChair: Pedro Caminos2nd Chair: Joaquín MillónNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Florencia Saulino
The Right to a Healthy Environment and the Trap of Collective Rights
Magalí Miranda
The Margin of Appreciation in the Inter-American Human Rights System and its Use by the Supreme Court of Argentina
Patricio Méndez Montenegro
Importing the Margin of Appreciation Doctrine to Dysfunctional Federal States. The Case of Argentina
Lorena González Tocci
The role and influence of precedent in Constitutional Decision-Making. The Case of Argentina
Ignacio Colombo Murúa
A Methodological Problem in the Construction of the Doctrine of the Control of Conventionality
Joaquín Millón
Fraternity in Constitutional Interpretation
Panel #50Economic Constitutions in Latin AmericaChair: Magdalena CorreaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Johanna del Pilar Cortes Nieto

Natalia Torres Zuñiga
Economic constitutions and political economy: A renewed agenda for Latin American constitutionalism
Enrique Prieto-Ríos

Juan Pablo Pontón-Serra
International Investment Agreements in Colombia: Compatibilities and Incompatibilities in Thirty Years of Constitutional Control
Cesar Ochoa Cardich
The Peruvian Socio-Economic Constitution in Times of Pandemics
Cruces Alberto
Consequences of the adoption of a constitutional economic regime
Panel #51LAW IN PANDEMIC TIMES AND ITS IMPACTS IN BRAZIL: Analysis of jurisdictional measures in the context of COVID-19Chair: vera karam de chueiri2nd Chair: Katya KozickiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Melina Fachin

Leticia Porto
Pandemic dialogues on human rights between Brazil and the inter-american human rights system
Carolina Santana
Genocide: the forbidden word in Brazil
Eloy Terena
Brazilian genocide of indigenous people in COVID-19 times
Miguel Godoy

Vera Karam de Chueiri
Brazilian supreme court and pandemics: between the norm and the (E)(e)xception
José Arthur Castillo

Miguel Godoy
The lack of coordination in the federative battle against COVID19 pandemics
Leandro Gorsdorf

Thiago Hoshino
Pandemic and human rights in Brazil: frameworks of access of justice
Panel #52International Criminal Law: challenging issuesChair: Gabriela González-NiñoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Pablo Kalmanovitz
Can organized crime be treated as a non-state party to an armed conflict?
Laurence Helfer

Jayne Huckerby

Brandon Garrett
Closing International Law’s Innocence Gap
Ryan Liss
Criminal Law in a World of States
Melinda Rankin
De facto International Prosecutors in a Global Era: With My Own Eyes
René Provost
The Administration of Justice by the Islamic State and the Taliban and the Requirements of International Legality
Panel #53PUBLIC LAW AND INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVESChair: Pablo Rivas-RobledoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Javier Gallego
Are Nudges Legal? On Nudges, Human Dignity and the Rule of Law
Netta Barak-Corren

Yael Kariv-Teitelbaum
Behavioral Responsive Regulation
Viviana Ponce de León Solís
Nudging and disadvantaged groups: insights from the Chilean experience
Day 1 | July 6 | Session IX | Parallel Panels | 19:20-20:50 UTC -
Panel #54Levy, O'Fynn and Kong, Deliberative Peace Referendums (OUP 2021) launch and discussionChair: Ron Levy2nd Chair: Hoi Kong3rd Chair: Ian O'FlynnNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ron Levy

Ian O'Flynn

Hoi Kong
Deliberative Peace Referendums
Charles Sabel
Launch of Deliberative Peace Referendum book
Sivia Suteu
The Legitimacy of Boycotted Referendums
Leah Trueblood
Referendums as Representative Democratic Processes
Panel #55Reframing Human Rights in a Turbulent EraChair: Judge Julieta Lemaitre No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Katharine Young
Discussant
Adam Chilton
Discussant
Maria Emilia Mamberti
Discussant
Gráinne de Burca
Author Response
Panel #56BEYOND HETERONORMATIVITY: TRANSFORMATIONS IN FAMILY LAWChair: Paulina Macías OrtegaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Netta Barak-Corren
A License to Discriminate? The Empirical Consequences and Normative Implications of Religious Exemptions
Silvia Romboli
Italian Constitutional Court denies access to Lesbian couples to assisted procreation techniques: Towards a conviction by the European Court?
Bernardo Campinho
Same-sex marriage, human rights and constitutional adjudication: a comparative analysis of decisions of the constitutional courts of Spain, Brazil and the United States
Panel #57Regional Courts and the Sustainability of DemocracyChair: Palmina Tanzarella2nd Chair: Irene SpignoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Valentina Rita Scotti
The sustainability of democracy. A case-study on the impact of ECtHR’s decisions in Turkey
Simone Penasa
Right to Vote and the Right to have the Last Word: Russia and the European Court of Human Rights Facing Political Rights
Alessandra Osti
Much Ado About Nothing? The long lasting political resistance to the implementation of ECtHR Judgments on prisoners’ voting.
Yessica Esquivel Alonso

Fernando Gustavo Ruz Dueñas
Political rights in Venezuela: a pending issue
José Antonio Estrada Marún

Luis Efren Rios Vega
Threats against Political Rights and Democracy in Colombia: Execution of Political Leaders
Panel #58Regulatory challenges in a post COVID-19 in Latin America. Through Environmental and human rights visionChair: Andres Martínez-MoscosoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andrés Martínez-Moscoso
Recycling and COVID-19. Regulatory response during confinement in Ecuador
María del Pilar García-Pachón
Challenges and legal commitments of Colombia in the face of climate change
Teresa Magnolia Preciado-Rodríguez
113 / 5000 Resultados de traducción International Human Rights Law and the transformation of Sovereignty in Mexico as of 2011.
Christian Rojas-Calderon
Integrated management of water resources in water regulation. Challenges against COVID-19
Panel #59Taming Chaos. Judges and Courts grappling with the Challenges of the Pandemic (Italian)Chair: Luca GiacomelliNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Federica Barletta
Public Control of Covid-19 Emergency between the Choice of Administration and the Administrative Judge
Alberto Cappellini
Regulating the Pandemic through Criminal Law: Implementation of Social Blame and the role of Judicial Control
Maria Sole De Cristofaro

Luca Giacomelli
The Role of Constitutional Justice in Times of Emergency
Panel #60VIOLENCE AGAINST INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN LATIN AMERICAChair: Ana Maria D'Ávila Lopes2nd Chair: Felipe ParedesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Maria D'Ávila Lopes
VIOLATION OF THE CULTURAL RIGHTS OF BRAZILIAN INDIGENOUS PEOPLES BY THE PUBLIC POLICIES TO COMBAT THE PANDEMIC OF COVID 19
Felipe Paredes
THE NEW WAVE OF STATE VIOLENCE AGAINST MAPUCHE PEOPLE IN CHILE
Fernanda Bragato
LAND RIGHTS STRUGGLE IN A CONTEXT OF ATROCITIES: THE BRAZILIAN CASE
Julián Tole Martínez
HUMAN RIGHTS AND VIOLENCE AGAINST INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: WHAT IS HAPPENING IN COLOMBIA?
Bruce Barnaby
VIOLENCE AGAINST INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN PERU. CAUSES, CHARACTERISTICS AND THE ROLE OF STAKEHOLDERS.
Miguel Rábago Dorbecker
THE UN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF PEASANTS AND OTHER PEOPLE WORKING IN RURAL AREAS AND GLOBAL AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION CHAINS. IMPACT ON AMAZONIAN INDIGENOUS FARMERS
Panel #61Judicial Accountability and/or Judicial IndependenceChair: Emilio Peluso Neder Meyer2nd Chair: Thomas BustamanteNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Emilio Peluso Neder Meyer

Thomas Bustamante
Judicial Accountability in Brazil: A Case of Unconstitutional Ineffectiveness
Tímea Drinóczi
The functioning of illiberal constitutionalism: Polish and Hungarian case studies on judicial independence
Neliana Rodean Orlandi
Romanian Judicial independence under pressure
Anna Sobaczewska
Judicial Accountability – its manifestations and paradoxes
Jan Van Zyl Smit
Judicial independence and accountability in Kenya: the impact of constitutional reform and implementation, including judicial vetting
Panel #62(STILL) A SYSTEM OF CHECK AND BALANCES? THE SEPARATION OF POWERS TO THE TEST OF MODERN TIMES IChair: Raquel SarriaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Chris Monaghan
Empowering the House of Commons: the constitutional justifications for the use of impeachment within the United Kingdom
PATRICIA GARCÍA MAJADO
From the immunity of the ancients to the immunity of the moderns
Roberto Machado Filho

Miguel Godoy
Institutional Design of Impeachment Procedures
Roberta Nogarolli
JUDICIAL PROTAGONISM, A BRASILIAN INSTITUTIONAL REALITY – FROM DWORKIN
Juliano Benvindo
Rule of Law as an “Institutional Equilibrium”: Analytical Impacts on Unequal Societies
Day 2 | July 7 | Session X | Parallel panels | 00:00-01:30 UTC -
Panel #63Abusive Constitutional Borrowing: A Panel DiscussionChair: Sam Issacharoff No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rosalind Dixon Dixon

David Landau
Abusive Constitutional Borrowing
Kim Lane Scheppele
Discussant
Oren Tamir
Discussant
Alvin Cheung
Discussant
Panel #64Challenge and Change in Australian Public LawChair: Melissa Castan2nd Chair: Luke BeckNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luke Beck

Melissa Castan
The challenges of assessment design in Constitutional Law teaching
Marilyn Pittard
Pandemic orders and public health; Challenges in workplace laws
Paul Burgess
I Believe in (the Rule of Law) Fairies: The Distance Between Conceptions of the Rule of Law Fairies in Public Discourse and Conceptual Meaning
Murray Wesson
Extreme Speech and the Implied Freedom of Political Communication
Panel #65The Comparative Analysis of the Governmental Measures against Covid-19 in East AsiaChair: Mayu TeradaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Masahiko Kinoshita
Emergency declaration without concentration of power: The Japanese legal framework against Covid-19
Guanchi Zhang
Managing Boundary, Normalizing Control: How China Utilizes Boundaries to Battle the Long Pandemic
Il-Young Jung
Korean regulations on COVID19 and the receptivity of the public
Minh Tuan Dang

Cong Giao Vu
Good Governance and Human Rights Limitations in the Fight against Covid-19: The Case of Vietnam
Mayu Terada
Structure of Administrative Organization by Utilizing Experts
Day 2 | July 7 | Session XI | Parallel panels | 01:40-03:10 UTC -
Panel #66Saving Work, Saving Markets? Public Law and Policy Post-COVIDChair: Sam MoynNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cynthia Estlund
Book panel discussion
Rosalind Dixon

Richard Holden
Book panel discussion
Betsey Stevenson
Discussant
Ganesh Sitaraman
Discussant
Panel #67Nationality versus Residence? Part I: Political Legitimacy between the Nation State and Local CommunitiesChair: Yukio OkitsuNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yukio Okitsu
A Conceptual Framework for “Nationality versus Residence,” or Representedness versus Affectedness
Nami Thea Ohnishi
Inclusion of Foreign Residents in Japanese Local Governments
Akira Inayoshi
The Change of the Political System of a City Where Emigrants Depart; A Study of Japan in the Early 20th Century
Panel #68Gender Equalities in Comparative Perspective: Canada, India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and U.S.Chair: Suzanne KimNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Suzanne Kim
The Law of Care
Kyoko Ishida
Women’s Access to Justice in Japan – Findings from Civil Litigation User Survey
Holning Lau

Kelley Loper
Construing Sex Discrimination Prohibitions in India and Hong Kong
Angela Campbell
Canada’s Family Justice Reform
Chao-ju Chen
Family Law as Public Law in a Marriage-free State
Day 2 | July 7 | Session XII | Parallel panels | 03:20-04:50 UTC -
Panel #69Constitutional Justice and rights (Spanish)Chair: Jorge Benavides O.No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jhoel Escudero S.
Dialogical integral repair in structural inequality sentences.
María Helena Carbonell
The vectors of incorporation of International Human Rights Law in the work of the Ecuadorian Constitutional Court. Case study: Judgment No. 1 1-18-CN / 19.
Lina Parra
Rethinking Social Rights in the Constitutional Law due to the Covid-19 Crisis
Sebastián López
ECUADOR: AMONG A STRONG AND/OR WEAK MODEL OF JUDICIAL REVIEW OF CONSTITUTIONALITY
Dunia Martínez
The constitutionality block and the criteria for its incorporation into the ecuadorian constitutional jurisprudence.
Jorge Benavides

Gonzalo Ramírez
Constitutional amendments and constitutional control in times of pandemic.
Panel #70Freedom of Speech in Comparative Perspective: A Panel DiscussionChair: Rosalind Dixon 2nd Chair: Lynsey Blayden No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gautam Bhatia
Contributor/Discussant
Denise Myerson

Catriona Mackenzie
Contributor/Discussant
Robert Post
Discussant
Adrienne Stone

Frederick Schauer
Introduction and response from the editors
Day 2 | July 7 | Session XIII | Parallel panels | 7:00-8:30 UTC -
Panel #71RELIGIOUS FREEDOM, MAJORITIES AND MINORITIES IN DIVERSE SOCIETIESChair: Kenny ChngNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Netta Barak-Corren

Noam Gidron

Yuval Feldman
Majority Nationalism Laws and the Equal Protection of Minorities: Experimental and Observational Evidence from Israel
Shucheng Wang
Protestant House Churches as Guerrillas: An Illegality Approach to Religious Freedom
Juhyun Park

Soojin Nam
Shabbat and Shattered Dreams: Use of Proportionality in Religious Accommodation Law in Korea
Wojciech Brzozowski
The coddling of the religious mind: How overaccommodation of religious sensitivities in Europe distorts the true meaning of freedom of religion or belief
Panel #72Ideology, Dissent and (Dis)Trust at Constitutional Courts in Central EuropeChair: Polona BatageljNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kálmán Pócza

Gábor Dobos

Attila Gyulai
Dissenting Coalitions in Politically Relevant Cases at the Hungarian Constitutional Court 1990-2018
Susanne Gstöttner

Konrad Lachmayer
Judicial ideology at the Austrian Constitutional Court
Matej Avbelj
Judicial Dissent, Ideology and Three Conceptions of Law
Janez Šušteršič
When Do Judges Decide to Disagree?
Panel #73Civic Action and the Rule of Law: Challenging government powers and their responsesChair: Sanne TaekemaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jeff Handmaker

Sanne Taekema
O Lungo Drom / taking the long route: Explaining the potential of legal mobilization as counterpower
Rory O’Connell
Litigating the Constitution in a Divided Society
Michal Stambulski
Constitutionalism and Masses. View on/from Poland
Michal Pazdziora
Legal education in Poland and politics of conflict
Ragna Aarli
Discussant
Panel #74European Security and Automated Technology: Social and Legal PerspectivesChair: Arianna VedaschiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Didier Bigo
The Algocrats and their Role in the Security Field (or Who Designs Algorithms for Security?)
Elspeth Guild

Elif Mendos Kuskonmaz
AI, Automated Decision Making and EU Law
Martin Scheinin
AI and the Presumption of Terrorist Nature of Expressions: The EU Regulation on Terrorist Content Online
Arianna Vedaschi

Chiara Graziani
Facial Recognition in the Field of Security
Panel #75LIBERAL DEMOCRACY IN CRISIS: SPOTLIGHT ON BANGLADESH AND INDIAChair: M. Ehteshamul Bari2nd Chair: Uday ShankarNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
M. Ehteshamul Bari
THE UNFULFILLED PROMISE OF A LIBERAL DEMOCRACY: THE CASE OF BANGLADESH
Prtiam Dey
EXPERIENCES OF INDIA’S MIGRANT WORKERS DURING THE PANDEMIC – A PAINFUL CONTRADICTION IN INDIA’S CONSTITUTIONAL NATIONHOOD
Sourya Bandyopadhyay
PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATIONS FOR THE PANDEMIC: THE INDIAN HIGH COURTS ON THE COVID-19 CRISIS
Panel #76Reinvention by Necessity: Implementation of International Human Rights Treaties in TaiwanChair: Ford Fu-Te LIAONo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yi-Li LEE
The Incorporation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in Taiwan: Progress and Challenge
Hui-Yen Hsu
The Judicial Implementation of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Taiwan: Observations on the Decisions of the Two Supreme Courts
Hsiao-wei Kuan
Implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women in Taiwan
Pei-Chun Lin
Incorporation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child into Domestic Law – the Taiwan Experience
Vivianne Yen-Ching Weng
Human into Being: Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Taiwan
Panel #77Stretching the Idea of Jus Cogens: moving beyond standard definitions and applicationsChair: Claudio CorradettiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Claudio Corradetti
Jus Cogens and the Moral Presuppositions of Public International Law
Gentian Zyberi
Jus Cogens in Humanitarian Crises: Half a Loaf or Pie in the Sky?
Sara De Vido
Jus cogens beyond Anthropocentrism: The potentiality of the (human and non-human) right to a healthy environment
Aoife O'Donoghue
Stone Law: Jus Cogens in the context of Law and Literature
Day 2 | July 7 | Session XIV | Parallel panels | 8:40-10:10 UTC -
Panel #78Challenging COVID-19 related measures before the Constitutional Courts: comparative perspectivesChair: Katarina VatovecNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria Dicosola

Laura Fabiano
Multilevel government and the pandemic in Italy: The Constitutional Court’s decision n. 37/2021
Zoltán Vince Pozsár-Szentmiklósy
The limited protection of fundamental rights under the state of emergency: the case of Hungary
Kamil Baraník
The Slovak constitutional challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic
Katarina Vatovec
Constitutional challenges and timely human rights protection in times of COVID-19 in Slovenia
Maria Dicosola
Discussant
Panel #79Deficient Dêmos: Political Representation of Socially Vulnerable Groups (Korean)Chair: Seon-Taek KimNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jeong-In Yun
Gender Equality in the Parliament: From Quotas to Parity Principle
Hyo-Youen Kim
Strengthening Democratic Representation of Children and Adolescents: In terms of Intergenerational Equity
Han-Joo Lee
A Plan to Improve the Election System to Strengthen Political Representation of the Disabled
Panel #80Digital Revolution and Sustainable Development: Perspective and ChallengesChair: Giovanni Barozzi ReggianiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Olivia Pini
Technology and digital platforms in the new society: opportunities and criticalities for law and democracy
Francesco Laviola
Economic powers and fundamental rights in the digital society. Antitrust vs. Facebook: a comparative perspective
Beatrice Rabai
Building a sustainable world: 5G and advanced connectivity for the energy transition
Giovanni Barozzi Reggiani
Smart cities: a modern way of satisfying human’s fundamental needs (and protecting the environment) through efficiency and participation
Panel #81Dynamics of Cuban public law in the face of the emerging challenges of COVID-19 and its impact on legal security. (Spanish).Chair: Ramón Yordanis Alarcón BorgesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jorge Luis Ordelin Font
Discussant
Grettchen Rivera Rodón
Discussant
Yipsi Pedreira Rodríguez
Discussant
Jorge Rondón Valdés
Discussant
Rosa Juliet González Ruiz
Discussant
Panel #82Addressing democratic backslidingChair: Sergio MarquesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Petra Gyongyi
Comparing communist and fascist ideologies towards courts: Historical lessons for addressing the contemporary authoritarian turn in Europe
Max Steuer
Increasing Democratic Resilience Through Law? Apex Courts and the ‘Militancy Conundrum’
Violeta Besirevic
MILITANT DEMOCRACY AND POPULISM: A RESPONSE TO GINSBURG AND HUQ
Cormac Mac Amhlaigh
Populism, Civic Education and Constitutional Theory
Eleonora Mesquita Ceia
Populist constitutionalism in Brazil in times of pandemic
Panel #83The Practice of Judicial Interaction in the Field of Fundamental RightsChair: Federica CasarosaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marjan Kos
European Values and National Constitutions: Bringing the Charter from Uncharted Waters
Rita Gião Hanek
(Judicial) dialogue, EU law on non-discrimination and “Hate” related provisions: synchronization of hard law and soft law instruments or multi-level governance.
Maria Bergstrom
Ne bis in idem – a continuing judicial dialogue
Madalina Moraru
Judicial Interactions Upholding the Right to be Heard of Asylum Seekers, Returnees and Immigrants: the Symbiotic Protection of the EU Charter and General Principles of EU law
Federica Casarosa
The effective protection of collective interests: the interplay between jurisprudence and legislation
Panel #84EU and national law: relevant interactionsChair: Emanuele PeggiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elisa D'Alterio
“Will public finance save us?” How the public finance law shapes the administrative system
Roberto D'Orazio
Parliamentary privilege and data protection law
Dominik Światkowski
The growing role of public law in the protection of intellectual property rights as an example of the intersection of public and private law
Mihaela Tofan
The Relation International Taxation – International law. Formal Strains and Jurisprudential Challenges
Panel #85(STILL) A SYSTEM OF CHECK AND BALANCES? THE SEPARATION OF POWERS TO THE TEST OF MODERN TIMES IIChair: Sarah MurrayNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lina Papadopoulou
“Political” or “Legal” Constitutionalism? A nuanced account beyond the dichotomy
Marcus Teo
Epistemic authority and Wednesbury unreasonableness
Daniel Demjanovič

Tamara Čipková
Recent Constitutional Changes and Their Impact on Judiciary in Slovak Republic
Ramon Bentivenha

Mauricio Correa de Moura Rezende
Supreme Individual Court: how the Ministers’ non-decision affects Democracy
Claudia Barbosa
Who controls the judiciary? The social accountability in the Brazilian judiciary
Panel #86SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS AND CONSTITUTIONAL LEGITIMACYChair: Danielle Ireland-PiperNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Patrick O'Brien
Caught between the nightmare and the noble dream: the rule of recognition in UK public law
Cristian Eyzaguirre

Ventura Charlin
Participation and inclusiveness in constitution-making as predictors of rights provisions: a Latin American comparative study (1917-2019)
Chaihark Hahm
Popular Sovereignty and Representation: Ideal or Illusion?
Adam Shinar

Alon Harel
Two concepts of constitutional legitimacy
Day 2 | July 7 | Session XV | Parallel panels | 10:20-11:50 UTC -
Panel #87RECONCILING SOCIETIES: EVOLUTIONS IN (TRANSITIONAL?) JUSTICEChair: Daniela NeiraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Katarzyna Gaczyńska
Reprivatization as an instrument of transitional justice
Fabio Estrada Valencia
THIRD PARTIES AND THE GUARANTEE OF NATURAL JUDGE IN THE SPECIAL JURISDICTION FOR PEACE Analysis of Judgment C-674 of 2017 from a transitional perspective
Eman Muhammad Rashwan
Transitional Justice Approaches in Tunisia after the Revolution: The De Jure and the De Facto Constitutional TJ Approaches
Panel #88Foreign Interference, Elections, and Democratic Speech: Comparative Approaches to a Global ChallengeChair: Yasmin DawoodNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yasmin Dawood
Combatting Foreign Election Interference: Canada's Electoral Ecosystem Approach to Disinformation and Cyber Threats
Jacob Eisler
Strangers in Strange Lands: Constitutional Formalities, Power Realities, and Comparative Anglophone Responses to Foreign Election Meddling
Andrew Geddis
Islands in the Storm? Responses to Foreign Election Interference in Australia and New Zealand
Lori Ringhand
The Shakedown
Irène Couzigou
The Limits of Law? The Multifaceted Approach of the French Legislation to Tackle Foreign Election Interference through Digital Disinformation
Panel #89GLOBAL APPROACHES TO DISSENT: THEORY, HISTORY, LAW, AND ACTIONChair: Denis De Castro HalisNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Hanne Petersen
Resistance and Dissent: Jeanne d’Arc and Greta Thunberg – female dissent in history and in the 21st Century
Hiroshi Fukurai
Dissent in International Law and the Need for Cognitive Revolution and Mutual Cognitive Liberation: The Deconstruction of Legal Fictions of the State and the Corporation with Original Nation Approaches (ONAIL)
Pui-yin LO
Condensing and Evaporating #betwater dissent in Hong Kong
Øjvind Larsen
The Significance of Dissent in Habermas’ Political Philosophy
Denis De Castro Halis
Concept and Practice of Dissent: the Core of Fundamental Political Rights
Panel #90Historical Policy in a Democracy and Limits Set to it by the Human Rights LawChair: Uladzislau BelavusauNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aleksandra Gliszczyńska-Grabias
Discussant
Grażyna Baranowska
Turkey – an example of ‘de facto’ memory laws
Alina Cherviatsova
Memory Laws and Memory Policies in Russia and Ukraine
Anna Wójcik
De-communization in Poland 30 years after regime change: within and beyond transitional justice
Panel #91The separation of powers in political theory and social discourse: conceptual and methodological challengesChair: Gianluigi PalombellaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
David Kosar
Theorizing Judicial Councils as Fourth Branch Institutions: The Best Defence Against Capture?
Eoin Carolan
Institutional relationships in the separation of powers
Katarína Šipulová
Triple Understanding of Judicial Councils
Mathieu Leloup
Separation of Powers: The internationalisation of a domestic concept
Panel #92Reshaping the European Economic Constitution? A Conversation on the Green Deal and its Impact on the European economic integration processChair: Edoardo Chiti 2nd Chair: Alfredo MoliterniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eugenio Bruti Liberati
The Green Deal and the Making of a European Industrial Policy
Monica Delsignore
Financing the Transition: Green Deal and Incentives
Anna Rita Germani
The European Green Deal: Economic Challenges and Opportunities
Panel #93Rule of law and representationChair: Jacinta DharmanandaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Evelyne Schmid

Martino Maggetti (not presenting)
Domestic parliaments in world politics: Towards a more effective engagement of parliaments with international norms
Leonardo Cofre
The challenge of scaling up participatory deliberation
Paul Blokker
The Entanglement between Democracy and the Rule of Law
Panel #94DEVELOPMENTS IN FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND INFORMATIONChair: Elena Escobar ANo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Erin Ferguson
Access to Information and the Future of the Public-Private Distinction
Levent Emre Özgüç
Punishing Insult to the President? An Evaluation of the Turkish Constitutional Court’s Decision on the Constitutionality of “Defamation of the President”
Roni Rosenberg
Revenge Porn and Freedom of Speech
Guy Carmi

Bell Yosef
The Future of SLAPP in Israel – Substance and Procedure
Day 2 | July 7 | Prof. Joseph Weiler's Workshop | Designing Student Exams in Public Law | 12:00-13:00 UTC -
Designing Student Exams in Public LawChair: Joseph Weiler

There are different traditions in designing exams (the Oral v Written being a classic cleavage but there are many other styles.). The workshop will give opportunity to discuss the pros and cons of different exam formats. Professor Weiler will also outline his ‘philosophy’ and practice in design exam. 

Day 2 | July 7 | Session XVI | Parallel panels | 13:00-14:30 UTC -
Panel #95Anti-corruption and emergencies: a difficult balance between macroeconomic perspectives, simplification of procedures and criminal repression (ITALIAN)Chair: Aristide PoliceNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mario Caterini
Criminal protection of the emergency in the Italian legal order: from the tightening of anti-corruption measures to the weakening of office abuse
Aristide Police
Administrative simplifications vs. Guarantees of legitimacy? Looking for a balance between prompt action and transparency in public procurement
Umberto Triulzi
The macroeconomics of corruption in pandemic era: the difficult path outlined by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) between objectives of economic growth, defense of competition and restoration of legality.
Luz María Puente Aba
Corruption and health crisis between social tolerance and repression of new corruption models
Luca D'Amico
Anti-corruption models in the international scenario: the necessity for a global model in emergency situations?
Valentina Aragona
The prevention of corruption risk in private companies: emergency compliance in Italy
Panel #96Going beyond Judicial and Uniform Understandings of the Rule of LawChair: Niels KirstNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Niels Kirst
The Second Phase of Constitutionalizing the Rule of Law in the European Union – between Least Common Denominator and Fully Harmonised Principle
Beatrice Monciunskaite
A Rule of Law Crisis in Lithuania? Possible Consequences of the EU Missing an Opportunity to Recognise Rule of Law Deficiencies in Yet Another Member States
Paulina Konca
Interpretative Provisions – Unchanging Rules in a Changing World?
Samuel Lemire
Towards a Canadian Unitary State?: The Clash between Federalism and the Rule of Law
Panel #97Public Law in the Eye of the storm-Reflections from AfricaChair: Wahab EgbewoleNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Emmanuel Akhigbe
COVID 19 Regulations and its impact on people living with disabilities in Nigeria
Saliu Ishola Abdullahi
Achieving a Participtory Socio-Economic Justice for the Attainment of SDGs: Perspectives from Islamic Law Institution
Uzoma Prince-Oparaku

Chianaraekpere Ike
Health Emergency Preparedness and Future Pandemics: A critical Review of Nigeria's Response to Ebola Viral Disease(EVD) and COVID-197
Uche Nnawulezi
Human Rights of Migrants: From Migration to Resettlement
Nwakaego Eunice Obidiegwu

Alieu Bility
The Challenges of International Travel in a New Normal
Akin Akintayo
Technology and the future of public law
Panel #98Representation, Participation, and Technologies after the Pandemic Crisis Outbreak (Italian)Chair: Luigi D'AndreaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luigi D'Andrea

Antonio Ignazio Arena
Things New and Old. Introduction to a Debate on Representation, Participation, and Technologies after the Pandemic Crisis Outbreak
Erika La Fauci
Are remote voting systems truly democratic?
Francesco Torre
Modern constitutionalism to the test of social networks: is it time for new sovereigns?
Alberto Randazzo
The information to the test of the “net”
Alessia Fusco
The Court and its secrets: which transparency?
Panel #99Revisiting Constitutional Law and Theory in Light of BrexitChair: Stephen GardbaumNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jeff King
Brexit’s Lessons for Constitutional Theory
Rivka Weill
Constitutionalism Reborn
Gavin Phillipson
The British Case of Prorogation as an instance of constitutional fracture
Stephen Gardbaum
Discussant
Sujit Choudhry
Discussant
Panel #100The ‘New’ ECB? (1): A contextual analysis of the European Central BankChair: Kern Alexander2nd Chair: Diane FromageNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marijn van der Sluis
The role of constitutional law for the ECB: past, present and future
Florin Coman-Kund
The ECB's international dimension
Christy Ann Petit
The ECB mandate – a comparative constitutional perspective
Fabian Amtenbrink
Discussant
Panel #101The Dogs that Didn't Bark: Failed Constitutional ProposalsChair: Hanna LernerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tom Ginsburg
Failed constitutional proposals–a concept and a category
Christina Murray
Failed Constitutional Proposals in Africa
Zaid al-Ali
Failed Constitutional Proposals in the Arab Region
Gabriel Negretto
Failed Constitutional Proposals in Latin America
Panel #102Free Speech in a Globalised World (session 1): Globalisation and TheoryChair: Tom HerrenbergNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jacob Mchangama
The global free speech recession
Eric Heinze
Free speech as a foundation of human rights
Ioanna Tourkochoriti
Free speech: A philosophical inquiry into the revolutionary roots of American and French legal thought
Sejal Parmar
Revitalising freedom of expression at a time of reckoning
Panel #103Epidemias: Historia y Derecho (Epidemics: History and Law)Chair: Carlos Gallegos2nd Chair: Amaury ReyesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Olga Patricia Velazquez
Feminist Constitutionalism and Pandemics (Constitucionalismo Feminista y Pandemias)
Felipe Clavijo Ospina
Black plague: History, Lyric and tragedy (Plaga negra: histia, lírica y tragedia)
Carlos Molina Bulla
From the history of pandemics to the history of inmmunitary practices
Marireyna Rojas Serra
The Coronavirus Pandemic and Corruption
María Fernández Gómez
Smallpox of 1802 in the viceroyalty of la nueva granada: an epidemic of lessons learned
Gonzalo Ramírez Cleves
Discussant
Panel #104Judicial Power and Judicial StrategyChair: Samuel IssacharoffNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Erin Delaney
The UK’s basic structure doctrine: Miller II and judicial power in comparative perspective
Mila Versteeg

Erensu Altan
Constitutional Duties
Yvonne Tew
Strategic Judicial Empowerment
Yaniv Roznai
Who will Save the Redheads? Towards an Anti-Bully Theory of Judicial Review and Protection of Democracy
David Landau

Manuel Jose Capeda
A Broad Read of Ely: Political Process Theory and Fragile Democracies
Samuel Issacharoff
Discussant
Panel #105The future of constitutional identity in the European legal orderChair: Julian ScholtesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Julian Scholtes
Abusing constitutional identity
Silvia Suteu
Unamendability and the Dark Side of Constitutional Identity Arguments
Bosko Tripkovic
Constructing the Constitutional Self: Meaning, Value, and Abuse of Constitutional Identity
Panel #106The Legal Challenge of Migrant Children (Spanish)Chair: Ángel Aday Jiménez AlemánNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Argelia Queralt Jiménez
ECHR and Migrant Children Alone
Itziar Gómez Fernández
Strategic Litigation and The Rights of Migrant Children
Ignacio García Vitoria
Migrant Children in Devolved States
Lucía I. Serrano Sánchez
Migrant Children under The Covid-19 Pandemic
Mireya García de Murcia
The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child Facing Age Assessment
Albert Pares Casanova
The Legal Assistance of Foreign Minors
Panel #107Trans Identities in Law: Developments and ChallengesChair: Alice MargariaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Stefano Osella

Ruth Rubio-Marin
The new constitutional right to gender recognition: A conceptual map
Marco Wan
Law, Film, and Trans Identity in Hong Kong
Federica Coppola
Gender identity in the era of mass incarceration: The criminalization and segregation of trans people in the United States
B Camminga
Withholding the letter: trans people seeking asylum and the perceived legal jurisdiction of gender
Daniela Alaattinoglu

Alice Margaria
Swedish legislation on trans parenthood: Genesis and peculiarities of a European première
Day 2 | July 7 | Session XVII | Parallel panels | 14:40-16:10 UTC -
Panel #108The Occupation of International Justice? Israel, Palestine, Law and Hollow HopesChair: J H H Weiler No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
David Kretzmer
Discussant
Yaël Ronen
Discussant
Victor Kattan
Discussant
Fionnuala Ní Aoláin
Discussant
Panel #109Self-Determination and Secession: The Case of CataloniaChair: Hèctor López-BofillNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Hèctor López-Bofill
Catalonia and the Right to Self-Determination as a European Matter
Antoni Abat i Ninet
Referendum and Self-determination in Catalonia
Pau Bossacoma Busquets
Secession in Liberal-Democratic Contexts: Lessons from Catalonia
Panel #110Solidarity and Public LawChair: Tamar Hostovsky BrandesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tamar Hostovsky Brandes
Solidarity as a Constitutional Value
Maria Varaki
Of law, ethics and the limits or not of solidarity
Karin Loevy
Bottom-up Transnational Solidarity: A Typology
Anat Scolnicov
Human Rights Protection vs. Reconciliation and Creating Constitutional Solidarity: Commensurate or Competing Goals?
Panel #111Parenthood, Reproductive Rights and the European Court of Human RightsChair: Helen KellerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marie-Hélène Spiess
Surrogacy Before the Strasbourg Court: a Discussion of Cases Against Switzerland
Alice Margaria
Trans(forming) Fatherhood: Potential Avenues in Strasbourg
Matilda Merenmies
Deference to ‘Morals’ and Majority: Reproductive Rights before the European Court of Human Rights
Elena Brodeala
Women’s Reproductive Autonomy and Pregnancy Discrimination before the European Court of Human Rights
Andrea Büchler
Discussant
Panel #112The Future of Public Law and Social Change in Mexico: Constitutional Reforms on an Independent Judiciary, Human Rights, Equality and DiscriminationChair: Roberto NiembroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Francisca Pou Giménez
Twenty years of equality and non-discrimination adjudication in the Mexican Supreme Court: a prospective evaluation
Alfonso Herrera
A Decade of the Reform to the Human Rights System: Base for Equality and Dubitation of the Supreme Court
Tatiana Alfonso
Structural Inequalities and Perspectives to Judge: Adjudicating Towards Substantive Equality
Imer B Flores
Classism, Elitism and Racism in Mexico: Non-Discrimination and Freedom of Speech
Andrea Pozas Loyo
Glass Ceilings and Paper Stairs: Gender Discrimination in the Legal Professions in Mexico
Micaela Alterio
Discussant
Panel #113The “Public Opinion” of Judges – An Area of Conflict between the Freedom of Expression and Judicial IndependenceChair: Ferdinand GehringerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ursula Indacochea
Freedom of expression of judges in the Inter-American Human Rights System
Rudolf Mellinghoff
Activity of judges in social networks
Mirza Hadziomerovic
practical experience in implementing Code of Judicial Ethics for judges regarding their public expression
Arben Murtezić
Public statements by judges and public confidence in judiciary
Panel #114The Day After Covid-19: Constitutional Challenges of a Digital Post-Pandemic WorldChair: Francisco de Abreu DuarteNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Francesca Palmiotto
Tracing Transparency: Public Governance of Algorithms and the Experience of Contact Tracing Apps
Francisco De Abreu Duarte
The New Providers on the Block: How Big Tech Have Seized Covid19 as an Opportunity to Ascertain Power
Maria Magierska
Where were the DPAs when the pandemic broke out? The role of the EDPB , the EDPS and national supervisory authorities during the crisis (data)
Natalia Menendez
Brave New (Normal) World: Facial Recognition Technology during and after the COVID-19 health emergency
Tommaso Fia
Access to and Ownership of Data to Tackle Covid-19: Some Lessons (IP) Law Should Learn for Good
Sarah Tas
Keeping the internet safe during the pandemic – COVID-19 and the rise of cybercrime: who is monitoring the situation? (crime)
Panel #115The effect of Transformative Constitutionalism on Democracy: Latin America and beyond.Chair: Pablo Valdivieso KastnerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gandhi Vela Vargas
Democratic legitimacy of Constitutional Judges in constitutional design: A comparative study
Jose Luis Castro Montero
Abusive Constitutional Change: The Case of Presidential Term Limits in Latin America
Pablo Valdivieso Kastner
Constitutional performance assessment: Ecuador, Bolivia and Venezuela in comparative perspective
Consuelo Velasco Mancheno
How transformative is the concept of transparency in the Latin American Constitutionalism?
Consuelo Velasco Mancheno
Discussant
Panel #116Readers Meet Author, Margit Cohn's A Theory of the Executive Branch: Tension and LegalityChair: RIVKA WEILLNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mark Tushnet
Reader response
Mark Graber
Reader response
Conor Casey
Reader response
Margit Cohn
Author response
Panel #117Freedom of Expression and Religious Beliefs: Current Trends of a Challenging BalanceChair: Giovanni D'AlessandroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giovanni D'Alessandro

Anna Pirozzoli
Beyond the Otto Preminger doctrine?
Nicola Colacino
The margin of appreciation and the proportionality principles in the ECtHR’s Case Law: some lessons from Handyside
Valentina Zambrano
Blasphemy in the context of the freedom of expression according to International human rights law standards
Cristina Gazzetta
Freedom of expression and defamation of religion: a comparative perspective
Federico Girelli
The balance between freedom of expression and protection of religious beliefs in Italy: the case law of the constitutional Court
Francesco Cirillo
Algorithmic censorship of blasphemy and religious hate speech
Panel #118Pandemic and challenges to international lawChair: Benjamin Joshua OngNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rostam J. NEUWIRTH
“Breaking [Fake] News” and the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Global Non-Binary Perspective
Stefania Baroncelli

Daniel Augenstein

Orsolya Farkas
Between Private Governance and Public Regulation: Covid-19, Workers Rights and Sustainability in Global Garment Supply Chains
Oleksandr Vodiannikov
BLM, International Order and Epistemic Communities: International Organization after the Pandemic
Larry BACKER
COVID, Control, and Complicity in Rwanda: Human Rights Intersectionality in the Dead Spaces between Legal and Markets Regimes
Valeria Eboli
The pandemic outbreak as a reason to derogate from human rights
Barbara Boschetti

Maria Daniela Poli
The soft law web in the Covid-19 Pandemic
Panel #119INTERNATIONAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: HISTORICAL AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVESChair: Elena Escobar ANo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Alexander Carl Dinopoulos
Legalizing Schmitt’s “Legality and Legitimacy”
Romy Klimke
Lessons from the past for public international law in the future – Remembering Bertha von Suttner and her quest for peace
Matteo Mastracci
Living in the era of semantic constitutionalism without noticing it: the relevance of Loewenstein’s teaching
Camila Vergara
Material Anti-Oligarchic Constitutionalism
Panel #120Populist and popular constitutionalism in the age of COVID-19: Southern European perspectivesChair: Ifigeneia KamtsidouNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lucia Corso
Popular vs. Populist Constitutionalism
Akritas Kaidatzis
Democratic constitutionalism in times of crisis: Why the pandemic threatens democracy rather than rights
Costas Stratilatis
Authoritarian anti-populism?
Fausto Vecchio
Penal populism, criminal justice and public administration: A comparison between Italian and American experience
Christos Papastylianos
Who is the ultimate Guardian of the Constitution in times of pandemic? Courts, elected representatives, or experts?
Eleni Kalampakou
The relationship between democratic legitimation and the defence of constitutional rights during the pandemic
Day 2 | July 7 | Session XVIII | Plenary Panel: Human Rights and the Future of Public Law | 17:00-18:30 UTC -
Human Rights and the Future of Public LawChair: Richard Albert and Marta Cartabia International Society of Public Law

Fareda Banda | The School of Oriental & African Studies

Nigel Biggar | University of Oxford

Helen Keller | Judge, Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Michael O’Flaherty | Director, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

Moderators: Richard Albert and Marta Cartabia | ICON-S

Day 2 | July 7 | Session XIX | Parallel panels | 22:00-23:30 UTC -
Panel #121How Rights Went Wrong: A Book DiscussionChair: Rosalind Dixon No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Samuel Moyn
Discussant
Erin Delaney
Discussant
Adrienne Stone
Discussant
Jamal Greene
Response from the author
Jeff King
Discussant
Panel #122Mexico’s Constitutional Regression. When “Public” is Everything.Chair: Jaime OlaizNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Juan Manuel Acuña
Constitutional reformism and the irrelevance of the Constitution in Mexico.
Marcos del Rosario
The Constitution vs. Political Power: On the way to counter the narrative of constitutional delegitimation.
Jaime Olaiz
Regression through Transformation. Constitutional Involution in Mexico.
Hugo Ramírez
Democracy: government of, with and for the human person.
Laura Treviño
Moving forward or backwards on State’s sustainable consumption and business supplier’s production through public procurement?
Panel #123ICCAL AND PANDEMIC DIALOGUES: INTERAMERICAN STANDARTS OF PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN COVID-19 TIMESChair: Danielle Anne Pamplona2nd Chair: Ana Carolina Lopes OlsenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
MELINA GIRARDI FACHIN

MARCUS VINICIUS PORCARO NUNES SCHUBERT

CATARINA MENDES VALENTE RAMOS
Pandemic hypervulnerabilities: the protection of isolated and recently Contacted Indigenous Peoples
BIANCA SCHNEIDER VAN DER BROOKE
STF AND THE PROTECTION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN BRAZIL UNDER THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE TRANSFORMATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM
ANNA LUISA WALTER SANTANA

ANA CAROLINA LOPES OLSEN
Bringing business actors to the table: multi-dimensioned dialogues to face the Pandemics hazards on human rights
JORGE ERNESTO ROA ROA
Judicial dialogue: challenges, instrumentalization and perspectives
CAMILA SALGUEIRO DA PURIFICAÇÃO MARQUES

CLAUDIA MARIA BARBOSA
Government and STF facing violations of the rights of vulnerable groups in the Brazilian pandemic scenario and the threat of crime against humanity
Panel #124Free Speech in a Globalised World (session 2): Religion and MinoritiesChair: Ioanna TourkochoritiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Raphael Cohen-Almagor
Is there a “right” to ridicule? The Charlie Hebdo Affair
Tom Herrenberg
Blasphemy, democratic free speech and the European Court of Human Rights
Richard Moon
Blasphemy and hate
Kyriaki Topidi
Hate speech and religious minorities in the digital age
Day 2 | July 7 | Session XX | Parallel panels | 23:40-01:10 UTC -
Panel #125Cities in Federal Constitutional TheoryChair: Antonia BaraggiaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Erika Arban
Cities and federalism: the 'unit' question
Ran Hirschl
Cities in federal systems: comparative perspectives
Richard Briffault
State/local conflicts, the new pre-emption and American federalism
Rebecca Nelson
Cities and the environment
Richard Schragger
A more prominent role for cities in federalism
Panel #126Free Speech in a Globalised World (session 3): Hateful Speech and DemocracyChair: Natalie AlkiviadouNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Thomas M. Keck

Nathan Carrington

Claire Sigsworth

Stephan Stohler
Extremist speech, militant democracy, and American exceptionalism
Enes Kulenović
Should democracies ban hate speech?
Eric Heinze
Hate Speech: between Identity and Loyalty
Panel #127Social Rights and Rule of Law in the Future of Latin America (Spanish)Chair: Ana Claudia Santano2nd Chair: Gonzalo Aguilar Cavallo3rd Chair: Estefania Maria de Queiroz BarbosaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Claudia Santano
Social rights and development: an approach to judicial activism in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Jane Reis Gonçalves Pereira
Censuses, right to information and the effectiveness of social welfare rights
Paola Alexandra Sierra-Zamora
Justicia social y DESC: el tratamiento dentro del Constitucionalismo Transformador
Gonzalo Aguilar Cavallo
Los derechos sociales y el Estado de Derecho en Latinoamérica: prospectivas de futuro
Diana Rocio Espino Tapia
Una teoría de los derechos sociales para Latinoamérica: Aprendizajes, retos y desafíos para la etapa post- pandemia
Estefânia Maria de Queiroz Barboza

Melina Girardi Fachin

Luiz Guilherme Arcaro Conci
Right to education and universities under attack in Brazil
Panel #128Reforming institutions in Latin America. Can courts help?Chair: Juan Carlos CovillaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria Emilia Mamberti
Enforcing social rights through experimentalism. Lessons from structural litigation in Argentina
Juan Carlos Covilla
Coordination under the Constitutional Court interpretation
Héctor David Rojas Villamil
Democratic and Judicial Virtues
Eugenio García-Huidobro
Weber by other means? The judicial construction of Latin American civil services
Panel #129Balancing constitutional competing valuesChair: Lulu WeisNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Monika Zalnieriute
A GLOBAL PUBLIC EMERGENCY: PANDEMIC AND MISSION CREEP IN INDIA, SOUTH AFRICA AND CHILE
Yuichiro Tsuji
Compensation or economic support for Covid-19 in Constitution of Japan
Konrad Wyszkowski
Is This the Last Pandemic? (Public) Health as Constitutional Value
Gustavo Delvaux Parma
The case-law of the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court regarding the principles of the economic order
Panel #130Constitutionalism, rights and democracy in the future of public law in the Americas: a view from the national, the regional, and the international. (SPANISH)Chair: Lady ZuluagaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Julian Gaviria
Shortcuts and short circuits in Latin American constitutional models: revisiting the tensions between constitution and democracy in the region.
Manuel Gomez
Revisiting the debate between rights and democracy in light of the Project of Legislative Act 240 of 2019.
Maricel Asar
The role of the IACHR Court in times of growing authoritarianism: consolidation of the Inter-American human rights system through a conversational judicial model of human rights protection.
Andrea Rabanales De La Roca
Proposing non-conventional molds in the processes of jurisdictional human rights adjudications.
Carlos Bichet Nicoletti
The everyday presence of the international human rights standard in the Americas: seeing regional and global constitutionalism from a multiscalar perspective.
Day 3 | July 8 | Session XXI | Parallel panels | 01:20-02:50 UTC -
Panel #131Constitutional Developments in Southeast AsiaChair: Shukri ShahizamNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kian Leong Tan

Shukri Shahizam
O Bitter Pill to Swallow: Separating Ratio from Dicta in Maria Chin Abdullah
Stefanus Hendrianto
Tocqueville in Indonesia: On the Democratic Soul in the World Third Largest Democracy
Stephanie Chng
The Basic Structure Doctrine Debate: A Legal-Theoretic Understanding of The Great Divide
Yvonne Tew
Discussant
Panel #132Public Law in the Eye of the storm-Reflections from Africa 2Chair: Wahab EgbewoleNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Wahab Egbewole
ELECTORAL JURISPRUDENCE IN NIGERIA AND THE BURDEN OF TRUST OF THE JUDEX: DECONSTRUCTING GUBERNATORIAL DECISIONS OF THE APEX COURT
Azubike Onuora-Oguno
The Judiciary’s Role in Combating Financial Crime in Africa-challenges of an emerging digital economy
Ngozi Chuma-Umeh
Hearing-impaired persons in light of normative arrangements-Does the Courts have a role?
Olanike Adelakun
the role of the African court on human and peoples’ rights in development of law
Toby Precious Nwachukwu
Fusing Ecological Justice Ethical and Human Rights Approach in Assessing Living Conditions for Migrant Families
Tareri Avwomakpa
'Separation of Powers and the Executive Harassment of the Judiciary in Nigeria's Fourth Republic
Panel #133Chile's Constitutional Moment: From Neo-liberalism to a Social State?Chair: Catalina Milos SotomayorNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jennifer Ashley
Social Rights in Chile’s Campaigns for a New Constitution
Antonio Morales Manzo
Between Financial Markets and Social Security: Chile’s Pension System after the Constituent Moment
Diego Gil
The Constitutional Challenge for the Promotion of Egalitarian Cities in Chile
Catalina Milos Sotomayor
Using Regulatory Reform to move from Markets to Rights in Chile’s Health and Education Sectors
Francesca Bignami
Discussant
Panel #134Authoritarian Populism and Constitutional DesignChair: Erin DelaneyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Wen-Chen Chang
Discussant
Stephen Gardbaum
The Counter-Playbook: Resisting the Populist Assault on Separation of Powers
Tom Ginsburg
Is Constitutional Design Really Useless? Democracy without Democrats
David Landau

Rosalind Dixon
Abusive Constitutionalism & Democratic Entrenchment: Constitutional Design in an Age of Backsliding
Wojciech Sadurski
On the Relative Irrelevance of Constitutional Design: Lessons from Poland
Day 3 | July 8 | Session XXII | Parallel panels | 05:40-7:10 UTC -
Panel #135Social Contract Theory in the Age of Climate CrisisChair: Konrad LachmayerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
James May
Developments at the Boundary between Environmental Constitutionalism and Climate Justice
Eva Lohse
Human Rights, Social Contract Theory and Climate Crisis
Lukas Wieser

Christoph Müller
A Social Contract for Third-Party Beneficiaries – The Transnational Perspective of Environmental Constitutionalism
Lando Kirchmair
Insights from social contract theory to inform constitutional sustainability clauses to adequately address climate change
Andras Jakab
Discussant
Esmeralda Colombo
Discussant
Panel #136National and Constitutional Identities: Perspectives from the CEE RegionChair: Darinka Piquani2nd Chair: Jiří Přibáň3rd Chair: Zuzana VikarskáNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kateřina Šimáčková
A National Perspective on Constitutional Identity: Reflections on Czech Tradition and Constitutional Text
Alexandra Mercescu
Thinking of and Working with Constitutional Identity
Terezie Boková
Ethnic Homogeneity as a Part of National Identity? The CJEU’s Response to National Identity Claim concerning Relocation Mechanism
Lenka Křičková
Three Years with Coman: How Much Has Changed?
Jan Burda
National Identity and Procedural Autonomy: Shadowy Compatriots or Strangers on a Train?
Panel #137DIGITAL PUBLIC LAW IN BRAZIL: INSTRUMENTS AND CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIESChair: Ana Viana2nd Chair: Fabio SantosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lucas Bossoni Saikali
Challenges of regulating new technologies
Barbara Bertotti
Brazilian right to health in digital revolution
William Gallo Aponte
THE USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE REGULATORYACTIVITY: A PROPOSAL IN SUPPORT OF SUSTAINABLE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Ana Viana
BRAZIL'S NEW DIGITAL GOVERNMENT LAW, A BLUNDER IN THE GOAL
Fabio Santos
SYNTHETIC PUBLIC AGENTS
Panel #138Deference to Administrative Authorities - General Doctrine and Lessons from the Covid EmergencyChair: Gary Lawson2nd Chair: Guy Seidman3rd Chair: Sofia RanchordasNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yoav Dotan
Deference in Israel and book commentary
Aileen Kavanagh
Book Commentary and perspective from English and Irish Laws
Cora Chan
Deference in Times of Emergency – the view from Hong-Kong
Shai Dothan
Book Commentary and the Role of Courts
Sofia Ranchordas
Civil and EU Law Perspective and Book Commentary
Day 3 | July 8 | Session XXIII | Parallel panels | 07:00-8:30 UTC -
Panel #139The future of public law in Hong KongChair: Cora ChanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Surabhi Chopra

Eva Pils
The Hong Kong National Security Law: Rule by Fiat and Fear
Pui Yin Lo
The Hong Kong Courts’ Evolving Jurisprudence on Protests
Yan-Ho Lai
Comprador Professionalism and Confrontational Professionalism in State-lawyer Relations: Lessons from Post-Umbrella Hong Kong
Cora Chan
From legal pluralism to dual state: evolution of the relationship between the Chinese and Hong Kong legal orders
Panel #140A Research on Transnational Administrative Law as a Contribution to the Analysis of the Future of Public Law: Some Case StudiesChair: Jean Bernard AubyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gabriella Racca
Transnational public contracts and the challenge of digitalisation in the post-pandemic recovery
Steven Van Garsse

Loth Van Der Auwermeulen
Transnational intermunicipal cooperation in the EU
Cecile Tournaye

Jean-Marie Woehrling
The Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR), a transnational institution ?
Marta Franch
A concrete way to promote cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation in the EU: l'Hopital de Cerdagne
Yseult Marique
Discussant
Olivier Dubos
Discussant
Panel #141Did COVID Make it Worse? The pandemic and the enhanced threats against democratic freedomsChair: Valentina CarlinoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Netta Barak-Corren

Lotem Perry-Hazan
Bidirectional Legal Socialization and the Boundaries of Law: The Case of Enclave Communities Compliance with COVID-19 Regulations
Renata Deskoska
COVID-19 Legal Challenges in North Macedonia
Adam Ploszka
Human Rights Cities as an Emerging Players in Human Rights Protection System. Remarks based on Polish Human Rights Cities Experience.
Ivan Cardillo
State and Society in the Xi Jinping Thought on Rule of Law
Katrin Kappler
The Future of Militant Democracy in Germany
Panel #142The Constitutional Challenges of the Algorithmic SocietyChair: Andrea SimonciniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Oreste Pollicino

Giovanni De Gregorio
Constitutional Law in the Algorithmic Society
Erik Longo

Andrea Simoncini
Fundamental Rights and the Rule of Law in the Algorithmic Society
Francesca Lagioia
Fairness in Automated Predictions and Decisions
Amnon Reichman

Giovanni Sartor
Algorithms and Regulation
Maria Josè Schmidt-Kessen
The Tension between Collective Action of Gig Workers and Competition Law: Can Constitutional Law Offer a Way out?
Panel #143Evolving International LawChair: Irene Parra PrietoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marcus Teo
Foreign Relations Law in Singapore: A Comparative Constitutional Study
Magdalena Michalska
Human Rights and Investment Arbitration – Fields of Interaction
Maricelle Botes
The future of environmental law as a public law response to ecosystem services protection in cities
Adilkhan Turekhanov
The Future of Infrastructure Investment and Regional Economic Integration
UnHye Joe
Toward a community of law in East Asia
Panel #144A MATTER OF JUSTICE: JUDICIAL REVIEW AND NEW REMEDIES FOR THE 21ST CENTURYChair: Ron LevyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Laura Martens
Elements of Regulatory Impact Assessment in the Belgian Constitutional Court’s Reasoning: an Empirical Study
MUHAMMAD HAQUE
Public Law Compensation as a Constitutional Remedy and the Theory of ‘Bricolage’ in Bangladesh
Anthony Tonio Borg
The effects of judgments declaring laws invalid in Malta
Simon Young
The Future of the ‘Fair Hearing’ in Australian public law: Perception, Consequence and the Boundaries of Judicial Function
Sarah Murray

Varun Ghosh
The Spirit of Ely – ‘Representation-Reinforcing’ Theory in Australian Democratic Jurisprudence
Johanna Heinemann
Waldron and Dworkin on Judicial Review: Adversaries or Allies?
Panel #145The relationship between executive and legislative bodies in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemicChair: Caterina Domenicali2nd Chair: Angelo GoliaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Manuel Martínez-Novillo
Constitutional self-restraint in times of crisis
Lorena Chano Regaňa
The constitutional legitimacy of the action of the Parliament during the right of exception in Spain
Alberto Arcuri

Micol Pignataro
From a legislating body to a body that holds into account. Remolding the Italian Parliament
Day 3 | July 8 | Session XXIV | Parallel panels. Starting time | 8:40-10:10 UTC -
Panel #146Book Launch: Contemporary Constitutional Challenges to the Separation of PowersChair: Nicola Lupo No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Helle Krunke
Book Discussion
Peter Cane
Book discussion
Joelle Grogan
Book Discussion
Antonia Baraggia

Cristina Fasone

Luca Pietro Vanoni
Book Discussion
Panel #147Control in shared administration – the enforcement of EU LawChair: Sabrina Röttger-WirtzNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mariolina Eliantonio
Agencies and MS cooperation in inspection tasks: do accountability regimes follow suit?
Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz
Enforcement of EU pharmaceutical: inspection cooperation from global to EU to national level
Luisa Marin
Controlling escapes from law: the externalization of migration policies as shared administration of EU borders with Third Countries and its effects on accountability
Sarah Tas
Frontex actions: out of control? The complexity of composite decision-making procedures
Maurizia de Bellis
Controlling administrative inspections: EU enforcement and fundamental rights
Lilian Tsourdi
Shifting executive power in EU migration policy: joint implementation and steering through EU agencies
Panel #148Administrative Justice Fin de siècle. Early Judicial Standards of Administrative Conduct in EuropeChair: Otto PfersmannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Robert Thomas
Commentary on the Book. A UK perspective
Mario Pilade Chiti
Commentary on the Book. An Italian perspective
Joanna Wegner

Zbigniew Kmieciak
Commentary on the Book. A Polish perspective
Oswald Jansen
Commentary on the Book. A Dutch perspective
Giacinto della Cananea
Response by the author
Angela Ferrari Zumbini
Response by the author
Panel #149New technologies, public processes and decisionsChair: Moritz SchrammNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marcin Marcinko
Challenging the First Law of Robotics: Legal Considerations on the Use of Autonomous Armed Robots in Law Enforcement Operations
Dana Burchardt
Does digitalisation create a new type of public law?
Mayu Terada
Legal Structure and Risk Control of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technology in Japan : Expertise and Political Decisions
Guilherme Kirtschig
Pragmatic Sustainability and Emerging Technologies
Panel #150Democratic Constitutionalism in India and the European UnionChair: Philipp Dann2nd Chair: Arun ThiruvengadamNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aparna Chandra
Equality and Diversity in Indian and European Constitutional Discourse
Michaela Hailbronner
Political parties and social movements in Indian and EU law of democracy
Anuscheh Farahat
Comment on project
James Fowkes
Comment on project
Panel #151Entangled Legalities Beyond the StateChair: Neil WalkerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nico Krisch
Entangled Legalities Beyond the State
Julia Eckert
Entangled Hopes: Towards Relational Coherence
Tomer Broude
Belt, Road and (Legal) Suspenders: Entangled Legalities on the ‘New Silk Road’
Machiko Kanetake
Normative pathways between UN human rights treaty monitoring bodies and domestic courts
Neil Walker
Discussant
Ralf Michaels
Tertiary Rules
Panel #152The EU in Times of Post Pandemic Recovery: reconciling distrust and solidarity?'Chair: Giovanni Zaccaroni2nd Chair: Giulia Gentile3rd Chair: Claudia CinnirellaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Claudia Cinnirella
The EU Solidarity- Based Emergency Constitution
Giulia Gentile
Too unpredictable to be tamed? The management of emergencies in the EU
Giovanni Zaccaroni
Pandemic Response as Stasis or Catalyst of (Treaty) Change
Marco Cecili

Martina Cardone
Privacy and Coronavirus: a Necessary Balance
Giuliano Vosa
Discussant
Giorgia Lo Tauro
Discussant
Day 3 | July 8 | Session XXV | Parallel panels. Starting time | 10:20-11:50 UTC -
Panel #153International Influence on Constitution Making (Part B)Chair: Maartje de VisserNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maartje de Visser
Transnational constitutional advice, established democracies and the Venice Commission
Anna Dziedzic
International Influence in Constitution Making: Three Pacific Constitutions
Coel Kirkby
Coups as Constitution-Making in Post-Independence African States
Elisabeth Perham
Modes of external constitutional advising
Zaid Al-Ali
Discussant
Panel #154Legal aspects of self-employmentChair: Robert SiucińskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mateusz Barwaśny
Legal protection against discrimination and unequal treatment of self-employed in Poland
Marcin Krajewski
Social insurance for the self-employed in Poland – selected issues
Aneta Tyc
Collective labour rights of self-employed persons: a comparative approach
Tomasz Duraj
Discussant
Panel #155Legislation in the Visegrad countries - shortcomings and opprotunitiesChair: Zsolt SzabóNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Simona Farkašová
Legislation in Slovakia
Mateusz Pękala
Legislative inflation in Poland
Michal Riha
Vox populi as a driving force for lawmakers in the Czech Republic
Zsolt Szabó
More, faster, longer – 30 years of legislation in Hungary
Panel #156EU, constitutional authorities and identitiesChair: Lukas HamrikNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Endre Orban
Constitutional Identity in the Jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union
Maciej Krogel
Epistemology of the constitutional conflicts in Europe
Róisín Áine Costello
Law and Political Economy Approaches to EU Constitutionalism
Katarzyna Krzyzanowska
National constitutional identity versus European values: the Polish judicial perspective
Esin Kucuk Gerner

Carsten Gerner-Beuerle
Solidarity between the Member States as a general principle of EU law
Panel #157LOCAL AND NATIONAL IN PANDEMIC AND POST-PANDEMIC EMERGENCYChair: Pierpaolo ForteNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Donato Vese

Viviana Di Capua
The Legal Foundation of the Emergency Powers in Europe
Luca Perfetti

Marina Roma
LOCAL AND NATIONAL POWERS IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. A LESSON FROM ITALY FACING PANDEMIC
Filippo Borriello

Francesco Rota
Administrative organization and social rights protection in pandemic and post-pandemic emergency
Luigi Ferrara
Territorial resilience and post-pandemic governance in analysing the Next Generation EU instrument and the Italian recovery and resilience plan
Benedetta Giordano

Nicoletta Pica
Recovery and restart between territorial cohesion and protection of freedoms: juridical insights into culture and circulation
Panel #158New Patterns in Cultural Heritage LawChair: Andrea AverardiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Clizia Franceschini
“Contested Religious Heritage and the Impact of UNESCO’s Decisions: Critical Issues and Challenges to the (Neutral) Application of UNESCO’s Rules”
Mariafrancesca Cataldo
Untangling the Responsibility to protect doctrine: what future for the cultural heritage?
Agnese Mussatti
The Faro Convention and its Impact on the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Italy: Reflections on the Case of Ecomuseums.
Livia Baldinelli
Covid-19 and the support to cultural industries: a (temporary) change of paradigm
Panel #159Rethinking Separation of PowersChair: Eoin CarolanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Swati Jhaveri
Separation of Powers, the Administrative State and Public Administration
Tarun Khaitan
The Guarantor Branch
Michaela Hailbronner
Flexibility, failure and the separation of powers
Panel #160DEVELOPMENTS IN FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND INFORMATION IIChair: Anna OlijnykNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andras Pap
Academic freedom and public law: a business and human rights perspective
Gloria Pettinari
Freedom of information (FOI) during the pandemic: a reasoning from the Italian case.
Benjamin Joshua Ong
How not to protest in Singapore: two models of the protection of the freedom of assembly
Luiz Fernando Castilhos Silveira

Carolina Cyrillo
University Autonomy as a Constitutional Guarantee of Fundamental Rights
Panel #161The ‘New’ ECB? (3): Moving beyond Monetary PolicyChair: Thomas Beukers2nd Chair: Diane FromageNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Takis Tridimas
Discussant
Jonathan Bauerschmidt
The European Central Bank and Economic Integration
Kern Alexander
The ECB’s role in the European Banking Union
Ad van Riet
The European Central Bank in the New Normal: Organizing Fiscal Support for Monetary Policy
Agnieszka Smolenska

Thomas Beukers
The instruments of financial stability – a legal and conceptual analysis of the ECB’s toolbox
Panel #162BORDERS & PEOPLE: MIGRATION AND FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT IIChair: Amelia SimpsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jonathan Hafetz
Constitutional Rights at the Border
Zhi Wei Leo
Immigration Laws in the Time of COVID-19: Discretionary Powers Gone Too Far?
Kateryna Krakhmalova
Migrant Agency Challenge to the Mobile Law: a case-study from Ukraine
Mónika Márton
Romania’s response to the public emergency: Derogation from the European Convention on Human Rights
Day 3 | July 8 | Session XXVI | Plenary Panel | Democracy and the Future of Public Law | 12:00-13:30 UTC -
Democracy and the Future of Public LawChair: Rosalind Dixon Co-president, International Society of Public Law

Cass R Sunstein | Harvard Law School

Karen Stenner | Behavioral Economist and Political Psychologist

Aslı Bâli | UCLA School of Law

David Law | The University of Hong Kong

Moderator: Rosalind Dixon | ICON-S

Day 3 | July 8 | Session XXVII | Parallel panels | 13:40-15:10 UTC -
Panel #163A Conversation on "The Future of Constitutionalism"Chair: Richard AlbertNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bruce Ackerman
Comments on “The Future of Constitutionalism”
Luís Roberto Barroso
Comments on “The Future of Constitutionalism”
Menaka Guruswamy
Comments on “The Future of Constitutionalism”
Panel #164Private Challenges and Public Law. Reflections within the Jean Monnet Chair Business Law in the European Union and Sustainable Economy - BLEUSEChair: Alessio BartolacelliNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ninfa Contigiani
The Social Transformation of XIX Century beyond the Civil Constitution's Borders
Alessio Bartolacelli
When Public is no Longer Enough: Third and Fourth Sector and Public Law
Laura Vagni
Property rights and public goals: comparative remarks on the collective use of private property
Chiara Feliziani

Cristiana Lauri
Right to Move vs. Right to Remain. Lectures from the Environmental and Pandemic Experiences
Pamela Lattanzi
Discussant
Panel #165The role of interdisciplinary expertise in international lawChair: Joanna HarringtonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Katalin Sulyok
Epistemic complexities of using scientific input in international environmental litigation
Solon Solomon
Psychologists and the question of civilian mental harm in international criminal proceedings involving war crimes: An unmeasurable measure or a new benchmark for the legality principle?
Sarah Jamal
The International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism (IIIM): a laboratory of new expertise in international fact-finding
Annette Froehlich
Human Rights Supported by International Space Law and Remote Sensing
Antal Berkes
International fact-finding and Big Data
Panel #166The Public Law of the Body: Inequities in the Regulation of the Body in its Productive and Reproductive CapacitiesChair: Mathilde Cohen2nd Chair: Courtney CahillNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Audrey Boisgontier
Law as a Vector of Sexual Binarity: The Example of Intersex Athletes’ Bodies
Mathilde Cohen
How Should Lab-Grown Human Milk Be Regulated?
Diane Hoffman
Regulation of Vaginal Secretions as a Drug or Tissue and the Implications for Women’s Autonomy
Clare Patton
Breastfeeding as a Human Right
Judit Sándor
Should We Form a Family with the State? Trust, Reproduction, and Gender
Panel #167(STILL) A SYSTEM OF CHECK AND BALANCES? DEVELOPMENTS OF AND CHALLENGES TO THE SEPARATION OF POWERS IIIChair: Juan LópezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gabriel Pereira
“Judges as Equilibrists: Explaining Judicial Activism in Latin America”
Emanuel Andrade Linhares
Collegiality and Integrity on the Rule of Law: a Dworkin´s view on Judicial Responsibility
Amal Sethi

Shree Agnihotri
Popular Constitutionalism: It’s Potential and Pitfalls In India (And The Global South)
Daniela Altieri Pereira
Public hearings as legitimation instrument of decisions handed down by the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court in the context of judicial activism
Gaurav Mukherjee
The Legitimacy of Transformative Constitutional Adjudication
Panel #168Constitutional Principles and Migration Law and Practice in the EU, US and Canada: Influence and CleavagesChair: Bruno De Witte No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Iris Goldner Lang

Boldizsár Nagy
External Border Control Techniques in the EU as a Challenge to the Principle of Non-Refoulement
James Simeon
“Interrogating the Constitutional Validity of ‘Indefinite Detention’ and the ‘Safe Third Country Agreement’ in Canada”
Lilian Tsourdi
Asylum in the EU and Rule of Law Backsliding
Sabi Ardalan
Fast-track Removals from the U.S. and Violations of Due Process and Non-Refoulement Obligations
Panel #169Multilevel jurisdictions: European challengesChair: Luísa NettoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mário Barata
AUTOMOBILE TAXES AND THE PORTUGUESE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT’S FIRST PRELIMINARY REFERENCE
Jesse Claassen
Enforcing EU Law via the Preliminary Ruling Procedure: Balancing Effectiveness and Coherence
Patricia Popelier

Esther Van Zimmeren

Monika Glavina

Federica Baldan
Trust and distrust in courts in a multi-level judicial system
Panel #170A Research on Transnational Administrative Law as a Contribution to the Analysis of the Future of Public Law: Theoretical InputsChair: Giacinto della CananeaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jean Bernard Auby
The research
Emilie Chevalier

Olivier Dubos
Transnational Administrative Acts
Maurizia De Bellis

Rui Lanceiro
Transnational administrative procedures
Martina Conticelli

Francesca Di Lascio
The citizen
Mariolina Eliantonio
Discussant
Luca De Lucia
Discussant
Panel #171Book Roundtable on Democracy without shortcutsChair: Ignacio Giuffré2nd Chair: Emanuel OlivaresNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ignacio Giuffré
Deliberative Constitutionalism “Without Shortcuts”
Emanuel Olivares
“Minipublics in Robes: A reflexive republican perspective of judicial review”
Victoria Kristan
Global Participatory Democracy ‘Without Shortcuts’
Roberto Gargarella
Democracy with and Without Shortcuts. Points and Counterpoints with Lafont
José Luis Martí
Epistemic Control and Collective Intelligence
Ana Cannilla
A Critique of ‘Citizens in Robes’
Panel #172The Future of Public Law: What Does Legal Philosophy and Theory Offers?Chair: Imer B FloresNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gonzalo Ramírez Cleves
The influence of Kelsen in Colombia
Javier Ortiz Flores
Hart’s Influence on Judicial Opinions in Mexico
Claudia Toledo
Claim to Correctness and the Necessary Connection between Law and Morality by Robert Alexy
David Sierra Sorockinas
A Counterpoint on Disagreements in Theory. The Blind and Deaf Fugue
Olga Patricia Velásquez Ocampo
Catharine Mackinnon’s contributions to Feminism Constitutionalism in Latin America
Luis Fernando Bermeo Álvarez
¿How can we be building a global constitutionalism without a state, in the context of contemporary globalization? An inquiry
Panel #173How COVID made it worse: the impact of the pandemic on preexisting crisesChair: Valentina CarlinoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Legesse Mengie
COVID-19 and elections in Ethiopia: Exploring constitutional interpretation by the House of the Federation as an exit strategy
Tania Luna Blanco
Law, pandemics, and pathologization of violence: memories at war for the inevitability of the avoidable
Dimitry Gegenava
Parliamentary Republic without Parliamentary Control: Covid-19, Delegation of Legislative Power and the Georgian Case
Federica Marconi

ELISABETTA IOSSA

BIANCAMARIA RAGANELLI
Public Procurement, Bid Rigging, Corruption and Cartels in Times of Covid-19
Renata Tranjan

Victor Petersen
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Executive-Legislative relations in Brazil’s democracy
Panel #174Is Contemporary Public Law Enough? Domestic, European, and International Law Reflections on the ESM Reform and the ESM Pandemic Crisis SupportChair: Luca Pietro VanoniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luigi Crema
A Sovereign Going Abroad with Horse and Scepter. Public International Law Rules Are Not a Good Fit for European Reforms
Hoai-Thu Nguyen
The bold, the rich, and the others? On power asymmetries between national parliaments under the ESM
Benedetta Vimercati
Is the Italian Public Law enough? Constitutional issues on the ESM Reform.
Ilaria Anrò
ESM reform and judicial protection: a missed opportunity?
Filippo Croci
The ESM’s Pandemic Crisis Support: a ‘reform in disguise’ or a ‘non-reform’?
Miriam Postiglione
The ESM and the exclusion of the European Parliament: a waiver to the checks and balance?
Panel #175The Future of Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations (1): Overcoming Dissent and DistrustChair: Elena Pribytkova2nd Chair: Paul Linden-RetekNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gina J. Choi
Vaccine Justice: For a Sustainable Disaster Management Scheme in Response to Pandemics
Paul Linden-Retek
‘Safe Third Country’: A Theory of a Dangerous Concept and the Democratic Ends of International Human Rights
Klaus D. Beiter
The Global Demotion of Education from Public Good to Commodity – Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations to Protect and the Legitimate Role of “the Private”
Elia Antonietta
Between Legal Impressionism and Political Realism: The Human Rights Obligations into the New EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement
Panel #176(STILL) A SYSTEM OF CHECK AND BALANCES? THE SEPARATION OF POWERS TO THE TEST OF MODERN TIMES IVChair: Jose MichausNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Malkhaz Nakashidze
Challenges to Judicial Independence in context of the European Integration and Implementation of EU fundamental values in Georgia
Stefanie Lemke
Europe’s sharp decline in judicial independence – Is there a way out?
Miroslaw Granat
Incapacitated but Necessary. The Constitutional Tribunal in the Hands of Politics
Shirley Naveh
Rent Extraction in the Institutional Arena – Bills as a Strategic Tool in the Discourse on the Independence of the Judiciary
Ricardo Alexis Uvalle Aguilera
The rupture of constitutional order in Mexico: the extension of term of Supreme Court´s chief justice
Panel #177BEYOND FORMAL CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS: DIFFERENT WAYS TO CHANGE A CONSTITUTION?Chair: Raquel SarriaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Alex Layden
A Theory of Informal Constitutional Change
Gustavo Dalpupo de Lara
Antidotes to abusive constitutionalism: miniconstitutions
Damla Ercan

If/When Does Informal Constitutional Change by Constitutional Courts Become Unconstitutional?: Rethinking the Nexus of Interpretation, Unamendability and Unconstitutionality
Daniel Bogéa
THE COURT AS AN INTEREST GROUP: When constitutional courts lobby constitution-making and constitutional reform processes
Panel #178Strategic Courts and Democratic BackslidingChair: Erin DelaneyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mark Graber
Born Populist: The Trump Administration, the Courts and the Constitution of the United States
Renata Uitz
Against Constitutional Chicanery: The Rule of Law Strikes Back
Tom Daly
Cornered Courts: Democratic Decay and Unprecedented Judicial Action Beyond the Courtroom
Jan Petrov
Is Resistance Futile? Countering Democratic Decay the Judicial Way
Rivka Weill
Discussant
Day 3 | July 8 | Session XXVIII | Parallel panels | 15:20-16:50 UTC -
Panel #179THE EFFECTIVE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS: NEW DEVELOPMENTSChair: Ngozi UmehNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Olanike Adelakun
A Critical Examination of the role of African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights in Development of Law
Maria Paula Dallari Bucci
Law and Public Policy Approach: the dynamics of shaping legal mechanisms to enforce human rights, empower social networks and help preventing political setbacks
Vivianne Yen-Ching Weng
NHRI as Soft Law Maker of International Human Rights Norms — Revisiting the NHRI Design in Taiwan
Vitor Fonsêca
Towards to a conventional due process
Panel #180ELECTIONS AND PUBLIC LAW: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIESChair: Juan LópezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Julien du Vergier
Democratic Integrity – Trustworthiness, Completeness, and Coherence
Monica Rosini
E-voting, constitutional principles and European standards. Some remarks on the implementation of e-voting in the Italian constitutional system.
Jacob Eisler
Election Law and Liberal Democracy before the American Supreme
Panel #181PUBLIC LAW AND FEMINISM: CHALLENGES AND EVOLUTIONS IN GENDER EQUALITY IIChair: Alba AlonsoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Asylai Akisheva
Being a Woman in Kyrgyzstan: Gender-Based Violence as a Human Rights Concern and Prospects of Its Legal Regulation
Pamela AGUIRRE
El rol contramayoritario de la Corte Constitucional ecuatoriana
Eva Maria Bredler
In Pain You Shall Bring Forth Children“? – A Human Rights-Based Approach To Violence Against Women During Childbirth
Isabel Maravall
The inconsistencies of age-related incapacity thresholds in international law: Child rape victims at a disadvantage
Galia Schneebaum
What is Wrong with Intimate Partner Abuse and Why Its Criminalization might not be Right
Panel #182EVOLUTIONS IN THE FIELD OF BIOETHICSChair: Eugenio Velasco IbarraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Shelly Simana
Is It Mine or Ours? Legal Conceptualization of the “Singular Genome”
Diana Maria Castano Vargas
The inertia of the Italian legislator and judicial remedies. The case of Medically Assisted Reproduction.
Conor Crummey

Finn Keyes
The Normative Irrelevance of Intentions in Assisted Dying Cases
Panel #183Constitutional Change and Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments: a Latin American PerspectiveChair: Sabrina RagoneNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jairo Lima
UNCONSTITUTIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSALS IN BRAZIL: when data meet theory
Letícia Kreuz
Denaturation of Brazilian Constitution through unconstitutional constitutional amendments
Juliano Benvindo
Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments under Parliamentary Oversight
Panel #184Nationality versus Residence? Part II: How the State Faces NoncitizensChair: Yukio OkitsuNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nami Thea Ohnishi
Migrant Workers and Labor Protection in Japan
Takuya Hatta
Treatment of Foreign Factors by the Japanese Civil Procedure
Keigo Fuchi
The Case for Residence-Based Taxation
Shotaro Hamamoto
Should Foreigners Be Better Protected than Nationals?
Kaoru Iokibe
Rights of Noncitizens at the Dawn of Globalization: How the 19th Century Japan Changed the World
Panel #185Pandemic, emergency state and exceptional powersChair: Manuela Losada ChavarroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lisa Parshall

Jim Twombly
Both Hands Tied Behind Your Back: Fighting a Pandemic While Deconstructing the Administrative State
Pablo Alarcón

Pamela Aguirre
Covid, Estado de Excepción y control constitucional: el caso ecuatoriano
Mayu Terada
Expansion of Executive Power and Digital Agency in Japan
Filiberto E. Brozzetti
No State of Exception without a State of Normality: from Emergency to Contingency
Bilge Erson Asar

State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks and Precluding Wrongfulness: The Case of Cyber Attacks on COVID-19 Vaccine Data
Panel #186Global Studies in Action: Citizens/Voters and the FutureChair: Benedetta BarbisanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Benedetta Barbisan
The Old-Fashioned (or Out of Fashion) Prohibition on the Imperative Mandate
Miriam Bartolozzi
COVID-19 and Fundamental Rights: Reshaping the Role of the Right to Privacy
Fulvio Costantino
Digital Barbarians. Who Helps the Watchmen?
Omar Pallotta
Participation by Means of Political Parties at EU Level: State of the Art and Prospects
Chiara Salati
Active citizens collaborating with public authorities for taking care of the commons: a perspective from Italian cities
Panel #187The role(s) of the civil service in constitutional democraciesChair: Vicki JacksonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vicki jackson
Constitutionalism, the idea of the civil service, and constitutional law
Peter Cane
Discussant
Manuel Cepeda
Discussant
Swati Jhaveri
Discussant
Oren Tamir
discussant
Mark Tushnet
Discussant
Panel #188Transitional justice and constitutionalism: towards a new understanding?Chair: Giulia TiberiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Anna Myriam Roccatello
The role and significance of constitutional reforms in the evolution of transitional justice.
Palmina Tanzarella
The contribution of transitional justice measures to constitution-building processes: case studies.
Amanda Cats - Baril
Moving Beyond Transitions to Transformation: Interactions between Transitional Justice and Constitution-Building
Irene Spigno
The inclusion of a gender perspective in the Mexican transitional justice process
Giulia Tiberi
Interactions between transitional justice and constitution-building: the cross-fertilization at the global level of an autonomous “right to truth”?
Panel #189The ‘New’ ECB? (2): Institutional settings 20 years after its establishmentChair: Vestert BorgerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
David Baez
Discussant
Alexander Thiele
Discussant
Menelaos Markakis

Fabian Amtenbrink
The Evolving Accountability of the European Central Bank
Takis Tridimas
The ECB, the Court of Justice and the redesigning of the integration paradigm
Diane Fromage
(Re-) Situating the ECB in the EU’s institutional landscape
Panel #190The Future of Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations (2): Accountability of Non-State ActorsChair: Gráinne de BúrcaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elena Pribytkova
Do Non-State Actors Bear Obligations in the Area of Socio-Economic Rights? (Towards a Theory of Extraterritorial Obligations)
Maddalena Neglia
Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence Legislations (mHRDD) in Europe: hope for extraterritorial obligations in business and human rights?
Jane Rooney
The Extractive Industry and Foreign Security
Amrei Müller
Beyond Jurisdiction: Responsibilities for the Right to Health
Panel #191Constitutional values beyond the StateChair: Francisco Abreu DuarteNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Cláudia Milani e Silva
A URBAN STORYTELLING: HOW URBAN SPACES ENGAGE IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL NARRATIVE?
VIJAYASHRI SRIPATI
Global Power through Constitutionalizing Property Rights
Mohamed Moussa
Judging One’s Own Case: Federal Powers and Divisive Rights
Alma Diamond
Law as Common Ground: Another Look at Conventional Practices
Emily Sipiorski
Scientific Knowledge, Justice, and the Fair (International) Trial
Valentina Volpe
The Venice Commission’s Brave New World: Triangulating Constitutional Assistance, Global Membership and European Standards
Panel #192A MATTER OF JUSTICE: JUDICIAL REVIEW AND NEW REMEDIES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY IIChair: Moritz SchrammNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Joanna Langille
A Common Law Constitutionalist Account of the Public Policy Exception in Choice of Law
Laura Martens

Wim Marneffe

Patricia Popelier
Does the quality of legislation impact the chance of ending up before the Belgian Constitutional Court?
Ondrej Kadlec
Grand Chambers: A Conceptual Analysis
Davy Lalor
Judicial Remedies for the 21st Century
Cristian Andrade
LA MEDIDA CAUTELAR JUDICIAL, ¿DECISIÓN CONSTITUCIONAL O DISCRECIONAL?
John Sebastian
Underinclusive Laws and Constitutional Remedies – An Exploration of India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019
Panel #193THEORIES OF INTERPRETATION IN PUBLIC LAWChair: Pablo Rivas-RobledoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Peter Szigeti
Conceptual Clusters and the Art of (Non-)Definition
Lucrecia Garcia Iommi
Contestation all the way down. Legal indeterminacy, Norm Contestation, and the Formal Validity of Norms.
Breno Baía Magalhães

Alina da Costa Ribeiro

Gabriela Sena Santos
Decision-making process and constitutional interpretation: the impact of interpretative factors on the construction of constitutional rights.
Panel #194THE ADJUDICATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS: PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL CHALLENGESChair: Gabriela González-NiñoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Felipe Bravo
A critique of adjudication of social rights by judges in Chile
Natalia Caicedo
Enforcing housing rights: limits on rental prices in the case law of ECHR.
Siddharth Siddharth
Identifying standards of judicial review for implementation of socio-economic rights.
Rodolfo Gutiérrez Silva
The Justiciability of the Right to Health in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, and Colombia
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Panel #195Organization, territory, and community: formulas to safeguard quality in public spendingChair: Loredana Nada Elvira Giani2nd Chair: Aristide PoliceNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Benedetta Lubrano
PNRR and quality of public spending
Valentina Castello
Spending quality and sustainability for health care system and services
Annarita Iacopino

Giuseppe Andrea Primerano
Public performance and expenditure quality
Vinicio Brigante

Vanessa Manzetti
Audit system and public expenditure quality
Panel #196Political systems in time of pandemic. Citizens distancing from participation and representationChair: Nadia Urbinati2nd Chair: Andrea PerticiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nadia Urbinati
Filling the Void, Possessing Power: The Transformative Character of Populist Politics
Francesca Biondi

Andrea Pertici
The Parliamentary institution during the Covid-19 pandemic: the role played by remote voting and participation
Carlo Saloi
Citizens faced with the exercise of the power of local ordinance in the coronavirus crisis
Davide Zanoni
Ruling in a Rush. Legislative Bodies between Decisionist Temptations and Functionalist Presumptions
Pietro Villaschi
Towards a virtual Parliament: reflections on the Italian experience from a comparative perspective
Panel #197CRISIS OR INEPT PREPARATION FOR DEMOCRACY?Chair: Denis De Castro HalisNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luiz Fernando Coelho
Rethinking Constitutional Democracy
Marcelo Galuppo
Do Scientists Have a Privileged Standpoint in Democracies?
Denis De Castro Halis
Political-Legal Responsibilities Of Companies: The New Frontier Of Corporate Social Responsibility?
Panel #198Strengthening fundamental liberties on the InternetChair: Ingo Wolfgang SarletNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ingo Wolfgang Sarlet
The problem of hate speech in the internet
Gabrielle Bezerra Sales Sarlet
Digital Identity and the Problem of Digital Inheritance: a Legal Analysis of the Limits of the Posthumous Protection of Personality on the Internet from the Point of View of the Brazilian Legal System
Catarina Santos Botelho
The right to be forgotten: a crescendo of protection through courts
Panel #199The COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges to federal and non-federal states: a constitutional comparative studyChair: Giorgia Pavani No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marie Christine Fuchs
Federalism and COVID-19: the German model put to test
Esteban Nader
The Argentinian experience in the fight against the pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus: an analysis of the federalism structure
Martin Gandur
The (Less) United States: Federalism & Decentralization in the Era of COVID-19
Luiz Guilherme Arcaro Conci
Brazilian federation on the move: opportunism and decentralization to face the COVID-19 pandemic
Manuellita Hermes
Discussant
Panel #200ICCAL AND PANDEMIC DIALOGUES: INTER-AMERICAN STANDARDS OF PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN COVID-19 TIMESChair: Flávia Piovesan2nd Chair: Melina FachinNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
SILVIA STEININGER
How to Engage in a Dialogue? Understanding the Extra-Judicial Communication of the Inter-American Human Rights Institutions
MONIA CLARISSA HENNIG LEAL
TOWARDS CONVENTIONALIZATION: OVERSTEPPING THE PROBLEM OF SOVEREIGNTY (ONCE AGAIN) AND THE ROLE OF ICCAL
IRENE SPIGNO
Reparatory Measures with a Gender Perspective: Is Dialogue Enough?
JUAN C. HERRERA
National margin of appreciation in Latin America? The problem is in the institutional design!
ANA CAROLINA LOPES OLSEN
Deference and Pluralism in the Latin American Ius Constitutionale Commune: Propositions from Judicial Dialogue
Panel #201The Positivist Account and the Challenge of New ConstitutionalismChair: Alessio SardoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nicoletta Bersier Ladavac
Kelsen’s Legal Positivism and the Legal-Rational State
Monika Zalewska
Can The Fictional Basic Norm Be the Basis of the Entire Legal System?
Sofya Koval
Ronald Dworkin’s Criticism of Positivist Constitutional Interpretation
Wei Feng
Human Dignity, Personality, and Constitutional Review
Alessio Sardo
Legal Positivism and Constitutional Originalism
Santiago Ortega
Rethinking Citizenship – A Conceptual Analysis
Panel #202Judicial review of public policies and measures against the pandemicChair: Elena Escobar ANo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ignacio Álvarez

María Garrote

Covadonga Ferrer
“In the hands of judges”. Limitation of rights in pandemic and judicial review in Spain
Joana Machado
COURTS, POLITICS AND CONSTITUTIONAL DIALOGUE IN THE COVID-19 CONTEXT: A BRAZILIAN CASE STUDY
Tess Upperton

Thomas Buocz

Magdalena Nemeth

Iris Eisenberger
Lockdown by Press Conference? COVID-19 and the Rule of Law in New Zealand and Austria
Claudio Ladeira de Oliveira

Delamar Dutra
The COVID-19 crisis in Brazil as a case for political, not legal, constitutionalism.
Panel #203Free Speech in a Globalised World (session 4): Hateful Speech OnlineChair: Jacob MchangamaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Natalie Alkiviadou
Private moderation of online hate: A panacea or cureless ill?
Stefan Theil
Free speech and its consequences
Gavin Phillipson
Treating terrorism propaganda as uniquely dangerously speech: the EU’s shift from voluntary to compulsory notice and takedown procedures and its implications for freedom of speech
Panel #204Detecting democratic backsliding IChair: Micol PignataroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Juha Tuovinen
Calling the Bluff: Why is Democratic Backsliding so Difficult to Detect, or Is It?
Claudia Toledo
The Current Democracy Erosion – Example: Brazil
Roila Mavrouli
The populist transformation of constitutional law: an analysis of « illiberal democracies
Gustavo Buss
THE PROBLEM OF RELIGION IN THE EDIFICATION OF A LIBERAL CONSTITUTIONAL PROJECT: A TUG-OF-WAR WITH DEMOCRACY
Panel #205HOW TO SHAPE THE POLITY? VALUES, PRINCIPLES, AND CULTURAL TRADITIONSChair: Azubike Onuora-OgunoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marina Bonatto
A woman’s place is in the resistance: the role of feminism in the radicalization of democracy
Luis Claudio Martins de Araujo
Constitutional design in new democracies.
Augusto Wiegand Cruz
Human Dignity in the Chilean New Constitution
Joao Vitor Cardoso

Javier Couso Salas
Political Legitimacy, Models of Constitution Making and Separation of Powers: Toward A Basic Principle
Cristian Eyzaguirre

Fernando Mendoza
The last Soviet in Havana: A comparative analysis of Cuba’s 2019 constitution within the Marxist-socialist legal tradition
Panel #206Roundtable on the judicial public function in the stage of the pandemic by COVID-19. Overview in the context of Cuban public law. (Spanish)Chair: Ramón Alarcón BorgesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jorge Luis Ordelin Font
Discussant
Noadis Milán Morales
Discussant
Raúl Vega Cardona
Discussant
Catalina Ediltrudis Panadero de la Cruz
Discussant
Celia Araujo Quintero
Discussant
Karel Feria Galbán
Discussant
Panel #207Constitution and Inclusion - challenges for the coming decadesChair: Octaviano PadoveseNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
José Garcez Ghirardi
Populist governments, Courts and the fight for democracy: An analysis of Supreme Court rulings in contemporary Brazil
Vrinda Narain
exclusion and inclusion of Hindu women – on the Temple Entry ban, the Supreme Court of India’s Sabarimala case.
Octaviano Padovese
Shibboleth – the politics of membership
Kuan-Wei Chen
Who are We the People ONLINE? the Contradictions of Digital Participation and National Security in Taiwan
Zachary Elkins
Language Communities and Constitution Making
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Panel #208Comparative Political Process Theory: Democracy and TrustChair: Michaela HailbronnerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
James Fowkes
Trust and Political Process Theory
Stephen Gardbaum
Comparative Political Process Theory
Rivka Weill
Judicial Intervention in Parliamentary Affairs to Replace the Legislature’s Speaker
Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov
Comparative Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Omnibus Legislation
Roberto Gargarella
From democracy and distrust to a contextually situated dialogic theory
Michaela Hailbronner
Discussant
Panel #209Book Panel: Constitutional Statecraft in Asian Courts (OUP, 2020)Chair: Yaniv RoznaiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yaniv Roznai
Commentator
Mila Versteeg
Commentator
Tamir Moustafa
Commentator
Stefanus Hendrianto
Commentator
Yvonne Tew
Response by Book Author
Panel #210Technological innovation, investments and the future of public law: a legal and policy approachChair: Aldo Sandulli2nd Chair: Elisabetta Morlino3rd Chair: Cristian IaioneNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elisabetta Tatì

Alessandro Nato
Green innovation in the SMEs sector, investments and the future of European public law: the role of the European Investment Bank.
Cristian Iaione

Dhanay Cadillo Chandler

Elena De Nictolis
The principle of sustainable innovation according to the EU 2021-2027 financial framework: co-governance as a key dimension, cities as laboratories of experimentation. Challenges of IP and public law.
Aldo Sandulli

Marta Simoncini

Elisabetta Morlino
Digital innovation in public administration through investments in infrastructures: the Italian case
Panel #211The Possibilities and Limits of Judicial Dialogue in Theory and PracticeChair: Eszter Bodnár2nd Chair: Oreste PollicinoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Amnon Reichman
Inter-and-Intra Continental Dialogue: Hierarchical Belonging, Constitutional Doctrine and Communicative Structures
Eszter Bodnár
Transjudicial communication: parallel monologues vs. real dialogue? A case study on the Supreme Court of Canada and the European Court of Human Rights
Oreste Pollicino
Constitutional Identity vs (Common) Constitutional Traditions: Much More Complicate than Constitutional Patriotism vs Judicial Dialogue Mood
Giuseppe Martinico
Judicial Dialogue and Comparative Law: Lost in Translation?
Filippo Fontanelli
The shoe that does not drop – invalidity of State measures for breach of the Charter
Panel #212The Right to Have Rights – 70 Years OnChair: Patricia MindusNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tommaso Braida
The Lack of Right to have Rights of Detained Stateless Persons
Katja Swider
The relationship between Nationality and Rights
Octaviano Padovese
What Was Left for the Rights? Radical Friendship and Foreigners
Ruvi Zeigler
Re-think Border Control Practices in the Light of the Refugee Convention
Tendayi Bloom
Human Rights are Not Enough – and the urgent need for noncitizenism
Panel #213The transformations of the legal sources in Latinamerica and SpainChair: HÉCTOR SANTAELLA2nd Chair: Ramon Huapaya3rd Chair: Christian RojasNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Carlos Pelayo Moller
International Human Rights and the transformation of the law sources system in Mexico
Silvia Diez Sastre
The Transformation of the legal sources in Spain and the EU
HÉCTOR SANTAELLA
The transformation of the legal sources in Colombia
RAMÓN HUAPAYA
The transformations of the legal sources in Peru
CHRISTIAN ROJAS
The transformation of the legal sources in Chile
Panel #214Transparency in the transposition of EU Directives: the cases of «nudging» and «goldplating»Chair: Pedro Lopes2nd Chair: Raquel Franco3rd Chair: Jorge Silva SampaioNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Raquel Franco

Pedro Lopes

Jorge Silva Sampaio
Nudging as a tool: the case of the transposition of EU Directives.
Eduardo Magrani

Nevin Alija

Felipe Andrade
‘Gold-Plating’ in the transposition of EU law: a definition
Manuel Cabugueira
How to identify 'gold plating': challenges and solutions
Silvia Zorzetto
Discussant
Francesco Ferraro
Discussant
Panel #215Pandemic Populism? Emergency Powers, Authoritarianism and COVID-19Chair: Kim Lane Scheppele2nd Chair: Aeyal GrossNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Barbara Grabowska-Moroz
Pandemic Populism in Poland
Emilio Peluso Neder Meyer

Thomas Bustamante
Brazil: COVID-19, Illiberal Politics, and the Rule of Law
Raul Sanchez-Urribarri
Venezuela: COVID-19 and the Consolidation of Maduro’s Autocracy
Bojan Bugaric
Pandemic Populism – the UK
Asli Bali
Pandemic populism in Turkey
Gabor Halmai
Pandemic Populism : Hungary
Panel #216Book Launch - The Mimetic Evolution of the Court of Justice of the EU: a Comparative Law PerspectiveChair: Antonia BaraggiaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Leonardo Pierdominici
Comparative Law in the Study of the Court of the Justice of the EU
Katalin Kelemen
Judicial appointments at the Court
Marjan Kos
The Court as a Deliberative Institution
Francisco Pereira Coutinho
Docket Control at the Court of Justice
Orlando Scarcello
The Style of Court Decisions
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Panel #217THE TRANSFORMATIVE ROLE OF “INSTITUTIONAL WATCHDOGS” IN THE PANDEMIA: "IUS CONSTITUTIONALE COMMUNE" IN EUROPE AND LATIN AMERICA (Spanish)Chair: Micaela AlterioNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jorge Roa Roa
CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS BEFORE DEMOCRATIC EROSION
Laura Hering
COVID-19 IN THE JURISPRUDENCE OF THE GERMAN COURTS
Maria Diaz Crego
THE ROLE OF “INSTITUTIONAL WATCHDOGS” DURING THE PANDEMIC IN THE EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES
Patrícia Perrone Campos Mello
THE ROLE OF THE BRAZILIAN “INSTITUTIONAL WATCHDOGS” IN PROTECTING RIGHTS DURING THE PANDEMIC AND THE IMPORTANCE OF A “IUS CONSTITUTIONALE COMMUNE”
Panel #218Book Discussion: The proportionality of punishment as a constitutional principle (English/Spanish)Chair: Christoph Burchard No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Francesco Viganò
Discussant
Antonio Bascuñán
Discussant
Vittorio Manes
Discussant
Marina Minguez Rosique
Discussant
Nicola Recchia
Discussant
Panel #219Trends in Global Constitutionalism: Thoughts for ECR ScholarsChair: Jacob EislerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jo Shaw
Global Constitutionalism After Trump
Antje Wiener
Global Constitutionalism 10 Years On
Berihun Adugna Gebeye
Global constitutionalism and cultural diversity: The emergence of jurisgenerative constitutionalism in Africa
Lucrecia Garcia Iommi
Global Constitutionalism Article contents Abstract: References Norm internalisation revisited: Norm contestation and the life of norms at the extreme of the norm cascade
Panel #220Democratic backsliding, political debate and representationChair: Elena Escobar ANo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Carlos Henrique Freitas

Adelino Jose Carvalho Dias
A national security act, a constitution and an unburied past in Brazil
Daniel Bogéa

André de Castro O. P. Braga
THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE UNDER STRESS IN BRAZIL: Reshuffling the State through executive decrees and provisional measures (2019-2021)
Matija Milos
The meaning of political representation in liberal constitutionalism: a constitutional silence with an uncertain future?
Arta Vorpsi
The pragmatic democracy towards representative democracy – Some reflection on Albanian political reality
Panel #221Paths of Change in International Law IIChair: Nico KRISCHNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nicolas Lamp
Arrested Norm Development: The Failure of Legislative-Judicial Dialogue in the WTO
Dorothea Endres
Whose international law is changing? The role of communities of practice
Nina Kiderlin
How do geopolitical shifts translate into international legal change? The case of China at the WTO
Fuad Zarbiyev
A Quiet Revolution in the Making? The Changing Authority of States in Treaty Interpretation
Moshe Hirsch
Discussant
Panel #222Rights and new technologiesChair: Sergio Morales-BarretoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andra le Roux-Kemp
Justice, Coming to a Screen Near You (The English Ren(e)dition)
Tais Fontes

Fábio de Sousa Santos
TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC LAW: A REVIEW OF BRAZILIAN RESEARCH
Shubham Pandey

Uday Shankar
Technology and the Future of Public Law: Enhancing Access to Justice through Technology and Innovation
Kaitlyn Cumming
The Civil Resolution Tribunal and the Intersection of Procedure, Jurisdiction, Politics and Rights
Elena Rafalyuk
The Law of the Future: Searching for New Truths or Preserving Traditional Values?
Diana Maria Castano Vargas
The new era of technological constitutionalism. The right to Internet access and net neutrality.
Panel #223GENDER IN THE COURTROOMChair: Paulina Macías OrtegaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Beverley Baines
Fraser v Canada, Feminism and the Limits of Judicial Dissent
Patrícia Jerónimo
Gender and culture in the courtroom: Notes from Southern Europe
Sricheta Chowdhury
Seeing through the lens of legitimacy: The saga of finding the first woman Chief Justice for India
Jairo Lima

Flavia Santiago Lima
THE FORGOTTEN AGENDA: the constitutional amendment proposal for female Justices at the Brazilian Supreme Court
Panel #224NOTIONS OF LEGAL PERSONALITY: DEVELOPMENTS AND OPPORTUNITIESChair: Azubike Onuora-OgunoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Alberto Quintavalla

Goran Dominioni
Earth System Litigation: The Legal Personality of Earth
Zahra Azhar
Legal Personality of State in Shia-Imamie Jurisprudence
Jessika Eichler

Fanny Verónica Mora Navarro
Proceduralising Indigenous Peoples‘ Demands: The Right to Nature in Jurisprudence and Legal Pluralism in Latin America
Johanna Cortes-Nieto

Andrés Gomez Rey
Two logics of the rights of nature
Panel #225PUBLIC LAW AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS IIChair: Chiara CerboneNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Esther Van Zimmeren
Adaptive Law Revisited from a European Perspective: A Useful Framework to Prepare EU Law and Multilevel Governance for (Climate) Change and to Cultivate a Culture of Trust?
Mariarita Circi
From climate change to global sustainability, extending the European and International Financial Institution’s mandate?
Margot Young

Annabel webb

Zoe Craig-Sparrow

Johnny Mack
Kids and Climate: Recasting Rights
Robert Rybski
Regaining engagement into climate and environmental policies – discussing new approaches towards public policies and public law
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Panel #226Pandemic Poland. Impacts of Covid-19 on Polish LawChair: Maciej SerowaniecNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maciej Serowaniec
(Extra)Ordinary State of COVID-19 Epidemic in Poland
Zbigniew Witkowski

Katarzyna Witkowska-Chrzczonowicz
Poland A.D. 2020 – arbitrary legislative process or legislative lawlessness?
Iwona Wróblewska

Wojciech Włoch
Accommodation through regulations – limitation of constitutional freedoms in Poland during the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on Polish constitutional identity
Wojciech Morawski
To be a Polish Taxpayer, Tax Clerk, and Tax Judge in the Era of COVID-19
Jacek Wantoch-Rekowski

Martyna Wilmanowicz-Słupczewska
Emergency Legislative Measures on Social Insurance Contributions and COVID-19 Pandemic
Anna Moszyńska
The Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Polish Commercial Law
Panel #227The Smart City Challenges: digitalization (Italian)Chair: Jean-Bernard Auby2nd Chair: Roberto Cavallo Perin3rd Chair: Diana-Urania Galetta No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elena D’Orlando
The digital challenges of the Public Administration
Gherardo Carullo
Democratic participation in administrative action through new technologies
Isabella Alberti
Artificial Intelligence and Public Administration
Pier Marco Rosa Salva
The technological innovations and the city
Mara Demichelis
The digitalization of urban planning tools in the smart city
Luca Galli
New technologies and public services
Panel #228Book Panel: Aneta Tyc, Global Trade, Labour Rights and International Law: A Multilevel Approach (London and New York: Routledge 2021)Chair: Robert SiucińskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aneta Tyc
Presenter
Tomasz Duraj
Discussant
Marcin Krajewski
Discussant
Mateusz Barwaśny
Discussant
Panel #229The Rise of Non-Majoritarian Actors and Recent Developments in European Public LawChair: Helle KrunkeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Inese Freimane Deksne
Safeguarding common values through judicial dialogue: national constitutional courts and the CJEU
Giacomo Giorgini Pignatiello
Legislative Omissions and Constitutional Courts. A Comparative Perspective on the German and Italian Legal Systems
Adrian Rubio
The Decline of Consultive Bodies in Executive Decision-Making: A Sign of Constitutional Degradation?
Franca Maria Feisel
Reconciling Militant Democracy and Popular Self-Government
Johan Willem Gous Van der Walt
Discussant
Cristina Fasone
Discussant
Panel #230The Future of Remedies against Immunity: The Italian–German Stalemate and Possible Ways OutChair: Anne Peters2nd Chair: Valentina VolpeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andreas von Arnauld
Deadlocked in Dualism: Negotiating for a Final Settlement
Raffaela Kunz
Teaching the World Court Makes a Bad Case: On the Complex Relationship between Domestic and International Courts
Alessandro Bufalini
The Individual’s Right of Access to Justice and the Quest for a Diplomatic Solution
Filippo Fontanelli
Assembling a Reparation Scheme Like It's IKEA: Ten Simple Instructions
Panel #231Detecting democratic backsliding IIChair: Irene Parra PrietoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lincoln Renato Zanardine
BRAZILIAN PRESIDENTIALISM AND AGENDA CONTROL: ANALYSIS OF LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS IN THE FIRST YEAR OF BOLSONARO TERM
Glenn Patmore
Critiquing Definitions of Democracy and Democratisation in the Legal Context
Andrea Cristina Robles Ustariz
MAY THE CREDIT RATING AGENCIES STAY NEUTRAL REGARDING CONSTITUTIONAL DEGRADATION?
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Panel #232EU Criminal Justice Cooperation, (Dist)trust and the Future of Mutual RecognitionChair: Adriano MartufiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jannemieke Ouwekerk
Mutual Recognition and Fundamental Rights Protection in an EU Area of Justice: The Other Side of Distrust
Wojciech Jasiński
Mutual trust in times of rule of law crisis
Vanessa Franssen
The European Public Prosecutor’s Office: Mutual Trust as a Precondition for Success
Stanislaw Tosza
Digital evidence: quantum leap of mutual trust in times of distrust
Adriano Martufi
Enforcing Sentences across the EU: A Double Standard on Mutual Trust?
Panel #233The Smart City Challenges: procurement and innovationChair: Jean-Bernard Auby2nd Chair: Gabriella Margherita Racca3rd Chair: Barbara GagliardiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Manuela Consito
Big data and fundamental rights: policies for a digital future
Silvia Ponzio
Innovation and public procurement: new models for the digital era
Francesco Gorgerino
The once-only principle
Viviana Vaira
The innovation process in the local autonomies
Gloria Sdanganelli
Joint Procurement and Innovation in time of pandemic
Elena Belliardo
Innovation and sustainability in public procurement
Panel #234Federalism, regionalism, pandemic and power (im)balancesChair: Simon YoungNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Madhavi Gopalakrishnan
Federalism & Public Health Emergencies: A Comparative Study of India & Canada
Paolo Colasante
Italian regionalism at the test of the pandemic emergency
Peta Stephenson
Limits on the Use of the Military to Respond to Natural Disasters and Emergencies in Australia
Iain Payne

Michael Breen
The Concept and Uses of “Hourglass Federalism”
Panel #235Beyond the pandemic: a new economic role of the State?Chair: Giulio NapolitanoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elisabetta Morlino
Discussant
Gianluca Buttarelli
The Italian strategy for digital transition
Giulia Valenti
Public procurement and the new simplification procedure of the Italian Recovery Plan
Giorgio Mocavini
From the emergency to the recovery: The State’s support to enterprises
Bruno Paolo Amicarelli
The pandemic’s effect on FDI screening mechanisms
Samed Sahin
Vaccine Export Controls as Part of the EU’s Pandemic Response: An Impeccable Legal Instrument with Risks and Side Effects
Panel #236The Rule of Law and Private PowerChair: Paul Burgess2nd Chair: Jeff KingNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jeff King
Anarchy, private power and the rule of law
Sanne Taekema

Ioannis Kampourakis

Alessandra Arcuri
Follow the power: Why the rule of law directly concerns private actors
Martin Krygier
The rule of law: beyond state and law
Paul Burgess
Googling the equivalence of private arbitrary power and state arbitrary power
Panel #237The Pact on Migration and Asylum & subsidiarity: is there a European Added Value of the proposed measures?Chair: Luisa Marin2nd Chair: Emanuela Pistoia No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Iris Goldner Lang
Financial Aspects of the Implementation of the Migration Pact
Luisa Marin

Emanuela Pistoia
Seeking Subsidiarity To Achieve Solidarity: A Review of Some Key Measures in the New Pact on Migration and Asylum
Iker Barbero
From the refusal strategy to the right to move: exploring the Case of the Atlantic migration route in the light of the EU liberties
Madalina Moraru
Courts and the Rights of Returnees in Europe: What is missing from the Pact on Asylum and Migration?
Panel #238Towering Judges - Book PanelChair: Iddo Porat2nd Chair: Rehan AbeyratneNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Dennis Davis
A Towering but Modest Judicial Figure: The Case of Arthur Chaskalson
Gabrielle Appleby
Sir Anthony Mason: Towering Over the High Court of Australia
Alon Harel
Barak’s Legal Revolutions and What Remains of Them: Authoritarian Abuse of the Judiciary-Empowerment Revolution in Israel
Tom Daly
Hugh Kennedy: Ireland’s (Quietly) Towering Nation-Maker
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Panel #239Global Standards and EU Law: Challenges for EU Public LawChair: Annalisa VolpatoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Leonie Reins
Global standards and EU environmental law
Michael Cardwell

Diane Ryland
Engaging with Global Standards in European Union Agriculture: an Exploration of the Governance Field
Mariolina Eliantonio

Annalisa Volpato
Standards on the move: Global standardisation and EU transport policy
Elaine Fahey
International Standards in the EU’s Digital Trade Chapters & Negotiations: On Internationalisation
Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz
European agencies and the implementation of global standards in the EU
Panel #240National Constitutional Justice in Context. Beyond the dialogue/conflict dichotomyChair: Daria de PretisNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
ARMIN VON BOGDANDY
Beyond the “European model” of constitutional adjudication
Teresa Violante
The Portuguese Constitutional Court in its context
MIGUEL BELTRÁN DE FELIPE
The Spanish Constitutional Court in its context
FRANÇOIS-XAVIER MILLET
The French Conseil constitutionnel in its Context
Diletta Tega

Davide Paris
The Italian Constitutional Court in its context
Panel #241New technologies, rights and inclusion of vulnerable persons: a multidisciplinary perspectiveChair: Carola RicciNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Matilde Ceron

Antonella Zarra
The European way to artificial intelligence: the protection of human rights and vulnerable groups in the new AI regulation 
Silvia Favalli
A disability rights approach to shape a human rights-oriented digital world
Giulia Melis

Emanuela Sala

Daniele Zaccaria
Older people ICT use and social inclusion: lessons learned from Covid-19
Beatrice Rabai
Disability, Social media and Public Law 
Panel #242Individual freedoms and social responsibilities (Italian)Chair: Antonio SaittaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giacomo D'Amico
Restrictions on freedom of movement and “responsible criticism”
Maria Letteria Quattrocchi
The right to health to the test of the pandemic emergency
Roberto Ravì Pinto
Prohibitions and civil disobedience in the time of the pandemic: the case of the free exercise of economic enterprise
Antonino Amato
The Refusal of a Covid-19 Vaccine, between Individual Freedom and Social Responsibility
Giuseppe Donato
e-enjoyment of fundamental rights and social responsibility
Cosimo Lotta
Right to legal defence and Covid-19 between effectiveness and social responsibility
Panel #243PUBLIC LAW AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS IIIChair: Murray WessonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Juan Sebastián Villamil Rodriguez
Better than Never: The Inapplicability of Statutory Limitations for the Prosecution of Crimes Committed Against the Environment and the Public Arcs
Corina Heri
Climate Anxiety and Vulnerability: Litigating Climate Change under the Prohibition of Ill-Treatment
Pasquale Viola
Environmental and climate change debates within contemporary and pluralistic forms of constitutionalism
NADIA SIMA SPADARO
Public law and climate emergency. Adequacy of proposals and opportunities for change, with particular reference to state aids in the perspective of the Green Deal
Tania Ixchel Atilano
The challenges of criminal and international criminal law in the era of the Anthropocene
Day 4 | July 9 | Session XXXV | Parallel panels | 12:00-13:30 UTC -
Panel #244Accountability and the Law: Rights, Authority and Transparency of Public PowerChair: Piotr Mikuli2nd Chair: Grzegorz KucaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kyriaki Topidi
Accountability in the Globalized Digital Age: The example of online content regulation in the EU
Jelena Kostić

Marina Matić Bošković
Financial accountability and transparency of public sector institution in the Republic of Serbia
Arianna Vedaschi
Transparency and accountability v. secrecy in intelligence operations: An Italian case study
Guillermo Jiménez
Non-judicial legal accountability: The case of the Chilean comptroller general
Eugenia Kopsidi

Ioannis Ath. Vlachos
Ministerial criminal liability in the Greek legal order: A concise critical review
Natalie Fox
Transparency and Government Accountability in Brexit Negotiations
Panel #245Book panel: Signe Rehling Larsen, The Constitutional Theory of the Federation and the European Union (OUP 2021)Chair: Michael WilkinsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Signe Larsen
The Constitutional Theory of the Federation and the European Union
Robert Schütze
Discussant
Neil Walker
Discussant
Panel #246Constitutional Erosion in Brazil (English)Chair: Jessica Holl2nd Chair: Mariana Tormin Tanos LopesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mariana Tormin Tanos Lopes
Constitutional Erosion in Brazil: steps towards systematization
Emanuel Andrade Linhares

Martonio Mont´Alverne Barreto Lima
Constitutional Crisis as a Crisis of Democracy: The Brazilian Judicial Branch’s (Dis)trust on The Rule of Law
Jessica Holl
The role of Lava Jato operation in Brazil’s Constitutional Erosion
João Andrade Neto
Distrust of elections: an act in the drama of the Brazilian democratic erosion
Ana Luiza Marques
Constitutional erosion in the digital age: raise of authoritarianism in Brazil
Emilio Meyer
Discussant
Panel #247Digital Constitutionalism: Constitutional Approaches to the Challenges of the Digital AgeChair: Oreste PollicinoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giovanni De Gregorio
The rise of European digital constitutionalism
Amélie Heldt
Exogenous constitutionalisation? Platforms’ content moderation policies as global proxies
Edoardo Celeste
Digital Constitutionalism: The Force of Internet Bills of Rights
Clara Iglesias Keller
Between constitutions and platforms: the role of courts enforcing fundamental rights online
Nicola Palladino
A societal constitutionalism approach to digital constitutionalism: insights from the artificial Intelligence field
Panel #248Human Rights Diligence and Its Place in the Toolbox of Public LawChair: Izabela Schiffauer2nd Chair: Evelyne SchmidNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yury Safoklov
International Consensus on Human Rights: Status quo, Problems, Perspectives
Robert Blitt
Human Rights Diligence: The Hijacking of Regional Human Rights Mechanisms
Evelyne Schmid
The territorial scope of national legislation in the field of Business and Human Rights
Ricardo Schmitz Filho
Human Rights Due Diligence and its Relation with Corporate Social Responsibility, Investment and Risk Management in the EU Context: an Innovative Trend in Public Law
Izabela Schiffauer

Łukasz Szoszkiewicz

Beata Faracik

Joseph Wilde
The Supranational Due Diligence Standard in the Making: The Evolving Landscape for Business Activity within the EU Internal Market
Peter Schiffauer
HRDD – a legal innovation or simply a matter of consistency of the Law?
Panel #249Normative Force of Established Constitutional Practice in Central European CountriesChair: Miluse KindlovaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marián Giba
Unwritten Components of the Constitutional System of Slovakia
Attila Vincze
Usages, Conventions and Tradition in Hungarian Constitutional Thinking
Miluse Kindlova

Marek Antos
The Czech Constitutional Court as the Gate for the Recognition of Constitutional Conventions in the Czech Republic
Monika Florczak-Wator
Discussant
Panel #250(STILL) A SYSTEM OF CHECK AND BALANCES? THE SEPARATION OF POWERS TO THE TEST OF MODERN TIMES VChair: Murray WessonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Juha Tuovinen
Balancing, theorization and the separation of powers
Teodora Miljojkovic
Descriptive Legitimacy of Constitutional Courts and Reasons for Distrust – Notes from Serbia
Karina Denari Gomes de Mattos

Lincoln Antonio Andrade de Moura

Guilherme Balbi
Judicial and Prosecutorial Councils Cooperation in the Brazilian Justice System
Aditi Sheth

Vasu Aggarwal
The Problem of Government Excess: Way Forward
Day 4 | July 9 | Session XXXVI | Parallel panels | 13:40-15:10 UTC -
Panel #251The Global South and Varieties of ConstitutionalismChair: Riegner MichaelNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Philipp Dann
The Southern Turn in Comparative Constitutional Law
Michael Riegner
Varieties of Constitutionalism: Contestations of Liberalism in Comparative Constitutional law
Raffaela Kunz
Varieties of open statehood: Comparing the role of domestic courts in the implementation of judgments of the ECtHR and the IACtHR
Theunis Roux
Constitutional Populism in South Africa: Variation on an Old Theme?
Conrado Hubner Mendes
Bolsonaro's Informal LawKit: autocratizing without legal change
Panel #252Authoritarianism - Constitutional PerspectivesChair: Guenter FrankenbergNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Guenter Frankenberg
Farewell to Populism?
Fernanda Nicola
The relationship of authoritarianism and property
Helena Alviar Garcia
Patriarchy, Neoliberalism and Authoritarianism
Panel #253Constitutional Idolatry and Literacy in Times of CrisisChair: Sanford Levinson2nd Chair: Brian Christopher Jones 3rd Chair: Maartje De VisserNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maartje De Visser

Brian Christopher Jones
From Constitutional Idolatry to Constitutional Engagement: The Role of Literacy
Arun Thiruvengadam
Retaining Constitutional Faith in Authoritarian Times: A View from India
Chien-Chih Lin
What Counts as Constitutional Idolatry?
Tarik Olcay
The Turkish Constitution as a Disrespected Idol
Manon Julicher
Enhancing the constitution’s prominence through violation? The case of the Netherlands
Panel #254Eroding democratic discourses and valuesChair: Juan LópezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ryszard Piotrowski
A Republic of distrust. Rethinking contemporary Polish Experience
João Gabriel Archegas

Danielle Anne Pamplona
Autocracy Inc.: the Role of Transnational Corporations on Democratic Backsliding
Izabela Magdalena Schiffauer

Marcin Łączak
Ideological discourse and the erosion of inclusive constitutional culture
Gaurav Mukherjee

Rahul Mukherji

Seyed Hossain Zarhani
Policy paradigms and path dependence in democratic de-consolidation
Panel #255DEFENSIVE BUREAUCRACYChair: Livia LorenzoniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Livia Lorenzoni
The liability of public officers for damages caused to the PA
Flaminia Aperio Bella
Defensive medicine and defensive bureaucracy
Dario Franzin
The reform of the abuse of power and defensive bureaucracy
Luca Di Donato
The role of anti-corruption law in defensive bureaucracy
Panel #256Democracy after Covid: Challenges in Europe and BeyondChair: Kostas ChrysogonosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Teresa Violante
The Covid-19 Pandemic and the Constitutional State of Emergency: Lessons from Portugal
Joan Solanes Mullor
Protecting Political Rights under the Threat of the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Emergence of Strict Judicial Scrutiny in Spain
Giacomo Delledonne
Executives during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Contradictory Trends
Anna Tsiftsoglou
American Lessons: The Covid19 Pandemic and the US Supreme Court
Panel #257Global Platform Power, Algorithmic Governance, and Public Law TheoryChair: Tamar MegiddoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tomer Shadmy
Democratizing Platforms Authority
Thomas Streinz
Disentangling Entangled Legalities: The Flawed Dualism of Facebook’s Oversight Board
Tilen Čuk
FinTech as a Regulatory Disruptor
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Panel #258Conventionality Control in Parliaments of the Inter-American Human Rights System. Policy Brief Presentation. (Spanish)Chair: Marie-Christine Fuchs No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Juan C. Herrera
Policy Brief Presentation
Cecilia Mora-Donatto
Comments to the Policy Brief
Humberto A. Sierra Porto
Comments to the Policy Brief
Panel #259Constitutional Thought between Weimar and Nazi GermanyChair: Or Bassok2nd Chair: Giuseppe Perconte LicateseNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giuseppe Perconte Licatese
Carl Schmitt on enabling legislation and the case of the Free City of Danzig: A legal opinion of 1935
Katharina Isabel Schmidt
The § is Dead, Long Live the §! A History of “the Paragraph” in the Third Reich
Or Bassok
The Mysterious Meeting between Carl Schmitt and Josef Redlich
Giuseppe Perconte Licatese
Carl Schmitt on enabling legislation and the case of the Free City of Danzig: A legal opinion of 1935
Ville Suuronen
Mobilizing the Western tradition for present politics: Carl Schmitt’s polemical uses of Roman law, 1923–1945
Panel #260Constitution-making, Constitutional Change and Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments in Latin AmericaChair: Yaniv Roznai No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sergio Verdugo

Marianne Poehls
The Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendment Doctrine (UCAD) arrives in Chile
Carlos Garcia Soto

Raul Sanchez Urribarri
Constitutional redrafting in Venezuela and Chile
Gonzalo Andres Ramirez Cleves
Unconstitutional of Constitutional Amendment in Colombia: A critical perspective
Sabrina Ragone
Discussant
Panel #261COVID-19 and the fragmented protection of rights in Italy: from institutional conflicts to the uncertain guarantee of vulnerable individuals and groups (Italian)Chair: Roberto NaniaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria Grazia Rodomonte
The “unbearable lightness” of unity: relations between State and Regions during the health emergency
Gavina Lavagna
The Italian Regions during the pandemic: the effects of an exceptional use of the regulatory power
Paolo Mezzanotte
The Italian emergency legislation and its impact on the civil liberties in the recent case-law
Ludovica Durst
The fragmentation of the right to health in the pandemic crisis: the case of patients with rare diseases
Giulia Santomauro
The social rights of a “forgotten” ethnic minority during the COVID-19 crisis: emerging challenges for the integration of Roma in Italy
Giulia Vasino
COVID-19 pandemic and detention institutions in Italy: reflecting on short-term crisis management and its consequences on constitutional rights of prisoners
Panel #262DEMOCRATIC BACKSLIDE AND RESILIENCE IN BRAZIL: STRATEGIES FOR THE PROTECTION OF DEMOCRACY, HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE ENVIRONMENTChair: Thomas Bustamante2nd Chair: Patrícia Perrone Campos MelloNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Adriana Cruz
THE STATE AND THE PERSISTENT VIOLENCE AGAINST AFRICAN-BASED RELIGIONS IN BRAZIL
Carolina Cyrillo

Luiz Fernando Castilhos Silveira
UNIVERSITY AUTONOMY AS A CONSTITUTIONAL GUARANTEE AND AN INSTRUMENT OF DEMOCRATIC RESILIENCE
Cláudio Pereira de Souza Neto
DEMOCRATIC EROSION AND THE ANTICYCLICAL FUNCTION OF THE BRAZILIAN SUPREME COURT
Daniel Sarmento
DEMOCRATIC BACKSLIDE AND THE SHORTCOMINGS OF CONSTITUTIONAL CULTURE IN BRAZIL
Emílio Peluso Neder Meyer

Ulisses Levy Silvério dos Reis
Discussant
Juliana Cesário Alvim Gomes

Andrés del Río
ARMED FORCES, BOLSONARO AND THE BRAZILIAN SUPREME COURT: THE ENLARGEMENT OF MILITARY JURISDICTION OVER CIVILIANS AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY IN BRAZIL
Panel #263Distrust in Anti Discrimination Law? Limits to and Backlash Against Anti Discrimination Law: Comparative PerspectivesChair: Stéphanie Hennette VauchezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Barbara Havelkova
Is the general principle of equality a false friend to the specific prohibition of discrimination on suspect grounds?
Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez
Take objections to anti-discrimination law seriously? For a spatial and consequentialist theory of anti-discrimination law.
Laurie Marguet
The ambivalent role of the gender equality argument in the legal treatment of the Muslim veil: A Franco-German Analysis
Mathias Möschel
Anti-Discrimination law in Civil law Jurisdictions
Julie Suk
How should legal feminists respond to political backlash? the ERA and the Trump Administration
Julie Ringelheim
Equality Law in the Age of Rising Inequalities. Potential and Limits of the Antidiscriminatoin Legal Framework to address Economic Inequalities
Panel #264The impact of artificial intelligence on the rule of lawChair: Fruzsina Gárdos-OroszNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
István Ambrus

Kitti Mezei
Criminal Law and Artificial Intelligence: Challenges and Considerations
Nóra Chronowski

Kinga Kálmán

Boldizsár Szentgáli-Tóth
Trust or distrust in Artificial Intelligence – impacts on fundamental rights capacity and right to fair trial
András Czebe
Forensic DNA phenotyping and the rule of law: an ontological approach
Gábor Kecskés
Artificial Intelligence within the Context of Public International Law
Márton Varju
Discussant
Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz
Chair
Panel #265Book Discussion on "The Neoliberal Republic. Corporate Lawyers, Statecraft and the Making of Public-Private France (Cornell UP, 2021)"Chair: Hélène Ruiz FabriNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sabino Cassese
Book Discussion on “The Neoliberal Republic. Corporate Lawyers, Statecraft and the Making of Public-Private France (Cornell UP, 2021)”
Hélène Ruiz Fabri
Book Discussion on “The Neoliberal Republic. Corporate Lawyers, Statecraft and the Making of Public-Private France (Cornell UP, 2021)”
Emilia Korkea aho
Book Discussion on “The Neoliberal Republic. Corporate Lawyers, Statecraft and the Making of Public-Private France (Cornell UP, 2021)”
Tommaso Pavone
Book Discussion on “The Neoliberal Republic. Corporate Lawyers, Statecraft and the Making of Public-Private France (Cornell UP, 2021)”
Antoine Vauchez
Book presentation
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Panel #266"The Unwritten Brazilian Constitution" Book DebateChair: Jairo Lima2nd Chair: Rubens BecakNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Estefania Maria de Queiroz Barboza

Melina Fachin
Asking “The Woman Question”: Judicial Recognition of the Right to Abortion in Brazil
João Andrade Neto
Corporate campaign donations
Flavia Santiago Lima
Expanding constitutional dialogues in the judicial review: what are the institutional and behavioral challenges of the Brazilian Supreme Court as a human rights´ guardian?
Panel #267After Backsliding: New Questions and Responses to Norm ErosionChair: Asli Bali2nd Chair: Mark TushnetNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Joshua Braver
Law and Politics of Impeachment
Hedayat Heikal
Reassessing Militant Democracy Amidst the Global Recession
Oren Tamir
Beyond the Binary: Toward A Third Way for Adjudicating Constitutional Rights
Pieter Augustijn Van Malleghem
Ambivalence and the Rule of Law in Europe
Panel #268Democratic backsliding and the judiciary IIChair: Raphaël GirardNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yan-Ho Lai
Authoritarian Legal Transplant and Judicial Independence in Sub-national Governance: The Case of Hong Kong
George Goradze
Constitutional Court as a Last Bastion of Legitimacy in Post-Soviet Countries?
Marta Kłopocka-Jasińska

Sylwia Jarosz-Zukowska
What makes us trust the constitutional courts? A lesson to learn for Polish legislator
Panel #269Courts, Respect for Human Rights and the Guarantee of Effectiveness in Times of CrisisChair: Julio Ríos-FigueroaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Karina Denari Gomes de Mattos

Guilherme Balbi

Laura Mastroianni Kirsztajn
The Response of Latin American Constitutional Courts to COVID-19
Rebecca Groterhorst
Brazilian Supreme Court and Federalism. Reflections on the effects of judicial decisions at the federative design during the pandemic Covid-19
Luisa Fernanda Garcia López
The right to health and migrants in the IACHR and Colombian Jurisprudence
Danieli Rocha Chiuzuli

Inara Flora Cipriano Firmino
The right to early childhood education and STF’s action: an exploratory study on the decision making profile and their possible effects during the Covid-19 pandemic
Breno Baía Magalhães
Report on Brazilian Supreme Court (STF) human rights related cases in the first year of COVID-19
Irene Jacomini Bonetti
Indigenous people, COVID-19 and the Brazilian Supreme Court: case study regarding the implementation of sanity barriers in indigenous communities
Panel #270Scrutinizing public authoritites responses to the pandemicChair: Pablo Rivas-RobledoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elena Prats

Arbitrariness at the Time of the Covid Pandemic
Evanilda Bustamante
BRAZILIAN PUBLIC FINANCES AND COVID-19 UNDER BOLSONARO: AN INQUIRY INTO BUDGETARY POLICIES OF SCIENCE AND VACCINATION
Marina Bonatto

Katya Kozicki

Vera Karam de Chueiri

Rick Daniel Pianaro
Health Militarization: Crisis and Civil-Military relations in Bolsonaro’s Government
Bernardo Campinho
Judicial review, scientific (un)certainty and legal reasons: analysis of the criteria for legitimizing Public Administration acts to face the covid-19 pandemic outlined in the Brazilian Supreme Court
Panel #271CONSTITUTION-MAKING FOR STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION: LESSONS LEARNED AND CHALLENGES AHEAD IN LATIN AMERICAChair: Armin Von Bogdandy2nd Chair: Rene UruenaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mariela Morales Antoniazzi
THE PROMISES OF NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONS FROM A TRANSFORMATIVE REGIONAL CONSTITUTIONALISM
Manuel Jose Cepeda
THE COLOMBIAN CONSTITUTION AND ITS TRANSFORMATIVE VISION – LESSONS LEARNED
Miriam Henríquez
A CONSTITUTIONAL ITINERARY TO TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE? THE CASE OF CHILE
Flavia Piovesan
THE INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND ITS ROLE TO ENFORCE A IUS CONSTITUTIONALE COMMUNE
Day 4 | July 9 | Session XXXIX | Parallel panels | 17:40-19:10 UTC -
Panel #272Constitutionalism and the Common Good: Classic and Contemporary DebatesChair: Conor Casey No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Xavier Menard
Reclaiming the Natural Law for a 21st Century Constitutionalism
Adrian Vermeule
Discussant
Richard Ekins
Discussant
Rachael Walsh
Property Rights, the Constitution and the Common Good
Jamie McGowan
The Classic Legal Tradition and Political Constitutionalism
Michael Foran
The Separation of Powers, Judicial Review, and the Common Good
Panel #273Constitutional reform in Peru: How and what to modify? Proposals for the debateChair: Ana NeyraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Neyra
Presidency v. Congress? The system of government and a debate of its possible reform in Peru
Alberto Cruces
Social Market Economy in the Constitution: Should we change the economic regime?
Elena Alvites
Fundamental rights as reasons and limits to the constitutional reform in Peru
Panel #274Free Speech in a Globalised World (session 5): Private Power and Social NetworksChair: Eric HeinzeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jörn Reinhardt
Public discourse in private spaces. A case for freedom of expression on social networks
Jennifer Forestal

Menaka Philips
Democracy dies in darkness? Information, access, and curation as a public good
Jacob Rowbottom
Censorship without legal restraints
Panel #275Making Law in Emergencies: Multinational ComparisonsChair: Pedro A. VillarrealNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jeff King
Emergency Public Health Powers in Comparative Perspective
Octávio LM Ferraz
The Role of Courts in Pandemics
Dolores Utrilla
The System of Legal Sources: Collateral Damage in the Covid-19 Pandemic?
Nico Steytler
Case Studies on Federalism in the Time of Covid-19
Stefano Civitarese

Diletta Tega
The Oversight of Executive Policies against the Covid-19 Pandemic
Bryan Thomas
The Perils and Possibilities for Vaccine Certificates
Panel #276Mutantur stare decisis? The future of Precedent in México (Spanish)Chair: Rodrigo Camarena González2nd Chair: Camilo Saavedra HerreraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Karina Ansolabehere
Canales de difusión de precedentes clave en el Poder Judicial Federal Mexicano
Rodrigo Camarena González
El precedente entre fronteras nacionales e ideológicas: tres concepciones del seguimiento a las decisiones judiciales previas
Diego López Medina
La evolución del sistema de precedentes en México: retos y perspectivas
Alejandra Martínez Verástegui
La importancia de la selección de casos en las Cortes Supremas: la reforma judicial y el certiorari en México
Gladys Morales Ramírez
¿Adaptación o resistencia? La recepción del nuevo sistema de precedentes en el Poder Judicial de la Ciudad de México
Camilo Saavedra Herrera
¿Un guardián más efectivo? Selección de casos, precedente judicial e interpretación constitucional a la luz de la reforma judicial mexicana de 2021
Panel #277Democratic backsliding, making and changing the constitutionChair: Lennart SchwedlerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Heloisa Câmara
Authoritarianism and attacks on the environment: report of the Brazilian case under the Bolsonaro government
Jeffrey Lenowitz

Caleb Yong
Constituent Power Theory and Populism: Shared Foundations, Shared Faults
Alexander Larichev

Vadim Vinogradov
Public Law and Public Power in Russia: the Two Unknowns, Well-known to Everyone
Pau Bossacoma
Secession in Liberal-Democratic Contexts: Lessons from Catalonia
Amal Sethi
The Method and Madness of Authoritarian Constitution Making in Democratic Regimes
Panel #278Performance and legitimacy of the administrative stateChair: Hans-Martien ten Napel2nd Chair: Wim VoermansNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ymre Schuurmans

Lauren Kohn
The performance of internally and externally orientated administrative law
Clara van Dam
Governance through EU guidance: towards a ‘principled approach’
Anne Meuwese
Artificial intelligence as an aid to constitutional checks on the administrative state
Reijer Passchier
Digitization as hyper globalization 2.0: how the rise of Big Tech threatens to further undermine the sovereignty of democratic legislatures – and what we can do about it
Hans-Martien ten Napel
The administrative state redeemed? Vermeule’s plea for more substantive constitutionalism as a recipe for a successful public law of the future
Ingrid Leijten
Fundamental rights lost in translation?
Panel #279Constitutional plasticity, Deterioration of Democracy and Constitutional Alternatives to the Crisis. (Portuguese)Chair: Eduardo MoreiraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luis Claudio Martins de Araujo
Plasticidade constitucional e pluralismo nas democracias recentes
Rafael Spalding Cavalli
As emendas constitucionais e a deterioração da função normativo-jurídica da constituição brasileira
Eduardo Moreira
Democracia Militante como Alternativa Constitucional Brasileira
Panel #280NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FIELD OF SOCIAL RIGHTS IIChair: Cecilia Inés MateosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nicolene Steyn
Lessons learned for the future of public law: legislative responses to the challenge of insufficient data on water service delivery in South African cities
SACHINKUMAR P.P.

RIGHT TO ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE
Renata Tranjan
THE HUMAN RIGHT TO BASIC SANITATION AND MULTILEVEL FEDERALISM IN BRAZIL: An analysis of the new legal framework for sanitation to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal 6
Day 4 | July 9 | Session XL | Parallel panels | 19:20-20:50 UTC -
Panel #281Plenary Ideas Dialogue for Proposed Canada National Chapter: "Emergencies and Exceptions"Chair: Michael PalNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Benjamin Berger
The Pandemic and Religious Freedom
Carissima Mathen
Federalism and the Public Health Emergency
Maxime St-Hilaire
Federalism and the Public Health Emergency
Alana Klein
The Emergency and Public Health
Panel #282Private Actors and Public ValuesChair: Michal StambulskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Michal Stambulski
New Populism, Non-State Actors and Public Values
Antonia-Evangelia Christopoulou
Civil Society defining Public Values? New methods of participation in Public Dialogue
Ioannis Kampourakis
Corporate Power and Public Values: Regulating Global Value Chain Capitalism
María Campo Comba
‘Data-opolies’, Public Interests and EU Competition Law: current state of affairs and the way forward
Kostina Prifti
Constitutionally Right: the case for personal care robots
Panel #283Book Panel on Camila Vergara's Systemic Corruption. Constitutional Ideas for an Anti-Oligarchic RepublicChair: Michael WilkinsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Michael Wilkinson
Comments on Systemic Corruption
Robert Tsai
Comments on Systemic Corruption
Zoran Oklopcic
Comments on Systemic Corruption
Signe Larsen
Comments on Systemic Corruption
Camila Vergara
Response to comments on Systemic Corruption
Panel #284Reparation and supervision mechanisms in the three regional human rights systems – Latest developments and judicial dialogueChair: Marie-Christine Fuchs2nd Chair: Ferdinand GehringerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Pablo Saavedra
The transformative vocation of the reparations of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Clara Sandoval
Taking stock of the role of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights monitoring, triggering and cajoling implementation of its decisions
Robert Eno
The reparations regime of the African Court and compliance with Court decisions
Amaya Ubeda
The Execution of the Judgments of the European System
Rachel Murray
A critical perspective of the African Court and Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights in their monitoring, triggering and cajoling the implementation of their decisions.
Alice Donald
The domestic ‘ecosystem’ of implementation: how Council of Europe bodies can cultivate compliance partners
Panel #285Access to Justice in pandemic times in BrazilChair: Thaís Amoroso Paschoal2nd Chair: Olívia Alves Gomes PessoaNo room assigned yet
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Thaís Amoroso Paschoal

Olívia Alves Gomes Pessoa

Eduardo Faria Silva
Access to justice in pandemic times: the experience of the Positivo Law School Clinic, Brazil, in 2020
Luciana Silva Garcia

Wellington Pantaleão da Silva
Barriers to Access to Justice during the Covid-19 pandemic in the view of members of the Public Defender's Office in Brazil
Luis Marcello Bessa Maretti
Mediation mechanisms as an alternative dispute resolution involving public power and economic and social organizations
Ana Silva Evangelista Ferreira

Clarissa Bueno Wandscheer

Thaís Amoroso Paschoal
Online Dispute Resolution in pandemic times
Juliane Milani

Alexandre dos Santos Cunha
Access to Justice in pandemic times: the case of Paraná, Brazil
Panel #286Democratic backsliding and the judiciaryChair: Marcella FerriNo room assigned yet
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Rick Daniel Pianaro
From hardball to packing the Court: “PEC do Pijama” and the attempt to attack the brazilian supreme court
Lydia Tiede

Stephan Haggard
Judicial Backsliding: A Guide to Collapsing the Separation of Powers
Vasu Aggarwal
Stronger Courts for Stranger Times: A Radical Solution to Rethink Judicial Institutions
Panel #287CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PUBLIC LAWChair: Irene Parra PrietoNo room assigned yet
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Han Zhai

Chen Huang
How “Constitutionalism” Withers: Explaining the Changing Discourse of Constitutionalism in Chinese Constitutional Scholarship (1982-2020)
Alvin Cheung
Legal Gaslighting
Rafael Cavalli
The end of the Brazilian constitution-alibi
José Manuel Barreto
The Future of Constitutional Law: Decolonisation.
Day 4 | July 9 | Closing Ceremony -
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