ICON • S Conference 2019 Preliminary Programme

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Opening Session -
Opening Remarks and Keynote SpeechChair: Francisco Urbina, Professor, P. Universidad Católica de Chile

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Rosalind Dixon
Professor, University of New South Wales
Co-President, ICON·S

Marisol Peña
Secretary General, P. Universidad Católica de Chile
Former Chief Justice, Chilean Constitutional Tribunal

Keynote Address

Luís Roberto Barroso
Justice, Supreme Federal Court of Brazil

Parallel Panels Session I -
Panel #1Populism in Law, Politics, and JusticeChair: Paul BlokkerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jamil Civitarese

Armando Martins
A Game-theoretical Model of Penal Populism and Judicial Culture
Svetlana Tyulkina
Populist Politics and Democracy: Rediscovering Inherent Democratic Quality of Self-Defence
Paul Blokker
Shifting constitutional imaginaries
Leonardo Cofre
The possible links between citizen participation and populism
Panel #2Challenges to Democracy in Latin AmericaChair: Juliano BenvindoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Glauco Salomao Leite

João Paulo Teixeira

Marcelo Araújo
Autocratic Legalism and the New Challenges to Public Law in Brazil
Emilio Meyer
Democracy Decay in Brazil: How the Military and Judges Interfere in Growing Authoritarianism
Joao Archegas
OUT OF TUNE: The Brazilian Supreme Court and Democratic Erosion
Rafael Patrus
Political political judges: the Brazilian National Justice Council and the burning question of judicial freedom of political speech
Fernando Acunha
The “guardrails of democracy” and the 1988 Constitution against authoritarianism: can democracy be preserved in Brazil?
Juliano Benvindo
The Authoritarian Mindset and the Rule of Law in Brazil’s Decaying Democracy
Priscila Renee Monge Kincaid
The Mexican Paradigm: Participatory Democracies or a door to Authoritarianism?
Panel #3The Collaborative ConstitutionChair: Mark TushnetNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aileen Kavanagh
The Collaborative Constitution
Rosalind Dixon
Commentator
Stephen Gardbaum
Commentator
Po-Jen Yap
Commentator
Panel #4Panel sobre el libro: “Comentario a la Convención Americana de Derechos Humanos”, Fundación Konrad Adenauer (eds. Christian Steiner, Marie-Christine Fuchs)Chair: Marie-Christine FuchsNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Judge Eduardo Vio Grossi
Reflexión sobre la relevancia del Comentario desde la perspectiva de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos
Claudio Nash
Reflexión como autor del artículo 5 del Comentario
Nancy Yáñez
Reflexión sobre la relevancia del Comentario para los derechos de los pueblos indígenas
Magdalena Correa
Reflexión sobre la relevancia del Comentario para la educación jurídica
Juana Acosta
Reflexión sobre la relevancia del Comentario como un actor de litigio ante el Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos
Panel #5Issues of Political RepresentationChair: Howard Schweber2nd Chair: Andras Jakab3rd Chair: Mark GraberNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andras Jakab
Children's suffrage and the principle of sustainability
Sanford Levinson
Representative Samples, Public Opinion, and Democratic Legitimacy
Jeffrey Lenowitz
Representation during Constitution-making?
Howard Schweber
Representation and Constitutionalist Politics
Panel #6Constitutional interpretation: politics or law? Some issues on constitutional reasoning in Chile and ArgentinaChair: Luis A. SilvaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andrés Rosler
If you want a constitutional guarantee, buy a toaster
Guillermo Jensen
Constitutional interpretivism and its democratic flaws
Luis Silva
Constitutional interpretivism: how the law becomes politics
Panel #7Rule of law challenges in a time of criminal justice crisis. Theoretical and constitutional issues 1Chair: Javier WilenmannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Leora Dahan Katz
The Retributive Authority of the State: A Web of Duties Approach
Vincent Chiao
Hyperlexis and the rule of law
Christoph Burchard
The blind-spot(s) of the rule of law thinking in (continental European) criminal law theory
Panel #8Género en transición: los derechos de las mujeres y las personas LGBT en los procesos de transición y en la emergencia de políticas neo-conservadoras.Chair: Carolina VergelNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
María Cielo Linares

Valeria Silva
Derechos de las mujeres y regresividad material en los gobiernos actuales de Argentina y Colombia: posibilidades desde el derecho constitucional.
Valeria Silva

María Cielo Linares
Derechos de las mujeres y regresividad material en los gobiernos actuales de Argentina y Colombia: posibilidades desde el derecho constitucional.
Lucía Baca

Lilibeth Cortés
Reconfiguraciones del derecho a la igualdad y no discriminación en las democracias liberales: el posicionamiento de las agendas de los grupos anti-derechos en Latinoamérica.
Lilibeth Cortés

Lucía Baca
Reconfiguraciones del derecho a la igualdad y no discriminación en las democracias liberales: el posicionamiento de las agendas de los grupos anti-derechos en Latinoamérica.
Daniela Díaz
Del silencio a la escucha: aproximaciones teóricas feministas a la comprensión de la violencia a gran escala y las transiciones políticas en Latinoamérica
Panel #9Emerging nation state in traditional social structures in Middle East: a brief study of Iran & AfghanistanChair: Mohammad DjalaliNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Seyed Masoud Noori

Zahra Azhar
Concept of Legal Personality of State in Shia-Imamie Jurisprudence
Ali Akbar Siapoush

Shafiq Shargh
The study of modern state core elements in contemporary Afghanistan
Shahideh N Mohajer

Shiva Modarreszadeh
Women’s Party Activity in the processes of state building Iran: From Legal Barriers and Civil underdevelopment
Panel #10Dialogues: building bridges to protect democracy and human rightsChair: Jorge Ernesto Roa RoaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Carolina Olsen

Melina Girardi Fachin
Cooperative Judicial Dialogue in Latin-America: Integration and Transformation towards human rights defense
Bruna Nowak

Melina Girardi Fachin
Democracy in danger: judicial dialogues as means to refrain setbacks in Latin America
Juan Jorge Faundes Peñafiel
Fundamental Right to Cultural Identity of Indigenous Peoples: Challenges for a Euro-American Dialogue on Human Rights
Amélia Rossi
Human Rights in a colonial perspective: a key to understanding for the better realization of rights in democratic constitutionalism
Camila Salgueiro da Purificação Marques

Claudia Maria Barbosa
The judicialization of the “megapolitics” from the perspective of institutional dialogue: Brazil and South Africa
Panel #11Living Constitutionalism in a Changing World: Comparing United States, Canada, South Africa, Japan and United KingdomChair: Lisa Parshall No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lisa Parshall
Living Constitutionalism and Interpretive Debate in the United States: Changing Interpretations on the U.S. Supreme Court
Peter Oliver
Canada and the Living Tree
Julian Jonker
Transformative Constitutionalism and the Text of the South African Constitution
Keigo Obayashi
Ad Hoc Living Constitution in Japan
John Morgan
The UK’s inherently living constitution
Panel #12Sovereignty, constitution and democracy: tensions, contradictions and convergences in the 21st Century (Part A)Chair: Katya KozickiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Estefânia Maria de Queiroz Barboza

Claudia Beeck Moreira de Souza
IS BRAZILIAN DEMOCRACY IN DECLINE?
Alfonso Palacios
Are the People always wise? Recent referenda and its outcomes in Latin America
Jairo Lima

José Mauro Garboza Junior
NOT A STEP BACK? CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AND THE PRINCIPLE OF NON-REGRESSION
Luiz Guilherme Arcaro Conci

João Vitor Cardoso
Confronting visions of Legal Pluralism in Latin America: Indigenous Jurisdictions between a Liberal perspective and the Epistemologies of the South
Panel #13The Meaning of Citizenship: Instrumental, Political, and Constitutional Approaches to CitizenshipChair: Dimitry Kochenov2nd Chair: Zoran OklopcicNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yossi Harpaz
From Sacred to Instrumental: The Changing Meaning of Citizenship
Astrid Voorwinden

Sofia Ranchordas

Citizen-centrism in Smart Cities and Democratic Participation
Antonios Kouroutakis
Demossibility’ and the design of democratic institutions: How to place citizens at the heart of the political system
Panel #14Changing Constitutions and Sources of LawChair: Joana MendesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Paul Craig
In Quest for the Rule of Law
Lorenzo Casini
Sources of Law: A Global Administrative Law Perspective
Margherita Croce
Standards: What Kind of Certainty?
Eduardo Jordao
Judge-made Law
Joana Mendes
Discussant
Rodrigo Vallejo
After the regulatory state: The idea of a private administrative law
Panel #15Judicial Appointment and IndependenceChair: Kate BergerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nauman Reayat
Judicial Independence as a Middle Class Phenomenon: Comparing Pakistan, Indonesia and Colombia
Kate Berger
Judicial Independence, Judicial Discipline & the Administrative State
Julio Rios-Figueroa

Patronage and Nepotism in the Mexican Federal Judiciary, 1917-2017
Maximiliano Ravest
The relationship between constitutional amendment procedure, judicial review and judge’s appointments. The United States and Chile case
Piotr Mikuli
What is the optimal model for the internal structure of the judicial council?
Panel #16Brazilian Constitutionalism: challenges and perspectivesChair: Cássio Luis CasagrandeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Anderson Luís da Costa Nascimento
ABOUT BRAZILIAN CONSTITUTIONALISM: WHERE ARE WE AND WHERE DO WE GO?
Bruno Joviniano de Santana Silva
Freedom of expression in corrosive erosion
Rodolfo Bastos Combat
Random Democracy and Constitutional Juristocracy
Maria Clara Conde Moraes Cosati

Rodolfo Bastos Combat

Victor Hugo Pacheco Lemos
Judicialization of politics, judicial activism and the Brazilian Supreme Court
Rebecca Féo de Oliveira
Judicial deference on the rule-making power of Brazilian agencies for market regulation
Juliana Paixão
Unconstitutional State of Affairs in Brazil
Panel #17Algorithmic “Citizenship”Chair: Elisa BertoliniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Graziella Romeo
Is algorithmic citizenship a depersonalized citizenship?
Elisa Bertolini
Rated by the algorithm: suggestions from the Chinese Social Credit System
Paolo Cavaliere
Astroturfing, computational propaganda and the case for “digital disarmament”
Sarah Eskens
Algorithms in the news industry: obligations of states to ensure media freedom and information rights of citizens
Delphine Dogot
Digital Profiling, Law and the Stakes of Personalized Governance
Panel #18Regional autonomy in asymmetrical unitary states: centre-periphery coordination and conflictChair: Juan Enrique Serrano Moreno2nd Chair: Sulan Wong3rd Chair: María Gabriela De Abreu Negrón No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Feng Lin
Does the Policy on Ethnic Autonomy Work in China? A Critical Examination of Autonomy Enjoyed by Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China
Francisco Manuel García Costa
Spanish Autonomous State: regulation, development and, final crisis?
Benoît Delooz
Unitary state and asymmetrical decentralization in France: solution or source of conflicts?
Juan E. Serrano Moreno
The limits of freedom of political association in China and Spain due to centre-periphery conflicts
Panel #19Judging and Enforcing Human RightsChair: Ana Cristina PinheiroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eleni Frantziou
A Communicative Theory of Horizontality for Constitutional Rights: More than the Privatisation of Public Law?
Valéria Zanette
good governance, rule of law and social rights
Angel Aday Jimenez Aleman
Multilevel Protection of the Right to Housing: Towards an Effective Right?
Iwona Wróblewska
Publicization of Private Relations by Horizontal Application of Constitutional Rights
Arpita Sarkar
Reservation on economic basis in India and its impact on inclusive society
Ana Cristina Pinheiro

Estenio Menezes Freitas
THE PRINCIPLES OF DIGNITY AND LEGALITY IN TIMES OF CHANGE FOR THE GUARANTEE OF THE SOCIAL RIGHTS OF TRANSGENDERED INDIVIDUALS.
Panel #20Threats to DemocracyChair: Eoin CarolanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Dariusz Adamski
EU law against the emerging social contract of democratic backsliding
Eoin Carolan
Investigating authority in constitutional systems
Gustavo Buss
Judiciary protagonism in the context of authoritarian governments
Atagun Mert Kejanlioglu
Legal Education in the Context of Autocratic Legalism
Tushar Kanti Saha
Presidential Terms, Electoral Contests and Protests against Dictatorial Regimes in in Africa
Zachary Elkins
What does militant democracy look like?
Panel #21Antidiscrimination and EqualityChair: Carissima MathenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yuvraj Joshi
Affirmative Action as Transitional Justice
Viviana Ponce de León Solís
Choice architecture and constitutional values: a nudge towards equality
Fernando Muñoz
Discrimination: on the constitutional history of a fundamental concept
José Manuel Díaz de Valdés
Reform to the Chilean Antidiscrimination Law and Comparative Standards
Carissima Mathen

Jennifer Chandler
The Equality Rights Implications of Medically Assisted Death in Canada
Ilias Trispiotis
The wrongfulness of religious discrimination
Panel #22Contemporary challenges to the fundamental rights of political minoritiesChair: Jane Reis Gonçalves PereiraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jane Reis Gonçalves Pereira
Democratic representation and courts: the problem of political minorities
Juliana Cesario Alvim Gomes
Sexual Rights: limits and possibilities to the use of the concept
Ligia Fabris Campos
Variations on transgender rights in light of the liberalism vs. paternalism debate: a feminist critique
Delfina Beguerie
Fidelity to the Multicultural Transformation: the harm of using stereotypes
Sofía del Carmen Treviño Fernández
BACKLASH AND SAME-SEX MARRIAGE IN MEXICO: WHAT IS THE LAW OF THE LAND?
Panel #23Environmental Protection and International LawChair: Justine BendelNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Justine Bendel
Challenging the judicial nature of international courts in international environmental law: an exploration of the relationship between judicial bodies and non-compliance procedures
Alba Nogueira
Circular Economy in the Liberalization Era. Is Public Law prepared to address this new legal paradigm?
RAUL CAMPUSANO
ESCAZÚ TREATY: SHOULD IT BE SIGNED? A NEW ENVIRONMENTAL DEBATE.
Mariarita Circi
The global framework for integrating the Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) considerations into investments: from preference to duty?
Chiara Ingenito
The role of soft law in environmental protection
Felipe Clavijo-Ospina
The pluralism of river rights in Aotearoa New Zealand and Colombia
Panel #24Corruption’s Corrupting of Liberal DemocracyChair: Tom Gerald DalyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Donna Greschner
Corruption and the Narratives of Human Rights
Leonardo Borlini
Not Such a Retrospective’: Reflections on the Origins, Evolution and Outcome of the International Anti-Corruption Cooperation
Justin Orlando Frosini
Has the National Anti-Corruption Authority (ANAC) Proved to Be the Best Way of Fighting Corruption in Italy?
Panel #25Justicia y Derecho en el UruguayChair: Ruben Correa FreitasNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ruben Correa Freitas
LA SUPREMACÍA CONSTITUCIONAL Y EL CONTROL DE CONVENCIONALIDAD EN EL URUGUAY
Cristina Vazquez
DERECHO PÚBLICO, TIEMPOS DE CAMBIO Y ACTIVISMO JUDICIAL
María Elena Rocca

Mariel Lorenzo
LA ACTUACIÓN DE LOS JUECES URUGUAYOS EN LA CORTE INTERAMERICANA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS
Javier Paolino
CONTROL DE CUMPLIMIENTO DEL DERECHO INTERNACIONAL DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS EN EL URUGUAY
Panel #26Constitutional Courts enforcing the due process of law-making. Challenges for the concrete controlChair: Miriam Henriquez ViñasNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sebastián Soto Velasco
Experiencias comparadas del control de constitucionalidad que realizan las cortes sobre los procesos legislativos.
Maria Pía Silva Gallinato
Control abstracto y concreto de vicios de forma: importancia de los principios democrático y de conservación de los actos del legislador
Sabrina Miriam Ragone
Requisitos procedimentales como parámetros para el control de normas de rango constitucional
Enrique Navarro Beltrán
Inaplicabilidad por vicios de forma. jurisprudencia constitucional del Tribunal Constitucional de Chile
Manuel Nuñez Poblete
La generalización de los efectos de la acción de inaplicabilidad por vicios de forma “Discussant”
Miriam Henríquez Viñas
La desnaturalización de la acción de inaplicabilidad por vicios de forma “Discussant”
Panel #27The demise of constitutional justice in Chile?Chair: Jorge Contesse2nd Chair: Sergio Verdugo (discussant)No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Christian Viera
Activismo político del Tribunal Constitucional chileno
Daniela Mendez
El Tribunal Constitucional chileno y el activismo judicial: una mirada desde la justicia transicional
Domingo Lovera
La deforma del derecho
Daniela Marzi
Tribunal Constitucional y trabajo: un derecho de migajas
Panel #28Beyond Referendums in Constitutional Creation and ChangeChair: Yaniv RoznaiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Richard Stacey
The Unnecessary Referendum
Elisabeth Perham

Maartje de Visser
Challenges and Opportunities of Democracy-enhancing Tools in Constitution-Making in Small States
Oran Doyle

Rachael Walsh
Constitutional Disagreement, Deliberation and Change
Panel #29Roundtable: Judicial Appointments in a Comparative Perspective - The Kavanaugh Confirmation and BeyondChair: Sujit Choudhry2nd Chair: Amnon ReichmanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kai Möller
Discussant – Reflections on Judicial Appointments: Theory and Practice
Tímea Drinóczi
Discussant – Judicial Appointments: The Hungarian Lesson and the Eastern European Context
Javier Couso Salas
Discussant Judicial Appointments – The Latin American Perspective
Amnon Reichman
Discussant: The Historical Arc and Comparative Significance of the Kavanaugh Confirmation
Panel #30A Latin American approach to International Economic Law? A reform agenda for a time of changeChair: Andres Delgado2nd Chair: Nicoló Lanzoni No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Belen Olmos
A ‘Latin American approach’ to International Economic Law?: Reconciling trade liberalisation and investment protection with the safeguard of public interest
Jaime Tijmes
International Economic Law (& Politics): A Latin American Perspective
Andres Delgado
A Latin American Approach to Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) reform
Andrea Lucas
Trade and Investment from a Climate Change perspective: A Latin American approach in a changing time
Parallel Panels Session II -
Panel #31Global Data Governance and the Future of International OrganizationsChair: Guy Fiti SinclairNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eyal Benvenisti
Global Access to Data: The Role of International Organizations
Dimitri van den Meerssche
Digital Data in Border Control Governance
Angelina Fisher
International Organizations as Global Regulators of Digital Data Flows
Panel #32El Rol del Poder Judicial en el Constitucionalismo Transformador Latinoamericano y Construcción del Ius CommuneChair: Armin von BogdandyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Miriam Lorena Henríquez Viñas
La Jurisprudencia de la Corte Suprema de Chile como un Agente Transformador en la Protección de los Derechos de los Migrantes (The Supreme Court of Chile as a Transformative Agent concerning the Protection of Migrants’ Rights)
Jorge Ernesto Roa Roa
El Constitucionalismo Transformador frente a la Sala de Máquinas (The Transformative Constitutionalism before the Engine Room)
Patrícia Perrone Campos Mello
Constitucionalismo Transformador y Protector en Brasil: el Ius Commune en América Latina como Estrategia de Resiliencia (Transformative and Protective Constitutionalism in Brazil: The Ius Constitutionale Commune en América Latina as a Resilience Strategy)
Roberto Niembro
El Constitucionalismo Transformador en México (The Transformative Constitutionalism in Mexico)
Panel #33Rule of law challenges in a time of criminal justice crisis Theoretical and constitutional issues 2Chair: Javier WilenmannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Hamish Stewart
The Elusive Virtue of Congruence
Javier Wilenmann
State theory, criminal justice decision making and the rule of law project
Nicola Recchia
Is criminal law “special”? A defense of a stricter scrutiny of judicial review of legislation in criminal matters.
Francesco Viganò
Proportionality of penalties as a fundamental right?
Panel #34Sovereignty, constitution and democracy: tensions, contradictions and convergences in the 21st Century (Part B)Chair: Estefânia Maria de Queiroz Barboza2nd Chair: Glauco SalomaoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vera Karam de Chueiri

Heloisa Fernandes Câmara
Brazilian Constitutional Hardball: Institutions and the Constitutional Instability
Katya Kozicki

Maria Helena Fonseca Faller
RADICALIZAR LA DEMOCRACIA, POPULARIZAR LA CONSTITUCIÓN: UN ENSAYO PARA MAYOR PARTICIPACIÓN CIUDADANA EN LA POLÍTICA
Vera Karam de Chueiri

Ana Claudia Milani e Silva
URBAN STRUGGLES AND RADICAL DEMOCRACY: PERSPECTIVES FOR A DEMOCRATIC CONSTITUCIONALISM
José Arthur Castillo de Macedo

Thais Amoroso Paschoal
Tutela colectiva, cooperação e transfederalismo: compartilhando problemas e soluções
Panel #35The Normative Foundations of Administrative LawChair: Edoardo ChitiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bernardo Giorgio Mattarella
See Panel's Description
Mariana Prado
See Panel's Description
Peter Lindseth
See Panel's Description
Joana Mendes
See Panel's Description
Panel #36Foreign Direct Investments Screening: A Challenge for Public LawChair: Giulio Napolitano No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Samed Sahin
European Foreign Direct Investment Screenings and Control Mechanisms in the Light of the Charter of Fundamental Rights
Bruno Paolo Amicarelli
Remedies against Unlawful Foreign Direct Investments Screening Measures under the New Common EU Regulation.
Maria Stella Bonomi
Foreign Direct Investments Screening Measures and Duty to Give Reasons
Panel #37Current Constitutional and Political Challenges in EuropeChair: Pablo José Castillo OrtizNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Radek Píša
Fortified Majority
Ivan Sammut

Mixed legal systems – A ‘loving’ marriage of legal systems or a curse – The case study of Malta in the EU context
Ermioni Xanthopoulou
Rights and Trust in EU Criminal Law: Age of Distrust or Pragmatic Trust?
Pablo José Castillo Ortiz
The Radical Right Party ‘Vox’: a Threat to Liberal Constitutionalism in Spain?
Orbán Endre
The Symptoms of Distrust in the Fundamental Law of Hungary and in its 7th Amendment
Beniamino Caravita di Toritto
Where is Europe going? Paths and perspectives of the European federalising process
Panel #38Dialogic Constitutionalism IChair: Daniel Wunder HachemNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Carlos Ignacio Giuffré
Dialogic Constitutionalism: An Analysis of its Conditions of Appearance
Daniel Wunder Hachem

Eloi Pethechust
Forced dialogue or overlapping monologues? The override of Brazilian Supreme Court’s decisions by the Congress through constitutional amendments
Jan Podkowik

Marek Zubik

Robert Rybski
Judicial dialogue in Europe. Between harmony and cacophony on the example of personal data protection.
Chien-Chih Lin

Judicial Dialogue or Monologue? Exploring Noncompliance with Judicial Rulings
Panel #39The Practice of Constitutional DemocracyChair: Antonia BaraggiaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mariana Rodrigues Canotilho
No taxation without equality: taxes and (other) austerity measures from an equality perspective
Oren Tamir
Abusive “Abusive Constitutionalism”
Carmen Montesinos Padillo
The Constitutional Reform as a Barrier against the Economic Globalization. State of the Matter in Spain and Proposals for Action
Johanna Frolich
Discussant
Alexander Somit
Discussant
Panel #40Problems in the Theory and Practice of Constitutional DemocracyChair: Sandy LevinsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kim Lane Scheppele
“Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Distinguishing Democrats from Autocrats in a World of Backsliding”
Martin Krygier
“What's the Point of the Rule of Law”
Mark Graber
“Constitutions as Constraints”
Mariana Rezende Oliveria
“Which democracy: Questioning Courts as Democracy Builders”
Yvonne Tew
Discussant
Sandy Levinson
discussant
Panel #41Challenging and Propagating Neoliberalism Across the GlobeChair: Diego Gil Mc CawleyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Leticia Kreuz
From abusive to intersectional constitutionalism – a deontologial analysis
Aneta Tyc
How to Shape the Future Direction of Global Labour Governance
Dragica Vujadinovic
Neoliberal and Welfare State Strategies of Development and of Understanding the Causes of the Crisis and Ways Out
Vijayashri Sripati
The global spread of neoliberalism via United Nations Constitutional Assistance: A salient but understudied international constitutional mechanism.
Diego Gil Mc Cawley
The Institutionalization of Neoliberal Reforms: A Case Study of Chile’s Housing Law and Policy
Panel #42Law and Politics in BrazilChair: Janaína SilvaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luísa Netto
Fight against corruption in Brazil: the risk of selective and unbalanced legal enforcement
Marina Bonatto

Leonardo Cabral
Rethinking Brazilian Democracy from a Gender Perspective
Bernardo Campinho
The differences between the procedures of refuge and asylum in the Brazilian constitutional experience: an analysis in the light of the dialogue between International Law, Constitution and Brazilian migratory law.
Marcelo Labanca
The role of state constitutions in the densification of fundamental rights at the subnational level in federal or quasi-federal countries: A prospective agenda from the Brazilian case
Janaína SILVA
Women and Constitution: a case study about the political participation of women in Brazil.
Panel #43The Movement of People and the State: A Historical and Legal Approach to Japan's ExperienceChair: Yukio OkitsuNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kaoru Iokibe
The Modernization of the Japanese State: How to Regulate Foreign Visitors
Akira Inayoshi
Regulations for Ports and Harbours in Japan's Open Ports in the 1860s
Nami Thea Ohnishi
The Japanese Immigration Policy and its Legal Fundaments
Yuki Sekine
The Mutual Implications of Social Security and Immigration Laws: the Case of Japan
Yukio Okitsu
Refugee Status Determination: State v. UNHCR
Panel #44Proportionality Around the WorldChair: Dam ShubhankarNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Murray Wesson
Australian Constitutional Culture and the Reception of Structured Proportionality
Virgilio Afonso da Silva
It is not all about balancing: proportionality’s necessity test
Elena Drymiotou
Proportionality in two analytical zones of human rights adjudication
Shubhankar Dam
Shades of Proportionality: Fundamental Freedoms and Reasonable Restrictions in India
João Andrade Neto
The Mendes Court (2003-2013): Progressist, Pro-Freedom, and Socially Engaged, but a Political Moralist
Fabio Estrada Valencia
THE PENAL SANCTION IN THE COLOMBIAN PEACE AGREEMENT WITH THE FARC-EP AND THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD OF PROPORTIONALITY OF PUNISHMENT
Panel #45LA PARTICIPACIÓN CIUDADANA EN EL OTORGAMIENTO DE TÍTULOS MINEROS:Chair: Federico SuarezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Hector Santaella

Hector Santaella
LA PARTICIPACIÓN CIUDADANA EN EL OTORGAMIENTO DE TÍTULOS MINEROS:
Juan Carlos Covilla

LA PARTICIPACIÓN CIUDADANA EN EL OTORGAMIENTO DE TÍTULOS MINEROS:
Ramon Huapaya

LA PARTICIPACIÓN CIUDADANA EN EL OTORGAMIENTO DE TÍTULOS MINEROS:
Panel #46Constituent Power, Violence and the Material ConstitutionChair: Francesca Maria Pou GiménezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Joel Colón-Ríos
Of Historical and Material Constitutions
Zoran Oklopcic
Dark material(s) and material constitutions: constituent power, institutional aims and productive forms
Hèctor López Bofill
The Constituent Power, the Problem of Violence, and a Theory of the Constitution
Vito Breda
The New Caledonian referenda and the strategies of diverting political power into violence
Panel #47Methodological pluralism in comparative constitutional researchChair: Konrad LachmayerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Theunis Roux
Interdisciplinary Research in Comparative Constitutional Law: Benign Toleration or Critical Engagement?
Renata Uitz
The Rise of Illiberalism as an Invitation for Interdisciplinarity in Comparative Constitutional Scholarship
Matthias Goldmann
Public Interests in Sovereign Debt Litigation: An Empirical Analysis
Konrad Lachmayer
A knowledge-based approach towards constitutional comparison
Wen-Chen Chang
Discussant
Panel #48Public Values in Expert DecisionmakingChair: Renata BRINDAROLI ZELINSKINo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Quentin Pironnet

Xavier Miny
A two-tiered justice system ? – Or how to attract foreign investors through the State justice mechanisms
RENATA BRINDAROLI ZELINSKI
CONSENSUAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: A NEW PARADIGM OF A PARTICIPATORY AND DEMOCRATIC ACTIVITY
Paul Mertenskötter

Tim Dorlach
Interpreters of International Economic Law: Corporations and Bureaucrats in Contest over Chile’s Food Warning Label
Robert Grzeszczak

Joanna Mazur

Regulating without Regulation? Regulating without the Sovereign? The Transition from Government to Governance on the example of the GDPR.
Yu-Yin Tu
The Governance of Independent Agencies- Starting from the Analysis of Taiwan Experience
Esther van Zimmeren
Trusting New Institutional Actors: Specialized Courts in the field of Intellectual Property Law
Panel #49Judicial independence in hard timesChair: Anna TarnowskaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Anna Tarnowska

Wojciech Włoch
Constitutional Courts and representative democracy
Agnieszka Bień-Kacała
Judicialization of politics or politicization of constitutional court in Poland
Tímea Drinóczi
Customizing judicial independence
Mónika Márton
Judiciary reforms in Romania: progress or democratic backsliding?
Panel #50Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments and Abusive Constitutionalism in Latin AmericaChair: Leticia KreuzNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Leticia Kreuz
Abusive constitutionalism and the fraudulent female Legislative candidacies in Brazil
Rick Pianaro
How democracy is being undermined by constitutional amendments in Brazil
Daniel Capecchi Nunes
The 1988 Brazilian Constitution’s dismemberment: abusive constitutionalism and the ending of the democratic political cycle
Denis Junior Cahuana Marca
The boundaries to the power of Constitutional Amendment in Perú
Arthur Passos El Horr
The judicial review of constitutional amendments in Brazil and his democratic importance considering the specificities of the Constitution of 1988
Trilce Valdivia
Unconstitutional constitutional amendments in the Peruvian way. A first approach.
Panel #51Nuevos Derechos y Desafíos para su ProtecciónChair: Ana María GarcíaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mariana Canales
¿Es la separación de poderes suficiente?
Ana Maria Garcia
Derechos Implícitos y su desarrollo en la Jurisprudencia Constitucional Chilena
Carmen Droguett González
El reconocimiento del derecho de acceso a la información de interés público como derecho fundamental, en la jurisprudencia constitucional y administrativa chilena a 10 años de la promulgación de la Ley Nº 20.285 sobre acceso a la información pública.
Jhonathan Avila Romero
El Rol del Tribunal Constitucional Peruano y la Eficacia de los Derechos Sociales
Guilherme Scotti

Rodrigo Gomes
Los impactos de la matriz histórico-jurídica producida en el contexto de las diásporas afrobrasileñas sobre los derechos de las comunidades quilombolas
Fabiana Lanke

Eduardo Domingues

Eliane Almeida

Milton Souza
Seguridad alimentaria en Brasil – Análisis bajo el enfoque del ciclo de las políticas públicas
Panel #52Unequal protection: immigration detention and deportation as fundamental rights blind-spots. The US and Chile compared from an interdisciplinary perspective.Chair: Martín Bernardo Canessa ZamoraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Caitlin Patler
The Fiscal, Social, and Human Impacts of U.S. Immigration Detention
Eleonora López Contreras
Deportación de poblaciones migrantes en Estados Unidos y Chile: Una expresión del racismo estatal.
Tomás Pedro Greene Pinochet
The constitutional protection of immigrants’ rights against the Administration’s powers to detain and deport: Chile and the US compared.
Leticia M. Saucedo
The Narratives in the U.S. Courts Justifying Restricted Rights for Immigrants
Panel #53Soberanía, Constitución y DemocraciaChair: Guillermo Otalora LozanoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Guillermo Otalora Lozano
Constitución y clientelismo
Eduardo ESTEVA
El Estado y su supervivencia desde el Renacimiento: una categoría histórica o absoluta?
Esteban Szmulewicz
Igualdad política: implicancias para el diseño institucional y los derechos fundamentales
Federico Ambroggio
La judicialización de la política y el problema de su indeterminación conceptual.
Hernán Correa-Cardozo
Los límites del constitucionalismo a la democracia directa: El caso del plebiscito para el Acuerdo de Paz en Colombia.
Claudio Alvarado
Origen y legitimidad de la Constitución de Chile: notas de teoría política y legal
Panel #54Flexible Justice, Enduring Peace? Courts, Transitional Governance and Transformative Constitutionalism in Colombia and MexicoChair: Rene UruenaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Maria Ibarra
The Ayotzinapa decision: self-restraint and transitional justice under review
Juana Acosta
Rights of victims in transitional contexts vis-a-vis the Inter-American Human Rights System: amidst the Conventionality Control and the National Margin of Appreciation
Alexandra Huneeus
The Judicialization of Peace
Manuel Góngora
The Inter-Americanization of Transitional Justice: The Colombian Case from a Coevolutionary Perspective
Panel #55Investment Law and Constitutional Law From a (Post)Colonial PerspectiveChair: Federico Suarez 2nd Chair: David SchneidermanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Magdalena Correa
The BITs in Colombia and the principle of equality: a new constitutional control.
Guillermo Moro
“What Are We Doing in Europe Then?” Latin-American Lawyers and the Post-Colonial Construction of the Investment Protection Regime.
David Schneiderman
Investment Law’s Formal and Informal Constitutional Empire
Ximena Sierra
A (post)colonial approach: Colombia before the ISDS and the disputes over natural resources.
Federico Suarez
An empirical rethinking of the hegemonic concept of foreign investment in the Global South
Panel #56New Frontiers of CitizenshipChair: Martijn van den BrinkNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ayelet Shachar
The Marketization of Citizenship in an Age of Restrictionism
Yossi Harpaz
Citizenship 2.0: Dual Nationality as an Asset
Dimitry Kochenov
Citizenship's Unnecessary Future
Kristin Surak
The Marketization of State Membership
Panel #57Political Parties and the ConstitutionChair: Julie SukNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Stephen Gardbaum
Political Parties and Constitutional Values
Sujit Choudhry
The Public Law Theory of Political Parties: Preliminary Notes from Bagehot and Dicey
Tarun Khaitan
Constitutionalising the Party: Protecting the State from the Party and the Party from its Base
Rivka Weill
Discussant
Panel #58Rights to Health, Food and NutritionChair: Bárbara BertottiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bárbara Bertotti
BRAZILIAN UNIFIED HEALTH SYSTEM: IS IT EGALITARIAN TO BE GRATUIT?
Leonardo Ribas
Desertion, Resistance, Exodus and Civil Disobedience: “Enclosures” of the “common” in the human right to adequate, healthy and sustainable food in the context of imperial globalization
Thana de Campos

Mariana Canales
Global Health Governance, the centralization approach, and the principle of subsidiarity
Rodolfo Figueroa

Justiciability of the Right to Health in Chile
Rawin Leelapatana

Seksiri Niwattisaiwong

Legal and Economics Framework for Optimization in Drug Affordability
Paola Bergallo
Shifting “shifting legal visions” in Argentine constitutional law
Panel #59Book Panel: NW Barber, The Principles of Constitutionalism (Oxford University Press, 2018).Chair: Jeff KingNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vicki Jackson
Comment on NW Barber's The Principles of Constitutionalism
Cora Chan
Comment on NW Barber's The Principles of Constitutionalism
Peter Oliver
Comment on NW Barber's The Principles of Constitutionalism.
Mattias Kumm
Comment on NW Barber's The Principles of Constitutionalism
Nicholas Barber
Reply to commentators.
Panel #60Transformative Constitutionalism and Constitutional PaternalismChair: Aileen Kavanagh No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Michaela Hailbronner
Defending democracy by protecting parliamentary rights
Pietro Faraguna
Constitutional paternalism, crisis of parliaments and “techno-populism”
David Landau
The (Contingent) Obligation to Issue a Structural Remedy in Socioeconomic Rights Cases
Yaniv Roznai
Constitutional Paternalism: The Israeli Supreme Court as Guardian of the Knesset
Samuel Issacharoff
Discussant
Plenary Session I. Judiciary in Times of Change? -
Judiciary in Times of Change?Chair: Gráinne de Búrca, Professor, New York University School of Law

Luis María Díez-Picazo
Justice, Supreme Tribunal of Spain

Kate O’Regan
Former Justice, Constitutional Court of South Africa
Director, Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, University of Oxford

Juan José Romero
Justice, Chilean Constitutional Tribunal
Associate Professor, P. Universidad Católica de Chile

Parallel Panels Session III -
Panel #61Are classical concepts of constitutionalism collapsing? Reflections on the contemporary mutations of constitutionalismChair: Mark TushnetNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Manon Altwegg-Boussac

Patricia Rrapi
How far can we go with classical concepts of constitutionalism? Two alternatives
Stephen Gardbaum
Discussant
Andras Jakab
The Nature of Constitutional Concepts
Mattias Kumm
Continuity and Discontinuity in basic constitutional concepts: Three transformations (Discussant)
Andrea Abi-Nader
External actors in constitution making: does constituent power still have its place in constitutional theory
Laetitia Braconnier-Moreno
Rights of Nature or community right in new constitutionalism?
Panel #62Author meets readers: How to Save a Constitutional DemocracyChair: Tom GinsburgNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Roberto Gargarella
comments on the book
Francisca Pou Gimenez
comments on the book
Ran Hirschl
comments on the book
Michaela Hailbronner
comments on the book
Aziz Huq
response
Panel #63Membership and ExclusionChair: Octaviano PadoveseNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Amelia Simpson
The inclusive potential of ‘judicial power’: Australian developments
Dorota Pudzianowska

Piotr Korzec
‘Undeserving’ individuals and what does it tell us about the statelessness legal framework?
Octaviano Padovese
Friend and Enemy in the age of rhetoric of crisis
Fabian Steinhauer
Legitmation and “Gründungsbilder”
Panel #64Antidiscrimination Law and Religion: Theorizing the RelationChair: Mark GraberNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ioanna Tourkochoriti
The Same-Sex Marriage Cake cases and the Forced Speech Argument
Peter Danchin
The Antinomies of Antidiscrimination Law and Religious Freedom
Lena Salaymeh
Religion is secularized tradition: the case of Jewish and Muslim circumcisions in Germany
Panel #65Constitutional Experiments in Latin America: The Quest for Effective Constitutional Entrenchment Mechanisms – Part 1Chair: Joel Colon-RiosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vicente F. Benítez-R
The people as semi-guardians of the Constitution: Actio popularis and judicial review of amendments in Colombia
Karina Denari Gomes de Mattos
The civil society of public prosecutors: the constitutional path for the Brazilian Ministério Público's major role in group litigation
Mariana Velasco Rivera
The Political Sources of Amendment Difficulty. A Comparative Study between the United States and Mexico
Joel Colon-Rios
Discussant
Panel #66The Global Public Law of Private InfrastructureChair: Benedict KingsburyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kevin Davis
The Effects of Corruption in Infrastructure Contracts
Cecilia Garibotti
Infrastructure (re)development in post-privatization Argentina
Nahuel Maisley
Infrastructure as a Trump Card: Global Public Law and the Centrality of Infrastructure Development in Public Policy Debates
Alejandro Rodiles
Transnational Infrastructural Initiatives and the Changing Paradigms of Law and Development
Rodrigo Vallejo
Discussant
Panel #67Inter-American Human RightsChair: Jorge Contesse No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Victorino Solá
¿CARL MENGER IN SAN JOSÉ DE COSTA RICA? JUDGES, INTERPRETATION AND RIGHTS
Walter Carnota
Evolution at the Interamerican Court of Human Rights: Right to health.
Gonzalo Candia
Facing new challenges at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights: The procedural delay as a substantive —and not only procedural— problem.
Juan Mecinas

Ricardo Uvalle
Mexican National Guard: Conventionality and public aims
Jorge Contesse
Ruling Through Advice: The Use of Advisory Jurisdiction in International Human Rights Law
Panel #68Towards a “BRICS-Law” and the Future of Global GovernanceChair: Iris EISENBERGERNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Michel Levi
The Future of Legislation in Regional Organisations
Alexandr SVETLICINII
The BRICS Countries and Their Cooperation in the Field of Competition Law and Policy
Lilian HANANIA RICHIERI
Promoting Creativity and Cultural Diversity in the BRICS in the Digital Age
Rostam J. NEUWIRTH
Towards a “BRICS-Law” and the Emergence of New Sources of Law
Denis DE CASTRO HALIS
Discussant
Panel #69International Law of Global Economy in Times of Change: Moving ParadigmsChair: Hélène Ruiz FabriNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Henok Asmelash
Regulating International Trade in the Age of Rising Economic Nationalism
Edoardo Stoppioni
Critical Approaches to International Investment Law: Voicing the Needs for Change
Alain Zamaria
Towards a Trustless Crypto-Monetary Order?
Janine Silga
Financial instruments in the EU external migration policy: Moving towards a generalised migratory conditionality?
Panel #70Comparative Election Law: Constructing Democratic RegimesChair: James GardnerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yasmin Dawood
Constructing the Demos: Voter Qualifications, Participation, and Suppression in Comparative Context
James Gardner
Conceptions of Politics in Comparative Perspective
Michael Pal
Recognition and Protection of Political Rights
Patricia Popelier
A Constitutional Perspective on Electoral Gender Quotas
Pablo Riberi
Theories of Representation
Panel #71Law and Technology in Context IChair: Magdalena JozwiakNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Magdalena Jozwiak
Data is political
Mário Barata
DATA PRIVACY, TERRORISM, AND THE NEED TO AMEND THE PORTUGUESE CONSTITUTION
Ana Cristina Aguilar Viana

Lucas Saikali
DIAMOND BLOOD: CYBERDEMOCRACY AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION
Paloma Krõõt Tupay
ESTONIA, THE DIGITAL NATION – REFLECTIONS ON A DIGITAL CITIZEN’S RIGHTS.
José Lyon
The dangers of legislative nostalgia: the application of received legal categories to new tecnologies
Panel #72Gender ideology and constitutional debatesChair: Paola BergalloNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mary Anne Case
Developments in the Demonization of “Gender Ideology”
Alicia Ely Yamin
Reframing Sexual and Reproductive Rights Battles
Paola Bergallo
Constitutional framings and the struggle to liberalize abortion in Latin America
Panel #73Constructing and Constraining CourtsChair: Iyiola SolankeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Iyiola Solanke
A Public Health Approach to Judicial Diversity
Scott Stephenson
Constitutional Conventions and the Judiciary
Alessandro Ferrara
Legitimacy and Reasonability: Reflections on Judicial Review
Ranieri Lima-Resende
Separate Opinions in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: Institutional and Individual Performances
João Andrade Neto
The (mis)representation of constitutional courts’ decision-making: do the people have a role to play in this mythological tragedy?
Mariana Rezende Oliveira
Which democracy?: Questioning courts as democracy builders.
Panel #74Third World / Decolonial Approaches to Constitutional LawChair: José Manuel Barreto2nd Chair: Amaya AlvezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Germán Sandoval
Constitución como nacionalismo y Constitución como corporación. Descolonizar y dispensar el derecho.
Amaya Alvez
Third World Approaches to Constitutional Chilean Law
Jose-Manuel Barreto
El carácter colonial y anti-colonial del Derecho Constitucional Colombiano
Panel #75Socialist Legal OrdersChair: Nicholas BarberNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cora Chan
Thirty years from Tiananmen: China, Hong Kong, and the ongoing experiment to preserve liberal values in a Leninist legal system
Ruiyi Li
How to understand the organizational form of political power in China?
Ewan Smith
Legality and Socialist Legality
Anna Lukina
Soviet Human Rights: an Oxymoron?
Panel #76Exercise of rights of people with intellectual and psychosocial disabilities in Latin AmericaChair: Pablo MarshallNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Viviana Ponce de León
Electoral exclusion of people with intellectual, cognitive and psychosocial disabilities in Chile
Paula Gastaldi
The right to vote of persons with disabilities: an analysis from the Social Model of Disability
Pablo Marshall
Avoiding stigma and discrimination when providing inclusion, accessibility and support: the case of the right to vote of people with disabilities
Renato Constantino
Towards the end of disability-based paternalism?: Some thoughts over the concept of 'safeguards' in the recent Civil Code Reform in Peru on the legal capacity of persons with disabilities
Renata Bregaglio
Same rights and same duties: Criminal liability of persons with disabilities
Panel #77The Domestication of International Criminal Justice: Chile After the "Pinochet Case"Chair: PIETRO SFERRAZZA2nd Chair: FRANCISCO BUSTOSNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cath Collins
La Ropa Sucia Se Lava en Casa: Chile and the Domestication of International Criminal Justice
Daniela Accatino
Los juicios por violaciones de derechos humanos en juicio ante el Tribunal Constitucional: una defensa de la constitucionalidad de las reglas de prueba aplicadas
Francisco Bustos
El Tribunal Constitucional como mecanismo (in)formal de impunidad
Pietro Sferrazza
La búsqueda de las personas desaparecidas en Chile: reflexiones críticas
Panel #78Constitutional Theory: New and Old ChallengesChair: Martin KrygierNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Guilherme Scotti

Marcos Queiroz
Fundamental rights as an aperture to the past: Dialogues between Ronald Dworkin and the post-colonial theory
Octaviano Arruda
On Legal Interpretation: nomos, violence and romantic constitution
Leonardo Cofre
Reconciling the is/ought divide in constitutional theory
Fernando Contreras

The problem of legalism: Lon Fuller’s critique of HLA Hart’s Rule of Recognition
Martin Krygier
What’s the point of the rule of law?
Panel #79Public law and bioethics in time of change. Reflection on human rights concepts and biomedical issuesChair: Grainne De BurcaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria Kalogirou
“Reproductive technologies – reproductive rights? Medically assisted reproduction in French and in Greek Law: Different concepts but same type of protection”
Enrique Santamaria
“Genetic research on human biological samples (HBS). Old and new challenges for public and private law”
Judit Sandor
“Legal Consequences of Genetic Textuality”
Laurie Marguet
“The change of the legal framework governing Surrogacy in the France and Germany”
Tanya Hernandez
Discussant
Manon Altwegg-Boussac
discussant
Panel #80Nation-States and society facing migration. Attempts of dialogue and proposals pro homine from Latin America.Chair: Carolina Moreno2nd Chair: Gracy PelacaniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Juan Manuel Amaya Castro
Colombian and the Venezuelan exodus: between a normative and international institutional managerialist approach.
Gracy Pelacani
Challenges and opportunities for a regional approach to migration in Latin America.
Miguel Alejandro Malagón Pinzon
An History of Migration in Colombia: 1850-1957
Carolina Moreno Velasquez
The Venezuelan migration in the Current Colombian Context: A Challenging Balance between Centralization and Decentralization
Anna Luisa Walter de Santana
Business responsibility and migration: dialogues for the protection and promotion of human rights
Panel #81Innovative reasoning in the Inter-American human rights system: facing contemporary human rights challengesChair: Pier Paolo PigozziNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andrés Felipe López
Empresas y derechos humanos en el Sistema Interamericano
María Angélica Benavides
La buena fe en la interpretación judicial internacional de los derechos humanos
Álvaro Paúl
Dos visiones del control de convencionalidad
Soledad Bertelsen
La referencia al derecho local en la jurisprudencia de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos
Pier Paolo Pigozzi
Discussant
Panel #82New Social Challenges for Public LawChair: Andrea Cristina Robles UstarizNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Felipe Bravo
Consumer law from a public law outlook
Fulvio Costantino
New wine and old wineskins. Sharing economy between global platforms and local regulations.
Mariana Lucía Burgos Jaeger
The end of the interdiction for disability in Peru: a blow to the legal paternalism
Seksiri Niwattisaiwong

Rawin Leelapatana
The Karma of ‘being disabled’ in Thailand: the tension between religious belief, law, and economics
Andrea Cristina Robles Ustariz
THE OBSOLESCENCE OF HUMAN BEINGS IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION 4.0: THE “BIG SHORT” FOR HUMAN CAPITAL THROUGH THE LIFELONG LEARNING PRINCIPLE
Klaus D. Beiter
Where Have All the Scientific and Academic Freedoms Gone? And, What Is ‘Adequate for Science’? Crucial Guidance on the Interpretation of the Right to Enjoy the Benefits of Scientific Progress and Its Applications
Panel #83Courts Against or in Favor of Democratic Decay?Chair: Emilio Meyer2nd Chair: Thomas BustamanteNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Emilio Meyer

Mariana Oliveira
Moderating Powers? Military and Judges in Brazilian Undemocratic Revival
Diletta Tega
The Italian Constitutional Court in-politics
Tom Daly
The Mutation of Juristocracy in the Context of Global Democratic Decay
Estefânia Barboza

Adriana Inomata
The Brazilian Judiciary Under Attack
Conrado Mendes
Judicial collaborationism in the guise of “classic separation of powers”
Thomas Bustamante

Evanilda Bustamante
Barroso’s Theory of Constitutional Legitimacy: A Critical Approach
Panel #84The People in Constitution-Making and -ChangingChair: Sophie WeertsNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aya Fujimura-Fanselow
Citizen-led inquiries as a form of resilience in the global and national order: opportunities and challenges
Sophie Weerts

Clarissa Valli Büttow
Constituent Power 2.0
Jamil Civitarese
Constitutional Design and the Optimal Level of Deliberation in a Society
Gabriel Negretto

MARIANO SANCHEZ-TALANQUER
Constitutional Origins and Liberal Democracy: The Impact of Elite Cooperation and Mass Participation
Alan Greene
Parliamentary Sovereignty and the Locus of Constituent Power in the United Kingdom
Juan Diego Galaz

The right to resist: changing the paradigm from the obligation to obey, to the right to participate.
Panel #85Constitutional Politics in Latin AmericaChair: Andrés Pavón MedianoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nilo Rafael Baptista de Mello
Brazilian Public Law Reactions to the Conservative Wave: reaffirming constitutional values
Andres Pavon Mediano

Diego Carrasco

Diego Pardow
Estimating judicial ideal points in the Chilean Supreme Court’ public law chamber
Andres Vodanovic
Legitimacy of the Constitution and legitimacy of judicial review: the Chilean case.
Karina Denari Gomes de Mattos

José Ribas Vieira
Measuring Judicial Compliance in the 21st Century: critical thoughts on contemporary literature and Courts initiatives
Bruno Camilloto
THE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT AND THE BRAZILIAN CRISIS OF DEMOCRACY: A CASE OF DILMA ROUSSEFF IMPEACHMENT (2015-2016).
Panel #86“NUEVOS RETOS DE LA CONSTRUCCION DE LA DECISIÓN ADMINISTRATIVA Y SU CONTROL JUDICIAL”Chair: Hector Santaella No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Irit Milkes
Abnegación del Derecho y el control judicial de la decisión administrativa en el derecho Colombiano
Ramon Huapaya

Ramon Huapaya
Control judicial de la decisión administrativa (PERU)
André Saddy

André Saddy
Control judicial de la decisión administrativa (BRASIL)
Christian Rojas

Christian Rojas
Metodologia de control y metodología direccional para la adopción de decisiones administrativas
Panel #87Democratic change or democratic dissolution? The Populist challenge to Liberal ConstitutionalismChair: Lorenza VioliniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luca Pietro Vanoni

Benedetta Vimercati
Identity Politics and the Rise of “New” Populisms/Nationalisms in Europe
Arianna Vedaschi
Revocation of Citizenship as a Counter-Terrorism Measure: A Dangerous Weapon of the Populist Rhetoric
Fernando Londoño
Common sense versus best knowledge: two faces of punitive populism in the XXI century
Nicholas Hatzis
Populist Speech and Representative Democracy
Javier Couso Salas
Evaluating National and International Strategies Dealing with the Crisis of Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law in Latin America
Panel #88Socio-Economic Rights 2.0: Old questions, new approachesChair: Esteban Hoyos-CeballosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jose Toro
How international development institutions approach to socio-economic rights: the strange case of World Bank’s ICSID
Natalia Angel-Cabo
Garbage, Courts and Political Struggles: socioeconomic rights enforcement in emerging global cities.
Antonio Barboza
How to combine structural and individual litigation: the case of the Right to Health in Colombia
Henrik Lopez
Resilience and protection of social rights in Colombia
Esteban Hoyos-Ceballos
The limits of the idea of meaningful engagement in the jurisprudence of the Colombian Constitutional Court
Tatiana Alfonso
Property rights in the midst of the transition: Interventions of the Colombian Constitutional Court in property rights
Panel #89Derechos y cambio social: desafíos para la inclusiónChair: Carolina Salas SalazarNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Margot Aguilera Ormeño
El rol de la solidaridad como principio integrador del Derecho en las sociedades del siglo XXI.
Carolina Salas Salazar
Inclusión social como desafío para las sociedades democráticas en Latinoamérica
Katherine Becerra Valdivia
Reevaluando el impacto de los movimientos sociales indígenas para incluir derechos colectivos en Latinoamérica: entre actores políticos fuertes y nuevos aliados
Taeli Gómez Francisco
Discussant
Panel #90The Algorithmic State: Constitutional and Administrative Law ChallengesChair: Antonia BaraggiaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Amnon Reichman
The Role of the State in Cyberspace
Andrea Simoncini
Why Are You Doing This to Me? The Duty to Give Reasons in the Algorithmic Era
Angelo Golia
Public and Private Regulation in Robot Technology: A Legal Pluralist Perspective
Sofia Ranchordas
Algorithmic Decision-Making and Good Administration
Panel #91Proportionality, US constitutional law, and “Rights as Trumps?”Chair: Jud MathewsNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vicki Jackson
Law, politics, and proportionality
Carlos Bernal Pulido
The normative necessity of proportionality
Francisco Urbina
Proportionality and the world of enemies
Jamal Greene
Discussant
Parallel Panels Session IV -
Panel #92European Public Order in Times of ChangeChair: Wojciech SadurskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou
European Public Order in Times of Change: View from Strasbourg
Vassilis Tzevelekos

Dimitrios Kagiaros
Assessing the Impact of Vulnerability on European Public Order in the Case Law of the ECtHR
Michael Lancaster Steiner

Antal Berkes
Exporting the ECHR Public Order outside Europe: the European Convention of Human Rights as the Applicable Law of Peace Missions
Rumyana Grozdanova
Secrecy as Counter-Terrorism: How should the European Court of Human Rights respond?
Panel #93The Institutions of Constitutional DemocracyChair: Lorenza VioliniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eneida Desiree Salgado
Institutional powers, institutional players: the judicial branch walks into the electoral arena
Alexei Trochev
Judicial Clientelism and Decay of Democracy in Post-Soviet States
David Schneiderman
Reviving Parliamentarism in an Era of Illiberal Executives
Michael Pal
South Asian Fourth Branch
Mark Tushnet
Discussant
Panel #94EU anti-discrimination law in times of contestationChair: Dr León Castellanos-JankiewiczNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Dr Aleksandra Gliszczynska-Grabias
Discussant
Dr Uladzislau Belavusau
A bird’s eye view on EU anti-discrimination law: the impact of the 2000 equality directives
Prof. Dimitry Kochenov
When equality directives are not enough: taking issue with the missing minority rights policy in the EU
Dr Mathias Möschel
Eighteen years of the race equality directive: a mitigated balance
Dr Beryl ter Haar
EU age discrimination law: a curse or a blessing for EU youth policy?
Dr Alina Tryfonidou
The impact of Directive 2000/78 on the protection of LGB persons and same-sex couples from discrimination under EU law
Panel #95Integrating social science and normative legal approaches to comparative constitutional lawChair: Joana MendesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Theunis Roux
Comparative Constitutional Decision-making: An Interdisciplinary Research Agenda
Niels Petersen
Empirical Research in Comparative Constitutional Law: A Bird’s Eye View
Emanuel V. Towfigh
Digitalization and Empirics: What’s in the Stars for Legal Scholarship and Legal Education?
Panel #96Liberalism, Authoritarianism and the Tasks of Constitutional Theory: Making Sovereignty Popular Again?Chair: Michael WilkinsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Margaret Martin
Reckoning with the Liberal Self
Zoran Oklopcic
Beyond Populism: Liberalist Projections and Quotidian Constitutions
Eugénie Mérieau
Towards a theory of Dual Constitutionalism: Constitutional Reason of State, Prerogative, and France’s Authoritarianism
Samuel Tschorne
Chile’s “constitutional problem”: a matter of popular sovereignty
Michael Wilkinson

Alexander Somek
Unpopular Sovereignty?
Panel #97TRANSFORMATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM IN LATIN AMERICA: CHALLENGES IN DARK TIMESChair: Vera ChueiriNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Patricia Perrone
RESILIENCE STRATEGIES OF CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS BEFORE AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES: THE BRAZILIAN CASE
Jorge Roa
The role of the judiciary in the Transformative Constitutionalism
Danielle Pamplona

Anna Luisa de Santana
ICCAL’ strategies for strengthening democracy
Katya Kozicki

Bianca van der Broocke
“UNCONSTITUTIONAL STATE OF AFFAIRS”, JUDICIAL ACTIVISM AND TRANSFORMATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM
Panel #98Cultural Heritage and its Law in Times of ChangeChair: Lorenzo Casini2nd Chair: Sabino CasseseNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Clizia Franceschini
The Role of the United Nations in Times of Political Change: Jerusalem and East-Timor’s Cultural Heritage Laws Altered by Occupation
Anna Pirri Valentini
Shaping the European Union’s Control over the Export of Cultural Properties: from National to Supranational Legislations and Viceversa
Ted Oakes
Borders and Brexit: Moving Cultural Property between Britain, Ireland and the European Union
Panel #99Rule of law challenges in a time of criminal justice crisis Theoretical and constitutional issues 3Chair: Javier WilenmannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Benjamin Berger
Jury Nullification, Constitutional Pluralism, and Indigenous Reconciliation
Rocío Lorca
What makes impunity a problem? Considerations on legality and international punishment
Andrea Galante
Retroactivity in criminal adjudication: The flexibility-foreseeability dilemma
Panel #100Constitutional Preambles: At a Crossroads Between Law and PoliticsChair: Donna GreschnerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ebrahim Afsah
Symbols of Assertion and Rejection: Islamic Constitutional Preambles
Ghazaleh Faridzadeh
The Iranian Preamble: A Narrative of Passion and Revolution
Pablo Riberi
The Formal Character of Preambles and the Political
Donna Greschner
Constitutional Preambles and Everyday Politics
Justin Frosini
Discussant
Panel #101Perspectives on Administrative LawChair: Robert SiucinskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Verónica Pelaez

Antoine Claeys

Marta Franch

Juan Carlos Pelaez
Administrative Law as an Anticipatory Law
Robert Siucinski
Services Conference as an Example of Convergence of Administrative Procedural Law
Ana Luiza Calil
The multiple meanings of Administrative Procedure: a case study of BRICS
Leonardo Ferrara
Transformations of the Authority-Liberty Paradigm in Europe
Panel #102Latin American constitutional reforms and constituent process in times of populismChair: Yaniv Roznai 2nd Chair: Sabrina Ragone No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Iris Marin
Consensus or polarization? constituent power versus populism
Gonzalo Ramirez-Cleves
Towards a taxonomy of the use of constitutional reform and the constituent power in Latin America in the era of populism
Maria Cielo Linares
Unconstitutional constitutional amendment: hyper presidentialism, indefinite re-election and democratic system
Jairo Néia Lima
How unamendable is the Brazilian Constitution? Lessons from the past and guidelines for the present after 30 years of unconstitutional constitutional amendments
Neliana Ramona Rodean
Electoral system – a lifeboat to constitutional changes in Latin America
Amilcare D’Andrea
Participatory democracy in the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the “undue external influence”
Panel #103Constitutional Change and Democracy in Latin AmericaChair: Nicolás Figueroa García-HerrerosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Helena Colodetti

Christian Schallenmüller
Constitutional Change as “Ordinary Politics”: The Misfortunes of a Semi-rigid Constitution for Brazilian Democracy
María Cristina Escudero

Claudia Heiss
Failed Constitutions: Winners and Losers in Chile's Constitutional History
Rodrigo Espinoza
Protecting Rights or Hindering Political Participation? Constitutional Rigidity and the Crisis of Representation in Consolidated Democracies
Nicolás Figueroa García-Herreros
Constitution Making and the New Latin American Constitutionalism
Gerardo Ballesteros de León
Las constituciones locales como fuente de interpretación de la constituciones nacionales: El caso de Jalisco, México
Johanna Cortés Nieto
Discussant
Panel #104Constitutional Experiments in Latin America: The Quest for Effective Constitutional Entrenchment Mechanisms – Part 2Chair: Joel Colon-RiosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Johanna Fröhlich
The rhetorical straitjacket of constitutional amendment rules in Ecuador
Andrea Katz
“La Suiza de América”: Uruguay’s Experiment with Popular Democracy under the Constitution of 1918
Sergio Verdugo
The Chilean 1925 Supreme Court Doomed to Fail
Joel Colon-Rios
Discussant
Panel #105The Random Selection of Rulers? Ideas for the Refoundation of Modern DemocracyChair: César VallejoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
César Vallejo
El azar como elemento fundacional y necesario del sistema democrático
Andrea Celemín
¿El sorteo como mecanismo para la conformación de instituciones políticas debilita la democracia representativa?
Felipe Paredes
¿Podría la selección aleatoria de los representantes mejorar la democracia?
Felipe Rey Salamanca
El sorteo y la justicia constitucional
Panel #106Inequality, Instability and ConstitutionalismChair: Jeff KingNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tarunabh Khaitan
Political Insurance for the (Relative) Poor: How Liberal Constitutionalism Could Resist Plutocracy
Jeff King
Inequality, Instability and the Rule of Law
Colm O'Cinneide
Plugging the Gap: Material Inequality and the Liberal Constitution
Julie Suk
Constitutional Prohibition and the Destabilization of Gender Inequality
Richard Holden
Discussant
Panel #107Regulating the Economy IChair: Paula AhumadaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andrea Cristina Robles Ustariz
EURO, DOLLARIZATION AND BITCOIN: NO PLACE FOR MONETARY SOVEREIGNTY?
Julian Barquin
FinTech regulation: Can States actually achieve it? Limits and challenges from a Uruguayan perspective
Alexandr Svetlicinii
Levelling the playing field: time to reconsider the treatment of China’s state-owned undertakings in EU competition law?
PAULA AHUMADA
Money and Sovereignty: The Chilean Case in the Twentieth Century
Krzysztof Krzystek
Shifting Merger Policy in Mobile Telecoms – a Foreshadowing of the Emergence of the Common European Electronic Communications Market?
Francesco Farri
TAX SOVEREIGNTY IN TIMES OF CHANGE: IS THE STATE STILL “USEFUL” TO THE TAX SYSTEM?
Panel #108Law and Technology in Context IIChair: Mikolaj BarczentewiczNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jan Podkowik
Accountability in the robotic era. Towards new effective remedies to protect individuals?
Marisa Araújo

Augusto Meireis
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE CRIMINAL COURT: THE RECIDIVISM ALGORITHM
Magdalena Jozwiak
Giving reasons: incompletely theorized agreements and incompletely explainable machines
Judit Sandor
Harmful Inference
Mayu Terada
Progress of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technology and Transformation of Public Law
Ryszard Piotrowski
The impact of new technologies on democracy: new human rights and the reinterpretation of separation of powers
Mikolaj Barczentewicz
Using AI to predict outcomes of cases in UK public law
Panel #109Primero ríos, después montañas y ahora la Amazonía: Derechos de la naturaleza en perspectiva comparadaChair: Juan Camilo HerreraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Felipe Clavijo-Ospina
Nature rights in perspective: beyond the ecocentric theory and the biocultural rights (Derechos de la naturaleza en perspectiva: más allá de la teoría ecocéntrica y los derechos bioculturales)
Tatiana Alfonso
Who are going to help us now? Challenges of implementation in the new environmental rights (¿Y ahora quién podrá ayudarnos?. Los desafíos que plantea la implementación de los nuevos derechos de la naturaleza)
Juan C Herrera
Hacking the Law: Do “things” have rights?” (“Hackeando el sistema jurídico: ¿tienen derechos las “cosas”?)
Natalia Castro
Climate change litigation and protection of collective entities (Litigio en cambio climático y protección de entidades colectivas)
Juan Ubajoa
The legal personality of nature and its elements versus the constitutional duty to protect the environment (La personalidad jurídica de la naturaleza y de sus elementos versus el deber constitucional de proteger el medio ambiente)
Panel #110"Gold-plating" and Law Making - An EU legal space odisseyChair: Patricia PopelierNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Raquel Franco
Gold plating and Law Making I – The overload menace
Manuel Cabugueira
Gold plating and Law Making II – The last RIA
Rui Lanceiro
Gold plating and Law Making III – The EU force awakens
João Tiago Silveira
Techniques to avoid red tape resulting from gold plating: may the force be with us
Patricia Popelier
Discussant
Panel #111International Law and Human RightsChair: Samantha VellutiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Francisco Lobo
‘Here Be Dragons’: Mapping the Legal Contours of Jus Cogens in International Law
Sanja Dragic
Civil Society under Attack: Investigating the ‘New Norms’ Deployed to Fight Back
Sejal Parmar
Guarding the Guardians? The evolving role of the international human rights system in protecting journalists and the media
Klaus D. Beiter
More than a Battle of Acronyms: GATS, TRIPS, and FTAs Wreaking Havoc in Education in Africa – ETOs as an Antidote?
Samantha Velluti
The Extraterritoriality of EU Law and Human Rights in Times of Change
Violeta Besirevic
What future for Human Rights? Accommodating Human Rights Claims in International Investment Arbitration
Panel #112Gender Equality and Political ParticipationChair: Beverley BainesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marjo Rantala
Courts and non-discrimination law: Reinforcing or challenging gender norms?
Dmitry Kurnosov
Ensuring Gender Equality in Parliaments: The Hidden Opportunities of Electoral Law
Bernardo Campinho
MATERNITY, GENDER AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF WOMEN’S HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE BRAZILIAN CONSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM: THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE CONVENTION AND THE CEDAW COMMITTEE
Rostam J. NEUWIRTH
Non-Binary Gender and Binary Legal Thinking: The Birth of a New Legal Mindset?
Bárbara Bertotti

Ana Cristina Viana
THE THIRD SECTOR AND THE PROMOTION OF WOMEN’S POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN BRAZIL
Beverley Baines
Women’s equality rights times three
Panel #113The Judicialization of Politics and Judicial DeferenceChair: Vanice Lirio do ValleNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marina Bonatto

Leonardo Cabral
Does Judicial Activism still matter in Brazil?
Vanice Lirio do Valle
Judicial deference towards administrative choices in the social rights realm
Clemente José Recabarren
Judicial review as deference to our constitutional lucidness
Nadja Lirio do Valle Marques da Silva Hime Masset

Participation as a criterion for deference in Brazil
Guy Seidman

Gary Lawson
What is Deference: An Introduction and Call for Collaboration
Panel #114The multiples dimensions of Migration in Latin America: challenges, proposal and debatesChair: Juan Manuel Amaya Castro No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Alexandra Castro Franco
The bittersweet efforts for a regional governance of migration in Latin America.
María Teresa Palacios Sanabria
Migration government with a focus in human rights: a challenge for Colombian regions
Carolina Moreno Velasquez

Gracy Pelacani
Legal empowerment of the migrant population: instruments for social transformation
Panel #115What doesn't kill it makes it stronger? The resilience of the Inter-American human rights system in an age of backlashChair: Alexandra Huneeus2nd Chair: Silvia Steininger3rd Chair: Ximena SoleyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Silvia Steininger
Harder, better, faster, stronger: Conceptualizing the institutional resilience of international courts
Ximena Soley
Defusing tensions in the inter-American system: beyond formal institutional structures
Marie-Christine Fuchs
Fighting back the backlash through dialogue and cross-fertilization – The inter-American human rights system and its facilitators
Judith Schönsteiner
Against closed-room diplomacy: Selecting judges and commissioners in the inter-American human rights system
Panel #116El ius commune y lo común de la crítica. Constitucionalismo transformador y el espacio jurídico latinoamericanoChair: Armin von BogdandyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Miriam Lorena Henríquez Viñas
Tres triadas sobre el concepto Ius Constitutionale Commune Latinoamericano
Ana Micaela Alterio
En la búsqueda de lo común del Ius Constitutionale Commune Latinoamericanum
Cecilia Medina Quiroga
El impacto transformador de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos
Juana Acosta
La subsidiariedad desde la mirada del Ius Constitutionale Commune en América Latina: ¿desaparición o renacimiento?
Panel #117Courts Under Extreme PressuresChair: Ana Beatriz Vanzoff Robalinho CavalcantiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Beatriz Vanzoff Robalinho Cavalcanti
Activism or Self-restrain: the role of Courts in Democratic Transitions and the case of Brazil
Francesco Biagi
Constitutional Adjudication in North Africa and the Middle East following the “Arab Spring”: Reforms, Challenges and Perspectives
Daniel Capecchi Nunes
Democracy’s Destruction from the Inside: authoritarian rings and the role of constitutional interpretation in democratic backsliding.
Marcin Szwed
How to substitute a dysfunctional constitutional court? The case of Poland
Roberto Machado Filho

Paula Pessoa
Political Parties in Turbulent Times: What Role for Constitutional Courts?
Wojciech Brzozowski
The Constitutional Court as a Constitutional Zombie: Another Lesson from the Polish Crisis
Panel #118Global bust, African boom? Africa’s march towards democracy and multilateralismChair: Iyiola Solanke2nd Chair: Adem AbebeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Adem Abebe
The Role of Civil Society
Charles Fombad
Transforming Constitutions and Constitutional Rights
Horace Adjolohoun
The Role of the Judiciary
Janine Silga

Iyiola Solanke
Comparing multilateralism in Africa and Europe
Panel #119Constitutional Democracy in EuropeChair: Sujit ChoudhryNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Antonia Baraggia

Matteo Bonelli
Rule of Law Conditionality and Constitutional Democracy Crisis in Europe
Timea Drinoczi

Agnieszka Bien-Kacala
Constitutional Democracy in Hungary and Poland
Paul Blokker
“Populist Constitutionalism: A Disease or a Symptom”
Kim Lane Scheppele
Discussant
Grainne De Burca
Discussant
Panel #120Dialogic Constitutionalism IIChair: Daniel BogéaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nicola Lupo
About constitutionalism and parliamentarism: when Constitutional Courts need the legislator
Teresa Nascimento
Concrete review in Portugal as a case of weak-form judicial review
Daniel Bogéa

Pablo Holmes
Dialogue or Symbiosis? An evolutionary approach to interbranch dynamics
Antonio Maués

Breno Magalhães
Patterns of judicial dialogue between national courts and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
ICON-S Workshop. A Research and Publication Strategy for a Successful Academic Career (including How Does Peer Reviewing Really Work Or Not Work -
ICON-S WorkshopChair: Joseph H.H. Weiler, Professor, New York University Schhol of Law

A Research and Publication Strategy for a Successful Academic Career (including How Does Peer Reviewing Really Work Or Not Work)

Plenary Session II. Crisis or Resurgence of the State? -
Crisis or Resurgence of the State?Chair: Gabriel Bocksang, Professor, Dean, P. Universidad Católica de Chile

Helena Alviar
Full Professor, Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia
Visiting Professor, Harvard University

Professor Armin von Bogdandy
Director, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
Professor, Goethe University Frankfurt

Beth Simmons
Professor, Harvard University
Professor, University of Pennsylvania

Parallel Panels Session V -
Panel #121The State of Constitutional Democracy: ObservationsChair: Mark GraberNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Michaela Hailbronner
Schmooze/Roundtable–no formal paper
David Law
No formal paper
James Fowkes
No formal paper
Antonia Baraggia
Mathias Moschel
No formal paper
Tom Ginsburg
No formal paper
Panel #122The American Convention on Human Rights at 50Chair: Jorge ContesseNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Juana Acosta
Discussant
Cecilia Medina
Women’s Rights in the Inter-American Human Rights System
Eduardo Vío
The role of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Antonia Urrejola
The role of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
René Urueña
Reclaiming the Keys to the Kingdom: Evangelicals, Legal Activisms, and Human Rights in Latin America
Alexandra Huneeus
When Illiberals Embrace Human Rights
Panel #123La justicia constitucional en tiempos de cambio en América LatinaChair: Arturo ZaldívarNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Roberto Gargarella
Diálogo constitucional para democracias en problemas
Ana Micaela Alterio
La Suprema Corte de México: entre lo viejo, lo nuevo y lo transformador
María Francisca Pou Giménez
Cortes latinoamericanas: democracias dislocadas y la agenda de igualdad, libertad y pluralismo
Roberto Saba
Justicia Constitucional y Cambio Social
Panel #124Migration and CitizenshipChair: David AbrahamNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Martín Canessa Zamora

Tomás Pedro Greene Pinochet
Blind states and invisible people: the sovereign denial to protect immigrant population.
Marisa Araújo

Augusto Meireis
CLOSING BORDERS IN AN ERA OF GLOBALIZATION: THE DECLINING OF THE DUAL CITIZENSHIP
Zachary Elkins
In Defense of Birthright Citizenship
Jhuma Sen
In the shadow of Partition: Legislating and Adjudicating Citizenship in India
María Elisa Zavala Achurra
In Times of Massive Movement of People Across Borders: An Analysis of the Evolution of the Concept of ‘Sovereignty’ and ‘Refugee’
Paula Almeida

Gabriela Hühne Porto
Rethinking the Sources of Public International Law in Times of Change: The Governance Potential of the GCM
Panel #125The State of Constitutional Democracy: DirectionsChair: Tom DalyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Heinz Klug
Informal presentation
Mattias Kumm
Informal presentation
Rosalind Dixon

David Landau
Informal Presentation
Vicki Jackson
Informal Presentation
Sujit Choudhry
Informal Presentation
Marcela Prieto Rudolphy
Informal presentation
Panel #126Multi-Actor Global Governance and Human RightsChair: Gráinne De Búrca No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elena Pribytkova
Governance for Human Rights and Sustainable Development
Alicia Ely Yamin
Democratizing Global Governance to Advance Health Rights and Global Justice
Maria Varaki
The UN Global Compact on Migration; a blueprint for multilateral global governance?
Karen Solveig Weidmann
Intrinsically Binding Norms as Trailblazers for Change
Claire Methven O'Brien
Polycentrism, Experimentalist Governance, and the Future of Business and Human Rights Regulation
Panel #127Frontiers of Law and DemocratisationChair: Glenn PatmoreNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Glenn Patmore
Defining Democracy and Democratisation: A Legal Critique
Felix-Anselm van Lier
An Ethnographic Analysis of a “Digital Pouvoir Constituant”: Proposal for a Qualitative Research Framework
Antoni Abat i Ninet
Crowdsourcing for Constitutional Interpretation
Carlos Bernal
Constitutional Crowdsourcing and Constitutional Rights
Panel #128Judicial Review of Legislative ProcessesChair: Stephen GardbaumNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov
The Impact of Judicial Review of the Legislative Process on Legislative Behavior
Stephen Gardbaum
Pushing the Boundaries: Judicial Review of Legislative Procedures in South Africa
Aileen Kavanagh
The Promise and Perils of Process Review
Patricia Popelier
Procedural Rationality Review After Animal Defenders: A Constructively Critical Approach
Panel #129Whitelash: Unmasking White Grievance in the Age of TrumpChair: Iyiola SolankeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Terry Smith
Whitelash: Unmasking White Grievance in the Age of Trump
Thiago Amparo
Discussant
Audrey MacFarlane
Discussant
Tanya Hernandez
Discussant
Panel #130Book Roundtable on Advisory Opinions: Carissima Mathen, "Courts Without Cases" (Hart 2019)Chair: Richard AlbertNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ran Hirschl
Discussant on “Courts Without Cases”
Margot Young
Discussant on “Courts Without Cases”
Jeff King
Discussant on “Courts Without Cases”
Amelia Simpson
Discussant on “Courts Without Cases”
Yasmin Dawood
Discussant on “Courts Without Cases”
Carissima Mathen
Author of “Courts Without Cases”
Panel #131Collective Decision-Making in Constitutional ReasoningChair: Virgilio Afonso Da SilvaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Génevieve Cartier
Administrative Deliberation and the Constitution
Tania Busch
Audiencias Públicas y su Impacto en las Sentencias del Tribunal Constitucional Chileno
Rodrigo Kaufmann
Democracy as Legitimacy: The German Understanding of the Democratic Principle
Pablo Grez
The UK Parliament Joint Committee on Human Rights ('JCHR') before Convention Rights: Contradictory Pressures
Cristóbal Caviedes
The Core of the Case for Supermajority Rules in Constitutional Courts
Panel #132Global Constitutionalism in Crisis?Chair: Jaclyn NeoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Moshe Cohen-Eliya

Iddo Porat
Proportionality in the age of Populism
Kai Möller
Defending liberal constitutionalism in times of crisis
Gila Stopler
Semi-liberal Constitutions
Jamal Greene
discussant
Panel #133Disputatio Medievale: ¿Un Giro Liberal en la Iglesia para Aproximarse a la Relación entre la Religión y el Estado?Chair: Sergio VerdugoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Julio Alvear Téllez
Presentation of the book’s argument
Joseph Weiler
Comments on the book’s argument
Sergio Verdugo
Moderator
Panel #134Populism and Decision-Making Process: Between Representative Bodies and Judicial AuthoritiesChair: Benedetta BarbisanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Omar Makimov Pallotta
Populism and direct democracy: an instrumentalist approach to constitutional law?
Paolo Bonini
A Judicial-Oriented Decision-Making Process as the Essence of Populism
Benedetta Barbisan
Courts Like Medieval Parliaments in the Crisis of Political Representation
Panel #135The rise of memory laws in times of contestationChair: Dr Uladzislau BelavusauNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Natalie Alkiviadou
Memory, remembrance and reconciliation: words that matter: a glossary for journalism in Cyprus
Grazyna Baranowska
Turkish and Russian memory laws in comparative perspective
León Castellanos-Jankiewicz
The resurgence of amnesties in Latin America: between remembrance and renewal
Aleksandra Gliszczynska-Grabias
Legal and political deployments of memory in Central and Eastern Europe
Ioanna Tourkochoriti
Should the law regulate historical memory?
Panel #136Judicial Methodology and Decision-Making IChair: Dean KnightNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sebastian Lewis
Can equity constrain the power of Constitutional Courts to invalidate the application of potential unconstitutional statues?
Dean Knight
Contextual review: the instinctive impulse and unstructured normativism in judicial review
Brigitte Leal
Facing Up Fact Uncertainty: A Complexity in the Public Law Litigation Model
Raquel Sarria

Jose Miguel Rueda Vásquez
Judicial activism and the Rule of Law: an institutional paradox?
José Miguel Rueda Vásquez

Raquel Sarria Acosta
Judicial activism and the Rule of Law: an institutional paradox?
Anthony Tonio Borg
The perils of Positivist Thinking in Public Law
Panel #137La jurisdicción constitucional en la construcción de la convencionalidad de los sistemas nacionales latinoamericanosChair: Diego Dolabjian2nd Chair: Gonzalo RamírezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
CAROLINA MACHADO CYRILLO DA SILVA
Gobierno Abierto, participación popular y el Poder Judicial en el Estado Constitucional
LUZ ELIYER CÁRDENAS CONTRERAS
La evolución en el sistema interamericano de la doctrina del margen de apreciación
PABLO SEBASTIÁN LÓPEZ HIDALGO
El problema de la dificultad contramayoritaria en la Corte Constitucional ecuatoriana
MARÍA LORENA GONZÁLEZ TOCCI
Alcances, eficacia y autoridad del precedente constitucional
Edgar Hernán Fuentes Contreras
Del Estado Constitucional al Estado Convencional de Derecho. El proceso de trasformación de los modelos jurídico-políticos, en el contexto Ius Constitutionale Commune en América Latina
Panel #138Regulating the Economy IIChair: Sebastián SotoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sebastian Soto
Constitutional balanced budget clauses: past, present… and future?
Ana Luiza Calil
Public Planning as a tool for innovation in public sector
NIKOLAOS VAGDOUTIS
Social rights constitutionalism through the concept of the economic constitution.
STEPHANE BRACONNIER
The economic freedoms facing social and economical crisis : the example of France
Adilkhan Turekhanov
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU): new actor in International Law and sources of EAEU Law
Angelo Jr Golia
Transnational Economic Actors and Legal Pluralism: ‘Constitutional Disobedience’ as an Instrument for the Internalization of Human Rights into Economic Legal Systems
Panel #139Constitutional Shocks and Transitions IChair: Errol MendesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luis Claudio Martins de Araujo
Constitutional resilience in democratic societies
Vera Chueiri
Democracy, constitutionalism in times of crisis: the impeachment as a trap to turn a parliamentary coup into a regular constitutional procedure
Ebrahim Afsah
Faith, Rationality and Legal Method: Islamic Public Law and its Role in Arab State Failure
Errol Mendes
In the 2019 20th anniversary of the Quebec Secession Reference; The Canadian Supreme Court legacy on mediating and preventing a state breakdown
Yuvraj Joshi
Racial Transition in US Equality Cases
Zoé Vrolix

Christian Behrendt
The production of legal provisions in period of emergency
Panel #140Razonamiento Judicial y el Control del PoderChair: Magistrado Eloy Espinosa-Saldaña2nd Chair: Cristián VillalongaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cristian Villalonga
Analizando el modelo de juez racional. Reflexiones sobre la teoría de la jurisdicción en el neoconstitucionalismo.
André Saddy

El concepto de apreciatividad en el Derecho administrativo: analogías y diferencias con la discrecionalidad administrativa
Miguel Saltos

Andrés De Gaetano

Federico Acheriteguy
Hibridación y convergencia de los sistemas de control: del poder constituyente al juez constitucional
Benjamin Gajardo
Jueces y democracia: rescatando la idea de imparcialidad judicial, hacia una justificación normativa de la autoridad dialógica
Abraham Bechara
La carga de la argumentación jurídica, como modelo de adjudicación especial de los derechos fundamentales
Magistrado Eloy Espinosa-Saldaña
La labor de los tribunales en la tutela de los derechos de los sectores más vulnerables: una aproximación a la luz de la jurisprudencia del Tribunal Constitucional peruano
Panel #141Globalization of Public Law: Innovations and Trends of public lawChair: Diana Valencia-Tello2nd Chair: Johanna Cortes Nieto No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Helena Colodetti
Instrumentalizing International Law: the Principle of Consistent. Interpretation and the Creation of the European Union Constitutional Block.
Juan David Duque Botero
Investment Protection Treaties and Regulatory Cooperation in the Context of Public Procurement
Hugo Andres Arenas Mendoza
Conventionality Control in the Colombian Council of State’s Case Law in Cases of Tort Claims against the State for Extrajudicial Executions
Diana Carolina Valencia-Tello

Johanna Cortes Nieto
Disciplining Public Procurement Law. The OECD in Colombia
Panel #142The Public and Private Divide in the Digital World: What role for Public Law?Chair: Rui Lanceiro2nd Chair: Domingos FarinhoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rui Lanceiro

Francisco Duarte
The Rise of “Digital States” in International Law
Vicky Kosta
Online content regulation through internal market legislation: The proposed Regulation on preventing the dissemination of terrorist content online
Raquel Franco
Will robots make you happier? Behavioral informed policies, intelligent nudging and feedom of choice
Domingos Farinho

Ricardo Campos
The legal regulation of social networks across Europe
Sofia Ranchordas
Discussant
Panel #143Authority, responsiveness and democratic checks: the challenges of public law in the new constitutional landscapeChair: Viviana Ponce de LeónNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Guillermo Jiménez
BUREAUCRACY AND RESISTANCE TO AUTHORITARIANISM
Matías Guiloff
Los límites de la responsividad
George Lambeth
Financial Stability and Risk Regulation. A Normative assessment of unelected power as a limit case in Public Law.
Pablo Contreras
“OBEDIENTES Y NO DELIBERANTES”: FUERZAS ARMADAS, AUTONOMÍA Y CONTROL DEMOCRÁTICO EN CHILE
Daniel Mondaca
Derecho y protesta social: una tensión irresoluble
Panel #144Comparative Administrative Law: Assessing the State of the FieldChair: Peter Lindseth2nd Chair: Mariana PradoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yoav Dotan
[roundtable format]
Mariolina Eliantonio
[roundtable format]
Cheng-Yi Huang
[roundtable format]
Jud Mathews
[roundtable format]
Joana Mendes
[roundtable format]
Giulio Napolitano
[roundtable format]
Panel #145New Approaches to Enduring Problems in Public LawChair: Carolina CardenasNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Badrinath Rao
A GOVERNMENT WITHOUT POWER? THE ABERRATIONS OF FEDERALISM IN INDIA
Beke Zwingmann
Domestic versus foreign affairs – an outdated dichotomy?
Maíra Almeida

Carlos Bolonha
Is Thin Rationality Review a possibility to Brazilian Administrative State?
Ricardo Cruzat Reyes
Regulating through litigation: the nature of regulatory rulings
Gisela Ferrari
The Migration of Constitutional Ideas in Latin America: Dynamics, Underlying Assumptions, and Possible Improvements
Panel #146The Roles of the People in Law and PoliticsChair: Andres BiehlNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mauricio Wosniaki Serenato
A BET ON THE PEOPLE: STRONG DEMOCRACY AND WEAK CONSTITUTIONALISM IN THE CONTEXT OF CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACIES TENSIONS.
Michael Da Silva

Daniel Weinstock
Domestic Democratic Majorities and International Constraints: The Case of Language
Sarah Burton
Locating The People: Non-Resident Enfranchisement and National Identity in a Globalized World
Hoai-Thu Nguyen
Redefining the notion of ‘free and fair’ elections in the digital age
Andres Biehl

Francisco Urbina

Rodrigo Perez de Arce
Voting as Ritual: an Account of the Communal Dimension of Elections
Panel #147Developing International Law and InstitutionsChair: Danielle RachedNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Danielle Rached
Authority in the Global Health Governance
Francisco Lobo
Empire Strikes Back: Comparative Notes on Evolving Conceptions of Western Imperialism
Pablo José Castillo Ortiz

Carlos Closa
Integration Clauses in Latin-American and Caribbean Constitutions
Nikos Vogiatzis
Margin of appreciation and subsidiarity: The Strasbourg Court post-Protocol 15 ECHR
Elisabetta Morlino
The power of the purse: the law of international organizations between social development and economic interests
Valentina Volpe
The United Nations and Democracy Promotion. The Importance of Being Earnest
Panel #148The Powers of Legislators and LegislationChair: Vanessa MacDonnellNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giovanni Piccirilli
A Gesetzesvorbehalt for the European Union after the Treaty of Lisbon? The impact of the new category of “legislative acts” on the concept and aims of legislation
Maciej Pisz
Challenges in the area of the sources of law in contemporary Polish constitutional law
Ivan Sammut

In times of change – the evolution and the democratization of the European Union’s agencies as the ‘fourth’ branch of government
Martijn van den Brink
Justice, Legitimacy, and the Authority of Legislation within the European Union
Vanessa MacDonnell
Quasi-Constitutional Legislation and Constitutional Pervasiveness
Panel #149Changing Public Law through Cultural HeritageChair: Lorenzo Casini2nd Chair: Sabino CasseseNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Evgeniia Volosova
Soviet Cinema in Changing Post-Soviet Copyright Law
Felicia Caponigri
Fashion, Design and the Future of Cultural Heritage Law
Mariafrancesca Cataldo
The (Public) Law of Cultural Heritage in the face of Terrorism and Diplomacy
Gabriela Atucha Rossi
Intangible Cultural Heritage and its Protection in Chilean Law
Panel #150The Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendment DoctrineChair: Eduardo MoreiraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Atagun Mert Kejanlioglu
The “people” as an obstacle to an effective unconstitutional constitutional amendments doctrine: Lessons from Turkey
Ondřej Preuss
The Eternity Clause – Lessons from the Czech Example (recent developments)
Eduardo Moreira
The Implicit Limits of Constitutional Amendments
John Dinan
The Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendment Doctrine in the American States: State Court Review of State Constitutional Amendments in the U.S.
Katy Sowery
Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments: the case of the European Union
Parallel Panels Session VI -
Panel #151Courts and Constitutions in Authoritarian RegimesChair: Mark TushnetNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Samuel Issacharoff
Courts and Intralegal Oppression
James Fowkes
Dugard’s Question: South Africa, Latin America, and Judicial Complicity in Evil Regimes
Yvonne Tew
Strategic Judicial Empowerment in Asian Democracies
Mila Versteeg
The Law and Politics of Presidential Term Limit Evasion
Po Jen Yap
Authoritarian Regimes and Courts in Asia
Panel #152Challenges to Freedom of Expression IChair: Cristian RománNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cristian Román
#Twitter and @Administration (Government)
Cherian George
Authoritarian contagion: the impact of Western disinformation laws on media repression in Asia
Fritz Siregar
Disinformation and Black Campaign on 2019 Indonesia Election – Freedom Speech vs Protect Election Process
Uriel Silva
From the mask to the hologram: on political representativeness and sovereign legitimacy after fake news.
Magdalena Jozwiak
The development on the EU approach to online privacy and brief history of online content moderation
Panel #153Crime and Punishment IChair: Ike ChianaraekpereNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maksim Karliuk
Against ‘Punishment’
CHIANARAEKPERE IKE

Azubike Onuora-Oguno
Charting A New Course in Sexual Violence Prohibition and Protection in Nigeria: A Need To Reappraise Public Law Jurisprudence In Nigeria?
Herlambang P Wiratraman
Criminalising Justice: The use of law on ‘ideological stigmatisation’ for attacking human rights movement in Indonesia
Daniel Pascoe

Andrew Novak
Longitudinal Constitutional Trends in Clemency since Sebba (1977)
Marcin Szwed
Personal liberty v. positive obligations of the state – limits of preventive detention of dangerous offenders
Panel #154DEBATE! Is there a regional ius commune in Latin America?Chair: J.H.H Weiler No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Arturo Villagran
A Human Rights´ Tale of Competing Narratives
Ximena Soley
Struggles within the Human Rights Field: The Matter of Real and Supposed Competing Narratives
Alejandro Rodiles
The ICCLA Project: Latin American Public Law or Global Public Law in Latin America?
Juan C. Herrera
Transformative Constitutionalism: An Original Latin American Understanding of Public Law
Panel #155International Economic Law and Transformative Constitutionalism in Latin America I: Framing the IssuesChair: Armin von BogdandyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rene Uruena
International Economic Law in the Inter-American Legal Space: Domestic Review and the Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard
Paulina Barrera Rosales
All Subjects Considered: the Role of Indigenous Peoples in the Relationship between the Ius Constitutionale Commune en América Latina and International Economic Law
Judith Schönsteiner
Business and Human Rights: Just a “Soft” Transformation?
Franz Christian Ebert
International Financial Institutions and Transformative Constitutionalism in Latin America: The Case of the World Bank
Panel #156Constitutional FoundationsChair: Vanessa MacdonnellNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rivka Weill
We the Territorial People: Popular Sovereignty as a Territorial Concept
Peter Oliver
Canada’s 'Constitution Similar in Principle to that of the United Kingdom': A Sustainable Jurisprudence of Constitutional Principles
Nicholas Barber
Fundamental Rules of Constitutions
Panel #157CONSTITUTIONAL POLITICS AND COMPARATIVE INSTITUTIONAL DESIGNChair: Jaclyn NeoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Diego Werneck Arguelhes
Transformative constitutionalism, institutional failure, and judicial populism
Jaclyn Neo
Constitutional Amendment in Southeast Asia: Theory, Practice, and Reflection
Thomaz Pereira
Constitutional Amendment in Latin America: Theory, Practice and Design
Fernando Munoz
Dictatorship, neoliberalism, and natural law: constitutionalizing the concept of discrimination in Chile (1973 – 1980)
Or Bassok
The Schmitelsen Court: The Question of Legitimacy
Panel #158Administrative Law and Automated Government Decision-MakingChair: Janina BougheyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria O'Sullivan
Automation: Developing Technological Procedural Fairness
Katie Miller
Back to Basics: Who “decides” in automated government decision-making?
Janina Boughey
Proving legal error in an age of Automated Decision-Making
Panel #159Comparative Impeachment: Removing ExecutivesChair: Tom Ginsburg No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aziz Huq

Tom Ginsburg
Removing Presidents: A Comparative Exploration
Yoav Dotan
Impeachment by Judicial Review: Israel's Odd System of Checks and Balances
Juliano Zaiden Benvido
Behaviors Matter: Dilemmas and Side-Effects of the Brazilian Supreme Court's Behavior during President Dilma Rousseff’s Impeachment
Sabina Ragone
Commentator
Panel #160Challenges to Constitutional Democracy in Latin AmericaChair: Ana Micaela AlterioNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luisa Netto
Brazil: At risk of becoming an Illiberal Democracy?
Jorge Contesse
“Human Rights Law and Constitutional Democracies in Latin America”
Joshua Braver
ExtraOrdinary Adaptation: Popular Constitution-Making in Post-Cold War South America
Raul Sanchez-Urribarri
High Courts and Autocratic Consolidation: The Venezuelan Supreme Court under Nicolas Maduro's Rule (2013-2018)
Ana Micaela Alterio
Discussant
Tarunahb Khaitan
Discussant
Panel #161The Relationship between Constitutional Democracy and a Janus-faced Civil SocietyChair: Wen-Chen ChangNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Wen-Chen Chang
Constitutional Court and Civil Society in Constitutional Governance: South Korea and Taiwan in Comparison
Chun-Yuan Lin
When democracy becomes its own enemy—the problems of 2018 Public referendum in Taiwan and possible proposals
Yung-Djong Shaw
Countering “sharp power”: First thoughts on a theory of constitutional security
Panel #162Transitional Justice: the new challenge for Mexico.Chair: Irene SpignoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luis Efren Rios Vega
Justicia transicional y la jurisprudencia de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos contra Mexico en los casos de desaparición forzada de personas
Juan Francisco Reyes Robledo
Justicia Transicional en México: Contexto, Experiencias y Retos.
Paloma Lugo Saucedo
Femicidio en México. Diez años después del caso Campo Algodonero (González y otras)
Panel #163Current Controversies in European LawmakingChair: Zsolt SzabóNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Robert Siucinski
Common European Heritage of Administrative Procedure
Marta Morvillo
From contestation to accountability in EU pesticides regulation: the case of glyphosate
Martijn van den Brink
Legislative Interpretation within the European Union: The Challenge of Legislative Intent
Zsolt Szabó
Parliamentary committees of inquiry and rights of the opposition
Ute Lettanie
The ECB’s Performance under the ESM Treaty on a Sliding Scale of Delegation
Panel #164Sistema de Justicia y Desafíos para la Protección de los DerechosChair: Lautaro RíosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Diego Gamarra
Decisiones constitucionales sobre especificación de derechos. Contribuciones para un modelo más comprometido con la democracia
FRANCISCO BUSTOS
El Estatuto de Roma de la Corte Penal Internacional y su empleo por parte de los tribunales chilenos (1998-2018)
LAUTARO RIOS
EL PRINCIPIO CONSTITUCIONAL DE INEXCUSABILIDAD
Ariana Macaya
Internacionalización del Derecho Constitucional y Judicialización de la política: el impacto del Sistema Interamericano de Protección de Derechos Humanos en la resolución de controversias socio-políticas en Costa Rica.
Gaspar Jenkins Peña y Lillo
La Acción de No Discriminación a la Luz de la Tutela Judicial Efectiva. Un Examen Práctico
Carolina Vergel
Tecnología y derechos sexuales y reproductivos
Panel #165Author Meets Readers: Democracy, category politics and anti-discrimination lawChair: Iyiola SolankeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tanya Hernandez
Multi-racials and Civil Rights: Mixed-Race Stories of Discrimination
Audrey MacFarlane
Discussant
Thiago Amparo
Discussant
Terry Smith
Discussant
Panel #166Rise and Fall of Constitutions: Promises and ChallengesChair: Ghazal MiyarNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ghazal Miyar
Out of the Frying Pan? South Africa's Constitutional Inadequacies
Bruno De Sousa Rodrigues
Brazil: constitutions in times of trouble
Eirini Tsoumani
Rationality ruptures in austerity Greece and the Role of the Constitutional Judge
Mohamed Abdelsalam
Do Egyptian Judicial Practices Constitute the Major Force to Protect the Rule of Law
Panel #167Beyond Cake-Baking : Freedom of Expression, Freedom of Religion and Equality After Masterpiece Cakeshop and Ashers Baking CompanyChair: Mattias KummNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Amnon Reichman
Expressive Commerce, Anti-Discrimination and Freedom of Association: Lessons from the Old Common Law
Kai Möller
Religious Objection, Compelled Speech, and Compelled Acts
Menaka Guruswamy
Equal Protection, Justice and Speech
Panel #168The Possibility of Regional Constitutionalism in AsiaChair: Jiunn-Rong YehNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Chien-Chih Lin
Dialogic judicial review and its problems in East Asia
Yen-Tu Su
Transitional Justice and Political Compromise in Taiwan
Jiunn-Rong Yeh
Regional Constitutinalism: Asia in Focus
Panel #169Law and Violence: Structural Entanglements of Public/EU/Public International LawChair: Eva NanopoulosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria Tzanakopoulou
Market Discipline and the Constitution
Maria Ioannidou
Digital Markets and Structural Violence: the role of competition law
Tanzil Chowdhury
Continuities of Empire in UK Public Law
Eva Nanopoulos
Discussant Paper: Theories of Legal Change
Panel #170Constitutionalism, Democracy and Constitutional ChangeChair: Francisca María Pou GiménezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kim Scheppele
The Fictional Legitimation of Constituent Assemblies
Richard Albert
Discretionary Referendums in Constitutional Amendment
Rosalind Dixon

David Landau
Abusive Judicial Review: Courts Against Democracy
Yaniv Roznai

Tamar Hostovsky Brandes
Democratic Erosion, Populist Constitutionalism and The Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments Doctrine
Panel #171LA CONSTITUCIONALIZACION DE LA TEORIA DEL DERECHOChair: Milton César Jiménez Ramírez 2nd Chair: Sergio Iván Estrada Velez3rd Chair: Jorge Ernesto Roa RoaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
JUAN CARLOS OSPINA
La constitucionalización transitoria del derecho
GUILLERMO OTALORA LOZANO
Razones de principio y razones de política en la Corte Constitucional de Colombia
FABIAN SALAZAR
El estándar de reparación integral: Más allá de las graves violaciones de Derechos Humanos
DIANA MARIA MOLINA PORTILLA
El impacto del constitucionalismo en la teoría social y económica de los derechos humanos en Colombia
CAROLINA VALENCIA MOSQUERA
Educación al servicio del constitucionalismo “De cómo hacer cosas con la constitución y no desfallecer en el intento”
ALEJANDRO GOMEZ VELASQUEZ
¿Separación con colaboración? Una propuesta en favor de la colaboración armónica entre poderes en los Estados contemporáneos
Panel #172Judicial Methodology and Decision-Making IIChair: Eneida Desiree SalgadoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eneida Desiree Salgado

Renan Guedes Sobreira

Erick Kiyoshi Nakamura
A menace in robes: judicial populism, democratic constitutionalism in jeopardy
Kenny Chng
A Theory of Precedent in Constitutional Interpretation in Singapore
Shucheng (Peter) Wang
Judicial documents as a robust basis for judicial decision-making by China’s courts
Sebastian Lewis
Should precedents bind or persuade? The pros & cons
Carolina Alves das Chagas
The Perils of Judicial Avoidance: on deciding not to decide and the Rule of Law
Eszter Bodnar
The Use of Comparative Law in the Practice of the Supreme Court of Canada: A Quest for Methodology
Panel #173Constitutional Shocks and Transitions IIChair: Oya YegenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cristian Eyzaguirre

Ventura Charlin
A Century of Constitution-Making Processes in Latin America: An Inclusiveness-Based Comparative Analysis (1917-2016)
Davide Zanoni
From legal certainty to legal resilience? New paradigms of legal transition in contemporary risk society
Nikolaos Skoutaris
On Brexit and Secession(s)
Timothy Waters
Partitioning Kosovo: Moral and Practical Grounds for Redrawing State Borders
Ayesha Wijayalath
The 2018 constitutional coup of Sri Lanka: the role of the judiciary and the constitutional culture
Oya Yegen
Turkey’s Switch to Presidential System: Presidentialism à la Turca or Latin-American style of presidentialism?
Panel #174Rights in Hard TimesChair: Bernardo Giorgio MattarellaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marco D'Alberti
Citizens’ Rights and Public Administration: A Comparative Perspective
Francesca Pileggi
Pros and Cons of Judicial Intervention
Diana Maria Castano Vargas
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Peter Lincoln Lindseth
Discussant
Panel #175The Evolution of Public Law in Times of Democratic Transition: South Africa and Beyond’Chair: Hannah WoolaverNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Raisa Cachalia
Exploring the Relationship between Violent Protest and Procedural justice in South Africa’s Democratic Transition
Hannah Woolaver
‘Democratic Participation and the Separation of Powers in Treaty Making in South Africa and Beyond’
Lauren Kohn
‘Reconceptualising the Separation of Powers: Arguments for the Formal Constitutional Recognition of a Fourth Branch of State, “the Integrity Branch”’
Panel #176Pluralismo Jurídico y Desafíos para el EstadoChair: Diana Valencia-TelloNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cristian Montero
DERECHO ADMINISTRATIVO EN TIEMPOS DE TRANSFORMACIONES: BREVES NOTAS SOBRE LA CIENCIA ADMINISTRATIVA COMO CIENCIA DIRECTIVA
sergio estrada
La Constitucionalización de la Teoría jurídica en el marco del Estado social y constitucional de Derecho.
Gerardo Enrique Vega
LA DESARMONÍA NORMATIVA PROVOCA INESTABILIDAD EN EL DERECHO PUBLICO Y AFECTA DERECHOS DE LAS PERSONAS
Xavier Vence
Los Tratados comerciales y la privatización del derecho: amenazas para la soberanía y la democracia.
Diana Valencia-Tello
Pluralismo Jurídico. Análisis de tiempos históricos
Panel #177Litigation and Representation in the Public and Private SpheresChair: Sofia FerraraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eli Bukspan
Business and Human Rights in the New Era: Class Actions and Public Class Actions’ Fund as a Missing Link
Sofia Ferrara
Corporate governance of State-owned enterprises
Ranieri Lima-Resende
De Facto Quasi-Regulatory Agencies in Brazil: A Case Study on the Truckers’ National Blockade
Ricardo Cruzat Reyes
Regulating through litigation: possible advantages
Barry Solaiman
The Fallacy of Lobbying Transparency: Towards a New Conception of Regulation in Democratic Politics
Diogo Alves Verri Garcia de Souza
The limit of the public interest and the state agent’s privacy before the State
Panel #178Environmental Protection in Comparative PerspectiveChair: Pasquale ViolaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Justine Bendel
Access to international courts and tribunals in environmental disputes: towards public interest litigation?
Juan Sebastián Villamil Rodriguez

Manuel Fernando Quinche Ramirez
Civil Rights, Political Representation and Environment: The regressive effect of the decisions of the Constitutional Court of Colombia.
Thuany de Moura Costa Vargas Lopes

Environmental Democracy and Human Rights in Times of Political and Economic Crisis in Brazil
Ignacio Urbina
Environmental Law Enforcement in the US and Chile: A Comparative and Functional Review
Shazny Ramlan
God in Indonesia’s Environmental Constitutionalism: An Untapped Resource in Times of (Climate) Change?
Pasquale Viola
Post-development Paradigms from a Constitutional Top-down Approach: An Outline on Some Relevant Environmental Experiences in Asia and Africa
Panel #179Reforming the Chilean Constitutional Court: the complex voyage of the experts commission - discussion panelChair: José Francisco GarcíaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gaston Gomez
Chair of the group of experts, Presentation of the group’s findings and proposals.
Miriam Henriquez
Discussant with particular consideration of the Constitutional Court powers.
Patricio Zapata
Discussant with particular consideration of justice’s elegibility requirements and selection process.
Arturo Fermandois
Discussant with particular consideration of the impact of comparative constitutional institutions and experience in the group´s reform proposals.
Panel #180Constitutional Asymmetry in Multinational FederalismChair: Patricia PopelierNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maja Sahadžić
Constitutional asymmetry vs. legitimacy and stability
Erika Arban
Constitutional Asymmetries in Italian Regionalism
Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel
Asymmetry as a way to move forward with multi-tiered integration? Constitutional asymmetries in the European Union
James Gardner
Discussion
Parallel Panels Session VII -
Panel #181Poland's Constitutional Breakdown - Book DiscussionChair: Rosalind DixonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Samuel Issacharoff
Book discussant
Martin Krygier
Book discussant
Tom Gerald Daly
Book discussant
Sergio Verdugo
Book discussant
Wojciech Sadurski
Book author
Marek Zubik
Book discussant
Panel #182Challenges to Freedom of Expression IIChair: Mary Anne CaseNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bruno Silva

Case Brown v. Plata: mass incarceration in California.
Herlambang P Wiratraman
Disciplining Free Expression and The Rise of Authoritarianism in Indonesia
Cynthia Juruena

Renan Guedes Sobreira
Fake Democracies: Democracy Undermined by Fake News
Mary Anne Case
Sexualized Speech About Religion in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights
Anderson Luis da Costa Nascimento
THE CASE ADLER v BOARD OF EDUCATION OF NEW YORK CITY: JUDGMENT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, MCCARTHYISM AND ITS CORRESPONDENCE TO “SCHOOL WITHOUT PARTY” IN THE POLITICAL PROPOSAL FOR BRAZILIAN EDUCATION
Javier García
The Public Law against the propagation of extremist discourses. Challenges to freedom of expression and learning from the European experience
Panel #183International Economic Law and Transformative Constitutionalism in Latin America II: Trade and Investment (Duplicate)Chair: Magdalena Correa HenaoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gustavo Prieto
Cortes Constitucionales, Constitucionalismo Transformador y la Creación de Principios Comunes sobre Inversión Extranjera en América Latina (Constitutional Courts, Transformative Constitutionalism and the Creation of Common Principles for Investment in Latin America)
María Angélica Prada-Uribe
ICCAL desde abajo: ¿democracia popular o protección internacional de la inversión? (ICCAL from Below: Popular Democracy or International Investment Protection?)
Federico Suárez Ricaurte
Interés público capturado por inversionistas extranjeros en Colombia (Public Interest Captured by Foreign Investment in Colombia)
Pedro A. Villarreal
La bifurcación del derecho en México: (Des)Integración económica norteamericana y constitucionalismo transformador latinoamericano (North American Economic (Dis)Integration and Latin American Transformative Constitutionalism: The Bifurcation of Mexican Law)
Panel #184Crime and Punishment IIChair: Daniel PascoeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Daniel Pascoe

Andrew Novak
Best Practice in Executive Clemency Regulation
Melinda Rankin

Extending the ‘system’ of international criminal and humanitarian law in response to organised violence: The case of the Commission for International Justice and Accountability (CIJA)
Erika De Wet
How Did We Get Here? An Overview of the Rise and Demise of the International Criminal Court’s Relationship With the African Union and its Member States
Aua Balde
The International Criminal Court Prosecutorial Approach to Preliminary Examinations: Change or Continuity?
Mariana Cantu
The Presence of Discricionarity with Legal Interpretation: The Lack of Space of Public Claim in Criminal Matters in Risk Societies
Verónica Undurraga
Translating empirical evidence into constitutional idioms
Panel #185"Authoritarian Constitutionalism" - Authors meet CriticsChair: EUGENIE MERIEAU2nd Chair: Gunter Frankenberg3rd Chair: Helena Alviar GarcíaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Günter Frankenberg
Authoritarian Constitutionalism – Coming to Terms with Modernity’s Nightmares
Helena Alviar Garcia

Michael Wilkinson
Neoliberalism as a Form of Authoritarian Constitutionalism
Eugénie Mérieau
French Authoritarian Constitutionalism and its Legacy
Roberto Gargarella
Authoritarian Constitutionalism in Latin America: from Past to Present
Norman Spaulding
States of Authoritarianism in Liberal Democratic Regimes
Dennis Davis
Authoritarian Constitutionalism – The South African Experience
Panel #186Times of Change?: Views from Political TheoryChair: Panu MinkkinenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
W. Elliot Bulmer
Civic Republican Constitution Building in Tuvalu
Massimo Fichera
A Theory of the EU Judiciary in an Age of Constitutional Change and Populism
Katariina Kaura-aho
The Aesthetics of Politics
Panu Minkkinen
Seats of Power: Ethnographies of Constituted Space
Panel #187Roundtable: Judicial Appointments in a Comparative Perspective II - The Kavanaugh Confirmation and BeyondChair: Mark Graber2nd Chair: Amnon Reichman3rd Chair: Vanessa MacDonnellNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Michaela Hailbronner
Discussant – Judicial Appointments: The German Perspective
Amnon Reichman
Discussant – Recent Developments in Israel
Sanford Levinson
Discussant
Carissima Mathen
Discussant
Panel #188What do we mean by “Transformative Constitutionalism” in Latin America?Chair: Armin von BogdandyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sabrina Ragone
Latin American Transformative Constitutionalism Through the Prism of European Constitutionalism
Cecilia Medina Quiroga
The Battle of Rights and Transformative Constitutionalism
Javier Couso
Transformative Constitutionalism: Evaluating Constitutional Strategies to Materialize Social Justice in Latin America
Juan C. Herrera
The Taxonomies of the Latin American Corpus Iuris or How National Constitutions in the Region Open some Windows and Doors in favor of Regional Integration
Panel #189Constitutional Present ChallengesChair: Eduardo MoreiraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luis Claudio Araujo
Judicial Review and Constitutional Longevity
Cristina Gaulia
The Itinerant Justice in Brazil: judges helping people to become citizens
Rodrigo Brandão
The challenges faced by fundamental rights and democracy in the Jair Bolsonoaro Government
Eduardo Moreira
The Defense of Constitutional Democracy
Panel #190Matices del Control Constitucional de la LeyChair: Uladzislau BelavusauNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mathias Moeschel
Diffuse Constitutionality Review in Germany
Maria Bertel
Quorums as the decisive point on the scales?
Andreas Th. Mueller
Self-restraint of the European Court of Justice vis-à-vis national constitutional courts – The demise of judicial activism?
César Landa
The Mixed System of Constitutional and Conventional Control in Peru
Panel #191Coercive human rights law: the impact of the ECHR on domestic criminal law (enforcement) and processChair: Natasa Mavronicola2nd Chair: Laurens LavrysenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Laurens Lavrysen

Natasa Mavronicola
Critical issues within, and arising out of, the ECtHR’s coercive human rights doctrine
Liora Lazarus
Coercive human rights beyond the criminal law
Corina Heri
Vulnerability-based coercive obligations as an impetus for more victim-oriented perspectives
Mattia Pinto
Sowing a 'culture of conviction': what shall domestic criminal justice systems reap from coercive human rights?
Panel #192Hate Speech in the Digital Era: a comparative analysisChair: Luis Efren Rios VegaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Irene Spigno
How to deal with hate speech? A comparison between constitutional models
Elisa Bertolini
Hate Speech, Fake News and Populism: the Dark Side of Social Networks
Palmina Tanzarella
Hate Speech On Line in the European Context
Panel #193A new dawn for the principle of effective judicial protection in EU law?Chair: Mariolina EliantonioNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Chiara Feliziani
Principle of effective judicial protection: something new at the horizon?
Giuliano Vosa
Effective Judicial Protection against ‘Technical’ Law-making: The Case for Proportionality and the European Central Bank at the European Court of Justice
Matteo Bonelli
The evolving nature of the principle of effective judicial protection
Mariolina Eliantonio

Paul Dermine
The evolution of the principle of effective judicial protection in the context of composite administration
Panel #194Religion in the Crisis of Constitutional Democracy?Chair: Moshe Cohen EliyaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gila Stopler
The Role of Religion in the Democratic Crisis in Israel
Jaclyn L. Neo
Religion and Democratic Contestation in Mixed Constitutions
Peter Danchin
Article 2 of the Egyptian Constitution and the “Crisis” of Constitutional Democracy?
Manoj Mate
Beyond the 2019 National Elections: Secularism and the Future of India's Constitutional Democracy
Tarun Khaitan
Discussant
Panel #195Feminist constitutionalism in Latin AmericaChair: Lieta VivaldiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Barbara Sepulveda Hales
The legal construction of women's citizenship
Lieta Vivaldi
Contentious objection in the interruption of pregnancy in Chile: a right threatened by the State
Melisa Sol Garcia
The Need for a feminist approach on the Argentinian Constitution: equal opportunities in the workplace.
Catalina Lagos
Law 20.609: An useful tool for women? Analysis of the Chilean Law against discrimination from a gender perspective
Panel #196Clergy, Collectives and Corruption: Inner Sanctions and Iran's Resistance EconomyChair: Ebrahim AfsahNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ebrahim Afsah
Crony Trustafarians: The Role of Landed Trusts in Iran’s Economic Underperformance
Ghazaleh Faridzadeh
Public Law and Good Governance in Iran: Obstacles and Opportunities
Viktor Forian-Szabo
Iran’s insurance sector at the crossroads between Westernization and Islamization
Panel #197Public Law PathologiesChair: Rocío Lorca2nd Chair: Emily Kidd WhiteNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Alberto Coddou
Mapping Public Law: a critical account of Ius Commune Constitutionale in Latin America
Pablo Marshall
The social and the individual in disability juridification.
Rocío Lorca
Do public legal institutions need to show moral integrity? The case of hypocrisy.
Emily Kidd White
The Public Law Vice of Hypocrisy
Panel #198Constitutional Moment in Japan: Its Contextual and Universal CharactersChair: Richard AlbertNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Keigo Komamura
Constitutional Amendment as a Political Compensation for Democratic Defect: Prime Minster Shinzo Abe’s Challenge and its Paradoxical Effects
Mayu Terada
Unique and Universal Problems about the Proposal Process of Constitutional Amendment in Japan
Cheng-Yi Huang
“Imposed People” and Political Leverage of Constitutional Amendment in Japan
Masahiro Kinoshita
Economic Reform as a Constitutional Moment: Japanese Constitutional Economic Design After World War II
Panel #199Comparative Public Law and International Investment Law ReformChair: Gráinne de BúrcaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Peter Lindseth
Theorizing Backlash: Supranational Governance and International Investment Law and Arbitration in Comparative Perspective
Joanna Jemielniak
Lessons from the Battlefield: Comparative Analysis in Interpretation of Legal Instruments for Investment Relations
Georgios Dimitropoulos
National Sovereignty and International Investment Law: Sovereignty Reassertion and Prospects of Reform
Maurizia De Bellis
International Investment Law and EU Law: Conflicts, Compatibility, and Theoretical Paradigms in Recent Trends
Damilola Olawuyi
Local Content Policies and their Implications for International Investment Law
Panel #200New commitments in international trade agreements? An examination of Chilean negotiationsChair: Dorotea Lopez2nd Chair: Felipe MunozNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Javiera Caceres

Dorotea Lopez

Felipe Munoz
GENDER INCLUSION IN CHILEAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS
Dorotea Lopez

Felipe Munoz
Services Dimension in the Pacific Alliance
Felipe Munoz

Dorotea Lopez

Bradly Condon
The New Rules on Digital Trade in Latin American Regional Trade Agreements
Fabiola Zibetti

Javiera Caceres

Dorotea Lopez

Felipe Munoz
Intellectual Property commitments in the Pacific Alliance
Panel #201The Future of Social and Economic RightsChair: Luigi Bonizzato No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Alessandro Liotta
Can we prevent technological development from blowing up social rights? A tax law perspective
Diana María Molina Portilla

Costitutionalism impact in theory of social and economic human rights in Colombia
Maria Clara Conde M. Cosati

Luigi Bonizzato
RIGHT TO LAW EXPECTATION: OLD DEBATES, CONCEPTIONS, NEW TIMES AND STATE AND INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
Pedro Hartung
Taking Children’s Rights Seriously in Brazilian Public Law: the absolute priority of children’s fundamental rights and best interests
Joao Guilherme Walski de Almeida
The right to strike as the “first right”
Aneta Tyc
The Situation of Migrant Domestic Workers from the Perspective of the Protection of Labour Rights
Panel #202The Relationship of the Constitution with the PastChair: Yvonne TewNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jamal Greene

Yvonne Tew
Comparative Approaches to Constitutional History
Rivka Weill
The Theory and Practice of Constitutional Savings Clauses
Mattias Kumm
Discussant
Panel #203Comparative perspectives on the empirical study of judicial behaviorChair: Diego Pardow 2nd Chair: Alvaro BustosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Diego Pardow

Flavia Carbonell
Searching for the “Median Judge”: A Study of Coalition Formation in the Third Chamber of the Chilean Supreme Court
Alvaro Bustos

Pablo Bravo-Hurtado
Explaining difference in the quantity of cases heard by courts of last resort
Andres Pavon

Diego Carrasco
Uneven powers in even-numbered courts: The impact of asymmetric tie-breaking power on judges’ behavior
Panel #204Populism, Fear of the People and Constituent PowerChair: Alan GreeneNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sarah Kay
Populism, Fear of the People and Constituent Power
Ruth Houghton

Aoife O'Donoghue
‘She cuppeth the lightning in her hand. She commandeth it to strike’: imagining constituent power in feminist science fiction
Oran Doyle
Constituent Power and Secession
Panel #205Fiscal federalism, territorial inequalities and equalisation mechanisms: a worldwide overview.Chair: Lorenza VioliniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Erika Arban
Federalism and socio-economic asymmetries
Claudia Marchese
Fiscal federalism and economic inequalities: a comparative analysis of the european area.
Horacio Guillermo Corti

Francisco Javier Ferrer
Fiscal federalism in Europe and Latin America
Mauricio Conti
Public debt and financial calamity: the fiscal irresponsability and the drama of federalism in Brasil.
Mariana Canotilho
Discussant
Panel #206Participatory democracy: a suitable solution to cope with the public law changes.Chair: Anna GiurickovicNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giorgia Crisafi
The evolution of the principle of participatory democracy at international and European level.
Nicola Berti
Participatory practices in the governance of the territory in EU.
Martina Condorelli
Participation and democratic legitimation of indipendent authorities in Italy: myth or reality?
Anna Giurickovic
From the “democratic crisis” to the “participatory democracy”: the new Italian “public debate” and the French “débat public” as an inspiring model.
Panel #207Can public law research be scientific?Chair: Miriam HenriquezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eduardo Aldunate
Constitutional law as science: a proposal of some minimum conditions
Maria S. Pardo
Philosophical cherry picking in the construction of constitutional concepts
Pablo Gres
Materialist dialectics and constitutional form
Octavio Ansaldi
Trust and mistrust as opposing approaches in constitutional law research
Panel #208The Frontiers of Public LawChair: Oren TamirNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vicente F. Benitez-R.
'Neither the sword, nor the purse’: Judicial design and (non)compliance of constitutional court’s decisions
Elena Chachko
Administrative Foreign and Security Policy
Joshua Braver
Court-Expansion in the U.S. and Abroad
Oren Tamir
Primitive Law for Grown Ups, or: How to Do Things With Constitutional Norms
Panel #209LA CONSTITUCIONALIZACION DE LA TEORIA DEL DERECHO (II)Chair: Milton César Jiménez Ramírez2nd Chair: Sergio Iván Estrada VelezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
OLGA CAROLINA CARDENAS GOMEZ

Milton César Jiménez Ramírez
Políticas Públicas y Democracia Deliberativa
MARIA CRISTINA GOMEZ ISAZA
La hermenéutica del dolor y los criterios para interpretar el derecho con sentido de reconciliación
ABRAHAN BECHARA LLANOS
La carga de la argumentación jurídica: un caso especial de interpretación y adjudicación de los derechos fundamentales
SERGIO IVAN ESTRADA VELEZ
Hacia una asamblea nacional jurisprudente
Panel #210Comparative Administrative Law Dynamics: Diversity, Identity, and Technology in Multi-Level GovernanceChair: Carlo ColumboNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Janina Boughey
Technology-Assisted Decision-Making and Administrative Law
Geneviève Cartier
The Dual Nature of Canadian Administrative Law
Juan Carlos Covilla Martinez
Soft Law to Align Local Governments
Mary Liston
Judicial Review of Indigenous Decision-Makers in Three Administrative Law Jurisdictions
Giorgio Mocavini
Algorithms in Administrative Procedures: Insights from Italy
Jud Mathews
Discussant
Panel #211Implementación del Acuerdo de Paz con las FARC-EP en Colombia. Aspectos Constitucionales y SociológicosChair: David Landau 2nd Chair: Joel Colon-RiosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Magistrado Antonio José Lizarazo-Ocampo
Jurisprudencia constitucional sobre la Jurisdicción Especial para la Paz (JEP)
Gonzalo Ramirez-Cleves
La participación en política de los ex miembros de la guerrilla de las FARC. Análisis de la Sentencia C-027 de 2018.
Iris Marin-Ortiz
El derecho a la paz y el valor jurídico de los Acuerdos de Paz.
Laetitia Braconnier-Moreno
Diálogos entre justicia local y justicia constitucional para la paz en Colombia. Caso “El control del territorio”, Guardia indígena de Tacueyo, Cauca.
Marcos Criado-De Diego
Acceso a la Justicia en territorios de guerra después de la Paz: El caso de Guapi, Cauca
Tanya Hernandez
Comentarista
Plenary Session III. Public Law, Democratic Backsliding and the Erosion of Liberal Democracy -
Public Law, Democratic Backsliding and the Erosion of Liberal DemocracyChair: David Landau, Professor, Florida State University

Teresa Bejan
Associate Professor, University of Oxford

Samuel Issacharoff
Professor, New York University School of Law

Wojciech Sadurski
Professor, Sydney Law School
Professor of the Centre for Europe at Warsaw University

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Prizes Award Ceremony and Closing RemarksChair: Ruth Rubio Marin, Professor, University of Seville (Spain)

Prizes Award Ceremony

ICON-S Book Prize

I-CON Prize

Closing Remarks

Lorenzo Casini
Professor, IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca (Italy)
Co-President, ICON·S