ICON • S 2021 Conference Preliminary Programme

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2020 Submissions -
Panel #1Book Panel: Joel Colón-Ríos on "Constituent Power and the Law" (Oxford University Press, 2020)Chair: Sanford LevinsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yaniv Roznai
Discussant
Zoran Oklopcic
Discussant
Sabrina Ragone
Discussant
Sergio Verdugo
Discussant
Mariana Velasco
Discussant
Joel Colón-Ríos
Author of “Constituent Power and the Law”
Panel #2Constitutional Rights in the Criminal ProcedureChair: Michal TamirNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Assaf Hardoof
Unauthorized Criminal Law: The Legality Principle Meets Criminal Law
Rinat Kitai-Sangero
Applying the Privilege against Self-Incrimination to Physical Examinations and Document Submission: The Autonomy to Choose a Defense and the Right to Passivity
Michal Tamir

Dana Pugach
Not All Victims Are the Same – On inequality between categories of crime victims
Panel #3Ideology, Dissent and (Dis)Trust at Constitutional Courts in Central EuropeChair: Kálmán Pócza2nd Chair: Matej AvbeljNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Matej Avbelj
Judicial Dissent, Ideology and Three Conceptions of Law
Janez Šušteršič
When Do Judges Decide to Disagree?
Oliver W. Lembcke
Dissent and the Regeneration of Trust at the German Constitutional Court
Kálmán Pócza

Gábor Dobos

Attila Gyulai
Dissenting Coalitions in Politically Relevant Cases at the Hungarian Constitutional Court 1990-2018
Panel #4Constitution and citizenship protectionChair: Eduardo Moreira No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cristina Gaulia
Constitution and citizenship in Brazil: The Itinerant Justice as a tool for the construction of trust in the Judiciary Power
Eduardo Moreira
The role of coherence in the defense of a militant constitutional democracy
Guilherme Moraes
Processual Autonomy of Constitutional Justice: limits and possibilities of the legislative activity of constitutional courts
Luis Claudio Araujo
The constitutional role in asymmetric new democracies.
Panel #5The Constitutional Relationship between the Central and Local Governments: Trust or/and DissentChair: Cora Chan2nd Chair: Pui Yin Lo3rd Chair: Xiaonan YangNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Xirong Ren
Connecting the Past and the Future: Constitutional Identity in Transitional China
Wenhao Yu
The Obedience and Disobedience of the Local Governments under the Central Control
Xiaonan Yang
The Relationship between the Central and Local Governments: from the Legislative Perspective
Lei Zheng
“Full Coverage” Record and Review System: a Study on the 2nd Annual Report of the NPCSC’s Record and Review Mechanism
Panel #6The problem of private sector confidence in the government in the conditions of inflation regulations - selected examples of market regulatorsChair: Robert GrzeszczakNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sylwia Majkowska-Szulc
Business Confidence in the European Union and its Member States on the example of the international carriage of goods
Michal Dorociak
Influence of energy market developments on the role of the energy regulatory authority
Tomasz Klemt
Regulators' activities types and their impact on market confidence in countries on the example of the financial market
Michalina Szpyrka
Soft law and dialogue with entrepreneurs as effective forms of regulation of contemporary telecommunications markets
Artur Szmigielski
How to improve trust toward Polish Competition and Consumer Authority by applying the principles of fundamental rights? New answers to a known question, new questions to known answers
Panel #7The Positivist Theory and the Challenge of New ConstitutionalismChair: Alessio SardoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Wei Feng
Human Dignity, Personality, and Constitutional Review
Sofya Koval
Ronald Dworkin’s Criticism of Positivist Constitutional Interpretation
Alessio Sardo
Originalism and the Positive Turn
Monika Zalewska
Can The Fictional Basic Norm Be the Basis of the Entire Legal System?
Nicoletta Bersier Ladavac
Kelsen’s Legal Positivism and the Legal-Rational State
Nicola Muffato
Particularism and Constitutional Judgment
Panel #8-- WITHOUT PANEL --Chair: No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jack Larkin
‘A Double-Headed Eagle by Any Other Name?’ – History as an Answer for European Citizenship and Institutions
Piotr Mikuli
Security of tenure, transitional justice and illegal judicial appointments in Poland
James Rooney
Social Rights Protection in Common Law Systems: the Need to Take Judicial Culture Seriously
Domingos Soares Farinho

Ricardo Resende Campos
Social networks’ liability models: between Portugal and Germany
Michael Pal
Social Media Platform Regulation
Adam Chilton

Mila Versteeg
Small-c Constitutional Rights
Benjamin Joshua Ong
Singapore’s anti-fake news law: the first eight months
Benjamin Joshua Ong
Singapore’s anti-fake news law: the first eight months
Erin Ferguson
Shedding Light on Transparency
Piotr Korzec
Sharing the powers of constitutional review in giving effect to freedom of opinion in the law of defamation.
Hanna Lerner

Faina Milman-Sivan

Yossi Dahan
Shared Responsibility and Labor Rights in Global Supply Chains
Bernardo Campinho
Same-sex marriage, human rights and constitutional adjudication: a comparative analysis of decisions of the constitutional courts of Spain, Brazil and the United States
Ondřej Preuss
Sortition as populistic instrument
Nedim Hogic
Rule of Law Promotion in the Western Balkans: The EU’s ‘Reinvigorated Approach’
Neliana Orlandi Rodean
Romanian Judicial independence under pressure
Luisa Torchia
Robotic decisions and administrative discretion: from the black box to the dark matter
Frédéric Bouhon
Risk assessment and the ECtHR: how far can individuals trust states’ authorities in their duty to prevent harm?
Juan Diego Galaz

Right to Resist and Deliberative Democracy. Reflections on the social outbreak in Chile, and proposals for the new constitution.
Mário Barata
Revoking a Withdrawal Notice and the Silencing of the European Union
Carolina Alves das Chagas
Revisiting Judicial Deference: on competences, reason-giving, and the Rule of Law
Shucheng (Peter) Wang
Restrictive Right to Religious Freedom of Protestant House Churches in China
Jessika Eichler

Responses to Accountability Deficits of the Contemporary State: Towards New Forms of People’s/Peoples’ Governance
marieta safta
Solving the issue of detention conditions in Romania. Between national distrust and … international distrust
Carsten Gerner

Esin Kucuk
Squaring the circle: The Court of Justice, the Eurozone crisis and the renunciation of rational adjudication
Katarzyna Gaczyńska
Reprivatization as an instrument of transitional justice
Agnieszka Sołtys
The case law of the Polish Constitutional Court on European integration matters
Thomas Streinz

Johann Justus Vasel
The Digital Transformation of European Democracy
Han Zhu

Jun Lu
The Criminalization of Rights NGOs in Xi’s China: Politicizing the Law and Legalizing the Crackdown
Jeremy Webber
The Contours of Populism: Populism, its Affinities, its Propensities, and our Responses
Véronique Boillet
The Constitutional Initiative as Measure of Constraint in Response to Legislative Inaction?
Nino Kashakashvili
The Constitutional Court and the Legislature on the Drug Policy (Georgian Context)
Laura Hering
The Codification of European Administrative Law: Enhancing trust, transparency and democratic control
Kaitlyn Cumming
The Civil Resolution Tribunal and the Intersection of Procedure, Jurisdiction, Politics and Rights
Mihaela Tofan
The Challenges of Consolidating the Corporate Taxation within EU
Scott Stephenson
The Challenges of a Constitution That is Difficult, but Not Impossible, to Amend
Aleksandra Dzięgielewska
The burden of socio-economic rights: What role for the courts in rebuilding the trust in democratic institutions?
Svetlana Chetaikina
Standard-setting or trust-building? Formation of international electoral standards
Jake Hinks
The British courts’ response to excessive executive dominance: limiting Parliament’s sovereign legislative powers
Andy Jousten
The authorisation to prosecute a parliamentarian: a matter of confidence?
Helena Szczupak

Paula Wojcikiewicz Almeida
The Application of International Law by the Brazilian Supreme Court: dueling for the Supremacy of National Law over International Law
Luigi Bonizzato

Isabelle Moulin
The Amendment Proposal of the Constitution (PEC – Initials in Portuguese) N. 80/2019: theoretical reinforcements and critical and legal developments in Brazil
Monika Zalnieriute

Felicity Bell
Technology, Trust and the Judicial Role
Napoleon Xanthoulis

Edoardo Celeste
Tackling social media disinformation: In search for legitimacy of transnational regulation in the EU
Hitoshi Ushijima
Tackling Infectious Disease under the Rule of Law
Robert Rybski
Sustainable Development: implementation with progressive instruments as a way to regain trust in public law and public institutions
Ana Luiza Calil
State propaganda in Latin America
Monika Kovacova
Research on embryos in vitro from the perspective of law
Olukayode Joshua Olatoke
Religious freedom in Nigeria: religious intolerance and religious fanaticism as causes of religious violence in a secular state
Matteo Mastracci
The Dworkinian reading of International Law as a dual principle system-based: a new theory of Public Trust?
Ondrej Kadlec
On the Basis of Vision of Law: Discriminating between the Roles of Grand Chambers in Multi-Panel Appellate Courts
Viktor Zoltán Kazai
Petitioning the Constitutional Court by the opposition in an illiberal regime. The case of Hungary
Sabrina Tranquilli

Nicola Posteraro
Participation and democracy in the public debate for the large-scale infrastructures between EU Member States
Leonardo Cofre
Participation and deliberation in 2020 Chilean constitution-making process
Leticia Kreuz

Eneida Desiree Salgado

Tailaine Cristina Costa
Parliamentary seat reservation in the municipal legislature and gender parity: a study on Brazil
Matteo Mastracci
Oy ve Ötesi, the role of a civil society movement ahead the 2019 Istanbul’s mayoral election rerun
Maciej Pisz
Organic law in the system of sources of law in selected European countries
Clarissa Valli Buttow

Sophie Weerts
Open Government Data strategies to pave the way of AI governance
Fulvio Costantino
Open data as legitimation tools for public institutions?
Radek Píša
One nostalgia to rule them all
Kwentor Emeruwa
OIL SPILL WATCHDOG
Jiri Baros
Political Theorists on the Bench: Constitutional Review as a Practice of Political Theory
Helga Molbaek-Steensig
Oddities in the application of the margin of appreciation after Brighton
Piotr Kardas
O rzymskich korzeniach współczesnego myślenia o prawie. Uwagi na marginesie książki Jerzego Zajadło “Minima Iuridica (Refleksje o pewnych (nie)oczywistościach prawniczych)”
Piotr Kardas
O rzymskich korzeniach współczesnego myślenia o prawie. Uwagi na marginesie książki Jerzego Zajadło “Minima Iuridica (Refleksje o pewnych (nie)oczywistościach prawniczych)”
Gilad Abiri

Luis Eugenio Garcia-Huidobro
No, Prime Minister: The Deep State as Democratic Caretakers
Luis Eugenio Garcia-Huidobro

Gilad Abiri
No, Prime Minister: The Deep State as Democratic Caretakers
Kenny Chng
Newman’s Development of Christian Doctrine As A Framework of Stare Decisis Doctrine in Constitutional Law
Justyna Levon
New beauty services regulation policy in Lithuania: more trust or chaos ?
Yawen Yang
Nationals as Troy Woodhouse? Trust and Democracy in an Era of Infiltration
Ermioni Xanthopoulou

Nationalistic Distrust Crisis and a Case for Cosmopolitan Constitutionalism
Donald Papy

Barak Ariel
Police Body Worn Cameras and Public (Dis)trust in the Street and in the Courtroom: the Miami Beach Study
Samo Bardutzky
Political v. legal constitutionalism, accommodation of global governance and resilience to populism
Ngozi Chuma Umeh
Rejecting ableism in access to education of persons with hearing-impairment
Yu-Yin Tu
Protection or Disclosure? Discussions on the Court’s Role in Cases Where the Right to Privacy Collides with the Right to Know: Starting from the ECHR Case of Magyar Helsinki Bizottság
Kathryn Wright
Regulatory (dis)trust beyond EU membership
Claudia Haupt
Regulating Speech Online: A Comparative Constitutional Perspective
Simon Drugda
Reflections on Constitutional Unamendability: View from 2019 Constitutional Court Judges’ Selection Hearings in Slovakia
Marie-José Garot
Rediscovering the concept of Independence in assessing the condition of a “court or tribunal” in the sense of Art-267 TFEU.
Thomaz Pereira
Rediscovering the Basic Structure Doctrine
Sarisa Van Niekerk
Re-viewing the principles of self-review of administrative decisions by organs of state in South Africa
YENNY ANDREA CELEMÍN CAICEDO
Quality of legislation and its control: an analysis from the Colombian case
Levent Emre Özgüç
Punishing Insult to the President? An Evaluation of the Turkish Constitutional Court’s Decision on the Constitutionality of “Defamation of the President”
Asha Kaushal
Public Law: A Term of Art
Zsuzsa Szakály
Protecting the Identity for Eternity? The Constitutional Courts’ Possible Roles in Safeguarding the Constitutional Stability
Mohamed Moussa
Polycentric Constitutionalism and Faction Resolution in the Middle East: A Comparative Perspective from Three Regions
Zdeněk Červínek
Proportionality, Balancing and Legal Certainty: Deflecting Ad Hoc Objection against Balancing
Dorota Leczykiewicz
Prohibiting abusive practices by general principles of law
Anthony Tonio Borg
Problems with Erga Omnes Effecst of Judgments on Validity of Laws
Ievgeniia Cherniak
Prioriry limits between constitutional stability and constitutional dynamism (on the example of constitutional transformations in Ukraine)
Agnieszka Frackowiak - Adamska
Principle of mutual trust from the perspective of CJEU, ECtHR and Constitutional Courts
Nilo Rafael Baptista de Mello
Preserving the History of Brazilian Public Law Institutions: where the Constitution meets the legal system through Civil Procedure
Patryk Kukliński
Post-penal detention of dangerous offenders – a real solution to the problem or just an illusion? Comments on the operations of the National Anti-Social Behaviour Prevention Centre in Poland
Attila Nagy
Post-conflict Kosovo and the new Institutions formed with EU supervision
Matteo Mastracci
Post-2016 Turkey: if the taxonomic puzzle on the notion of Competitive Authoritarianism might open the door to a Semantic Constitution type’s debate
David Vitale

Raphael Girard
Populism as an Exercise in Trust Manipulation
Alessandro Liotta
The DRM Directive: an ADR mechanism to obtain tax cohesion?
Anthony Tonio Borg
The effct of judgments declaring laws invalid in Malta
Hedayat Heikal
Nation-Building Constitutionalism After the Authoritarian Turn
Wojciech Zomerski
Towards the Democratic Jurisprudence? Lessons from Poland.
Dorjana Bojanovska Popovska
Trust in state institutions in pluralistic societies: Is constitutional secularism the problem or the solution?
Dana Burchardt
Trust in International Courts – A Factor for Authority
Quentin Pironnet
Trust in Constitutional litigation in Belgium: legal certainty vs democratic legitimacy
Neus Torbisco-Casals
Trust and International Courts: Dilemmas of Diversity and Legitimacy
Loreto Corredoira

Marianna Herrera
Trust and “public value” in the Executive power, in search of new legitimacy?
Guilherme Moraes
Trends of Contemporary Judicial Review of Legislation
Philip Joseph
Treaty of Waitangi: New Zealand’s Founding Instrument
Dávid Márki
Transparency, publicity and its effect to the trust in courts
Ana Maria D´Avila Lopes
Transparency in the choice of members of international human rights courts
Camila Marques

Claudia Barbosa
TOWARDS A MORE DIALOGICAL PRATICE OF JUDICIAL REVIEW IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE BRAZILIAN SUPREME COURT LEGITIMACY
Ana Maria D´Avila Lopes
Trust to Tolerate: institutional agreements guaranteeing peaceful coexistence between majorities and minorities
Maria Diaz Crego
Too little or too much?: an analysis of the new European Union mechanisms to defend the Rule of Law within the Member States
Dana Schmalz
Together on Earth: A Short History of International Law’s Concern with Population Growth
Marcin Marcinko
To Shoot or Not to Shoot? Legal Constraints and Differences between the Use of Lethal Force in Hostilities and Law Enforcement Operations
Matthew Rabagliati
To call to account or not? The role of trust in UNESCO’s quasi-judicial mechanism for the realisation of social, cultural and economic rights
René Provost
Theorising an Indigenous Rule of Law
Aneta Tyc
The US’s and the EU’s Generalised System of Preferences: A Comparison in the Context of Workers’ Rights
Klaus D. Beiter
The University in Ruins? The McDonaldisation of Higher Education, Academic Freedom Violations 2.0, and the Right to Enjoy the Benefits of Scientific Progress and Its Applications
Gadi Ezra
The UN Security Council and The Saga of “Global Legislation”: Can Customary International Law Salvage?
Robert Craig
The UKSC in Evans, Privacy and Miller: a sea-change in judicial approach?
Boldizsar Artur Szentgali Toth

Nóra Chronowski
Trust or distrust in Artificial Intelligence – impacts on fundamental rights capacity and right to fair trial
Costas Stratilatis
Trust, Distrust, and Constitutions: A Survey in Social Theory and in Classical Political Thought and Constitutional Practice
Robert Poll
The Tunisian constitution-making process as a role model for Lebanon?
Roy Sturgeon
What If Carrie Lam Had Formally Withdrew the Extradition Bill on June 15, 2019?
Belen Olmos Giupponi
Who trusts technology?: Examining the interface between law and technology in the public law realm
Claudia Barbosa

Estefania Barboza
Who controls the judiciary? A path toward the judicial accountability in Brazil
Wayne Morrison
Wherein location Aotearoa? Encountering Constitutional Nomos in acts of letting ‘our place’ speak: a view through the labels and self-descriptions of the contemporary Wine Industry of Aotearoa/New Zealand
Damla Ercan
When Does Informal Constitutional Change by the Courts Become Unconstitutional?: Rethinking the Nexus of Interpretation, Unamendability, and Unconstitutionality
Sylwia Jarosz-Żukowska

Marta Kłopocka-Jasińska
What makes us trust the constitutional courts? A lesson to learn for Polish legislator
Marta Kłopocka-Jasińska

Sylwia Jarosz-Żukowska
What makes us trust the constitutional courts? A lesson to learn for Polish legislator
Carissima Mathen
What Makes a Law Arbitrary?
Galia Schneebaum
What is Wrong with Spousal Abuse, and Why Its Criminalization (As Such) Might Not Be Right
Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou
What is the European Court of Human Rights for?
Aradhya Sethiya
We, the Parties: Outlines of Partisan Constitutionalism
Jessica Kerr
Trusting judges in New Zealand
Michal Riha
Vox populi as a driving force for lawmakers
Dmitry Kurnosov
Voting without Democracy: Experience from a Hybrid Political Regime
Diego Gil Mc Cawley
Varieties of Capitalism in the Affordable Housing Sector: Evidence from Chile
Melanie Maurer
Understanding Equality Rights
Miroslaw Granat
Understanding Constitutional Populism
Daniel Demjanovič
Unconstitutional Constitution
Pierre De Vos
Twitter is awash in misinformation, deliberate falsehoods, and conspiracy theories about judges: can and should it be stopped?
Azubike Onuora-Oguno

Chianaraekpere Ike
Trusting the Law and dashing hopes- Can the law protect the rights of persons with disabilities?
Olukayode Joshua Olatoke

Chianaraekpere Ike
Trusting the Law and dashing hopes- Can the law protect the rights of persons with disabilities?
Sujata Gadkar-Wilcox
The U.S. Supreme Court’s Campaign Finance and Gerrymandering Jurisprudence: A Violation of the Constitution’s Basic Structure
Lisa Parshall

Jim Twombly
The Trump Administration’s Deconstruction of the Administrative Rule of Law
Carlos González-Palacios
The end of trust in the nation-state model
Andres Cervantes
The impact of the jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights on transitional justice. From conventionality control to national margin of appreciation?
Chiara Ingenito
The low effectiveness of the constitutional right of participation in the national politics
Tamás Pongó
The key elements of an anti-bullying policy in the higher education context – Students’ freedom of speech limitations in the US and in Hungary
Estefânia Barboza
The judicial role in protecting democracy from populism in Brazil
Christian Ponce
The Invisible Bolivian Constitution and Evo Morale’s Downfall
Mary Anne Case
THE INTERSECTION OF FEMINISM AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: CRASH SITE, ROADBLOCK, CROSSROAD, JUNCTION
Roberto Machado Filho

Miguel Godoy

The Institutional Design of Impeachment Processes
Diana Maria Castano Vargas
The inertia of the Italian legislator and judicial remedies. The case for Medically Assisted Procreation.
Aida Torres Perez
The independence of the international judicary: a checks and balances approach (Neus Torbisco and I would like to be included in the same panel, if possible)
Sarah Ganty
The Impossible Reconciliation between Integration and Equality in ECJ Case law Reductio ad absurdum
Michal Bernaczyk
The impact of Computational Propaganda on Electoral System in Poland. Can we afford ‘Multi-speed Europe’ approach to protection of electoral integrity from online disinformation?
Max Steuer

Ján Štiavnický
The many faces of law-making by constitutional courts with extensive review powers: The Slovak case
Natalie Fox

The Impact of ‘Brexit’ on the British Constitutional Law and the EU Member States
Margot Young

Sara Stendahl
The Housing Question: A Comparative Analysis of Housing Politics Across Gothenburg, Sweden and Vancouver, Canada.
Vanessa MacDonnell
The Guardians of Quasi-Constitutional Legislation
Max Steuer
The Guardians and the Watchdogs: The framing of politics, partisanship and qualification by selected newspapers during the 2018–2019 Slovak Constitutional Court appointment process
Conor Casey

The Gatekeepers: Executive Lawyers and The Executive Power in Comparative Constitutional Law
Valeriya Belova
The Fundamental law of Hungary, as an example, of non-trivial positioning of freedoms and values of the 21st century
Lisa Sonnleitner
The evolutive interpretation of the European Convention on Human Rights: Have a little faith in the European Court of Human Rights?
Arina Kostina
The EU right to personal data protection: route to a trustworthy technology future
Berihun Gebeye
The Ethos of Constitutional Identity in Africa
Ilan Saban
The Majority needed for Secession and Territorial Downsizing Decisions: The West Bank, East Jerusalem and Quebec
Stefano Civitarese Matteucci

Francesco Bilancia

The MATERIAL CONSTITUTION and EU CONSTITUTIONALISM
Keigo Obayashi
The Trans-Pacific Fiduciary Constitutionalism: Introducing Public Fiduciary to Japanese Constitution
Melinda Rankin
The rise of defacto international prosecutors?
Sarah Murray

Varun Ghosh
The Spirit of Ely – ‘Representation-Reinforcing’ Theory in Australian Democratic Jurisprudence
Barbara Boschetti

Maria Daniela Poli
The Soft Law as a Tool of Resilience and Trust
Teodora Miljojkovic
The Sociological Legitimacy of Constitutional Courts and Reasons for Distrust – Notes from Serbia
Paul Burgess
The Rule of Law, Artificial Intelligence, and Distrust: The Exercise of Constitutional Power by Algorithms
Laura-Stella Enonchong
The Role of Trust in Managing Self-determination Disputes: The Case of the Cameroon Anglophone Minority’s Struggle for Self-determination
Hugo Arenas

Hector David Rojas

Diana Valencia-Tello
The role of the judiciary in sustaining trust: Glyphosate and state liability in Colombia
Gustavo Delvaux Parma
The Role of Constitutional Jurisdiction in the Economic Order in a Comparative Perspective
Roisin Aine Costello
The Rise of Private Policy and the Displacement of Public Actors and Standards in the Digital Environment
Giovanni De Gregorio
The Rise of Digital Constitutionalism in the European Union
Carmen Droguett González
The right to protection of personal data of persons deprived of liberty in Chilean law. Delimitation of the freedom of information and the right to privacy in conflict situations.
Robert Craig
The myth of Third Source Powers
Ángela Moreno
The right to be forgotten in US and Europe
Renata Kalman
The right to adequate education in law schools
Gustavo Gazotto

Daniel Freitas
THE REGULATION OF LOBBYING AS A WAY TO AVOID POLICY CAPTURE IN BRAZIL
Anna Pudlo
The prohibition of discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation in EU law
Gustavo Buss
THE PROBLEM OF RELIGION IN THE EDIFICATION OF A LIBERAL CONSTITUTIONAL PROJECT: A TUG-OF-WAR WITH DEMOCRACY
Giulia Fabri
The predictability of judicial decisions in the dialogue between Courts
Yuichiro Tsuji
The Power and Function of the Cabinet in Japan
Yen-Tu Su
The Politics of Fundamental Rights: Lessons from Taiwan’s Path to Same-sex Marriage
Mayu Terada
The Policy Making Process for Artificial Intelligence Technology -Should Decision Making be Done by the Legislator or Administrator –
Ewan Smith
The Party, the State and the Party-State
Paul Scott
National Security Law and the Legacy of the Northern Irish ‘Troubles’
Endre Orban
Mutual Trust, Constitutional Identity and Judicial Dialogue
Xavier Miny
‘Trust in Me’ – How to improve the confidence of multinational firms in tax matters
Jorge Contesse
Comparative Law by International Means
Hent Kalmo
Constitutional hypocrisy
Oleksandr Vodiannikov
Constitutional democracy, disruptive technologies and distrust
Emanuel Linhares
Constitutional Crisis as a Crisis of Democracy: The Brazilian Judicial Branch’s (Dis)trust on The Rule of Law
Bell Yosef
Constitutional Crises, Constitutional Routine and Constitutional Dialogue
Bernardo Campinho

CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS AND ADJUDICATION OF SOCIAL RIGHTS IN TIMES OF ECONOMIC CRISIS: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN BRAZIL AND PORTUGAL
Chien-Chih Lin
Constitutional Convergence in East Asia
John Stanton
Constitutional and democratic decay in the Republic of Malta: Separation of Powers and the rule of law
Peter Szigeti
Conceptual Clusters and Modes of (Non-)Definition
Stanislaw Tosza
Compliance duty or proactive enforcement? Internet service providers as law enforcers
Réka Brigitta Szaniszló
Comparative Analysis of National Minority Policies of the EU and the ASEAN Member States
juan mecinas

José M Martínez Sierra
Constitutional revolution or involution? A Stocktaking of López Obrador´s constitutional and legal reforms
Aneta Tyc
Collective Labour Rights of ‘Classic’ Self-Employed Persons and Economically Dependent Self-Employed Workers under Spanish Law: Is There Any Lesson for Poland?
Chiara Feliziani

Cristiana Lauri
Climate Change, Environmental Migration and Public Law: Trust or (Dis)trust?
Céline Romainville
Climate Change Litigation and Separation of Powers: A Comparative Study of the Belgian, Dutch and French cases
Pasquale Viola
Climate Change Challenges to Public Law: the Role of Trust in Shaping Legal Frameworks
Juan Sebastián Villamil Rodriguez
Climate Change and the Internationalization of Environmental Law.
Zoé Vrolix

Christian Behrendt
Climate change : how far can States be trusted?
Marek Jaśkowski
CJEU scrutiny of invoking security-related exceptions
John Dinan
Cities as Sites of Resistance to Federal Policies in the U.S.
Marcelo Lozada Gomez
Children from different parents: the challenge of vivre ensemble in a world of arbitrators and constitutional judges
Anna Rytel-Warzocha
Constitutional justice in the illiberal regimes of Central Europe
Luis Claudio Martins de Araujo
Constitutional symbolism in new democracies.
Anna Migueis

Pedro de Hollanda Dionisio
Bureaucracy in the trenches: the real factors of autonomy and performance of Brazilian public servants
Federica Marconi
Dialogue versus conflicts among National and European Courts
Konrad Wyszkowski
Distrust of constitutional courts (and the like) as a case for their democratization
Arta Vorpsi

Distrust in public institutions as a post-communist phenomena in Albania – The need for a new social and political thinking
Judit TÓTH

Barnabás Kiss

József Lichtenstein
Distrust and regulation on lobbying in V4 countries
Alfonso Palacios
Distrust and its effect on Latin American Judicial Review
Elena Drymiotou
Distrust and Division in Education according to the Constitution of Cyprus
Alexander Lazovic
Dissent, Divergence, and the Single-Voice Approach
Deyana Marcheva

Ekaterina Mihaylova

Dissent and the Rule of Law
Tales Medeiros

Gregório Assagra de Almeida

Rafael de Oliveira Costa
Direito processual penal coletivo: A tutela penal dos bens jurídicos coletivos: direitos ou interesses difusos, coletivos e individuais homogêneos
Federica Marconi
Dialogue versus conflicts among National and European Courts
Gianmarco Cristofari
Democratic technologies: can technological sovereignty enhance trust in the EU?
Ester Herlin-Karnell
Constitutionalism and the public uses of force in an EU context
Adam Shinar
Democratic Backsliding and Public Administration
Chun-Yuan Lin
Democracy and trust in Covid-19 epidemic governance—A comparative study on China and Taiwan
Luke Dimitrios Spieker
Defending Union Values in Judicial Proceedings: On How to Turn Article 2 TEU Into a Judicially Applicable Provision
Andras Pap
Deception or deference? Benevolant (yet harmful) legislative populism in the field of criminal justice: examples from Hungary
Kamil Jonski
De-legitimization of the Polish constitutional court – survey data analysis
Luísa Netto
Criteria for scrutinizing new fundamental rights: trying to save rights from rights artificial proliferation
Julian Murphy
Criminalising speech – Global trends, justifications and limits
Nicolas Rennuy
Coordination of Legal Orders: Equivalence in Transnational Cases
Malkhaz Nakashidze
Contemporary Challenges to Judicial Independence in Georgia
Dominik Łukowiak
Cases of curtailment of the term of office as an example of undermining the trust in public authorities
David Matas
Building trust in international institutions through confronting grave human rights violations
Mariam Begadze



Distrust of Legislature and Implications for Social Rights Adjudication: Colombian case
Grzegorz Kuca

Grzegorz Kuca
A descriptive test and its appliance in electoral court proceedings.
Esther van Zimmeren
Adaptive Law Revisited from a European Perspective: A Useful Framework to Prepare EU Law and Multilevel Governance for (Climate) Change and to Cultivate a Culture of Trust?
Radian Salman

Rosa Ristawati
ACTIVISM OF INDONESIAN CONSTITUTIONAL COURT ON ELECTION LAW: ENHANCING PUBLIC CONFIDENCE OR UNDERMINING THE RULE OF LAW?
Chiara Salati
Active citizens collaborating with institutions: a perspective from Italy
Alex Layden
A Theory for the Comparative Study of Informal Constitutional Change
Ute Lettanie
A systematic analysis of the accountability of the European Central Bank as a member of the Troika: Generating (dis)trust?f the ECB’s
Mathieu Leloup
A subjective right to judicial independence in the ECHR
Ryszard Piotrowski
A Republic of distrust. Rethinking contemporary Polish Experience
João Andrade Neto
A permanent electoral reform in Brazil: Between the promise of democratic improvement and the curse of Tantalus
Boldizsar Artur Szentgali Toth

Nóra Chronowski
A new face of an old constitutional instrument The constitutional complaints of public authorities
Olanike Adelakun

Adejumoke Oluwatobi Osibodu
A Critical Examination of the role of African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights in Development of Law
Nivea Braga
ANALYSIS OF THE NEED FOR (RE) FORMULATION OF THE SOCIAL AND LEGAL UNDERSTANDING OF DEMOGRAPHIC AGING IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
Leonardo Cofre
A constitutional approach of participatory budgeting
Adam Ploszka
(Re)building trust to Polish Constitutional Tribunal through social rights adjudication
Cedric Jenart
(Dis)trusting federated entities’ relationship towards treaty-making powers. Missouri v Holland: Is a bird in the hand worth two in the bush? [Topic: comparative federalism]
Ruth Weber
(Dis)trust in the ECJ and the functioning of the EU legal system
Marton Sulyok
(Dis)trust in Dissent? The dialogue of the CJEU and national constitutional courts on the relationship of EU law to the constitution – a Hungarian perspective
Karolina Mojzesowicz
“Exercising of freedom in the digital space: privacy as an example”
Narissa Ramsundar
“A Question of Trust: The Role of the ICJ in the Prevention and Suppression of International Crimes”
Maria Bianca Armiento
“A matter of trust”: is algorithmic transparency a tool to boost confidence in administrations?
Andriy Tyushka
“Contentious constitutionalism”: Popular versus Populist Constitutionalism, Revolutions, and the Rise of Everyday Contention in the European Union’s neighbourhood
Matteo Mastracci
Alexinian Weight Formula and the Legal (un)Certainty of its “abstract weight” dimension
Juliana Bertholdi
ANTI-SLAPP LEGISLATION AS A POSSIBLE SOLUTION FOR THE LEGAL REPRESSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS IN BRAZIL
Jaye Ellis
Building trust in an era of post-normal science
Izabela Magdalena Schiffauer
Beyond Constitutional Conflict – Polish Judiciary in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s Ruling of 23 Jan. 2020 on inappropriate composition of courts
Rafaela Moreira

Roberto Fragale

Building trust among judges in a Legal System under political dispute: an experiment at the Judicial School of the Federal Labor Court in Rio
Darinka Piqani
Building bridges of trust between national constitutional courts and the Court of Justice in the context of protection of national identities
Juha Tuovinen
Broad Strokes Jurisprudence: A Theory of the Relationship between Balancing and the Separation of Powers
Norbert Tribl
Bridge or Shield? Constitutional Identity as the External Protection of the Constitution
Adriana Ciancio
BOOSTING THE EU CONSTITUTIONAL “CORE”
Robert Siucinski
Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrencies: Some Remarks from the Perspective of Polish Tax Law
Beata Kozielewicz
Biomedical sciences in the legal perspective
Shirley Naveh
Bills as a Strategic Tool in the Debate over the Independence of the Judiciary – Theory and Empirical analysis in Israel
Lucas Henrique Muniz da Conceição
Beyond Cyber-utopianism – The technological challenge of democratic constitutionalism
Clara Iglesias Keller
Between exception and harmonization: the theoretical debate on Internet regulation
Iwona Wróblewska
Applying the Constitution in Horizontal Relations – in Search of Justice in Court Decisions
Francisco Costa-Cabral

Greta Krasteva
Ban of Predictive Judicial Analytics and Trust in Judicial Institutions
Roberto D'Orazio
Balancing openness and privacy. Public records, parliamentary privilege and data protection law
Pedro de Hollanda Dionisio

Anna Carolina Migueis Pereira
Autonomous institutions in Brazil: success and failure beyond law
Rick Pianaro

Katya Kozicki
Authority, Court packing in Brazil and the “Emenda do Pijama”
Fernando Leal
Authoritative force, persuasive influence or anything: what is a precedent for the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court?
Matteo Mastracci
Authoritarian Populism in Malaysia and Judicial Independence
Ming-Sung Kuo
Authenticity: The Ultimate Challenge in the Quest for Lasting Constitutional Legitimacy
rubens becak
Aspects of Politics in Brazil Nowadays: institutional crisis or democracy and representation questioning
Chun-Yuan Lin
Asian Instrumentalism on Intimacy as Democracy—A Comparative Study on Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia
Lidia Balogh
Argumentations against the ratification of the Istanbul Convention: Is it Central-East European debate?
Konrad Wyszkowski
Distrust of constitutional courts (and the like) as a case for their democratization
Elena Drymiotou
Distrust, Infringement, Derogation and Proportionality in Human Rights Adjudication
Kathrin Hamenstaedt
Mutual trust and distrust in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
Ewan Smith
Is Foreign Policy Special?
Manal Totry Jubran
JUDICIAL DIVERSITY WITHIN MULTICULTURAL STATES: AN EMPIRICAL AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DISSENTING RULINGS OF ETHNIC-MINORITY JUDGES IN THE SUPREME COURT
Katarzyna Nowicka
Judicial dissent in times of the legal crisis: vota separata in the Supreme Court and the Constitutional Tribunal in Poland
Evan Rosevear
Judicial Culture as an Explanatory Factor in Social Rights Interpretation
Anna Sobaczewska
Judicial Accountability: its manifestations and paradoxes.
Robert Poll
Judges with Headscarves? A symbol-theoretic approach to state neutrality
Emilia Powell

Steven McDowell

Julia Oksasoglu
Islam-based Legal Language and State Governance: Democracy, Strength of the Judiciary and Human Rights
Luísa Netto
Is there a violation of the right to science – scientific freedom – under Bolsonaro’s government?
Luísa Netto
Is there a right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its applications (REBSPA) in Brazilian Law?
Sam Bookman





Is the “Commonwealth Model” still a Useful Framework?
Adilkhan Turekhanov
Investors’ Trust and Regional Economic Integration
Myriam Hunter-Henin
Judicial Reasoning, Religious Freedom and Democratic Vivre Ensemble
Paulina Konca
Interpretation and trust – the status of interpretive guidelines
Daniel Bogéa

Lívia Gil Guimarães
Institutionalizing gender diversity in constitutional courts
Mónika Márton
Institutional Legitimacy – a Romanian Case Study on the Question of Trust in Judicial institutions
Rebecca Groterhorst
Institutional crises and the rights battle in Latin America: The role of CSOs and social movements
Justyna Bazylińska-Nagler

Individuals in Defence of Atmosphere before the CJEU
Eugenia Relano Pastor
Individual rights challenging collective religious autonomy: Are there new trends in Strasbourg and Luxembourg Courts?
Evelyne Schmid

Martino Maggetti
Increasing the deliberative engagement of parliaments with international norms: a contribution to trust, a manifestation thereof, a complication or even a threat?
Max Steuer
Increasing Democratic Resilience Through Law? Apex Courts and the ‘Militancy Conundrum’
Magdalena Jozwiak
Incompletely theorized agreements and AI decision-making
Matteo Mastracci
JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE: EUROPEAN STANDARDS, ECtHR CRITERIA AND THE RESHUFFLING PLAN OF THE JUDICIARY BODIES IN POLAND
Marinos Diamantides
Judicial responsibility and the crisis of democracy – a critical assessment
Arpita Sarkar
Inadequacies of anti-discrimination laws: Making a case for affirmative action
Sarah Ganty
Merizenship: the Emergence of a de facto Citizenship Based on Socioeconomic Status
Aspa Theochari
Music, nations, nationalism-The establishment of the Greek National School of Music (Paper for Participation in the Working Group LAW and OPERA) Aspa Theochari, PhD researcher, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
José Manuel Díaz de Valdés
Muddling the Constituent/Constituted Power Division in Contemporary Constitution-Making: The Case of Chile
Nivea Braga
MODERN SLAVERY AS THE ENGINE OF THE PRODUCTIVE CHAIN ​​OF CONSUME
Nivea Braga
MODERN SLAVERY AS PART OF THE CONSUMER PRODUCTIVE CHAIN
Rawin Leelapatana

Seksiri Niwattisaiwong
Mobilising the rule of law through the state of exception? : civil movements in Thailand’s polarised politics
Véronique Boillet
Misinformation in Voting: A Source of Distrust
Edit Frenyo
Migration and the Transnationalization of Care: Synergy, trust and the (in)formalities of Domestic Care Work in Europe
Kateryna Krakhmalova
Migrant Agency in Relation to the Mobile Law and Beyond
Ricardo Alexis Uvalle Aguilera
Mexican judiciary reform: an analysis from populism, institutional distrust and political dissent.
Ricardo Alexis Uvalle Aguilera
Marijuana legalization in Mexico: judicial activism as a catalyst for structural reforms.
Mohammad Ibrahim
Judicial Review of Subordinate Regulations In The Indonesian Constitutional Court: Prospect And Limitations
Fabio Pacini
Malapportionment and gerrymandering, the Italian way
Ketino Minashvili
Legitimacy, Authority, and Trust: The ECtHR in Modern Europe
Johanna Heinemann
Legislating Legitimately: Grounding Quality Standards of Legislatures
Ewan Smith
Legality and Authoritarian Legality
Maria Paula Dallari Bucci

Law and Public Policy Approach: the dynamics of shaping legal mechanisms to enforce human rights, empower social networks and help preventing political setbacks
Paul Gragl
Law and Politics: Populist Claims and Theoretical Refutations
Dimitry Gegenava
Last Citadel of Trust: Transformation of the Georgian Constitutional Court from Negative Legislator to Policymaker
Agnieszka Wojciechowska
LACK OF FULL PROTECTION OF EUROPEAN RIGHT TO EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
David Fagelson
Justifying Official Disobedience to Maintain The Rule of Law
Natalia Angel
Inclusion, Cities and the Law: Rethinking Urban Planning in the Context of Increased Litigation in Colombia
Pui Yin Lo
In the Time of China’s Sovereignty: Dis(Trust) as Contributor to the contrasting Versions/Visions of “One Country, Two Systems” in Hong Kong and Macao
Elena Drymiotou

Beverley Baines
Distrust, Judicial Deference and Institutionalized Political Disadvantage
Jacob Eisler
Election Law and Liberal Democracy before the American Supreme Court
Federica Baldan
Exploring the Principle of Independence in Specialised International Courts: the Unified Patent Court (UPC) and the Multilateral Investment Court (MIC)
Atagun Mert Kejanlioglu
European Court of Human Rights and Artistic Expression: Do Some Dissents Deserve More Protection?
Yung-Djong Shaw
EU, the Devil You Know: Restoring Trust in the EU by Establishing Familiarity
Katarina VATOVEC
EU Law as a Tool for Assessing Judicial Worldview
Justyna Łacny
EU budgetary sanctions imposed on the Member States breaching of the rule of law
EMRE TURKUT
Emergency Powers, Constitutional (Self-) Restraint and Judicial Politics: The Turkish Constitutional Court in an Authoritarian Setting
Laura Martens
Elements of Regulatory Impact Assessment in the Constitutional Court’s Reasoning: an Empirical Study
Mariana Velasco Rivera
Electoral Rights and Democratic Erosion in Latin America
Wahab Egbewole
Electoral Jurisprudence in Nigeria and the Burden of Trust of the Judex: Deconstructing Gubernatorial Decisions of the Apex Court
Hitoshi Ushijima
Elaborating Climate Litigation
Sejal Parmar
Foreign policy for media freedom
Monica Rosini
E-voting, constitutional principles and European standards. Some remarks on the implementation of e-voting in the Italian constitutional system.
Victor Pinheiro
Due process of lawmaking: a new fundamental right?
İsmail Yüksel
Drittwirkung Bona Fides Shiled against SLAPPs
Hanna Wiczanowska
Does prohibition of abuse of rights amplify or diminish trust in human rights and rule of law standards?
Hanna Wiczanowska
Does margin of appreciation doctrine amplify confidence in freedom of speech protection?
Elisa Spiller

Clara Silvano
Do we trust in AI? Promises and Perils of Intelligent Public Administration
Markus Boeckenfoerde
Do immutable clauses effectively protect presidential term limits in Africa?
Ori Aronson
Do Constitutional Courts Have a Role in Democratic Decline? An Israeli Perspective
Gniewomir Wycichowski-Kuchta
Distrust, philosophy and constitution. Critique of forms of life as a new perspective for critical constitutionalism
Chiara Graziani
Facial Recognition Systems as a Counter-Terrorism Tool: Public Law Challenges
Elena Rafalyuk
Formation of a harmonized legal space in the context of globalization and integration
MIA CAIELLI
In Schools We Trust: What Legal Instruments to Foster Gender Parity in Learning Environments?
Eszter Polgari
Governmental failure to comply with final judgments of courts – serving a hypothetical public interest to detriment of the rule of law
Magdalena Jozwiak
In defence of defiance – AI decision-making and shrinking spaces for contestation
Michał Stępień
In Court we trust – legitimacy of international courts
Sué Gonzalez Hauck
Imaginary Empirics and ‘Social Facts’ in Judicial Reasoning
Matteo Mastracci
If we lose Istanbul, we lose Turkey: the AKP’s unfortunate call of the Supreme Electoral Council in the 2019 electoral rerun in Istanbul
Jimmy Hsu
Human Dignity as a Legal Transplant in Asia
Gustavo Pereira
How the institutional (dis) trust undermines the regulatory discretion in Brazil
Iris Canor
Horizontal Solange: The Internal Grammar of Mutual Trust
Maureen Duffy
History Repeats and Repeats: Intentional Erosion of Public Trust in Migration for Political Gain
David Schneiderman
High Courts and Investment Law in Comparative Constitutional Perspective
Céline Romainville

Mathias El Berhoumi
Governing without trust: Belgian constitutional law in the face of political crises
Piotr Korzec
Fostering trust through distrust of the government: reputation and the freedom of speech as a vehicle of tolerance.
Nneka Okafor

solomon Alexandra
Good Governance, Rule of Law, and Rebuilding Trust in a Divided Society: The Nigerian example
Valéria Zanette

Reginaldo Vieira
Good governance principles as the solution to the realization of social rights in the domestic sphere of States
Sara Canduzzi
Global Legality at Stake: Understanding Authorities Beyond the Public/Private Law Dichotomy
Lorena Chano Regaña
Gender equality in rural areas of Extremadura
Jairo Lima
Gender and Judicial Institutions: the case of women judges in the Highest Courts of Brazil
Patricia Jeronimo
Gender and culture in the courtroom: Notes from Southern Europe
Tilen Štajnpihler Božič
GENDER AND COURTS IN THE AGE OF DISTRUST: REVISITING JUDICIAL DIVERSITY IN SLOVENIA
Jairo Lima

Flávia Santiago Lima
FROM THE JUSTICES WE HAVE TO THE JUSTICES WE WANT: an empirical analysis of the constitutional amendment proposals on the nomination process of the STF Justices (1988-2019)
Eduardo Esteva Gallicchio
From distrust of trust in Public Law / A suggestion for Latin America: change from soft law to hard law
Joaquin Millon
Fraternity in Constitutional Interpretation
Alberto Abad Suarez
Writ of Amparo and the Judicial Reform in Mexico (1987-2018)
Panel #9Judicial Behaviour and Political Backlash: New Empirical Perspectives on the UK Supreme CourtChair: Alex SchwartzNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lewis Graham
Behavioral Patterns of Individual Judges in the UK Supreme Court
Rachel Cahill-O'Callaghan
Values in the UK Supreme Court
Chris Hanretty
A Court of Specialists: Judicial Behavior on the UK > Supreme Court
Alex Schwartz
The Discourse of Judicial Power and the UK Supreme Court
Panel #10The National Application of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: Between Trust and DissentChair: Katarina VatovecNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Bobić
Where National Fundamental Rights End and the Charter Begins: Mutual Trust
Petra Weingerl
The Application of the EU Charter to Horizontal Legal Relationships before National Courts: Enhancing or Undermining Trust in the EU?
Katarina Vatovec
The Application of the EU Charter by Constitutional Courts: Can Equality and Trust between Courts Be Ensured in Judicial Discourse?
Clara Rauchegger
Discussant
Panel #11Captivating Consensus by Stating Reasons. A National and Supra-national Appraisal of ‘Reasoning Strategies’ in Relevant Administrative and Judicial DecisionsChair: Giammarco SigismondiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Martina Condorelli
Captivating consensus: legitimation strategies of Italian administrative courts
Anna Giurickovic
The paradoxes in the protection of legitimate expectations in the constitutional court’s reasoning: Italy and France compared.
Marco Lavatelli
Motivation of administrative acts and judicial decisions between guarantee and legitimation. Similarities and differences.
Diego Mauri
(Un)Reasoned Decisions and Trust in Human Rights Monitoring Bodies
Pasquale Pantalone
The participation of citizens/users in the organization of social services in Italy
Luca Pressacco
Justification for decisions and legitimacy of the criminal justice system.
Panel #12Beyond the Trias Politica: multilevel trust in governance institutionsChair: Esther van Zimmeren2nd Chair: Sofia RanchordasNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Patricia Popelier
The duty of Parliament to adopt reliable legislation: Linking trust in Parliament with legitimate expectations
Monika Glavina
Multilevel trust in a multilevel system: Exploring judicial trust in the EU
Nicola Lupo
The trust relationship between Parliament and Government as a “common constitutional tradition” to EU Member States?
Esther van Zimmeren
Trust and Specialized Regulatory Agencies: A Case Study of the European Patent Office
Sofia Ranchordas
Discussant
Maja Sahadzic
Discussant
Panel #13The Gendered Dimensions of the Rise of PopulismChair: Ana Cannilla2nd Chair: Silvia SuteuNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Barbara Havelkova

Ruth Rubio-Marin
The Constitutionalization of Sexual Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe
Anna Fruhstorfer
The Constitutional Recognition of Gender Equality. A Historical Comparative
Ana Cannilla

Silvia Suteu
Gendered Pushback or a Return to Politics: The Complex Relationship between Populism, Law and Gender
Panel #14Beyond Political Constitutionalism (Duplicate)Chair: Tom HickeyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aileen Kavanagh
What’s constitutionalist about Political Constitutionalism?
Christoph Möllers
The undemocratic core of the political constitutionalist case against judicial review
Ana Canilla
‘Political’ Political Constitutionalism and the ‘Populist’ Challenge
Dimitrios Kyritsis
Does liberal constitutionalism need an alternative?
Tom Hickey
A 'political constitutionalist' case for judicial review
Panel #15Book Panel: Ran Hirschl's "City, State: Constitutionalism and the Megacity" (Oxford University Press, 2020)Chair: Richard AlbertNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mark Graber
Discussant on Panel on “City, State”
Yasmin Dawood
Discussant on Panel on “City, State”
Maartje de Visser
Discussant on Panel on “City, State”
Robert Schuetze
Discussant on Panel on “City, State”
Ran Hirschl
Respondent on Panel on “City, State”
Panel #16Weimar Moments I - The Rise and Fall of Transformative ConstitutionalismChair: Matthias GoldmannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Matthias Goldmann

Agustín José Menéndez

Weimar Moments: Transformations of the Democratic, Social, and Open State of Law
Thomas Kleinlein
Trust, Distrust and the Foreign Relations Law of the Weimar Republic
Lorena Ossio
Looking for Answers to the Social Question in Latin America in the Weimar Constitution
Tomasz Koncewicz
The Polish Weimar Moments and the Constitutional Crisis
Panel #17Weimar Moments II - The Rise and Fall of Transformative ConstitutionalismChair: Matthias GoldmannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sabrina Ragnone
The Weimar Model form the Italian Viewpoint
Mariana Canotilho
The Portuguese Constitution: between past and present, openness and national identity
Nikolas Vagdoutis
Social-democratic approaches in Weimar constitutional theory: Between state theory and legal theory
Alexandra Kemmerer
Constitutional Prospects, Constitutional Pathologies: Otto Kirchheimer’s Weimar Moments
Panel #18Contemporary Constitutional Challenges to Bicameralism and the Separation of PowersChair: Nicola LupoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Helle Krunke
Aileen Kavanagh
Lorenza Violini
Michael Pal
Rosa Ristawati
Antonia Baraggia

Richard Albert

Cristina Fasone

Luca Pietro Vanoni
Discussants
Panel #19Joint Book Panel: Richard Albert’s "Constitutional Amendments" (OUP, 2019) and Gary Jacobsohn & Yaniv Roznai’s "Constitutional Revolution" (Yale U. Press, 2020)Chair: Sergio VerdugoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mara Malagodi
Discussant
Víctor Ferreres Comella
Discussant
Jaclyn Neo
Discussant
Sarah Murray
Discussant
Yaniv Roznai
Co-author of “Constitutional Revolution” (Yale University Press, 2020)
Richard Albert
Author of “Constitutional Amendments. Making, Breaking and Changing Constitutions” (OUP, 2019)
Panel #20Social Trust and Social Groups IChair: Nicholas AroneyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Dwight Newman
Why Do Social Freedoms Become Forgotten Freedoms?
Maria Cahill
The Power and Potential of Freedom of Association
Cornelia Klocker
Social Groups and the European Court of Human Rights
Hans-Martien ten Napel
Social groups: Constitutional Law’s Missing Link
Panel #21The Constitutional Transformations of the European Central Bank: Observation and RedressChair: Joana Mendes2nd Chair: Michael WilkinsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Hjalte Lokdam
The Constitutional Guardianship of the ECB
Marco Goldoni
How to Protect the European Material Constitution through Central Banking
Matthias Goldmann
Unconstitutionnality Unchained: The End of Liberal Economic Constitutionalism
Esin Kukuc

Carsten Gerner-Beuerle
Squaring the circle: The Court of Justice, the Eurozone crisis and the renunciation of rational adjudication
Panel #22The Treatment of Territorial Sovereignty in Constitutional and International LawChair: Gráinne de BúrcaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Hèctor López Bofill
The Right to External Self-Determination and the Catalan Case
Daniel Weinstock
A Harm Reduction Approach to Territorial Sovereignty
Oran Doyle
Constitutional Space and the Construction of Territorial Sovereignty
Rivka Weill
Global Constitutional Strategies to Counter-Secession
Panel #23Confronting Inequalities in EU Law to Call the Populist BluffChair: Giuliano Vosa2nd Chair: Giovanni Zaccaroni3rd Chair: Giulia GentileNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giuliano Vosa
Identitarian Arguments to Return to Politics: the Italian Case, or Mascolo v Taricco – Discussants: Giulia Gentile, Rosita Zucaro
Giovanni Zaccaroni
Equality as principle and equality as a right in the ECJ case law after Ajos/Dansk Industri – Discussants: Giulia Gentile, Rosita Zucaro
Marco Cecili

Andrea Chiappetta
Towards a limitation of the non-discrimination principle: does the CJEU change course regarding the extensive interpretation of the EU law? The PIP case – Discussants: Agata Serranò, Paolo Fernandes
Martina Cardone

Claudia Masciopinto
The power to decide on the conflict between national law and European law, in relation to the European principle of non-discrimination: an opportunity of distrust or dialogue between the Courts? Maturi and Others. Discussant: Agata Serranò
Claudia Cinnirella
Between Solidarity and Loyalty: The use of building-trust principles in times of EU crisis – Discussants: Giorgia Lo Tauro, Antonio-Martin Porras-Gomez
Andrea Antonuzzo
Taking the rule of law crisis seriously or unveiling the limits of the ‘integration through law’ process? The Commission v. Poland I and Commission v. Poland II cases – Discussants: Giulia Gentile, Paolo Fernandes
Panel #24The Challenges of Constitutional Change: Constitutional Amendment in the WorldChair: Richard AlbertNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Toma Birmontiene
The Constitutionality of the New Russian Constitutional Amendments
Ngoc Son Bui
The Political Economy of Cuba’s Participatory Constitutional Change
Andrés Mauricio Gutiérrez Beltrán
Peace, or the Will of the Majority? The Judicial Review of Constitutional Reforms Throughout the Colombian Peace Process
Jaclyn Neo
Constitutional Amendment in Dominant Party States: Amending for Autochthony in Singapore
Bertil Emrah Oder
On Patterns of Constitutional Amendments: Democratic and Autocratic Transitions of Turkey After 1987
Eman Muhammad Rashwan
A Shield of Glass: Explaining Egypt’s 2019 Constitutional Amendments
Panel #25Regional Courts and the Sustainability of DemocracyChair: Irene Spigno2nd Chair: Palmina TanzarellaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Irene Spigno
The Influence of the ECtHR on Italian Democracy
Paolo Zicchittu
Bulgarian democracy in transition: a first glance to the political parties’ system
Francesca Pirola
Building trust in democratic institutions: the case of the Former Yugoslavia’s countries
Valentina Rita Scotti
The sustainability of democracy. A case-study on the impact of ECtHR’s decisions in Turkey
Palmina Tanzarella
The sustainability of democracy. A case study on the impact of ECtHR’s decisions in Azerbaijan
Fernando Gustavo Ruz Dueñas
The current state of compliance with the reparation measures ordered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights to Venezuela to claim political rights
Panel #26The Principle of Mutual Recognition in Times of Distrust: EU and national perspectives (I)Chair: Mariolina EliantonioNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luca De Lucia
Three Forms of Mutual Recognition
Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz
• Mutual recognition and the ever-incomplete internal market for pharmaceuticals
Annalisa Volpato
The Principle of Mutual Recognition: The Case of Agriculture
Meinhard Schröder
Mutual Recognition of Driving Licenses in the EU
Panel #27The Use of Gender Perspective in Constitutional InterpretationChair: Irene SpignoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Valentina Rita Scotti
Gender Perspective in the Adjudication of the Italian Constitutional Court
Sophie Weerts

Véronique Boillet
Gender data-driven approach in judicial reasoning
Teresa Violante
Gender Perspective in Portuguese Constitutional Case Law
Panel #28The Future of Political Parties in Constitutional DemocraciesChair: Niels PetersenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Emanuel Towfigh
The Party Paradox
Samuel Issacharoff
From Party Decline to New Democratic Politics
Sujit Choudhry
Domesticating Political Parties
Amnon Reichman
Discussant
Panel #29Mitigating populism through individual environmental interests in V4+ countriesChair: Tomáš GábrišNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Piotr Szwedo
The truth, the law and the populism. Climate change as a laboratory of facts recognition and their legal implications
Lena Helińska
Participation as a remedy to populism in V4 environmental policies
Wojciech Bańczyk
Environmentally protective private property. Polish example of the admissible scope of the public policy burden on individuals
Tomáš Gábriš
Mitigating populism through public health interests?
Birgit Peters
The environment and populism before European courts
Katalin Sulyok
The public trust doctrine as a vehicle to counter short-termism in environmental policy-making
Panel #30(Dis)Trust in Public InstitutionsChair: Paul Craig2nd Chair: Marco D'AlbertiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Stefano Battini
Discussant
Patricia Jonason
(Dis)Trust in Public Administration
Eduardo Jordao
(Dis)Trust in Legislation and Courts
Anastasiia Ostapenko
(Dis)Trust and Transparency
Panel #31CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AND JURISPRUDENCE OF PRINCIPLES. THE COLOMBIAN CASE.Chair: GONZALO RAMIREZ CLEVESNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Milton César Jiménez Ramírez
Constitutional Dismemberment in Colombia
Paulo Bernardo Arboleda Ramírez
Constitutional amendment and Post-conflict. The Colombian case.
Abraham BECHARA LL.
Principles Jurisprudence: Methodology for The Judicial Interpretation of Fundamental Rights
Panel #32Building trust through theory: is it a renewed and coherent approach out there?Chair: Bertil Emrah OderNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ilayda Eskitaşçioğlu
Angry Women, Las Tesis and Mistrust in the Judiciary: What does feminist legal theory have to say?
Asylai Akisheva
International v. Transnational Legal Process: Pointing a Path to Trust?
Ezel Buse Sönmezocak
Theorizing the Paris Agreement through a Critical Legal Lens
Matteo Mastracci
Dworkin's reading of International Law as a dual principle system-based: a new theory of Public Trust?
Hoitsimolimo Mutlokwa
Building citizens trust of SADC and AU in removing sanctions in Zimbabwe: towards a Third World Approach?
Panel #33Free Speech in a Globalised World (session 2): Theory and PracticeChair: Kyriaki TopidiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ioanna Tourkochoriti
Freedom of speech: an inquiry into the revolutionary roots of American and French legal thought’
Jeffrey Howard
The ethics of regulating social media
Eric Heinze
The logical conclusion of speech act theory is free speech – not prohibitions
Panel #34Free Speech in a Globalised World (session 1): Regulation and GlobalisationChair: Tom HerrenbergNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jacob Rowbottom
Censorship without legal restraints
Gwénaële Calvès
The European Court of Human Rights and blasphemy laws: an ‘overcautious and timid conception’ of free speech
Sejal Parmar
The UN’s new role in addressing ‘hate speech’
Panel #35Patterns of Distrust and Political Regimes: A Comparative Perspective between EU and ChinaChair: Elisabetta MorlinoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Teng Li
Trust and Legitimate Governance: The Case of Hong Kong
Luca Castelli
Losing Faith in Elections: Where Does It Come From and What To Do To Restore Voters’ Trust
Elisabetta Morlino
“Taking Control Seriously”: Citizens vis-à-vis EU Governance
Justin Lindeboom
Normative Guidance Inter-Court Trust in the European Union Judicial System
Panel #36Strategic Courts and Democratic BackslidingChair: Erin DelaneyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mark Graber
Born Populist: The Trump Administration, the Courts and the Constitution of the United States
Renata Uitz
Against Constitutional Chicanery: The Rule of Law Strikes Back
Tom Daly
Cornered Courts: Democratic Decay and Unprecedented Judicial Action Beyond the Courtroom
Jan Petrov
The Luxembourg Court v. Populist Judicial Reforms: Direct and Indirect Strategies of Countering Democratic Erosion Judicially
Rivka Weill
Discussant
Panel #37Rule of Law under threat and what we can do against it – Comparative perspectives from Latin America and EuropeChair: Marie-Christine Fuchs2nd Chair: Hartmut RankNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Magdalena Correa Henao
How does the Rule of Law survive under hyper-presidential regimes and how to strengthen it – the Colombian case
Remzie Istrefi
The role of Constitutional Courts in Ensuring the Rule of Law in Post Conflict Settings in South Eastern Europe
Elena-Simina Tănăsescu
Rule of Law in Romania
Tobias Gafus
Governmental Disobedience in Germany
Patricia Perrone Campos Mello
Discussant from a Brazilian perspective
Panel #38Commissions of Inquiry: Composition, Methodology, and ImpactChair: Antal BerkesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yvonne McDermott Rees
The Transformational Effect of Open Source Evidence
Solon Solomon
The application of the Daubert standard in the commissions of inquiry assessment of warfare’s psychological impact
Antal Berkes
Commissions of Inquiry and Big Data
Panel #39Social Trust and Social Groups IIChair: Maria Cahill 2nd Chair: Dwight NewmanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marcin Romanowicz
Human Rights as 'Trumps' of Social Groups
Victor Muniz-Fraticelli
Liberal-democratic citizenship and religious schools
Luise Papcke
Sociability Online
Panel #40Free Speech in a Globalised World (session 3): Free speech and Democratic SocietyChair: Eric HeinzeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tom Herrenberg
Online democratic discourse: the challenges of contextualization and even-handedness
Kyriaki Topidi
Hate speech and religious minorities in the digital age
Gavin Phillipson
Treating terrorism propaganda as uniquely dangerously speech: the EU’s shift from voluntary to compulsory notice-and-takedown and its implications for freedom of speech
Kristian Ekeli
Free public discourse, security, and advocacy of terrorism
Panel #41Constitutional Law in the (Un)Making: International Law and Other Ways of Changing Public LawChair: Pedro Caminos2nd Chair: Joaquín MillónNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Florencia Saulino
The Right to a Healthy Environment and the Trap of Collective Rights
Magalí Miranda
The Margin of Appreciation in the Inter-American Human Rights System and its Use by the Supreme Court of Argentina
Patricio Méndez Montenegro
Importing the Margin of Appreciation Doctrine to Dysfunctional Federal States. The Case of Argentina
Lorena González Tocci
The role and influence of precedent in Constitutional Decision-Making. The Case of Argentina
Ignacio Colombo Murúa
A Methodological Problem in the Construction of the Doctrine of the Control of Conventionality
Joaquín Millón
Fraternity in Constitutional Interpretation
Panel #42Between Democracy and Law The Amorality of SecessionChair: Giuseppe MartinicoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Costanza Margiotta
An update on Secession as the “Ultimate Right”. On the (im)possibility of secession
Carlos Closa Montero
A critique of the theory of democratic secession
Nikos Skoutaris
On Brexit and Secession(s)
Matteo Bozzon
Political Unity and «Secession» Beyond the State. Remarks on Brexit
João Francisco Diogo
discussant
Cristina Fasone
discussant
Panel #43Constitutional Construction of Majority-Minority Relations during Democratic Decline: Critical Perspectives on Israel’s “Basic Law: Nation State”Chair: Marinos DiamantidesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ori Aronson
Rainy Day Constitutionalism: Israel’s Nationality Law for an Anxious Majority
Alaa Hajyahia
The Linguistic Angle of Basic Law: Israel as the Nation-State of the Jewish People
Doreen Lustig
The Constituent Power to Discriminate
Panel #44Engaging in Transatlantic Dialogues on Judicial Independence: Multilevel Perspectives from Europe and Latin AmericaChair: Pedro A. VillarrealNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Iris Canor
The Supranational Entrenchment of Domestic Judiciary Independence: The CJEU and Judges' Remuneration
Giacomo Rugge
Judicial independence and Judges’ Salaries in Italy in Light of the ASJP Judgment: Towards the Emergence of a Common Constitutional Principle?
Patricia Perrone Campos Mello
Judicial Independence in the Face of Intergovernmental Backlash: The Dilemmas in Brazil and Responses from Latin American Transformative Constitutionalism
Pedro A. Villarreal
Judicial Independence and Transformative Constitutionalism in the Age of Austerity: The Case of Mexico
Panel #45Distrust and Dissent in light of protests and revolutions todayChair: Patricia RrapiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Katarzyna Nowicka
Patterns of civic mobilization in Poland: 5 years of the PiS government
Jaime Olaiz-Gonzalez
Social Movements and Constitutional Change in Times of Outrage. The Case of Mexico in Contemporary Perspective.
Kaufmann Rodrigo
Chile's Constitutional moment
Jndiego Galaz

Right to Resist and Deliberative Democracy. Reflections on the social outbreak in Chile, and proposals for the new constitution.
Alfonso Palacios Torres
Too “far” to be heard? Social participation in the decision making process.
Andrea Abi Nader
Lebanon: The protests as symptoms of a failed and outlived political system.
Panel #46Revisiting Constitutional Law and Theory in Light of BrexitChair: Stephen GardbaumNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jeff King
Brexit’s Lessons for Constitutional Theory
Rivka Weill
From Earl Grey to Boris Johnson: Brexit and the Anglo-American Constitutional Model
Gavin Phillipson
The British Case of Prorogation: The Common Law Strikes Back
Stephen Gardbaum
Discussant
Sujit Choudhry
Discussant
Panel #47Rethinking the Relationship Between Statute and Common LawChair: Joe AtkinsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Joe Atkinson
The Dynamics of Common Law and Statute in English Law: One Coherent System?
Conor Crummey
Silent Prologues: the role of General Jurisprudence in Mapping the Intersection of Statute and Common Law
Eleni Frantziou
The Horizontal Effect of Human Rights in the UK after the Removal of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights
Panel #48Society questions: a specific approach of constitutional reasoning »Chair: Joel Colon-RiosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Manon Altwegg-Boussac
Question of society, beyond models of constitutionalism?
Eleonora Bottini
The evolving public opinion about same-sex marriage: a society question for the courts
Rrapi Patricia
Environment versus Freedom of market: the argument of “science and technology”
Marguet Laurie
Discussant
Panel #49Republicanism: living traditions and dead endsChair: Maciej Krogel2nd Chair: Katarzyna NowickaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Katarzyna Nowicka
Non-domination inside the Constitutional Tribunal? Dissent in the Polish Constitutional Tribunal
Bob Roth
Integration as Promise: Temporal Nondomination in EU Constitutional Law
Maciej Krogel
Pluralist Incommensurability and Non-Domination
Panel #50Tensions between Courts and Tribunals in the EU - a patchwork of dialogues tearing apart at its seams?Chair: Michał ZiółkowskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jakub Jaraczewski
Battle of the Robes – the road towards the CJEU examining the independence of a constitutional court?
Władysław Jóźwicki
What if the RoL principle as set up in the EU Member States’ legal systems belongs not only to their common constitutional tradition but constitute their own constitutional identity?
Bogdan Dima
Together but Separated. The Relation between Romanian Constitutional Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union
Barbara Grabowska-Moroz
How difficult distrust is? Analysis of post-Celmer implementation.
Aleksandra Kustra-Rogatka
In Courts we Trust? The CJEU Judgment of 19 November 2019 (A.K. and Others) and its Systemic Implementation.
Marcin Barański
National Constitutional Identities in EU Law: A Response to Critics
Panel #51Rule of Law in the EU - A matter of trust and understandingChair: Bartosz MARCINIAKNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bartosz MARCINIAK
Rule of law – common principle requiring understanding
Gabor Magyar
Judicial cooperation in times of distrust
Anna Perego
A Rule of Law Mechanism fit for the European Union? A regional and international perspective
Panel #52Legal Transition, Backlash, and Consensus in Processes in Family Equality on the Basis of Gender and Sexual Orientation in U.S., Hong Kong, and TaiwanChair: Suzanne KimNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kelley Loper
The Courts, Public Opinion, and the Rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Persons: A Hong Kong Perspective
Marco Wan
Original meaning and same-sex marriage in Hong Kong
Stewart Chang
There and Back Again: Progressivism and Backlash in Taiwan’s Fight for Marriage Equality
Suzanne Kim
Transitional Equality in Transnational Context
Holning Lau
Discussant
Panel #53Global Platform Power, Algorithmic Governance, and Public Law TheoryChair: Tamar MegiddoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tomer Shadmy
Democratizing Platforms Authority
Thomas Streinz
Disentangling Entangled Legalities: The Flawed Dualism of Facebook’s Oversight Board
Tilen Čuk
Sharing is (S)caring: Manufacturing Consent on Regulation of Algorithmic Financial Markets
Panel #54instruments and challenges in developing countries.Chair: Ana VianaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Cristina Aguilar Viana
digital inequality in brazil: intersectionalities, geodemographies and legal instruments
Fernanda Bourges
DIGITAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AS EXPANSION OF CITIZEN PARTICIPATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF TRUST – THE BRAZILIAN SYSTEM “FALA.BR”
Juan Pablo Nieto Ramírez
3. IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES IN THE OPEN GOVERNMENT AND DIGITAL REVOLUTION: OBJECTIVE DISRUPTED BY LEGAL AND TECHNICAL ISSUES
Pablo Souza
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AUTONOMY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THE BRAZILIAN NATIONAL DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY
Panel #55Electoral governance and democratic distrust: Brazil as a case studyChair: Joao Andrade Neto2nd Chair: Jessica Holl3rd Chair: Emilio Peluso Neder MeyerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Douglas Carvalho Ribeiro
Can a Supreme Court be an unstabilizing component for political party funding? A Brazilian case study
Emilio Peluso Neder Meyer

Jessica Holl
Limited Institutional Reforms in Transitional Contexts: demands based the case study of Women's Political Representation in Brazil
Flavia Santiago Lima
Dialogues or cooperation? Judicial intervention in the Brazilian political-electoral system
Jessica Holl
Fake News in Brazilian Electoral Law: a new challenge for old instruments
Joao Andrade Neto
The perils of electoral governance: how good decisions can undermine electoral integrity in Brazil
Leticia Regina Camargo Kreuz
Brazilian legislative branch: powers, activities and dysfunctionalities
Panel #56“Public Reason” in Constitutional Theory and PracticeChair: Wojciech Sadurski2nd Chair: Mattias KummNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mattias Kumm
Positions and concepts in battles over constitutional interpretation: What is the idea of “justifiability in terms of public reason” directed against?
Wojciech Sadurski
Is the European Court of Human Rights a court of public reasons (and why it is not)?
Alon Harel

Ofer Malcai
Populism, Elitism and Private Reason
Yoon Jin Shin
Public Reason, Constitutional Review, and the Rights of the Unpopular
Marcin Matczak
Self-defence of public institutions in Polish constitutional crisis
Panel #57Courts, Legitimacy and IdentityChair: Rafael Bezerra Nunes2nd Chair: Sebastian GuidiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rafael Bezerra Nunes
Judicial Independence, Legitimacy and digital speech regulation in Singapore
Sebastian Guidi
International court legitimacy and national identity: Lautsi as a case study
Mariana Velasco
Electoral Rights and Democratic Erosion in Latin America
Daniel Bogea
ARE INSTITUTIONS WORKING? An evolutionary approach to the role of constitutional courts in preventing democratic decay
Panel #58Revising Constitutional Politics in TurkeyChair: Silvia von SteinsdorffNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ertug Tombus
Unconstitutionalist Constitutions in Turkey
Oya Yegen
Crafting ‘Presidentialism’: the Case of Turkey
Silvia von Steinsdorff
State order beats constitutional rights: The perception of the “strong state” in the rulings of the Constitutional Court of Turkey
Panel #59Constitutional Courts and Judicial Politics in AsiaChair: SEOKMIN LEENo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rawin Leelapatana
Determining What is ‘Thai’: Thailand’s Constitutional Court and Identity Polarisation
Chien-Chih LIN

Po Jen YAP
Constitutional Convergence in East Asia
SEOKMIN LEE
A third way in the trial of political party dissolution of the Constitutional Courts?: A comparative study on Turkey, Germany and South Korea
Serkan YOLCU
A COURT BETWEEN TWO CONTINENTS: TRANSFORMATION OF CONSTITUTONAL COURT IN TURKEY TOWARDS ASIA
Panel #60The effect of Transformative Constitutionalism on Democracy: Latin America and beyond.Chair: Pablo Valdivieso KastnerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jose Luis Castro Montero
Abusive Constitutional Change: The Case of Presidential Term Limits in Latin America
Consuelo Velasco Mancheno
How transformative is the concept of transparency in the Latin American Constitutionalism?
Carlos Varela Arias
Democratic transitions, apparent democracies and constituent power: the case of the “Consejo de Participación Ciudadana y Control Social Transitorio” in Ecuador.
Pablo Valdivieso Kastner
Constitutional performance assessment: Ecuador, Bolivia and Venezuela in comparative perspective
Gandhi Vela Vargas
Democratic legitimacy of Constitutional Judges in constitutional design: A comparative study
Patricia Sotomayor Valarezo
Institutional design and Constitutional Courts: A study in eighteen countries in Latin America
Panel #61International bureaucracies and the power of shaping legal concepts: a comparative showcaseChair: Hannah BirkenkötterNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Hannah Birkenkötter
Executive interpretation within the UN system: the rule of law as a means to implement UN norms and standards
Giacomo Tagiuri
The Protean Consumer: Competing Conceptions of the Consumer as Drivers of EU Law and Policy-Making
Michele Krech
Gender, Equality, and ‘Gender Equality’ in World Athletics: The Constitution of a Global Norm by Private Regulatory Administration
Gabriele Wadlig
The Role of the UN in Global Land Governance: (Re)Conceptualizing Tenure Security for the Global Indicator Framework
Panel #62Reforming institutions in Latin America. Can courts help?Chair: Magdalena Correa HenaoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luis Eugenio García-Huidobro
The Struggle for the Weberian Dream in Latin America
Maria Emilia Mamberti
Enforcing social rights through experimentalism. Lessons from structural litigation in Argentina
Juan Carlos Covilla Martínez
Coordination under the Constitutional Court interpretation
Ana Luíza Fernandes Calil
A complex legal system that no longer works: prospects for an Administrative Reform in Brazil
Héctor David Rojas Villamil
Harmonization of Democratic and judicial virtues
Ricardo Uvalle
Marijuana legalization in Mexico: judicial activism as a catalyst for structural reforms
Panel #63New Challenges of Public Law: The Spanish Case (II)Chair: Argelia Queralt-Jiménez No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
María Díaz Crego
“Europeanising” the Spanish Constitution after 35 years of the accession
Ignacio González García
Is the fourth transitional provision of the Spanish Constitution in force?
María Pilar García Rocha
Could the Spanish Constitution be amended by the abbreviated legislative procedure in one single reading?
Angel Aday Jimenez Aleman
From “motorized statutes” to “outsourced statutes”: Analysis of Law-making trends in the Constitutional Spanish State
Panel #64New Challenges of Public Law: The Spanish Case (I)Chair: Argelia Queralt JiménezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Itziar Gómez Fernández
New Populisms and Constitutional Review: Recovering The Lost Legitimacy
Carmen Montesinos Padilla
The Constitutionalization of European Economic Policy and the Dismantling of the Welfare State. Guidelines for Change in Spain
David Moya
Public Administration collection and storage of massive data and the advanced provision of social services
Argelia Queralt Jiménez
The digitalization of the public sphere and its impact on political fundamental rights
Panel #65NYU Global Fellow Panel on Reinforcing the trust in EU public policiesChair: Mihaela TofanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Anne Witt
Exploitative Abuses in The Age of Dominant Digital Platforms – The German Facebook Case
Matteo Bonelli
The past, present, and future of Union membership: a constitutional analysis
Mihaela Tofan
The Challenges of Consolidating the Corporate Taxation within EU
Panel #66The Principle of Mutual Recognition in Times of Distrust: EU and national perspectives (II)Chair: Rui Tavares LanceiroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Henrik Wenander
Mutual Recognition and Mutual Trust in Social Security Coordination
Luis Arroyo Jiménez
Mutual recognition in multilevel administrative States: the case of Spain
Mariolina Eliantonio

Rui Tavares Lanceiro
The Principle of Mutual Recognition in Times of Distrust: Concluding Remarks
Panel #67Power(s), State(s) and protection of fundamental rights in the digital eraChair: Lorenzo CasiniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Oreste Pollicino
Data Protection and Freedom of Expression Beyond EU borders: EU Judicial Perspectives in the Digital Era
Sofia Ranchordas
Trust in digital government: Is the right to make a mistake the answer?
Amnon Reichman
Transnational Legal and Technological Pluralism? Cybernetic Jurisdiction, Regime and Rights
Andrea Simoncini
“We the Followers” – Constitutional dimensions of Big-Tech Powers
Panel #68Constitutional Retrogression: New Questions and ResponsesChair: Asli BaliNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Oren Tamir
Constitutional Norm Entrepreneuring
Hedayat Heikal
Does Comparative Constitutional Law Need an Anti-Canno
Joshua Braver
The Myth of Recurrent Court-Packing
Pieter Augustin Van Malleghem
BEYOND CONCEPTUALISM IN CONSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT
Nadiv Mordechay
Norm breaking, co-optive trolling and constitutional change
Panel #69"Trusting UN machinery to support better access to economic, social and cultural rights among states towards indigenous groups"Chair: Narissa RamsundarNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
David Matas
2. “The UN Treaty Body: Catalyst for Change?”
Regina Paulose
“Enforcing the UNDRIP”
Narissa Ramsundar
“Enforcing the Covenant on IESCR through UN machinery”
Panel #70The Relevance of Latin American Transformative Constitutionalism for EuropeChair: Justyna ŁacnyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Armin von Bogdandy
The Conceptual Relevance of Latin American Transformative Constitutionalism for Europe
Flavia Piovesan
Latin American Transformative Constitutionalism: Lessons from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
Manuel Góngora-Mera
Gender/Sex and Transformative Constitutionalism: Women and LGBTI Rights in the Colombian Constitutional Jurisprudence
Pál Sonnevend
Transformative Constitutionalism in Times of Crises: Can Multilevel Constitutionalism Take Over?
Silvia Steininger
On Butterflies and Dung Beetles: The Future of Transformative Jurisprudence in Regional Human Rights Courts
Panel #71Identity: The Impact of the German Concept on the V4 Countries’ JurisprudenceChair: Kriszta Kovacs2nd Chair: Gabor Attila TothNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Monika Polzin
The German concept: Identity and Eternity
Ladislav Vyhnanek
The constitutional identity of the Czech Republic
Jakub Neumann
Constitutional identity as an ultima ratio argument
Michał Ziółkowski
Perspectives on the Polish Constitutional Identity: The Use of the Constitutional Tribunal Concept as a Litmus Paper
Kriszta Kovacs
Constructing an Alternative to Anti-Constitutionalist Identity
Panel #72Citizenship and Dis/TrustChair: Erin DelaneyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jo Shaw
Trusting in constitutional citizenship
Eva Van Vugt
(Dis)trusting the citizen: Historical debates on the expansion of suffrage in the Netherlands
Matija Milos
(RE)CREATING CITIZENSHIP THROUGH DIRECT DEMOCRACY: A CAUTIONARY TALE FROM CROATIA
Antonia Wagner
Double Standards Mistrust against naturalised citizens using the example of Austria
Marcelo Carvalho-Loureiro
Global North, Global South and citizenship dis/trust
Regina Paulose
Statelessness and Mass Atrocities: Cases for Concern
Panel #73Investment Arbitration and the Value of TrustChair: Silvia SteiningerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ewa Zelazna

EU International Investment Treaties: Enhancing Trust in International Legal Space?
Paolo Vargiu

Stakeholders of Investment Arbitration: Establishing a Dialogue between Arbitrators and other actors in international investment law
Gustavo Prieto

The role of constitutional courts in international investment law: Setting standards of trust for judicial dialogue
Pedro Villarreal

Between wariness and distrust: Exhaustion of local remedies clauses in investment agreements
Panel #74Trust, Dissent and the Future of EU ConstitutionalismChair: Grainne de BurcaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gabor Halmai
Respecting Domestic Democracy and Identity vs. Defending EU Values – The Case of Hungary
Mattias Kumm
A Constitutional Moment 2020 – Downplayed?
Christoph Moellers
The Core Problem of EU Constitutional Structure
Matej Avbelj
Revitalization of EU Constitutionalism?
Panel #75Eurasian constitutionalismChair: Will PartlettNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Will Partlett
Eurasian Constitutionalism and the Strong State
Alexandra Troitskaya
Constitutionalism under attack: In search of effective defense mechanisms
Tatyana Kramova
Values as Declarations: How Constitutional Review Fails to Safeguard Core Commitments of Constitutionalism in Russia
Aziz Ismatov
Do the Challenges of the 21st Century Show on Central Asia’s (Post)-Socialist, (Post)-Authoritarian Constitutions?
Armen Mazmanyan
Perils of Kelsenian constitutional courts? Addressing the deconstitutionalization of the judiciary in post-Soviet countries.
Panel #76Book Panel on Madhav Khosla, India's Founding Moment: The Constitution of on of a Most Surprising DemocracyChair: Sujit ChoudhryNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Madhv Khosla
Responses to comments by Choudhry, Fowkes, Issacharoff, Kumm & Scheppele.
James Fowkes
Comments on Khosla, India's Founding Moment.
Samuel Issacharoff
Comments on Khosla, India's Founding Moment.
Mattias Kumm
Comments on Khosla, India's Founding Moment.
Kim Scheppele
Comments on Khosla, India's Founding Moment.
Panel #77Human Rights Diligence - A Precondition of TrustChair: Izabela Schiffauer2nd Chair: Evelyne SchmidNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Evelyne Schmid
Diligent parliaments: Is increasing the deliberative engagement of parliaments with international human rights norms a contribution to trust, a manifestation thereof, a complication or even a threat?
Robert C. Blitt
Human Rights Diligence: The Hijacking of Regional Human Rights Mechanisms
Yury Safoklov
International Consensus on Human Rights: Status quo, Problems, Perspectives
Peter Schiffauer
Human Rights credibility and the dialectics of trust and distrust
Ricardo Sergio Schmitz Filho
Human Rights Due Diligence in the EU Context and its Relation with Corporate Social Responsibility, Trust, Investment and Risk Management
Izabela Schiffauer
Calling for Dissent: A Glance at Extraterritorial Regulation and Jurisdiction through a Lens of Human Rights
Panel #78How to make inclusive cities a reality: new challenges and perspectives.Chair: John DinanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Erika Arban
Spatial asymmetries, cities and constitutional law
Paola Pannia
THE CITIZENSHIPS' WALTZ or how citizenship turns local and global: a comparative perspective across EU countries
Claudia Marchese
Which perspective for the development of the right to the city in Europe?
Giuseppe Laneve
Cities and cultural rights
Pasquale Viola
“Glocal” Comparative Law in Action: the Role of Cities in Facing Environmental Issues
Panel #79When You Put Your Trust into Wrong Persons: Indonesia's ExperienceChair: Fritz Edward SiregarNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Fritz Edward Siregar
Supervising Election Process: Enhance Trust Towards Election Process
Feri Amsari
From Hero to Zero: Distrust in Government under Jokowi’s Regime
Pan Mohamad Faiz
The Fall and Rise of Public Trust towards the Indonesian Constitutional Court
Bivitri Susanti
The Failure of Institutional Reform? The Case of Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission and the Supreme Court
Susi Dwi Harijanti
Contesting and Defending Trust: The Case of Indonesian Law Making During the Reform Era
Atip Latipulhayat
Model of Public Participation in the Process of Ratification of International Treaties: The Case of Indonesia
Panel #80The Legacies of Authoritarian SocialismChair: Will Partlett2nd Chair: Maciej BernattNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Will Partlett
Centralized State Discourse and Authoritarian Socialism
Maciej Bernatt

Michal Michał Ziolkowski
Statutory anti-constitutionalism. Delimiting the concept.
Anuj Bhuwania
Fundamental Duties and Constitutional pedagogy in contemporary India
Radosveta Vassileva
Pretending to Reform in the EU: The Shadow of Socialism Haunts Bulgaria's Constitution”.
Monika Papp
EU Economic Law and the Return of the State in Hungary
Panel #81Human Dignity, Trust, and Democratic CommunityChair: Erin DalyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Daniel Bedford
Respecting the dignity, preserving trust: reflections on the judicial construction of democracy and the rule of law in the UK
Alex Batesmith
In the Absence of the Rule of Law: Everyday Lawyering, Dignity and Resistance in Myanmar’s ‘Disciplined Democracy’
James May
Overlooking Human Dignity in Environmental Outcomes
Andrea Pin
Dignity, Conflict, and Reconciliation
Panel #82Key Judicial Institutions: Opportunities and Ways to Increase Public Trust in Selected Asian ContextsChair: Aydin AtilganNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rustam Atadjanov
Constitutional Justice in Kazakhstan: A Comparative Perspective
Aydin Atilgan
Resistance against International Law from Domestic Courts: A Review of Turkish Courts’ Stance
Sergey Sayapin
Strengthening the Independence of Judiciary in Central Asia
Panel #83Clashing Interests and Fundamental RightsChair: Lynn HillaryNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nathalie Schnabl
Inequality and access to the rule of law
Lynn Hillary
Mutual Trust and Fundamental Rights: a Balancing Act
Mirjam van Schaik
Gods and Monsters: how to qualify Religion? Balancing believe(able) Interests
Tom Herrenberg
Blasphemy and the European Court of Human Rights
Panel #84Constitutional Court in a democratic system: between constitutional reform and constitutionalization of legislationChair: Aleksei Dolzhikov2nd Chair: Svetlana LonskayaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aleksei Dolzhikov
“To be continued”: sequels in dialogue of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation with legislator
Evgeniya Gerasimova
The Role of the Dissenting and Concurring Opinions in the Constitutional Justice of Russia
Svetlana Lonskaya
The constitutional courts judges in Russia: what are they? (demographic, social, professional background)
Alexander Salenko
The Russian Constitutional Court (RCC) and Freedom of Peaceful Assembly (FPA): a complicated interrelation between ideal and reality.
Panel #85Illiberal populism, rule of law and constitutional democracy. Central Europe and Central-Eastern Europe as a testing ground.Chair: Adam CzarnotaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Martin Krygier
ILLIBERALISM AND THE RULE OF LAW
Michał Paździora
Constitutionalism or constitutional dogmatics?
Wojciech Sadurski
On the “invisibility” of electoral autocracies
Michał Stambulski
Populism and Jurisprudence in the Rulings of the Polish Constitutional Court 2017-2020
Adam Czarnota
Peripheral liberalism, illiberalism and democracy
Panel #86Deference - The Legal Concept and Legal Practice - Book presentation and continued comparative researchChair: Gary Lawson2nd Chair: Guy SeidmanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yoav Dotan
commentary on book
Aileen Kavanagh
commentary on book
Cora Chan
commentary on book
Shai Dothan
commentary on book
Sofia Ranchordas
Prof. Ranchordas has kindly agreed to serve as Panel Chair
Panel #87Judicial Accountability and/or Judicial IndependenceChair: Emilio Meyer2nd Chair: Thomas Bustamante3rd Chair: Renata UitzNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Emilio Meyer

Thomas Bustamante
Judicial Accountability in Brazil: A Case of Unconstitutional Ineffectiveness
Tímea Drinóczi
The functioning of illiberal constitutionalism: Polish and Hungarian case studies on judicial independence
Neliana Rodean
Romanian Judicial independence under pressure
Anna Sobaczewska
Judicial Accountability – its manifestations and paradoxes
Jan Van Zyl Smit
Judicial independence and accountability in Kenya: the impact of constitutional reform and implementation, including judicial vetting
Panel #88Dis(Trust) in Anti Discrimination Law? Limits To and Backlash Against Anti Discrimination Law: Comparative PerspectivesChair: Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Barbara Havelkova
Is the general principle of equality a false friend to the specific prohibition of discrimination on suspect grounds?
Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez
Take objections to anti-discrimination law seriously? For a spatial and consequentialist theory of anti-discrimination law
Laurie Marguet
The ambivalent role of the gender equality argument in the legal treatment of the Muslim veil: A Franco-German Analysis
Mathias Möschel
Anti Discrimination Law in Civil Law Jurisdictions
Julie Ringelheim
Equality Law in an Age of Rising Inequalities. Potential and Limits of the Antidiscrimination Legal Framework to address Economic Inequalities
Julie Suk
How Should Legal Feminists Respond to Political Backlash? The ERA and the Trump Administration
Panel #89Compliance with constitutionsChair: Jerg GutmannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jerg Gutmann

Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska

Stefan Voigt
Leader characteristics and constitutional compliance
Jan FAŁKOWSKI

Jacek LEWKOWICZ
Are adjudication panels strategically selected? The case of the constitutional court in Poland
Jacek LEWKOWICZ

Jan FAŁKOWSKI

Katarzyna METELSKA-SZANIAWSKA
Political conflict, political polarization, and constitutional compliance
Anna LEWCZUK

Jacek LEWKOWICZ
Civil society and compliance with constitutions
Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska
Discussant
Panel #90Human Dignity: New Frontiers and ChallengesChair: Kai MöllerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mattias Kumm
Human Dignity, Justification, and the Structure of Public Institutions
Christopher McCrudden
Beyond the “Usual Suspects”: Human Dignity beyond the Global North
Kai Möller
The Dignitarian Structure of the Culture of Justification
Sarah Trotter
The Right to Hope in European Human Rights Law
Panel #91Judicial publicity and exposure to the public: threat and/or opportunity?Chair: Diego Werneck ArguelhesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vigjilenca Abazi
Transparency in the Era of Populist Politics: What role for the Judicial Branch?
Diego Werneck Arguelhes
The Open Court and its enemies: a (contingent) argument for publicity in judicial deliberations
Aparna Chandra
Without Fear or Favour: The Collegium System of Judicial Appointments and Threats to Judicial Independence in India
Patricia Anne Sta Maria
Seeing and Believing: Examining the Relationship Between Exposure/Publicity and Judicial Legitimacy in the Philippine Democratic Framework
Francisca Pou Giménez
Transformation and resistance: the Mexican Supreme Court publicity system in times of populism
Panel #92Dissent over Remedies against Immunity: The Italian–German Stalemate and Possible Ways OutChair: Anne Peters2nd Chair: Valentina VolpeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andreas von Arnauld
Deadlocked in Dualism: Negotiating for a Final Settlement
Raffaela Kunz
Teaching the World Court Makes a Bad Case: On the Complex Relationship between Domestic and International Courts
Alessandro Bufalini
The Individual’s Right of Access to Justice and the Quest for a Diplomatic Solution
Filippo Fontanelli
Assembling a Reparation Scheme Like It's IKEA: Ten Simple Instructions
Panel #93Critical perspectives on Algorithmic governance: problematisations of law, power and controlChair: Marta Maroni2nd Chair: Riikka KouluNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jenni Hakkarainen
Collective redress and digital power
Marta Maroni
Platform regulation and the conceptual challenges of automation
Ida Koivisto
Thinking inside the Box: The Promise and Boundaries of Transparency in Automated Decision-Making
Monika Zalnieriute
Rule of Law 'By Design'?
Riikka Koulu
The (false?) promise of human control over machines
Panel #94Trust and pluralism in contemporary societies: The role of the ECtHRChair: Stefania Ninatti 2nd Chair: Maurizio Arcari No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tania Pagotto

Chiara Chisari
The construction of trust through the recognition of truth in the ECtHR jurisprudence
Andrea Cesarini
ECHR’s jurisprudence and equal treatment of religious denominations
Nadia Spadaro
The role of the ECtHR in building trust of minorities in democratic institutions: the right to education
Marco Galimberti
In courts we (still) trust? Constitutional tribunals and the ECtHR in a time of crises
Francesca Pirola
Who’s afraid of pluralism? The new challenges of the European Border Regime in the ECtHR case-law
Panel #95Interpretation of the Legal Concept of Human Dignity in the 21st CenturyChair: Andrea Bertolini No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sümeyye Elif Biber

Andrea Bertolini
The Role of Human Dignity in AI Design: Shattering the Idle of Self-Determination
Augusto Wiegand Cruz
Human Dignity: Reflections Around its Core Protective Goal and Some of its Actual Challenges
Gabriel Alejandro Encinas Duarte
Human Dignity: From Metatheoretical Uncertainty
Panel #96Inclusion v Exclusion: toward an Algorithmic-shaped citizenship?Chair: Graziella RomeoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marco Bassini
Internet platforms: free speech facilitators or state actors?
Elisa Bertolini
Rated by the algorithm: suggestions from the Chinese Social Credit System
Giovanni De Gregorio
Private governance of expressions: excluding citizens for democratic debate
Panel #97‘Why Are We Still Together?’ – The Role of Narratives in the ‘Future(s) of European Integration’Chair: Marco Goldoni2nd Chair: Vlad PerjuNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sabine Mair
Stories about Deliberating European Union Citizens
Massimo Fichera
Constitutional Time and the rule of law
Paul Linden-Retek
Analogies of law: Narrative thinking and the post-national polity
Panel #98EU horizontal subsidiarity – Strengthen citizens social trustChair: Andrea SimonciniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sara Benvenuti
Migration, cross-border control and horizontal subsidiarity in Europe
Elia Cremona
Towards subsidiarity and beyond: political CSR in the EU framework
Marianna Török
Trustworthiness of not-for-profit organisations
Elisa Spiller
Europe and its Foundations
Panel #99The Global South and Varieties of ConstitutionalismChair: Michael Riegner2nd Chair: Philipp DannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Philipp Dann
The Southern Turn in Comparative Constitutional Law
Michael Riegner
Varieties of Constitutionalism: Contestations of Liberalism in Comparative Constitutional Law
Conrado Hübner Mendes
Bolsonaro's Informal LawKit: autocratizing without legal change
Theunis Roux
Constitutional Populism in South Africa: Variation on an Old Theme?
Panel #100EU Criminal Justice Cooperation, (Dist)trust and the Future of Mutual Recognition (Duplicate)Chair: Adriano MartufiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jannemieke Jannemieke Ouwerkerk
Mutual Recognition and Fundamental Rights Protection in an EU Area of Justice: The Other Side of Distrust
Wojciech Jasiński
Mutual trust in times of rule of law crisis
Vanessa Vanessa Franssen
The European Public Prosecutor’s Office: Institutionalised Distrust Promoting EU-Wide Trust?
Stanislaw Tosza
Digital evidence: quantum leap of mutual trust in times of distrust
Adriano Martufi
Enforcing Sentences across the EU: A Double Standard on Mutual Trust?
Panel #101The Dichotomy and Mutual Interplay within Multilevel Legal OrdersChair: Federica BaldanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marjan Kos
Constitutional Diversity and Differentiation in the European Union
Maja Sahadzic
Exploring constitutional asymmetry as a federal advice in conflict accommodation
Jakob Gasperin
Harmonized EU Standards and Constitutional Identities
Julian Scholtes
Constitutional pluralism beyond ideal theory
Anne-Carlijn Prickartz
The Use and Abuse of Constitutional Identity (Claims) in the European Union
Jaka Kukavica
Constitutional Traditions Common to the Member States in CJEU Jurisprudence: A Genesis
Panel #102The Role of Public Trust in Regulating LobbyingChair: Barry SolaimanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Odile Ammann
Lobby Regulation, Democracy, and Public Trust: A Critical Evaluation of Swiss Lobbying Law
Andreea Năstase

Natassa Athanasiadou
The Regulation of Standards of Conduct for European Commissioners and Members of the European Parliament: A Comparative Perspective
Emilia Korkea-aho
Sunday Dinners and Hot Baths in a ‘Wild Wild North’? The Nordic Discussions on Lobbying Regulation and Implications for the EU Transparency Agenda
Panel #103Comparative and empirical approaches to proportionalityChair: Andrej Lang2nd Chair: Niels Petersen3rd Chair: Mota KremnitzerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Talya Steiner

Andrej Lang

Mota Kremnitzer
Comparative and Empirical Insights into Judicial Practice: Towards an Integrative Model of Proportionality
Niels Petersen
Alexy and the “German” Model of Proportionality – An empirical evaluation of the reconstructive dimension of the Theory of Constitutional Rights
Moshe Cohen-Eliya

Iddo Porat
Proportionality in the Age of Populism
Anne von Aaaken

Roee Sarel
The Decision Architecture of Proportionality Analysis: Cognitive Biases and Heuristics
Panel #104Lawfare, Criminalization of the Political Opposition and Political Violence in Latin AmericaChair: Oswaldo Ruiz-ChiribogaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Roberto Manuel Carlés
Lawfare in Latin America
Damián Loreti
Violation of Inter-American Human Rights Standards on Criminal Prosecution and Political Proscription. Concomitant Effects in the Economic
Fernando Casado
Lawfare in Ecuador: the mean to obliterate political adversaries
Gina Donoso
Collective trauma, political impunity and challenges for psychosocial recovery in Ecuador
Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga
Banning political opponents by including term limits. The 2018 referendum in Ecuador and the restriction of political rights
Panel #105‘New’ Human RightsChair: Holning LauNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mart Susi
Novelty Aspect in Human Rights Development
Andreas von Arnauld

Jens Theilen
Rhetoric of Rights
Judit Sandor
Genetics as a Catalyst for New Human Rights
Holning Lau
Right to Gender Recognition
Kelley Loper
Discussant
Panel #106GLOBAL APPROACHES TO DISSENT: THEORY, HISTORY, LAW, AND ACTIONChair: Denis De Castro Halis2nd Chair: Hanne PetersenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Denis De Castro Halis
Concept and Practice of Dissent: the Core of Fundamental Political Rights
Hanne Petersen
Resistance and Dissent: Jeanne d’Arc and Greta Thunberg – female dissent in history and in the 21st Century
Hiroshi Fukurai
Dissent in International Law and the Need for Cognitive Revolution and Mutual Cognitive Liberation: The Deconstruction of Legal Fictions of the State and the Corporation with Original Nation Approaches (ONAIL)
Pui-yin LO
Dissent … #bewater … from Hong Kong
Panel #107CONSTITUTIONALISM AND DEMOCRACY IN THE TIMES OF DISTRUST AND DISSENT (I)Chair: David Law 2nd Chair: Asli Olcay No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gonzalo A. Ramirez-Cleves
Constitutionalism and protest. The case of protests of November 21 in Colombia
Felipe Clavijo-Ospina
The role of the Office of the Attorney General in the protests of 21N in Colombia in order to protect Human Rights
Natalia Angel-Cabo
Inclusion, Cities and the Law: Rethinking Urban Planning in the Context of Increased Legal Action in Colombia
Juliano Zaiden Benvindo
The Party Fragmentation Paradox in Brazil: A Shield Against Authoritarianism?
Panel #108CONSTITUTIONALISM AND DEMOCRACY IN THE TIMES OF DISTRUST AND DISSENT (II) (Duplicate)Chair: Marian Ahumada 2nd Chair: Magdalena Correa No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Leopoldo Gama
Constitutionalism. A quasi-pure procedural justice approach.
Juan Jose Janampa
Can we consider the pre-commitment argument appropriate for the defense of a constitutional theory?
Marireyna Rojas - Serra
Corruption, Democracy and Human Rights: The Venezuelan Case
Luis Fernando Bermeo
How can be build a global constitutionalism without state, in the context of contemporary globalization? An inquiry
Panel #109The future of constitutional identity in the European legal orderChair: Silvia SuteuNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Monica Claes
Is 'constitutional identity’ an appropriate tool to protect national value preferences?
Monika Polzin
The concept of constitutional identity: still useful or too prone to abuse?
Julian Scholtes
Abusing constitutional identity
Bosko Tripkovic
The Meaning and Value of Constitutional Identity in Europe
Panel #110Trust and Judicial Decision-Making: a comparative analysis from Colombia, Brazil and the UK.Chair: David Vitale2nd Chair: Fernanda FarinaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Fernanda Farina
Trusted courts or distrusting judges? A socio-legal inquiry on judicial activism in Brazil
Lily Guzman
A legitimate court in an unjust system: the case of the Colombian Special Jurisdiction for Peace
David Vitale
Trust and Legitimate Expectations: A Relationship in Need of Conceptualisation
Panel #111Methodological challenges in EU administrative lawChair: Paul CraigNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giacinto della Cananea
The European legal area: beyond ‘comparative law’?
Joana Mendes
EU administrative law scholarship through the lens of comparative law
Luis Arroyo Jiménez
European administrative law as a system
Filipe Brito Bastos
Cutting the national cord in European administrative law
Panel #112Trust, Transparency and Participation in the rulemaking processChair: Antonio IannuzziNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Olivia Pini
Possible sources of legitimation for Authorities between trust and distrust
Nadia Spadaro
The notice and comment procedure as a mean of building trust in public institutions
Giovanni Barozzi Reggiani
The participation by the public in the enforcement procedures institued by National Regulatory Authorities: an instrument of “indirect rulemaking”
Beatrice Rabai
The role of trust in Financial Regulation
Panel #113Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments? Discussing the 2020 Amendments to the Constitution of RussiaChair: Caroline von Gall2nd Chair: Fabian BurkhardtNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maxim Timofeev
Recent Constitutional Change in Russia: Neither Constitutional, nor Democratic
Caroline von Gall

Fabian Burkhardt
Authoritarian Succession Management by Amendments: The Case of Putin’s 2020 Constitutional Reform
Kirill Koroteev
Amendments to the Interplay between International and Municipal Law: Decentralisation of Disorder?
Grigory Vaypan
The Fate of the Russian Constitutional Court under the 2020 Constitutional Amendments
Panel #114The separation of powers in political theory and social discourse: conceptual and methodological challengesChair: Gianluigi PalombellaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
David Kosar
Rise of the Unelected and the Separation of Powers: Rescuing the Legislature through Political Representation and Public Justification
Katarína Katarína
Reconstructing the Understanding of the Role of Judicial Self-Governance in the Separation of Powers
Eoin Carolan
Institutional relationships in the separation of powers
Silvia Gagliardi
Alternative constitutional narratives: Frames of recognition and methodological questions
Mathieu Leloup
The internationalisation of the separation of powers
Panel #115Civic Action and the Rule of Law: Challenging government powers and their responsesChair: Sanne TaekemaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jeff Handmaker

Sanne Taekema
O Lungo Drom / taking the long route: Explaining the potential of legal mobilization as counterpower
Rory O'Connell
Litigating the Constitution in a Divided Society
Michal Stambulski
Constitutionalism and Masses. View on/from Poland
Michal Pazdziora
Discussant
Panel #116Constitutionalism from Crisis to CollaborationChair: Aileen KavanaghNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kate O'Regan
Comment on Book
Michaela Hailbronner
Comment on book
Po-Jen Yap
Comment on Book
Erin Delaney
Comment on Book
Panel #117The Rule of Law and Private PowerChair: Paul Burgess2nd Chair: Jeff KingNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jeff King
Anarchy, private power and the rule of law
Sanne Taekema
Follow the power: Why the rule of law directly concerns private actors
Martin Krygier
The rule of law: beyond state and law
Paul Burgess
Googling the equivalence of private arbitrary power and state arbitrary power
Panel #118In Participation we Trust ?Chair: Panagiotis ZinonosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jasmin Hiry
The European Citizens’ Initiative: Participation for all?
Marie Gerardy
The privatisation of law-making through standardisation: Over-participation of economic actors?
Annalisa Volpato
Participation and Transparency of International Standards Incorporated in EU Aviation Policy
Pavlina Hubkova
Ex post participation : Judicial process as a substitute or as a complement to other kinds of participation
Panel #119Democratic Constitutional TheoryChair: Bryan Dennis TiojancoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bryan Dennis Tiojanco
Twin Genre Mistakes about Philippine Constitutional Democracy
Gautam Bhatia
India's Transformative Constitution
Isaac Pasha
Constitutional Structure of Super Laws
Marcus Teo
Free Speech, Trust in Institutions and the Proof of Fake News in Singapore
Panel #120Subnational constitutions in a context of contest or dissentChair: Nicholas Aroney2nd Chair: Eva Maria BelserNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
patricia Popelier
An introduction to subnational constitutions in a context of consent or dissent
Robert Williams
Subcomparing subnational constitutions
Werner Reutter
Land constitutions and cooperative federalism: the German case
Maja Sahadzic
Subnatioal constitutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Nicholas Steytler
Subnational constitutions in South Africa
Giacomo Delledonne
Subnational constitutions in Italy
Panel #121A Cross-Disciplinary Approach to the New Challenges of DemocracyChair: Svetlana TyulkinaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
licia Bosco Damous
The Totalitarian Dimension of Neoliberalism and the Rise of Neo-Fascism
Delphine Faivre
The Intergenerational Trust in Public Environnemental Law
Pénélope Dufourt
A Normative Approach to Interculturality: A Condition for Restoring the Trust in Public Law
Thomas Coster
Trust and the Use of Comparative Arguments in Constitutional Courts
Panel #122Digital Exclusion: The Role of Literacy, Gender, and Race in the Digital AgeChair: Catarina Santos BotelhoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Clara Iglesias Keller
Digital Inequality in Brazil: the Normative Framework
Giovanni De Gregorio
Private Governance of Expressions: Excluding Citizens for Democratic Debate
Ingrid Leijten

Sofia Ranchordas
Digital Literacy and the Right to Education
Max Vetzo
Of Algorithms and Fundamental Rights
Panel #123Continuous Transition? Nation, Identity and Constitutional Transition in Central Eastern EuropeChair: Lóránt CsinkNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Agnieszka Bień-Kacała

Anna Tarnowska

Wojciech Włoch
Transition to democracy in Poland. The unfinished process?
Václav Stehlik

Maxim Tomoszek
Constitutional Identity in the Czech Republic – A Stable Protection Against Populism and Democratic Backsliding?
Lóránt Csink
Paradise Lost? Thirty Years after Transition
Zoltán Pozsár-Szentmiklósy
The stability of CEE constitutions in light of their social context
Panel #124Cities and climate change: law, policies and institutional contextChair: Mariolina EliantonioNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Josephine van Zeben
Discussant
Émilie Chevalier
Cities in the fight against climate change: legal duties and accountability
Carlo Colombo
Unsustainable urban mobility in EU cities: explaining challenges of multi-level coordination
Yseult Marique
Climate change in London: tensions between local and central government
Emmanuel Slautsky
Cities and climate change: changing powers and changing responsibilities
Gherardo Carullo
Blockchain as a new model of public-private partnerships towards sustainability
Panel #125Feminism and (gore) capitalism: a talk about women, labour, law and constitutionalismChair: Ana Micaela ALTERIONo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mariana Canotilho
Reflections on the subject
Francisca Pou Giménez
Reflections on the subject
Guilherme Vasconcelos Vilaca
Reflections on the subject
Tatiana Alfonso Sierra
Reflections on the subject
Ana Micaela Alterio
Reflections on the subject
Panel #126Controls in a shared administration - the enforcement of EU LawChair: Sabrina Röttger-WirtzNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mariolina Eliantonio
Agencies and MS cooperation in inspection tasks: do accountability regimes follow suit?
Tas Sarah
Frontex actions: out of control? The complexity of composite decision-making procedures
Luisa Marin
Controlling escapes from law: the externalization of migration policies as shared administration of EU borders with Third Countries and its effects on accountability
Lilian Tsourdi
Holding the European Asylum Support Office Accountable for its role in Asylum Decision-Making: Mission Impossible?
Maurizia De Bellis
Controlling administrative inspections: EU enforcement and fundamental rights
Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz
Enforcement of EU pharmaceutical: inspection cooperation from global to EU to national level
Panel #127How Constitutional Rights MatterChair: Rosalind DixonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Adam Chilton

Mila Versteeg
How Constitutional Rights Matter
Katharine Young
How Constitutional Rights Matter
Siri Gloppen
How Constitutional Rights Matter
David Landau
How Constitutional Rights Matter
Panel #128Empirical Studies of Human Rights LawChair: Alex SchwartzNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Natalie Davidson
Explaining the Gap between Commitment and Compliance: International Human Rights Law in Israeli Courts
Tamar Hostovsky Brandes
Explaining the Gap between Commitment and Compliance: International Human Rights Law in Israeli Courts
Silvia Steininger
Talking to Strangers? How Regional Human Rights Courts Use Communication as a Legitimation Strategy vis-à-vis Defiant State Parties
Mila Versteeg
Constitutional Crises: A Comparative and Empirical Account
Nina Reiners
Transnational Lawmaking Coalitions for Human Rights
Veronika Fikfak
Friendly Settlements before the European Court of Human Rights
Panel #129Constitutional challenges at the Western Balkans: distrust in institutions or people?Chair: Zsolt SzabóNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Violeta Beširević
‘Demarcation sovereignty’ and derecognition of states: the case of Kosovo
Marko Božić
The 2019 Montenegrin Religious Freedom Act and the separation of churches and state
Adea Pirdeni
The constitutional struggle of reinstating the trust in the judiciary in Albania
Miroslav Djordjevic
Constitutional challenges of presidential powers in Serbia
Denis Preshova
Europeanization of judicial culture in North Macedonia
Lukáš Vomlela
The development of the party system of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Panel #130The Curious Incident of the Central-European Populist Regimes with the ‘Vox Populi’Chair: Fruzsina Gárdos-OroszNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Fruzsina Gárdos-Orosz
Still Countermajoritarian? The Constitutional Court of Hungary
Aleksandra Kustra-Rogatka
The Game of Appearances. The Facade Political Constitutionalism and the (Ab)use of Counter-majoritarian Institutions in Poland
Izabela Skomerska-Muchowska
In (which) law we trust? Constitutional democracy in the Member States and European values
Emese Szilágyi
Channelling the Will of the People in Populist Hungary
Zoltán Szente
Discussant
Michal Andrzej Krajewski
Discussant
Panel #131Legislation in the Visegrad countries (CZ, HU, SK, PL)Chair: Zsolt SzabóNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Simona Farkašová
Legislation in Slovakia
Mateusz Pękala
Legislative inflation in Poland
Michal Riha
Vox populi as a driving force for lawmakers in the Czech Republic
Zsolt Szabó
More, longer, faster – 30 years of legislation in Hungary
Panel #132Trust but verify - Have CEE constitutions laid a solid base or provided a difficult terrain for building trust in post-communist countries?Chair: Paloma Krõõt TupayNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Zoltán Pozsár-Szentmiklósy
Trust in democracy and Hungary`s constitutions
Bianca Selejan-Guțan
30 Years After: Trust’s Labour’s Lost. A Romanian Perspective
Katarzyna Szwed
The Polish Constitution of compromise – passed or failed the exam of consolidating the achievements of the political transformation?
Paloma Krõõt Tupay
The Constitution of the Republic of Estonia: A trust-worthy fairy tale?
Panel #133International and National Institutions, Cultural Heritage and TrustChair: Andrea AverardiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Livia Baldinelli
Cultural Heritage and Formalized Universe: Paradise Lost?
Clizia Franceschini
Is Cultural Heritage a Tool to Rebuild Trust in National and International Institutions?
Mariafrancesca Cataldo
Trust and International Security: the Role of the UN Security Council in Facing Unlawful Destruction of Cultural Heritage
Panel #134Foreign Election Interference and Democratic Distrust: A Comparative View of Public Law ApproachesChair: Yasmin DawoodNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Irene Couzigou
A New Law against Foreign Election Interference in France
Yasmin Dawood
Foreign Election Interference and Cyber-Resilience: Canada’s Multi-Faceted Approach
Jacob Eisler
Strangers in Strange Lands: Constitutional Formalities, Power Realities, and Comparative Anglophone Responses to Foreign Electoral Meddling
Lori Ringhand
The Shakedown
Panel #135Comparative Political Process Theory: Taking Malfunction SeriouslyChair: Christoph MoellersNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Stephen Gardbaum
Comparative Political Process Theory
Rosalind Dixon
Political Malfunction and Weak Review: Blind Spots and Burdens of Inertia
Michaela Hailbronner
Self-Dealing and Malfunction: Attempting a More Minimalist Approach
Ittai Bar-Simon-Tov
Legislative Process Theory in the Age of Populism and Nationalism
James Fowkes
Defaults, not limits: how to globalize weak-form review and process theory across a fundamental constitutional divide
Panel #136Transplants in the European administrative space: tales of resistanceChair: Yseult MariqueNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Emmanuel Slautsky
Independent regulators in Belgian public law
Ulrich Stelkens
Public Procurement and Competitive Award Procedures in Germany
Petra Lea Láncos
The failure of the leniency program in Hungary
Dacian Dragos
Romanian Administrative Law: between national pragmatism and European values
Sophie Boyron
Proportionality in English administrative law: a strategy of deceptive reception
Emilie Chevalier
Legitimate expectations and legal certainty in French administrative law
Panel #137Trust in European Migration Law: Migrants, Courts, Human Rights and Economic reasoningChair: Tesseltje de LangeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Dora Kostakopoulou

Lea Klarenbeek

Tesseltje de Lange
THE MISMEASURE OF INTEGRATION: societal unease/success of THIRD COUNTRY NATIONAL’s IN THE EU
Karen Geertsema
Trust of national courts in administrative authorities: does article 47 Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union offer a helping hand?
Jasper Krommendijk

Tesseltje de Lange
Are the rich less deserving of rights? Explaining the puzzle of Dutch non-referral to the CJEU of economic migration from outside the EU
Leila Faghfouri Azar
Law and Exploitation: The limits of the European regime of human rights to protect irregular migrants in labour relations
Paola Pannia
The Frontiers of Rights: Exploring Solidarity in the Case-law of the Italian Constitutional Court on non-EU Citizens’ Social Rights
Panel #138Authoritarian Populism and Constitutional DesignChair: Erin DelaneyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Stephen Gardbaum
The Counter-Playbook: Resisting the Populist Assault on Separation of Powers
Tom Ginsburg
Is Constitutional Design Really Useless? Democracy without Democrats (with Aziz Huq)
David Landau
Abusive Constitutionalism & Democratic Entrenchment: Constitutional Design in an Age of Backsliding’ (with Rosalind Dixon)
Wojciech Sadurski
On the Relative Irrelevance of Constitutional Design: Lessons from Poland
Wen-Chen Chang
Discussant
Panel #139The importance of data as a tool to inform and be informedChair: Christian Ernst2nd Chair: Luisa Fernanda García LópezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gherardo Carullo
The growing relevance of public sector information and the risks of differential access regimes and information monopolies
Pier Marco Rosa Salva
Reinforcing trust in public decision-making: Information Communication Technologies as tools for openness and participation?
Giulia Schneider
Emerging Distrust in Data-driven Health Research: Which EU Tools of Dissent?
Juan Carlos Covilla Martínez
Transformations of the administrative decision and its judicial control in human rights violation
Benedetta Cappiello
Blockchain-based platforms as new alternative fora. What’s the role for the rule of law?
Panel #140Constitutional ImaginariesChair: Jiri Priban2nd Chair: Marija Bartl3rd Chair: Paul BlokkerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jiri Priban
Imaginaries of Populist Constitutionalism and 'Explosive Communities'
Marija Bartl
Law's Reality: Understanding the Power of Legal Imaginaries
Paul Blokker
Constitutional Imaginary Significations and Shifting Imaginaries
Jan Komarek
discussant
Panel #141The (Un)Trustworthy Role of the State in Combating Gender-based Violence: Successes, Failures and Pending ChallengesChair: Ruth Rubio-MarínNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Valeska David

Lourdes Peroni
1. Violence against Women in Politics: The Belém do Pará and Istanbul Conventions
Dagmara Woźniakowska-Fajst
2. Female and Male Victims of Stalking: Same Pain, Different Problems. How Can the State Answer their Needs?
Daniela Alaattinoğlu
3. Rape and Sexual Violence between Criminal Law, Human Rights and Social Movements: Lessons from the Finnish Legal Review Process
Katarzyna Sękowska-Kozłowska
Hands off Family: Counteracting Violence against Women in Poland
Eda Aslı Şeran
Themis Wants to Live: Femicide and Justice in Turkey from a Global Perspective
Aleida Luján Pinelo
6. Policy on Extreme Forms of Violence against Women in Europe. Case study: Femi(ni)cide in Germany
Panel #142Participation in democratic decision-making procedures - with special regard to HungaryChair: Péter Dr. VácziNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Zsóka Magyar
Borders of MP’s participation rights and the democratic decision-making
Csaba Erdős
Requirements of participation in direct democratic procedures
Peter Vaczi
National consultations in Hungary – a political hungaricum?
Gergely G. Karácsony
Can technology change the way we trust democratic procedures?
Panel #143A Preview of the book ‘Rule of Law vs Majoritarian Democracy’ (Hart Publishing, forthcoming 2020)Chair: Giuliano Amato2nd Chair: Benedetta Barbisan3rd Chair: Cesare PinelliNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Benedetta Barbisan
The Old-Fashioned (or Out of Fashion?) Prohibition on the Imperative Mandate.
Justin Collings
The People v. Democracy. The Populist Movement against the Judicial Review
Gabor Halmai
Does Illiberal Democracy Exist?
Dimitry Kochenov

Barbara Grabowska-Moroz
Rule of Law and the EU
Cesare Pinelli
The Double Fiction of ‘People’
Panel #144Transitional Justice in Europe – da capo al fine. Lessons from past experience for future regime changesChair: Mirosław WyrzykowskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Anne Peters

Julia Emtseva
Commercialising transitional justice? The role of private actors
Kim Lane Scheppele
EU Constitutional Identity as a Standard of Transitional Justice
Rainer Grote
Botched transitions: what we can learn from the mistakes of the past for planning future democratic transitions
Pabel Katharina
Democratic transition and human rights: the framework of the European Convention on Human Rights
András Jakab
Discussant
Panel #145China’s “one country, two systems” model: haunting in Taiwan, dying in Hong Kong, blooming in Macau? (Book panel and general discussion)Chair: Cora ChanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ming-Sung Kuo
Commentator
William Partlett
Commentator
Hualing Fu
Author of chapter on “China's Imperatives for National Security Legislation” in the edited collection
Pui-Yin Lo
Author of chapter on “Twilight of the Idolised: Backsliding in Hong Kong's Legal and Judicial Cultures” in the edited collection
Carole Petersen
Author of chapter on “Article 23 of the Hong Kong Basic Law: International Law and Institutions as Sources of Resilience” in the edited collection
Panel #146The Economic Causes and Responses to Illiberal Populism: Corruption, Economic Populism v Necessary RedistributionChair: Adam ChiltonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rosalind Dixon

Richard Holden
Saving Work/Saving Liberalism? A Democratic Liberal Approach
Cynthia Estlund
How Decent Work and Trade Unions Bolster Democracy in Diverse Societies
Sam Issacharoff
Corrupting Popular Sovereignty
Panel #147Proportionality in Global PerspectiveChair: Stephen GardbaumNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jamal Greene
Proportionality in the U.S. and Latin America
Po Jen Yap
Proportionality in East Asia
Yvonne Tew
Proportionality in Southeast Asia
Rehan Abeyratne
Proportionality in South Asia
Rosalind Dixon
Discussant
Panel #148Nationality versus Residence? Part I: Political Legitimacy between the Nation State and Local CommunitiesChair: Yukio OkitsuNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yukio Okitsu
A Conceptual Framework for “Nationality versus Residence,” or Representedness versus Affectedness
Nami Thea Ohnishi
Inclusion of Foreign Residents in Japanese Local Governments
Akira Inayoshi
The Change of the Political System of a City Where Emigrants Depart; A Study of Japan in the Early 20th Century
Keisuke Kondo
The Normative Significance of Being a Foreign Resident
Panel #149Nationality versus Residence? Part II: How the State Faces NoncitizensChair: Yukio OkitsuNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Takuya Hatta
Treatment of Foreign Factors by the Japanese Civil Procedure
Keigo Fuchi
The Case for Residence-Based Taxation
Shotaro Hamamoto
Should Foreigners Be Better Protected than Nationals?
Kaoru Iokibe
Rights of Noncitizens at the Dawn of Globalization: How the 19th Century Japan Changed the World
Panel #150Constitutionally Conforming Interpretation. National ReportsChair: Matthias KlattNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vanessa MacDonnell
The Role of the Presumption of Constitutionality in Canadian Constitutional Law
Yaniv Roznai

Hillel Sommer
Constitutionally Conforming Interpretation in Israel
Hanna Wilberg
Constitutionally Conforming Interpretation in New Zealand
Mikołaj Barczentewicz

Marcin Matczak
Constitutionally Conforming Interpretation in Poland
Matthias Klatt
The Legitimacy of Constitutionally Conforming Interpretation
Christoph Bezemek
Constitutionally-Conforming Interpretation in Austria
Panel #151Exploring European constitutional imaginary’s OTHERChair: Jan KomárekNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Petr Agha
What is left of constitutional imaginaries in the CEE region? Examples from the Czech Republic
Marina Bán
Mnemonic Constitutionalism in Hungary and EU Constitutional Imaginaries
Birgit Aasa
The uniqueness of Estonian imaginaries
Michał Krajewski
Where to look for European constitutional imaginaries in Poland?
Panel #152Constitutionally Conforming Interpretation (2). Overarching IssuesChair: Matthias KlattNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Roberto Gargarella
A dialogic approach to constitutional interpretation
Chiara Valentini
Constitutionally Conforming Interpretation and Judicial Dialogue
Virgílio Afonso da Silva
Activism disguised as deference: the case of constitutionally conforming interpretation
Jorge Contesse
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW-CONFORMING INTERPRETATION OF NATIONAL LAW: THE CASE OF LATIN AMERICA
Michał Ziółkowski
The direct application of constitutional provisions by Polish and Hungarian highest courts: The question of judicial resistance and submission
Panel #153The quality of law-making, between knowledge and participationChair: Patricia PopelierNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Viktor Zoltán Kazai
The judicial enforcement of the better regulation requirements in the EU
Marta Morvillo
The role of experts in political decision-making: enabling, constraining, accountable?
Maria Bertel
The future of lawmaking: Representative democracy in danger?
Tímea Drinóczi
Ex-post evaluation, knowledge, and participation in new and backsliding democracies
Panel #154Judicial Review at the LimitsChair: Marta MorvilloNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Deirdre Curtin
New Digital Assemblages in Europe: Borderline Justice
Filipe Brito Bastos
Composite Procedures and the Inevitable Sacrifice of the Rule of Law
Michal Krajewski
Self-made EU Specialised Courts
Birgit Aasa
Judicial Peer-Review in the EU of Mutual (Dis)trust
Panel #155Towards ideology critique of European constitutionalismChair: Joana MendesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Alexander Somek
Alexander Somek: “Constitutionalization”: A second look at a dogma
Jan Komárek
Why read “The Transformation of Europe” today?
Marco Dani
Milward lives!
Panel #156The Rule of Law Under Siege? On the Rule of Law Crisis in the EUChair: Bojan BugaricNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bojan Bugaric
The Populist Backlash Against Europe
Tomasz Tadeusz Koncewicz
The “rule of law crisis” and the existential jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union. Of the limits and promises of a courtroom
Dimitry Kochenov
Tautological Rule of Law in the Service of Populism
Joelle Grogan
Unchecked and Off-Balance: Can the EU institutional structure resist rule of law backsliding?
Barbara Grabowska Moroz
“Abusive comparativism” – method of legitimizing the capture of the constitutional landscape in Poland
Gino Scaccia
JUDICIAL NATIONALISM AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW OF EU LAW.
Panel #157Constitutional Democracy in India and EuropeChair: Philipp Dann No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aparna Chandra
Equality and Diversity in Indian and European Constitutional Discourse
Gautam Bhatia
Social rights in India and the European Union
Michael Riegner
Hate speech in diverse democracies: Comparing EU and India
Philipp Dann
Constitutional Democracy in India and the EU: Framing the inquiry
Panel #158Towering JudgesChair: Iddo Porat2nd Chair: Rehan AbeyratneNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rehan Abeyratne

Iddo Porat
Introduction
Mara Malagodi
Nepal’s Towering Judge: the Honourable Kalyan Shrestha
Sergio Verdugo
Towering Judges Advancing Democracy in the Civil Law Tradition
Son Bui Ngoc
The Socialist Model of Individual Judicial Powers
Panel #159Challenges and Opportunities to Sustainable DevelopmentChair: Howard SchweberNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aua Balde
The United Nations Agenda 2030 and the African Union Agenda 2063: Dialogues for the Sustainable Development in Africa
Nevin Alija
The road towards a Just Energy Transition – People at the core of the European Green Deal?
Rui Garrido
‘Leave No One Behind’? Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and the Sustainable Developments Goals
Luisa Netto
The right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its applications and the challenges of sustainable development
Valeria Zanette
The Sustainable Development Goals and the Organization of American States
Panel #160International Judicial Review: When Should International Courts Intervene?Chair: Shai DothanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mila Versteeg
comment on book
Guy Seidman
comment on book
Loveday Hodson
comment on book
Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou
comment on book
Panel #161Constitutional Reasoning and Public Confidence in CourtsChair: Mark GraberNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eszter Bodnár
How to Build Trust with Arguments from Comparative Law?
Howard Schweber

András Jakab
Asserting legitimacy through judicial reasoning
Zoltán Szente
A classic problem reloaded in Hungary: who should be the final interpreter of the constitution?
Konrad Lachmayer
Nemo placet omnisbus. Constitutional Courts in Times of Populism
Sanford Levinson
Discussant
Panel #162Race and Distrust—Toward Transnational Critical Whiteness Legal StudiesChair: Mathilde Cohen2nd Chair: Stéphanie Hennette-VauchezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mathilde Cohen
Law, Food, and Race: The Whiteness of French Food
Cengiz Barskanmaz
“The Jew” in German Constitutional Law
Lia Epperson
Race, Speech, and Violence in U.S. Education: Lessons on Democracy, Dignity, and Equality
Mathias Möschel
The Legal Construction of Anti-White Racism in France
Catherine Powell

Camille Gear Rich
The “Welfare Queen” Goes to the Polls: Race-Based Fractures in Gender Politics and Opportunities for Intersectional Coalitions
Iyiola Solanke
Eugenics—A Key to the Enduring Impact of White supremacy?
Panel #163Trust, Distrust and Resistance in Mobile LawChair: Magdalena KmakNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Magdalena Kmak
(Dis)trust in refugee law: the historical and contemporary narratives
Witold Klaus
The right to stay and the (dis)trust of mobile law
Aleksandra Gliszczyńska-Grabias
Mobile Law and the Limits of Human Rights
Panel #164Trust in Bodies? Gender and Inequities in the Regulation of the Body in its Productive and Reproductive CapacitiesChair: Mathilde Cohen2nd Chair: Stéphanie Hennette-VauchezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Audrey Boisgontier
Law as a Vector of Sexual Binarity: The Example of Intersex Athletes’ Bodies
Mathilde Cohen
The Right to Express Milk
Diane Hoffmann
Regulation of Vaginal Secretions as a Drug or Tissue and the Implications for Women’s Autonomy
Judit Sándor
Should We Form a Family with the State? Trust, Reproduction, and Gender
Clare Patton
A Rights-Based Approach to the Protection of Breastfeeding from Corporate Interests
Panel #165The Possibilities and Limits of Judicial Dialogue in Theory and PracticeChair: Eszter Bodnár2nd Chair: Oreste PollicinoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Amnon Reichman
Inter-and-Intra Continental Dialogue: Hierarchical Belonging, Constitutional Doctrine and Communicative Structures
Eszter Bodnár
Transjudicial communication: parallel monologues vs. real dialogue? A case study on the Supreme Court of Canada and the European Court of Human Rights
Oreste Pollicino
Constitutional Identity vs (Common) Constitutional Traditions: Much More Complicate than Constitutional Patriotism vs Judicial Dialogue Mood
Giuseppe Martinico
Judicial Dialogue and Comparative Law: Lost in Translation?
Ana Bobić
Testing the auto-correct function of constitutional pluralism through a comparison of the Gauweiler and Weiss litigation
Filippo Fontanelli
The shoe that does not drop – invalidity of State measures for breach of the Charter
Panel #166EU Criminal Justice Cooperation, (Dist)trust and the Future of Mutual RecognitionChair: Adriano MartufiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jannemieke Ouwerkerk
Mutual Recognition and Fundamental Rights Protection in an EU Area of Justice: The Other Side of Distrust
Wojciech Jasiński
Mutual trust in times of rule of law crisis
Vanessa Franssen
The European Public Prosecutor’s Office: Institutionalised Distrust Promoting EU-Wide Trust?
Stanislaw Tosza
Digital evidence: quantum leap of mutual trust in times of distrust
Adriano Martufi
Enforcing Sentences across the EU: A Double Standard on Mutual Trust?
Panel #167Constitutional adjudication on electoral rules in times of public distrustChair: Richard H. Pildes2nd Chair: Cristina Fasone3rd Chair: Graziella RomeoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giacomo Delledonne
The Italian Constitutional Court’s review of electoral legislation
Maria Garrote De Marcos

Carlos Fernández Esquer
Is Spain different? Electoral System and Judicial Review: Between Soft Control and Legislator's Discretion
Emmanuel Voyakis
What’s wrong with gerrymandering? The case of the US Supreme Court
Cristina Fasone
Electoral rules under review before the Court of Justice of the EU. Some reflections on a recent “constitutional” shift
Graziella Romeo
The case for a comparative study of constitutional adjudication of electoral laws
Panel #168The CJEU: trust-enhancer or trust-breaker?Chair: Bruno De WitteNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ioanna Hadjiyianni
Building trust in the Digital Age: The Extraterritorial Reach of Data Protection
Anna Wallerman Ghavanini
Sowing Wheat and Reaping Thorns? The Referring Courts’ Relationship with the CJEU
Clara Rauchegger
The CJEU, National Constitutional Courts and the Charter: Trust and Distrust in Multilevel Fundamental Rights Protection
Marta Morvillo
Trust and distrust in EU regulatory expertise: a cross-sectoral analysis of the CJEU’s approach to risk regulation cases
Lilian Tsourdi
In the CJEU we trust? The Court of Justice as an “asylum court”
Panel #169Constitutional Resilience against Democratic Erosion in Europe: Potential and LimitsChair: Stijn SmetNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giuseppe Martinico
Constitutional Openness versus Sovereignism: The Case of Italy
Lando Kirchmair
Resilient Legal Culture? How to Deal with Elements of Authoritarian Populism in Austria
Max Steinbeis

Evin Dalkilic
How Vulnerable Would the German Federal Constitutional Court be in the Case of an Authoritarian Populist Takeover Attempt?
Tim Wihl
German “Militant Democracy”: A Solution to or a Step Towards Democratic Erosion?
Stijn Smet
A ‘Counter-playbook’ of Constitutional Resilience against Democratic Erosion: Any Lessons from Belgium?
Kriszta Kovács
[Discussant]
Panel #170Political truth and judicial trustChair: Rui LanceiroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luísa Neto
Updating the triad “liberty, equality, fraternity”: the search of a consensus over a new motto
Teresa Violante
The interaction between constitutional courts and legislatures in highly politicized conflicts
Anabela Leão
Constitutional State, Fundamental Rights and Vulnerability
Rui Lanceiro
Judicial protection of freedom of expression in the age of social media
Luísa Netto
The Brazilian Supreme Court and the obligation to deliver costly medicines – trying to strike an adequate balance
Panel #171Judicial Strategy and Judicial EmpowermentChair: Samuel IssacharoffNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Erin F. Delaney
A Gamble on Judicial Power: Understanding the U.K. Supreme Court’s Decisions in Miller I & II
Yvonne Tew
Strategic Judicial Empowerment
Yaniv Roznai
Who will Save the Redheads? Towards an Anti-Bully Theory of Judicial Review and Protection of Democracy
David Landau

Manuel Jose Cepeda
A Broad Read of Ely: Political Process Theory and Fragile Democracies
Samuel Issacharoff
Discussant
Panel #172Theory and Practice of Freedom of SpeechChair: Kai MöllerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Dimitrios Kyritsis
How Nasty May Government Speech Be?
Kai Möller
On Dworkin's Theory of Free Speech
Amnon Reichman
Speech, Privacy and Social Platforms: A Crisis of Legitimation?
Sarah Trotter
Freedom of Expression and the Case of Public Nudity
Panel #173From Consensus to Dissensus and back again: Rule of Law Backsliding in the European UnionChair: Dimitry Kochenov2nd Chair: Petra BardNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Laurent Pech
Fiddling while our rule of law house is burning? Judicial independence in the EU in an era of authoritarian populism
Barbara Grabowska-Moroz
Nobody’s perfect? The best rule of law practices in the EU
Joelle Grogan
Unity and Diversity in National Understandings of the Rule of Law in the EU
Panel #174Future-Mapping the directions of European Union law: On MethodologyChair: Elaine FaheyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria Kendrick
The Future of EU Tax Differentiated Integration
Francisco Costa-Cabral
Three dimensional EU Competition Law
Massimo Fichera
Framing EU Constitutionalism: a theory of constitutional change for the EU
Maria Tzanou
Digital Intermediaries and Balancing of Fundamental Rights Online: In Search of the Right Framework
Adrienne Yong
The future of EU citizenship status – emerging as a crisis?
Elaine Fahey
Methodology and the future of EU law
Panel #175Enabling and/or constraining government? Reconsidering the role of law in the European integration processChair: Marco Dani2nd Chair: Joana MendesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bruno de Witte
The EU’s Constitution and European public policies: The law as tool and constraint
Marco Dani
Enabling government – The role of constitutional adjudication in the European integration process
Michael A. Wilkinson
Revisiting OMT: A constitutional moment, or a Constitutional Moment?
Joana Mendes
Constitutive powers of EU agencies
Panel #176The Chief Executive's Role in Democratic DeclineChair: David DriesenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
David Driesen
The Unitary Executive Theory in Comparative Context
Tamar Megiddo
Online Activism, Digital Domination, and the Role of Trolls
Cem Tecimer
The Rise of Executive Constitutional Interpretation: Has President Erdogan Become the Turkish Constitution?
Kaja Gadowska
Cynicism in the Place of Ideology: Party Nomenclature System in the Times of Real Socialism and after 1989 Transformation. The Case of Poland
Nadiv Mordechay
Harvesting Constitutional Change in Administrative Structures: Israeli Constitutional Hardball
Panel #177Constitutional law in the age of PolarizationChair: Gila StoplerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
moshe cohen eliya

Iddo Porat
Judicial review, Judges nomination and Political Polarization
Jamal Greene
Proportionality and Polarization
Scott Stephenson
Constitutional Conventions and the Judiciary
Timothy Williams Waters
Polarized Lens: Strategic Memory of the Civil War
Panel #178Public Prosecutors in Europe: Questioning Their Independence to Foster TrustChair: Vanessa FranssenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Simone Rivabella
Independence of Prosecutors and Rule of Law: an EU Perspective
Jan Crijns

Jannemieke Ouwerkerk
Public Prosecution Services in the Netherlands: How Independent Are They?
Frank Verbruggen
Unexpected Agreement between Belgium and Spain on an ‘Independence Movement’: a New Criminal Procedure Requiring a More Independent Prosecution Service
Panel #179Liberalism, Populism and Popular SovereigntyChair: Michael WilkinsonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Camila Vergara
Plebeian Theories of Sovereignty
Signe Larsen
Constitutional Transformation and the European Union
Margaret Martin
Reckoning with the Liberal Self
Zoran Oklopcic
“Should I switch to LD-2020?” Older models, latest versions, and (un)critical upgrades
Alexander Somek

Michael Wilkinson
Unpopular sovereignty?
Panel #180Public Participation in Constitutional ChangeChair: Mariana Velasco RiveraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Anna Fruhstorfer
Referenda and Autocratization: Explaining Constitutional Referenda in Non-Democratic Regimes
Alexander Hudson
Constitutional Legitimacy in the Real World: How Constitutions Gain and Lose Popular Support
Silvia Suteu
The Legitimacy of Boycotted Referendums
Felix-Anselm van Lier
10 Years after Iceland: Recent Developments Digital Public Participation in Constitution Making
Panel #181The crisis of confidence in legislation: causes, effects and remediesChair: Nicola LupoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria De Benedetto
The crisis of confidence in legislation: an overview
Bernardo Giorgio Mattarella
The Trap of Legislation and the Tragedy of Enforcement
Nicoletta Rangone
Consultation as a tool for trust: regulatory evidence and law-making perspective
Elena Griglio
The involvement of Parliaments in better regulation: between legislation and scrutiny
Patricia Popelier
Discussant
Jacopo Domenicucci
Discussant
Panel #182Legal Uncertainty under the GDPR – Sanctioning Practices of European Supervisory AuthoritiesChair: Janina RochonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Zana Ahmetgjekaj-Deva
Application of One Stop Shop – CNIL vs Google LLC
Guilherme Arruda-Pereira-Silva
Between effectiveness, proportionality and dissuasiveness: Developments on the establishment and application of fines by the Spanish Data Protection Authority under GDPR
Ewa Kuczyńska
Key factors influencing GDPR fines imposed by the Polish supervisory authority – case study
Janina Rochon
The German „Fines Catalogue” – effectiveness and dissuasion at the cost of proportionality?
Panel #183Constitutional Statecraft in Asian CourtsChair: Jamal GreeneNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Samuel Issacharoff
The Emergence of the Federal Court
David Law
Courts Under One-Party Rule
Po Jen Yap
Dialogue in Asian Courts
Yvonne Tew
Discussant
Panel #184Trust and Distrust in Judicial Systems? Framing the Relationship of Trust and Control in Judicial SystemsChair: Samuel LemireNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Samuel Lemire
The Precarious Balance between Federalism and the Rule of Law: Some Perspectives of the Teachings of the Supreme Court of Canada
Beatrice Monciunskaite
Understanding the outcome of the 2015 Polish General Election: Why Poland Challenges our Contemporary Perceptions of the Causes of Democratic Backsliding
Paulina Konca
Interpretative Provisions – A Helping Hand of the Legislator or a Muzzle for the Judiciary?
Niels Kurst
Mutual Trust in the EU Legal Order
Panel #185Strengthening fundamental liberties on the InternetChair: Ingo Wolfgang SarletNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ingo Wolfgang Sarlet
The problem of hate speech in the internet
Gabrielle Bezerra Sales Sarlet
Digital Identity and the Problem of Digital Inheritance: a Legal Analysis of the Limits of the Posthumous Protection of Personality on the Internet from the Point of View of the Brazilian Legal System
Catarina Santos Botelho
The right to be forgotten: a crescendo of protection through courts
Panel #186Legitimizing Information Technology through the LawChair: Michal SaliternikNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Michal Saliternik
Judicial Review of Algorithmic Decision Making
Shai Dothan
International Courts Help Diffuse Interests: Examples from Internet Regulation
Jacob Livingston Slosser

Raphaële Xenidis

Henrik Palmer Olsen
What Law, and When: Legally Contextualizing Algorithmic Discrimination and De-biasing Design
Panel #187CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE AND CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM IN LATIN AMERICA (I)Chair: David Landau No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gonzalo Ramirez-Cleves
The Methodology of the Substitution Doctrine in Colombia: Between the limits and the judicial discretion
Asli Ozcelik Olcay
Entrenching Colombia’s Peace Settlement: From International Legal Status to Constitutional Peace Jurisprudence
Pedro A. Caminos
The Amendment/Dismemberment Distinction: A Lesson from Argentina
Imer B. Flores
Constitutional Amendments and its Constitutionality: Experimentation and Imperfection
Panel #188Fundamentals of Anglo-Commonwealth Judicial Review of Administrative ActionChair: Dean KnightNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Hanna Wilberg
Constitutional Principles and Political Values Driving Debates about Judicial Review of Administrative Action – Some Thoughts
Adam Perry
Domination and Judicial Review
Janina Boughey
Principle and Pragmatism in Judicial Review
Dean Knight
Judicial review’s triumvirate: grounds of review, standards of review and standards of legality
Panel #189THE ROLE OF COURTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENSE BODIES IN BUILDING DEMOCRATIC RESILIENCE: CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE "IUS CONSTITUCIONALE COMMUNE" IN LATIN AMERICAChair: Armin von BogdandyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Flávia Piovesan
THE “IUS CONSTITUTIONALE COMMUNE” AND THE ROLE OF THE INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN BUILDING RESILIENCE IN A CONTEXT OF LATIN AMERICAN CRISIS
Magdalena Inês Correa Henao
CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS AND DEMOCRACY: COLOMBIA AND ECUADOR
Patrícia Perrone Campos Mello
THE ROLE OF THE BRAZILIAN SUPREME COURT IN THE PROTECTION OF DEMOCRACY : A DIALOGUE WITH THE “IUS CONSTITUTIONALE COMMUNE” IN LATIN AMERICA
Rene Urueña
INTERNATIONAL TRANSFORMATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM: HOW IT WORKS IN LATIN AMERICA
Panel #190My Way: Taiwan and International Human Rights TreatiesChair: Ford Fu-Te LIAONo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yi-Li Lee
The Incorporation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights in Taiwan: Progress and Challenge
William Hui-yen Hsu
The Judicial Implementation of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Taiwan: Observations on the Decisions of the Two Supreme Courts
Hsiaowei Kuan
Implementation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women in Taiwan
Pei-Chun Lin
Incorporation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child into Domestic Law – the Taiwan Experience
Vivianne Yen-Ching Weng
Human into Being: Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Taiwan
Panel #191The Practice of Judicial Interaction in the Field of Fundamental RightsChair: Federica CasarosaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Madalina Moraru

Federica Casarosa
Judicial Interaction in the Field of Fundamental Rights
Rita Gião Hanek
Judicial) dialogue, EU law on non-discrimination and “Hate” related provisions: synchronization of hard law and soft law instruments or multi-level governance
Maria Bergstrom
Ne bis in idem – a continuing judicial dialogue
Marjon Kos
European Values and National Constitutions: Bringing the Charter from Uncharted Waters
Panel #192Social Contract Theory in the Age of Climate CrisisChair: Konrad LachmayerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
James May
Developments at the Boundary between Environmental Constitutionalism and Climate Justice
Eva Lohse
Human Rights, Social Contract Theory and Climate Crisis
Lando Kirchmair
Insights from social contract theory to inform constitutional sustainability clauses to adequately address climate change
Lukas Wieser
A Social Contract for Third-Party Beneficiaries – The Transnational Perspective of Environmental Constitutionalism
Andras Jakab
Discussant
Panel #193Revisiting the fundamental liberties: how to apply the new perspectives for research on freedom of assembly and freedom of associationChair: Agnieszka Bień-KacałaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Timea Drinóczi
discussant
Wojciech Włoch
The Assembly as an epiphany of constituent power
Michał Gałędek
The lack of freedom of association in the constitutional Congress Poland
Tomasz Kucharski
The right to assembly in Poland between 1920-1981 – legal provisions and administration practice. Few remarks on the usefulness of historical research for present-day constitutional law
Lóránt Csink
Contemporary Issues of Freedom of Assembly in Hungary
Tomasz Brzezicki

Anna Tarnowska
Freedom of assembly between rationing and expression: post-transformational law in Poland
Panel #194Citizens’ trust in EU institutions and trust between European citizens: the opportunities given by European social citizenshipChair: Alexander De BeckerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aldo Sandulli
Develop European social citizenship as an element of reconstruction of the social trust fabric
Isabo Heirbaut
European Social Pillar, European Social Citizenship and trust/distrust: Which news?
Alexander De Becker
The workers’ health protection as an element to build up trust in the institutions
Alessandro Nato
Cross-border education as a tool to build up bonds of trust between European citizens: the uncertain future of a European identity policy
Elisabetta Tatì
The contribution of European urban policy to social citizenship: being urban citizens also means being European citizens
Panel #195The European Court of Justice and National Courts: Cooperation or Conflict?Chair: Jan ZglinskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jesse Claassen
Why National Courts (Do Not) Refer Preliminary Questions to the CJEU
Anna Wallerman Ghavanini
Power Talk: Effects of Inter-Court Disagreement on Legal Reasoning in the Preliminary Reference Procedure
Jan Zglinski
From Centre to Periphery: Deference to National Courts and the Place of Judicial Power in the EU
Lucía López Zurita
One Claim, Two Disputes? Individuals in the Preliminary Ruling Mechanism
Panel #196Constituting Peace: Mediating the Old and New, and the Domestic and External in Conflict Constitution-MakingChair: Tom Gerald DalyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Asli Ozcelik Olcay
Internationalised Conflict Resolution and Constitutional Reform in the Shadow of Conflict – Ukraine and the Donbas Conflict
Felix-Anselm van Lier
Constitution Making for State Building? Insights from Libya’s Failed Transition
Ilana Rothkopf
Federalism, Secession, and External Support for Conflict Constitution-Making
Tarik Olcay
Peace as the Rule of Law: ‘Matter of Degree’ Thinking in Transitional Constitutional Review
William Underwood
The Influence of International Law on Post-Conflict Constitutional Transitions: Towards Democratisation or Exclusion?
Panel #197Is Contemporary Public Law Enough? Domestic, European, and International Law Reflections on the ESM ReformChair: Luca Pietro VanoniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Luigi Crema
A Sovereign Going Abroad with Horse and Scepter. Public International Law Rules Are Not a Good Fit for European Reforms.
Hoai-Thu Nguyen
The bold, the rich, and the others? On power asymmetries between national parliaments under the ESM and beyond
Benedetta Vimercati
Is the Italian Public Law enough? Constitutional issues on the ESM Reform.
Filippo Croci
ESM reform and judicial protection: a missed opportunity?
Ilaria Anrò

Miriam Postiglione
The ESM and the exclusion of the European Parliament: a waiver to the checks and balance?
Panel #198International Influence on Constitution MakingChair: Aslı Bâli No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aslı Bâli
Discussant
Tom Ginsburg
Constitutional Knowledge
Menaka Guruswamy
International Influence or Lack thereof on constitution making in South Asia: a look at India, Pakistan and Nepal
Hanna Lerner

David Futscher

Nina Schlager
International Constitutional Advising: Mapping the Field and Assessing Impact
Muna Ndulo
Constitution Making, Post Conflict States and External Actors
Panel #199Channeling consent and dissent in administrative law. Lessons (and concerns) from ItalyChair: Giulio NapolitanoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bruno Paolo Amicarelli
Right to be heard and expertise of public offices in the screening of foreign direct investments
Giulia Valenti
The services conference and the disagreement management
Maria Stella Bonomi
The duty to give reasons for major infrastructure projects. The Italian case
Giorgio Mocavini
The Italian model of ‘public debate’
Gianluca Buttarelli
The use of new technologies in the administrative procedure: transparency and participation in public decisions
Panel #200Italian Populism and Constitutional Law. Strategies, Conflicts and DilemmasChair: Giacomo DelledonneNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cristina Fasone
Is there a populist turn in the Italian Parliament? Continuity and discontinuity in the non-legislative procedures
Fabio Pacini
Populism and Law-making Process in Italy
Marco Bassini
Political Participation Through the Use of the Internet: The Case of the Five Star Movement
Paul Blokker
Discussant
Diane Fromage
Discussant
Armen Mazmanyan
Discussant
Panel #201Fashion as cultural heritage: public and private perspectivesChair: Vittoria BarsottiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Felicia Caponigri
Yours, Mine, and Ours? Fashion’s identity issues on the Cultural Heritage Frontier
Lucrezia Palandri
Cultural appropriation in fashion: reputation and trust
Alessandra De Luca
Dispute resolution in the fashion system between public and private spheres
Federico Falorni
Fashion museums and archives: openness and transparency
Sara Benvenuti
Protecting and promoting cultural heritage: the role of fashion foundations
Panel #202The impact of the German Grundgesetz on the constitutional system of Southern and Eastern EuropeChair: Zsolt SzabóNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eleonora Bottini
Mutual influences between the Italian and German constituent debate: what is at stake?
Carmen Montesinos Padilla
Constitutional convergences between Spain and Germany: past, present and future
Adea Pirdeni
The past and present of the influence of the German constitution-making and constitutional judicial review in Albania
Zsolt Szabó
The impact of the German Grundgesetz on the Hungarian constitutional system
Panel #203Public Law, Opposition, and Loyalty in a Time of DistrustChair: Tom Flynn2nd Chair: Wojciech BrzozowskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Monica Bonini
“Abusive Constitutionalism” and Loyal Opposition
Wojciech Brzozowski
Loyal Opposition in European Populist Regimes
Đorđe Gardašević
Direct Democracy and Disloyal Opposition
Elena-Simina Tănăsescu
Separation of Powers and Loyal Cooperation between Public Authorities
Tom Flynn
Constitutional Pluralism and Loyal Opposition
Panel #204Varieties of Democratization in the EU Legal SpaceChair: Maciej BernattNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Franco Peirone
Identity instead of Trust: Populism and Katèkon
Hoai-Thu Nguyen
Protecting the Public Sphere in Times of Social Media
Giacomo Tagiuri
EU Economic Law as a Market-Democratizing Project
Agata Poznańska
European Citizens’ Initiative and Post-National Democracy in the EU
Panel #205Social Trust and Social GroupsChair: Nicholas AroneyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Dwight Newman
Why Do Social Freedoms Become Forgotten Freedoms?
Maria Cahill
The Power and Potential of Freedom of Association
Hans Martien ten Napel
Social groups: Constitutional Law’s Missing Link
Luise Papcke
Sociability Online
Victor Muniz Fraticelli
Liberal-democratic citizenship and religious schools
Panel #206Book Panel: EU Executive Governance: Agencies And ProceduresChair: Deirdre CurtinNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Herwig Hofmann
Commentary on the Book
Rui Lanceiro
Commentary on the Book
Giacinto della Cananea
Response
Martina Conticelli
Response
Maurizia De Bellis
Response
Panel #207Rights of Nature in Latin America: The rise of an ecological constitutionalism?Chair: Oswaldo Ruiz-ChiribogaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andreas Th. Mueller
An International Law of Rights of Nature (RoN) – Desideratum or Anathema?
Maria Bertel
Environment or nature, fundamental right or state aim? Does it really matter?
Andreas Gutmann
Rights, Natures and Indigeneity in the Ecuadorian Constitution
Jhoel Escudero

Alex Valle Franco
Public administration and Rights of Nature
Laura Affolter
The rights of nature against large-scale mining in Ecuador: An analysis of resistance movements and constitutional lawsuits
Panel #208Debating migration in the era of interstate distrustChair: Graziella RomeoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria Varaki
Ethical leadership and migration: a laboratory of dilemmas
Luisa Marin
Waiting (and Paying) for Godot: Analyzing the Systemic Consequences of the Solidarity Crisis in EU Asylum Law.
Graziella Romeo
Protecting the people: the rhetoric of sovereignty in times of populist migration policies
Panel #209Historical Policy in a Democracy and Limits Set to it by the Human Rights LawChair: Uladzislau BelavusauNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aleksandra Gliszczynska-Grabias
Discussant
Grazyna Baranowska
Turkey – an example of 'de facto' memory laws
Alina Cherviatsova
Memory Laws and Memory Policies in Russia and Ukraine
Anna Wojcik
De-communization in Poland 30 years after regime change: within and beyond transitional justice
Panel #210Constitutional changes and constitutional reforms in Latin America (II)Chair: Sergio Verdugo No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rebecca Groterhorst

Luisa Fernanda Garcia-Lopez
The substitution of the constitution and interpretative capacity of constitutional courts
Milton Cesar Jimenez
Weak procedural constitutionalism and constitutional amendment control
María Lorena Gonzalez-Tocci
Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments at the Argentine Supreme Court.
Panel #211Law and Gender: Trans Identities in the LawChair: Ruth Rubio-MarínNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ruth Rubio-Marín

Stefano Osella
The New Constitutional Right to Gender Recognition: A Taxonomy of a Category
Peter Dunne

Christopher Gray
Trans Identities within the UN Human Rights System: Movements toward Equality or Identity Erasure?
Federica Coppola
Gender identity in the era of mass incarceration: The criminalization and segregation of trans people in the United States
Daniela Alaattinoglu
Infertility as a Precondition for Legal Gender Recognition in Europe and Sweden: From Sine Qua Non to Human Rights Violation
Alice Margaria
Pregnant (Trans) Men and Reflections on Fatherhood
Panel #212Frontiers of the European Banking UnionChair: Marco GoldoniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Takis Tridimas
“discussant”
Diane Fromage
EU Anti-money Laundering policy: Consequences for the ECB and the EU institutional framework
Napoleon Xanthoulis
The ECB’s “guidance” ecosystem in the SSM: Legal effects and judicial control – Napoleon Xanthoulis
Agnieszka Smolenska
Single Resolution Board in close cooperation
Panel #213EMU: hitting the wall of reform or a new openingChair: Dariusz AdamskiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Fabian Amtenbrink
“discussant”
Paul Dermine
New budgetary instruments for the Eurozone and the deeper mutations of the institutional structures of the EMU
Menelaos Markakis
Reforming the European Stability Mechanism: Principle, Policy, and Pragmatism
David Baez
Financial independence and price stability in the ESCB
Martinho Lucas Pires
The governance and liability of and in distributed ledger technologies: a EU monetary and banking law perspective.
Panel #214The Future of Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations (1): Overcoming Dissent and DistrustChair: Elena Pribytkova2nd Chair: Paul Linden-Retek No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Paul Linden-Retek
‘Safe Third Country’: A Theory of a Dangerous Concept and the Democratic Ends of International Human Rights
Elia Antonietta
Between Legal Impressionism and Political Realism: The Human Rights Obligations into the New EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement
Klaus Beiter
Trust, the Right to Development, and Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations of States (ETOs): Reclaiming Education as a Human Right in a Globalised World
Gina Jeehyun Choi

Sangchul Park
Elaborating on Human Rights of the Infected and the Uninfected: From the Comparative and International Law Perspective
Panel #215Differentiated integration as a means to create a resilient and trust-worthy European Union?Chair: Monica ClaesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bruno de Witte
The Core Europe idea: its political trajectory and legal feasibility
Andreas Orator
Differentiated integration within the EU legal order and beyond: a constitutional workaround?
Alberto Miglio
The emergence of “atypical” differentiation in EU law: trends and challenges
Emanuela Pistoia
What differentiated integration for achieving relocation of asylum seekers?
Diane Fromage
(Re-)defining Membership: Differentiation in and outside the European Union
Panel #216The Future of Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations (2): Accountability of Non-State ActorsChair: Paul Linden-Retek2nd Chair: Elena PribytkovaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elena Pribytkova
Do Non-State Actors Bear Obligations in the Area of Socio-Economic Rights? (Towards a Theory of Extraterritorial Obligations)
Maddalena Neglia
Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence Legislations (mHRDD) in Europe: hope for extraterritorial obligations in business and human rights?
Erika De Wet
Human Rights and Non-State Actors: Extra-territorial enforcement through domestic (tort) law
Jane Rooney
Civil Litigation, Human Rights and Extraterritorial Corporate Liability
Amrei Mueller
Armed Non-State Actors’ Responsibilities for Human Rights
Panel #217The Paths of Change in International LawChair: Eyal BenvenistiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nico Krisch
Paths of Least Resistance in International Legal Change
Nora Stappert
On the Sidelines? State Representatives and Judicial Innovation in International Criminal Law
Dorothea Endres
Power Asymmetry and Change in International Humanitarian Law
Pedro José Martinez Esponda
Change in international law through informal means: the rise of exceptions to state official immunity for international crimes
Panel #218IS POPULISM A THREAT TO OR CORRECTIVE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY?Chair: Bojan BugaricNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Francesca Bignami
More Europe? Law, Rights, and Democracy in Sovereignty-Sensitive Areas of EU Governance
Paul Blokker
Populist constitutionalism and democratic transformation
Bojan Bugaric
Could Populism be Good for Constitutional Democracy?
Tom Daly
Populist Political Parties as Threats or Correctives for Liberal Democracy
Vlad Perju
Liberal Constitutionalism in the 21st Century
Tom Ginsburg
Discussant