ICON • S 2022 Online Conference Preliminary Programme

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Day 1 | July 4 | Online Panels 1 | 7:30-9:00 -
Panel #1rusting UN machinery to support better access to economic, social and cultural rights among states towards indigenous groupsChair: Narissa RamsundarNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Regina Paulose
“Enforcing the UNDRIP”
David Matas
dmatas@mts.net
Narissa Ramsundar
“Enforcing the Covenant on IESCR through UN machinery”
Panel #2Current issues in International LawChair: Narissa RamsundarNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tania Ixchel Atilano
Economical sanctions in the context of international armed conflicts: a challenge to International Humanitarian Law (IHL)
Melinda Rankin
In situ investigative training in a global era: enabling de facto international prosecutors investigating core international crimes
Narissa Ramsundar
Question of Trust: The Role of the ICJ in the Prevention and Suppression of International Crimes
UnHye Joe
Sovereignty Problems and Insufficient Legal Structure in the Process of East Asian Legal Community Building under the System of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)
Vivianne Yen-Ching Weng
Subsidiarity in Question: The Inter-American Court of Human Rights and a Globally Connected Judicial Community
Agata Serranò
The right to access to justice of victims in the framework of the internal armed conflict in Peru: the Inter-American Court of Human Rights with regard to Alberto Fujimori’s pardon.
Panel #3100 Years of Political-Theology - A Night That's Never Ending. Order, Disorder, Reorder and a century of Schmitt's exceptionChair: Octaviano Padovese2nd Chair: José Garcez GhirardiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Miguel Vatter
Does democracy need political theology?”
Hauke Brunkhorst
Revolutionary constitutions: Schmitt, Kelsen and Arendt
Octaviano Padovese
I believe in Miracles: the act to decide about democracy -Lacan against Schmitt
Panel #4AI, Public Law, and Global Challenges: What Lies Ahead?Chair: Moritz SchrammNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sara Migliorini
Global Problems, Unilateral Solutions: Emerging AI Regulation and the Potential for International Regulatory Convergence
Roee Sarel

Hadar Jabotinsky

Israel Klein
Global Regulation of Decentralized Ledger Technology
YI LI
The Age of Artificial Intelligence:An Exploration of the Ethical and Legal Issues of AI in Russia and China
Panel #5Languages and comparative constitutional methodChair: Erika ArbanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Joel Colon-Rios
The Invention of New Constitutional Concepts
Berihun Gebeye
The African Advantage in Comparative Constitutional Studies
Claudia Marchese
In defense of multilingualism. Considerations on the basis of the European case.
Jeong-In Yun
Conceptualising the Vertical Dimension of Language Problems in Comparative Constitutional Law
Francesco Palermo
Discussant
Panel #6Constitution, democracy and politicsChair: Muyiwa AdigunNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Muyiwa Adigun
Constitutionalism, Populism and Agamben’s State of Exception
Benjamin Garcia Holgado
Court-Packing and Democratic Backsliding: A Necessary Relationship? (online participation)
Małgorzata Lorencka
Electoral abusivism in Italy. Selected aspects of the issue
Flávia Santiago
More than justices, protagonists of the political debate? The Brazilian electoral governance model under scrutiny
Maureen Duffy
States of Emergency and Competing Claims of Constitutional Erosion: Canada, COVID-19 Measures, and Narratives of the “Freedom” Convoy
Eduardo Borges Espínola Araújo

Luiz Eduardo Peccinin
What can be done against political parties that attack the Brazilian Constitution?
Panel #7Chinese Constitutionalism in ContextChair: Cora ChanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Xiaonan Yang
China’s Constitutional Review Mechanism and the Distribution of Legislative Powers between the Central and Local Governments
Mingtao Huang
Circumventing the Constitution? Establishing the grounds of review in China’s constitutional review
Pui-yin Lo
Hong Kong’s Common Law Constitutionalism: From Assertion to Denial
Han Zhu
The Hong Kong National Security Law: The Shifted Grundnorm of Hong Kong’s Legal Order and Its Implications
Panel #8The impact of technology/AI on future conceptions of the Rule of LawChair: Paul BurgessNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lyria Bennett Moses
Surveillance, data-driven inferencing and the rule of law
Joe McIntyre
The Judicial Function and the Rule of Law as Limiting Factors in the Use of AI for Legal Interpretation
Paul Burgess
Fears of Artificial Intelligence: The Exercise of Public Power by Algorithms and the Rule of Law
Day 1 | July 4 | Opening Ceremony | 11:00 -
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Day 1 | July 4 | Conversation with Olga Tokarczuk | 15:00-16:00 -
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Day 1 | July 4 | Online Panels 2 | 16:00-17:30 -
Panel #9Challenges in constitutional adjudication IIChair: Chien-Chih LinNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yi-Li Lee
Anti-Impunity and Transitional Justice in Asia: Mechanisms and Their Contexts
Chien-Chih Lin
Constitutional Remedies: Constitutionally Conforming Interpretation in Taiwan
Clara Mota
The erosion of social policies in contemporary Brazil and the limited judicial response to its effects
João Andrade Neto
To vote and to register as a voter: two different rights treated indistinctly
Mauro Arturo Rivera Leon
Towards a general theory of supermajorities in Judicial Review
Panel #10Beyond the Republican Revival. Analyzing Eric Ghosh’s democratic perspectiveChair: Emanuel OlivaresNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sebastián Linares
Republicanism and social epistemology. A critical assessment of Ghosh’s proposal
Camila Vergara
Plebeian Liberty and the Limits of Sortition
Gisela Ferrari

Fatima Lopez Poletti
Citizens’ juries: Some cautionary measures
Emanuel Olivares
Reflexive Republicanism: standards and designs beyond the republican revival
Eric Ghosh
Discussant
Panel #11The Aftermath of Covid-19 in Western Europe: A Revolution for Public Law?Chair: Arianna VedaschiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
José Julio Fernández Rodríguez
Reshaping Pre-Covid-19 States of Exception: A Challenge for Constitutional Law
Konrad Lachmayer
Digitalized Democracy – A Post Covid-19 Perspective?
Sylvia Brunet
The Question of the Long-Lasting Impact of the Pandemic on French Public Law
Anna Jonsson Cornell
The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Swedish Public Law
Janne Salminen
Evaluating the Possible Long-Term Effects of the Pandemic in the Finnish Constitution
Panel #12Specific individuals or groups entitled to special protectionChair: Miguel Molina DíazNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Paula Chávez Sanz
The language of refugees: analyzing Ecuador’s Constitutional Court judgment No. 897-11-JP/20
Erick Guapizaca
Citizens in action! participation rights as a new horizon to protect nature’s rights in Ecuador
Rubén Calle
The elements of nature as a concrete subject of rights in the jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court of Ecuador: A biocentric or ecocentric perspective?
Valeria Garrido
An overview of the protection of fundamental rights of pregnant women of the Constitutional Court of Ecuador
Daniel Caballero
The Constitutional Court of Ecuador and the protection of the rights of migrants and refugees
Panel #13Current issues in constitutional and democratic theoryChair: Luis Claudio Martins de AraujoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
M. Ehteshamul Bari

Pritam Dey
Deliberative democracy in crisis: Lessons from India
Elena Griglio
Parliaments facing security emergencies: more public fora than decision-makers
Mario Mendez
Reflections on a decade of the European Citizens’ Initiative
Luis Claudio Martins de Araujo

The constitutional role in asymmetric new democracies.
Sofya Koval
The Rule of Law: Legal Philosophy and Political Theory
Panel #14Subsidiarity as a Cure for Regional Human Rights Regimes? Bottom-Up PerspectivesChair: Laurence R. HelferNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kate O'Regan
Subsidiarity as a cure for the African Human Rights System?
Jorge Contesse
Subsidiarity at the Constituent Level
Jan Petrov
Discovering Strasbourg in East-Central Europe: How the ECHR found its way in and out of constitutional courts
Başak Çalı
Discussant
Panel #15Lessons for the Future from the COVID-19 PandemicChair: Alice DonaldNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Thomas Bustamante

Emilio Peluso Neder Meyer
Brazil: COVID-19, Illiberal Politics and the Rule of Law
Thulasi K Raj
COVID-19: A Crisis of Rights and Democracy in India
Mark A Graber
COVID-19, the United States and Evidence-Based Politics
Arianna Vedaschi

Chiara Graziani
COVID-19 and Emergency Powers in Western European Democracies: Trends and Issues
Panel #16Human Dignity and Democracy in Europe: Synergies, Tensions and CrisesChair: Catherine DupréNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Daniel Bedford
Democratic transformations in the United Kingdom: The potential of human dignity
Erin Daly
Judicial activity/democratic activity: the democratising effects of dignity
Maria Dicosola
The Right to Citizenship and Human Dignity
Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez
Human Dignity as Status Politics
Cesare Pinelli
On the dilemma between human dignity and national identity
Panel #17State and technology: a perspective on the administrative and criminal systemChair: Giulio NapolitanoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gianluca Buttarelli
Digital platforms and public administration: a new paradigm for public services
Giorgio Mocavini
State-owned enterprises and the digitalization of administrative action
Giulia Valenti
ICT applications in public procurement in Italy
Federica Fedorczyk
Ex machina iudes? How algorithms are changing the criminal justice system
Panel #18Gender, sexuality, reproduction and fundamental rightsChair: Azubike Onura-OnugoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Galia Schneebaum
Offenses of Abusive Domination in the Criminal Law
Matteo Caldironi
The protection of the child born through medically assisted procreation in a global perspective
Bernardo Campinho
The right to childbirth care and the fight against obstetric violence in the Brazilian health system: analysis of administrative and judicial approaches to its implementation
Lucia Bellucci
Tradition, National Identity, and Discrimination in Hungary: Challenging Fundamental Rights through the Expectations they Create (virtual panel)
Panel #19Frontiers of Comparative Public LawChair: Elisabetta MorlinoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sujit Choudhry

Carlos Bernal

Catherine O'Regan
Elgar Research Handbook on Constitutional Interpretation
Mila Versteeg

Adam Chilton
Identifying Constitutional Law
Elisabetta Morlino (Chair)
New paradigms for State liability: how global crisis have changed the traditional approaches to State liability
João Andrade Neto
On the search for a normative justification for judicial borrowings: between particularism and universalism
Lorena Gonzalez Tocci
The use of foreign precedents by constitutional judges: recent developments.
paolo d'anselmi
The wishful lexicon of constitutions on public administration: A comparative text analysis
Day 1 | July 4 | Online Panels 3 | 17:40-19:10 -
Panel #20Boosting tourism ecosystems development and digital transition opportunities and challanghesChair: Loredana GianiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vanessa Manzetti
The rescuing State. National promotion bank and implementation of tourism investment funds
Annarita Iacopino
Heritage, tourism and communities
Lubrano Benedetta

Valentina Castello
System and business innovations under the new policy framework
Giovanna Iacovone
Tourism and energy communities
Vinicio Brigante
The required dematerialization of existing cultural heritage: challenges arising from the PNRR
Panel #21Legal Resilience against the Populist Assault on Migrants’ Rights in EuropeChair: Stijn SmetNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Vladislava Stoyanova
Populism, Immigration and Liberal Democracies: Inherent Instability or Tipping of the Balance?
Stijn Smet
Conceptualizing ‘legal resilience’ against the populist assault on migrants’ rights
Thomas Spijkerboer
Coloniality and Recent European Migration Case Law
Barbara Mikołajczyk

Mariusz Jagielski
‘Good change’ and migration policy in Poland: In a trap of democracy
Bas Schotel
“Populism? It’s Administrative Law, Stupid!” How administrative law caters for restrictive migration laws
Panel #22International law, global and regional communitiesChair: Adrien SchifanoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tsung-Ling Lee
Global governance of human genome editing: an allusive promise or toward responsible global governance?
Adrien Schifano
International Organizations And The Expectations Of Mankind: A Duty To Act?
Erika Nakamura
Teleological Interpretation of Constituent Instruments in the Time of Accountability of International Organizations
UnHye Joe

Eugene Joe
The Necessity of Restoration of Economic Cooperation between Japan and the Republic of Korea in the Era of Establishing East Asian Economic Community-Building
M.J. Durkee
The Pledging World Order
Panel #23Global Pandemic Network. Pandemics and Global LawChair: Elisa Scotti2nd Chair: Uday Shankar 3rd Chair: Giancarlo MontedoroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elisa Scotti

Matteo Gnes

Martin Crook
Pandemics and International Research
Michel Prieur
Proposals for an International Convention on Pandemics
Paola Lamiceli

Emmanuel Kasimbazi Kasimbazi
Pandemics and Covid-19 Litigation Project
Fabio Bassan

Cristiana Lauri
Pandemics, Digital Platforms and Global Law
Panel #24Restoring Constitutionalism II - Regional PerspectivesChair: Maxim BönnemannNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Roberto Gargarella
Restoring the Validity of Law in Democratic Societies
Cem Tecimer
Restoration without the Constitution
Dmitry Kurnosov
Beware of the Bulldozer
Panel #25Book Discussion: Constitutional Imaginaries by Jiří PřibáňChair: Jiří Přibáň2nd Chair: Jan KomárekNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Jiří Přibáň
Constitutional Imaginaries
Jan Komárek
Constitutional Imaginaries
Bojan Bugarič
Constitutional Imaginaries
Signe Larsen
Constitutional Imaginaries
Kalypso Nicolaidis
Book Discussion: Constitutional Imaginaries by Jiří Přibáň
Panel #26Judicial Control of the Rule of Law Principle in the EUChair: Sofia Oliveira PaisNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sofia Oliveira Pais
Rule of Law and EU Competition Law
Pedro Freitas
Rule of Law, Fundamental Rights and Data Retention
Inês Quadros
Bits and pieces of judicial control of the independence of the judiciary
Armando Rocha
Courts as Agents of Change
Panel #27Human rights and democracy: Evolutions and challengesChair: Gabriela Gonzalez NinoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Terefe Gebreyesus
Constitutional Approaches to Diversity: Analysing Integrative and Disintegrative Aspects of Constitutional Mechanisms
João Gabriel Archegas
Incorporating Democracy: is there a corporate legal duty to respect democratic governance?
Alina Gentimir
Refugees in Europe. Utopias and Dystopias of 21st Century
Tania Ixchel Atilano
The 70 year party rule in Mexico and its undiscussed systematic human rights violations
José Ignacio Hernández G.
The necessary reform of migrants and refugee regulation in the Inter-American Law: a new perspective based on human mobility and the socio-economic assimilation
Bernadette Somody
The transformation of the system of fundamental rights protection in Hungary
Day 1 | July 4 | Online Panels 4 | 19:15-20:45 -
Panel #28The Law as a Conversation Among EqualsChair: roberto gargarellaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
mark Tushnet
The Law as a Conversation Among Equals
Michaela Hailbronner
The Law as a Conversation Among Equals
Joel Colon Ríos
The Law as a Conversation Among Equals
Panel #29Contemporary challenges of the Constitutional Court of EcuadorChair: Pablo Valdivieso-KastnerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Pablo Valdivieso-Kastner
Choosing the guardians of the Constitution the case of Ecuador
Fatima Atacushi García
State of exception and judicial review in Ecuador
Jose Luis Castro Montero
Judicial review of direct democracy in Ecuador
Panel #30The public law challenges of Covid-19 IChair: Konstantinos MargaritisNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maria Diaz Crego
Compulsory Covid-19 vaccination: a “new” look to an “old” legal and bioethical dilemma
Yuichiro Tsuji
Non-delegation and the Constitution in Japan
Konstantinos Margaritis
Public Health Policy between the EU and the Member States
Santiago Leon
The Global Unvaccinated South: a crisis in constitutional law?
Rinat Kitai-Sangero
When Public Panic Prevails: The Similarity between the Treatment of Soft Drugs and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Arianna Vedaschi

Chiara Graziani
Long-Terms Effects of Covid-19 on the Italian Emergency Framework
Panel #31The Making of the Oxford Handbook on International Law and the Americas (OHILA): Challenges of Confronting the CanonChair: Liliana ObregónNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Laura Betancur-Restrepo
Comments to The Making of the Oxford Handbook on International Law and the Americas
Juan Amaya-Castro
Comments to The Making of the Oxford Handbook on International Law and the Americas
Daniel Quiroga
Comments to The Making of the Oxford Handbook on International Law and the Americas
Juan Camilo Herrera

Paola Acosta
Comments to The Making of the Oxford Handbook on International Law and the Americas
Panel #32GLOBAL PANDEMIC NETWORK. CITIES, ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTSChair: DAMIEN SHORTNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
MATTEO FERMEGLIA
The One Health approach: A Silver Bullet Against Climate Change and the Pandemic?
MARIA ANTONIA TIGRE
Covid-19 and the Right to a Healthy Environment: How biodiversity loss and deforestation affect human health in urban areas
CRISTIANA LAURI
The Post-pandemic City
MARIA LUISA GOMEZ JIMENEZ
Resilient Cities and Digital Rights
CHIARA FELIZIANI
DISCUSSANT
ELISA SCOTTI
DISCUSSANT
Panel #33Constitutionalism or Populism, Authoritarianism or Democracy: Latin American Perspectives on Access to, and Exercise of, Power.Chair: Ana Elena FierroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Alfonso Herrera
Authoritarian Constitutionalism in the Health Emergency: Ineffectiveness and Omission in the Mexican Experience
Francisca Pou

Rodrigo Camarena
Searching decentralized and structural responses to authoritarian populism: Mexican constitutional agencies as democracy-shapers
Castillo Camilo

Julio Rios-Figueroa
What is, and What is Not, Authoritarian Constitutionalism? An Analysis of Colombia’s Constitutional Limbo, 1930-1974
Imer Flores
Democratic Institutions and the Erosion of Norms: The Mexican Case
Eugenio Velasco
Discussant
Panel #34Opposition Rights & PowersChair: Kim Lane ScheppeleNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sujit Choudhry
Constitutional Role of Opposition Legislators in Parliamentary Democracies: A Normative Account
Tarun Khaitan
Opposition Rights & Powers: A Conceptual Map
Jelena von Achenbach
n/a
Cristina Rodriguez
n/a
Day 1 | July 4 | Online Panels 5 | 22:30-00:00 -
Panel #35The Boundaries of Administrative LawChair: Peter LindsethNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Peter Lindseth
Evolutionary Public Law: Constituting and Administering Human Ultra-Sociality
Farrah Ahmed
The Relationship between Constitutional and Administrative Law
Mariana Mota Prado
The Boundaries of Administrative Accountability
Swati Jhaveri
Pathological Boundaries in the Field of Comparative Administrative Law
Yseult Marique
Impartiality: A Dynamic Principle Redefining Traditional Boundaries in Administrative Law
Rodrigo Vallejo Garretón
Reckoning with Private Regulation in Contemporary Law and Legal Thought
Panel #36The transformative impact of the Inter-American System in contexts of democratic regression (Spanish).Chair: Jorge RoaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Catalina Botero
The transformative impact of the Inter-American System on freedom of expression in times of democratic regression.
Magdalena Correa
Transformative constitutionalism in Latin America as a constitutional mutation?
Irene Spigno
The impact of the IACHR Court's reparations in Mexico
Panel #37THE TENSION BETWEEN CONSTITUTIONALISM AND DEMOCRACY: SOME PERSPECTIVESChair: Rubens BeçakNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
RAFAELLA LOPES
“Supremo Tribunal Federal on the scene: the construction of the protagonist court”
Matheus Conde Pires
The Constitutional Filters
Rubens Beçak
Semi-presidentialism in Brazil: perspectives and opportunity
Panel #38Authoritarianism, Constitutionalism and Populism: Courts and other MeansChair: Andrea PozasNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Fierro
Accountability by Courts in Populist Governments
Alberto Abad Suárez Avila
Judicial reform in postliberal Mexico.
Leopoldo Gama
Judicial independence and democratic erosion. What institutional design can weaken or shield the judiciary?
Juan Mecinas
Cyberwarfare and authoritarianism. Lessons from the Russian invasion
Panel #39INEQUALITIES, INTERSECTIONALITIES AND VULNERABILTIES IN TIMES OF DEMOCRATIC EROSIONChair: Katya Kozicki2nd Chair: Vera Karam de ChueiriNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Melina Fachin

Letícia de Andrade Porto

Eduardo Augusto Salomão Cambi
THE BRAZILIAN SUPREME COURT AND THE CONVENTIONALITY CONTROL: DIALOGUES ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND VULNERABILITIES
Antonio Carlos Gonçalves Filho
Hate Tumors: The Glorification of The Past as a Fascist Justification for The Persecution of Marginalized Groups
Pedro Fauth Manhães Miranda

Katya Kozicki
On the concept of the unconventional state of affairs
Roosevelt Arraes

Vera Karam de Chueiri
The democratic (re)legitimation of the diminution of rights in the pandemic
Ana Claudia Milani e Silva
A woman’s place: geography’s contributions to feminist constitutionalism
Luiz Eduardo Peccinin

Lygia Maria Copi
CHILDHOOD AND DEMOCRACY: THE EXERCISE OF POLITICAL RIGHTS BY CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Panel #40Restorative Constitutionalism I: theoretical perspectivesChair: Mark TushnetNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rosalind Dixon

David Landau
Restorative Constitutionalism
Kim Lane Scheppele
Escaping Orbán’s Constitutional Prison
Renata Uitz
On Constitutional Transition Out of Hybrid Regimes
Sandy Levinson
The Iron Cage of Veneration
Gabor Halmai
Restoring Constitutionalism in Hungary?
Day 2 | July 5 | Online Panels 6 | 7:30-9:30 -
Panel #41Contributions from Latin America to the Issue of Business and Human RightsChair: Danielle Anne Pamplona2nd Chair: Salvador Herencia-CarrascoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sandro Gorski Silva
IUS CONSTITUTIONALE COMMUNE IN LATIN AMERICAN AND BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: PERSPECTIVES OF THE GLOBAL SOUTH
Salvador Herrencia-Carrasco

Patricia Almeida de Moraes
EXTRATERRITORIAL LITIGATION OF TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS: Challenges in access to jutice for victims
Florencia Wegher Osci

Ana Claudia Ruy Cardia
BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW IN LATIN AMERICA
Cristiane Aparecida Stoeberl

Anna Claudia Menezes Lourega Belli
FAMILY VLOGGING AND CHILDREN'S EXPOSITION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE UN GUIDING PRINCIPLES ON BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Panel #42Constitutional Challenges to Emergency Measures against Covid-19 Pandemic: Case studies of Japan, South Korea, and TaiwanChair: Wen-Chen ChangNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Masahiko Kinoshita
Pandemic Response without Constitutional Control in Japan and its Paradox
Mayu Terada
Problems with administrative law for health emergency; measures against infectious diseases in Japan regarding COVID-19
Jeong-In Yun
How Should the Constitution Survive Pandemic(s)?: Revisiting South Korea’s Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic
Chun-Yuan Lin
Taiwan's effective pandemic control and dialogic constitutionalism
Panel #43Evolutions in equality lawChair: Ngozi ChumaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nomfundo Ramalekana
Bridging the gap between constitutional abolitionist and transformative critiques of South African constitutionalism
Mohammad Ibrahim

Legal Capacity of Persons with Disabilities in Indonesia: A Human Rights Perspective
Zhi Wei Leo
Singapore’s Work Injury Compensation Act: an indirect right to social security during a pandemic?
María Garrote

IGNACIO ÁLVAREZ RODRÍGUEZ

COVADONGA FERRER MARTIN DE VIDALES
Three Courts, Three Faces of Non-Discrimination
Day 2 | July 5 | Online Panels 7 | 9:15-10:45 -
Panel #44Collaborative Constitutionalism in ContextChair: Aileen KavanaghNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Michaela Hailbronner
Collaborative Constitutionalism in Context
Eoin Carolan
Collaborative Constitutionalism in Context
James Fowkes
Collaborative Constitutionalism in Context
David Kosar
Collaborative Constitutionalism in Context
Panel #45Strengthening Democracy through a Re-Evaluation of Constitutional ReviewChair: Sarbani SenNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sarbani Sen
Debates on Standards of Review in the Indian Supreme Court
Abhay Almal
Judicial Reasoning in the Indian Supreme Court
Madhavi Gopalakrishnan
Re-evaluating Standards & Means of Constitutional Review in the Indian Supreme Court through Comparative Study
Panel #46New Trends in Constitutional ArgumentationChair: Alessio Sardo 2nd Chair: Arnulfo MateosNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Martin Borowski
On the Role of Positive Morality in Legal Interpretation
Pierre Brunet
Rights of Nature between Law and Morality?
Alessio Sardo

Damiano Canale

Giovanni Tuzet
Scenario Analysis in Karlsruhe: Exploring New Inferential Patterns of the Federal Constitutional Court
Francesca Ceresa Gastaldo
Towards a Robotic Justice: Problems and Perspectives of the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Judicial Systems
Arnulfo Mateos
Do Jus Cogens Dispositions Represent a Viable Justification for the Ideal Dimension of International Human Rights?
Maria Victoria Inostroza Kristan
Climate Change and Networks of Cities: Constitutional Limits
Panel #47Feminist judging at a time of gender equality backlash and resistance in Central and Eastern EuropeChair: Silvia SuteuNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ivo Gruev
Fighting ‘gender ideology’ with Christian Orthodoxy before the Bulgarian Constitutional Court
Barbara Havelkova
Feminist judging and judicial avoidance in Czechia
Ivana Krstic
The formalistic approach in Serbian judgments
Silvia Suteu
Interpretive formalism, impoverished rights review, and constitutional amendments before the Romanian Constitutional Court
Elena Brodeala
Discussant
Kriszta Kovacs
Discussant
Panel #48Administrative Powers and Technology: The Italian PerspectivesChair: Pierpaolo ForteNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marina Roma
The Challenges of a (non-)Digital Public Administration
Nicoletta Pica

Raffaella D'Amore
Automated Administrative Decision and Protection of Subjective Positions: Procedure and Process
Viviana Di Capua

Benedetta Giordano
Towards Cultural Digital: Tools, Limits and Opportunities
Donato Vese
The Automated State and the Human Judge
Luigi Ferrara
Discussant
Luca R. Perfetti
Discussant
Panel #49EU law: Evolutions and challengesChair: Konstantinos MargaritisNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elena Prats
Arbitrariness and Migration: The Case of Citizenship by Investment Programmes in the European Union
Federica Marconi

Biancamaria Raganelli
Building Transparency and Integrity through Integrity Pacts in Europe
Pia Storf
Collective Refugee Status Determination in the European Union
Loth Van der Auwermeulen

Sofie Hennau
Cross-border cooperation in public health: European public law to the rescue?
Nedim Hogic
Supremacy of EU Law and the Romanian Constitutional Court
Day 2 | July 5 | Online Panels 8 | 11:00-12:30 -
Panel #50Illiberalism in some CEE statesChair: Monika Florczak-WatorNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Timea Drinoczi

Agnieszka Bien-Kacala
Illiberalism in Hungary and Poland – reinterpreting sovereignty and nation
Matej Avbelj
Illiberal Democracy in Slovenia
Max Steuer

Darina Malova
Illiberal features of the Slovak Constitution: An explorative study
Jan Petrov
How to detect illiberal constitutional practices? From intent to effect
Gábor Mészáros
Discussant
Panel #51The Economic and Monetary Union after COVID: Changing paradigms and future prospectsChair: Diane FromageNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Menelaos Markakis
‘The EU’s fiscal rules: principle, policy and reform prospects’
Armin Steinbach
‘Revisiting EU’s economic governance framework – economic necessities and legal options’
Paul Dermine
‘The impact of NGEU on the Union’s institutional balances’
Panel #52Executive Democracy : Democracy in actionChair: Céline RomainvilleNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eoin Carolan
What do citizen perceptions of trust tell us about constitutional authority?
Michael Gordon
The End of Ministerial Responsibility?
Sophie Mercier
Democratic legitimacy and government accountability: an analysis through a gender lens
Céline Romainville
Does trust in Government still matter in constitutional law?
Sofia Vandenbosch
How democratic are treaties? The Europeanisation of the treaty-making power and its consequences on the democratic credentials of the executive prerogative in foreign affairs
Panel #53Making of Border Surveillance: A Question of Legality and AccountabilityChair: Niovi VavoulaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elaine Fahey
Institutionalising Data Transfers in the UK-EU Relations
Elif Mendos Kuşkonmaz
Privacy Standards for Data Transfers: Unlocking the Legality of PNR Data Transfers
Elspeth Guild
PNR Data: An Element of Criminal Justice or Border Control?
Niovi Vavoula
The Reform of the Advanced Passenger Information (API) Directive as a New Form of Travel Surveillance
Hanna Stoll
Discussant
Panel #54BOOK DiSCUSSION: Power to the People by Mark Tushnet and Bojan Bugaric; and Abusive Constitutional Borrowing by Rosalnd Dixon and David Landau.Chair: Rosalind DixonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bojan Bugaric
Power to the People: Constitutionalism in the Age of Populism
Mark Tushnet
Power to the People: Constitutionalism in the Age of Populism
David Landau
Abusive Constitutional Borrowing
Kim Lane Scheppele
Discussant
Panel #55The Protection of EU Financial Interests between the EU and Member States. Insights from the Betkosol ProjectChair: Aldo SandulliNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marta Simoncini

Cristina Fasone
The EU budget and the use of conditionalities: an effective tool to protect the EU financial interests?
Maurizia De Bellis

Maurizio Bellacosa
The Protection of the EU financial interests between administrative and criminal tools: OLAF and EPPO
Valerio Bontempi

Alessandro Nato
The Protection of the EU financial interests between EU and Member States: analysis of European funds in response to the pandemic emergency (RescEU, SURE, and SMEs)
Maciej Serowaniec

Natalia Dasko
Fight Against Fraud in the EU Funds in Poland – Audit Tools Used in European Funds Spending
Hilde Caroli Casavola

Eva Rulands
The protection of EU financial interest in Germany: administrative and criminal critical issues
Elisabetta Tatì

Rossella Sabia
The protection of EU financial interests in Italy: administrative and criminal critical issues
Panel #56Emerging Challenges in FederalismChair: Erika ArbanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Antoni Abat i Ninet
Is asymmetry unavoidable? Analysing territorial claims in unitary states.
Giuseppe Martinico

Antonia Baraggia
The Jeffersonian moment of the European Union
Adriano Dirri
Intergovernmental relations during the pandemic and beyond: an even more centralisation for the Italian regional system?
Panel #57Challenges in Constitutional Adjudication IIIChair: Giulia FabriNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Shubham Pandey
Is there a Denial of Right to Access Justice through Law and Policy? Investigations into the working of Subordinate Courts in India
Anthony Tonio Borg
Juridical Interest Redefined -The Maltese Experience
Ratu Durotun Nafisah
Public Participation Considerations in Constitutional Case: A Prospect for Deliberative lawmaking?
Giulia Fabri
The predictability of judicial decisions: criminal law implications of the dialogue among Courts
Breno Baía Magalhães

Valeska Ferreira
The Supreme Court’s judicial practice in times of crisis: is it possible to analyze the interaction between governmental and jurisprudential regimes in Brazil?
Sooraj Gemini
When does a state meet the Basic Legitimation Demand?
Panel #58The public law challenges of COVID-19 IIChair: Mila Versteeg No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Konstantinos Margaritis
Law of Emergency in Greece: Constitutional Matters
Roee Sarel

Jerg Gutmann

Stefan Voigt
Measuring Constitutional Loyalty: Evidence from the COVID-19 Pandemic
Kuan-Wei Chen
Reflections on the Regulations of the Digital Surveillance during and after the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study of Japan and Taiwan
Claudia Marchese
Technical-scientific bodies in public decision-making processes: a comparison of the French and Italian cases in occasion of the pandemic crisis.
Mila Versteeg (Chair)

Kevin Cope

Adam Chilton
The Constitution as an Institution: Experimental Evidence
Panel #59Issues in constitutional and legal theory IChair: Ignacio GiuffreNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Karina Denari Gomes de Mattos
A RESILIENT COURT? Vagueness and ambiguity in the Brazilian Supreme Court jurisprudence
Thomas Bustamante
Can Constitutional Law Scholars Be Political? A Response to Recent Scepticism
Stefanus Hendrianto
Constitutional Thomism: A Modest Proposal for Fixing Common Good Constitutionalism
Chris Monaghan
Reflecting on a constitutional controversy: new perspectives on the House of Lords’ decision in R (on the application of Bancoult) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (No.2) [2008] UKHL 61
Renato Costa
The Nature of Constitutions and the Doctrine of the Basic Structure of the Constitution
Day 2 | July 5 | Plenary Session: Public Health | 14:00-15:45 -
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Day 2 | July 5 | Online Panels 9 | 15:45-17:15 -
Panel #60The Future(s) of Constitutional Democracy?Chair: Mark RushNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bryan Alexander
Technology, Education, and the Future of Constitutional Democracy
Ran Hirschl
Constitutionalism and the Metropolis
Carissima Mathen
Does Social Media Have a Democratic Future?
Mark Rush
How Will Constitutional Democracy Appear in a Bigger, More Crowded, Interconnected World?
Panel #61European Citizen Initiative and Institutional ChangeChair: Angel Aday Jimenez Aleman2nd Chair: Dulce LopesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Pablo Riquelme Vázquez
The ECI as a tool for participatory democracy: a comparative analysys
Agata Daszko
ECI and the question of participation
Eduardo A. S. Figueiredo
Thinking European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) inside the box: how can we improve this participatory mechanism without amending the European Treaties?
Yilly Vanessa Pacheco Restrepo
The Initiative Role of the Commission
Panel #62Women, Gender and Constitutionalism in Central and Eastern EuropeChair: Mathias MöschelNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Barbara Havelková
CONSTITUTIONALIZATION OF GENDER IN CZECHIA AND SLOVAKIA – PROCEDURAL CHALLENGES AND SUBSTANTIVE TRENDS
Elena Brodeala

Ivo Gruev
CONSTITUTIONAL DEBATES ON “GENDER” AND “GENDER IDEOLOGY” IN ROMANIA AND BULGARIA
Ana Horvat Vuković

Ana Samobor
THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION OF REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND FAMILY IN CROATIA AND SLOVENIA
Ruth Rubio Marin
Discussant
Anna Śledzińska-Simon
Discussant
Panel #63Determinants of Anti-Trafficking EffortsChair: Jean-Pierre Gauci2nd Chair: Noemi MaguglianiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mina Chiang
Determinants of Anti-Trafficking Efforts: Algeria and Bahrain
Angeli Patricia Romero
Determinants of Anti-Trafficking Efforts: The Philippines
Carolina Rudnick
Determinants of Anti-Trafficking Efforts: Chile
Nasia Hadjigeorgiou
Determinants of Anti-Trafficking Efforts: Cyprus
Panel #64Guarantor (Fourth Branch) InstitutionsChair: Peter CaneNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tarun Khaitan
A Functional Account of Guarantor Institutions
Dinesha Samararatne
Sri Lanka’s Guarantor Branch: Constitutional Resilience by Stealth?
Elliot Bulmer
The Constitutional Design of Fourth Branch Institutions: A Practitioner's Perspective
Antonia Baraggia
National Human Rights Institutions as Guarantors
Jeff King
N/A
Panel #65Public law and environmental challengesChair: Sergio Andres Morales BarretoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marco Galimberti
Constitutional problems and prospects in environmental protection: the case of Italy
Mariarita Circi
Democracy and sustainability. ESG considerations and Ukrainian war: rules without governance and accountability?
NADIA SIMA SPADARO
PERSPECTIVES OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT
Ricardo Pereira
The Case for a Global Treaty to Combat Wildlife Crime: Addressing Gaps in International Law
Serkan Köybaşı
The Reconstruction of Constitutionalism to Tackle the Climate Crisis
Hüseyin Celik
The union for self-consumption of Energy
Panel #66Constitutional law and executive power: New challenges and opportunitiesChair: Ignacio GiuffreNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Zhaosong Xu
Commander in Chief across Policy Dimensions: Theoretical Flaws of Independent Military Executive
Francisco Javier Romero
Fiscal federalism and solidarity: exploring the role of equalization mechanisms as a tool of territorial integration in multilevel countries facing secessionist challenges
paolo d'anselmi
The absence of ‘vertical’ impartiality in public administration
Beatriz C. Martínez Isidoro
The right to information on the processes of classification of the “secrets” of State of the Spanish government
Karina Denari Gomes de Mattos

Kaja Kowalczewska
The role of the third sector in man-made disasters: the Brazilian and Polish Red Cross Associations case study
Panel #67Law, tech, and fundamental rightsChair: Giulia AndradeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kenny Chng
Falsehoods, foreign interference and free speech in Singapore
Roni Rosenberg
IMAGE-BASED SEXUAL ABUSE IN LIGHT OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTION
Giulia Andrade
Recognition of the protection of personal data as a fundamental right in Brazil: constitutional amendment 115/2022
Klaus D. Beiter
Relaunching the REBSPA for Scholarly Publishing and Another Science? Transcending Clashes Between Copyright and Science
Ramiro Alvarez
The case for loosing rights
Panel #68Gold-Plating and Other Challenges for Multilevel Legislative CyclesChair: Manuel CabugueiraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Eduardo Magrani

Cristina Rego de Oliveira

Cecília Barros
Gold-Plating: Context and Problematics
Manuel Cabugueira

Martim Farinha

Felipe Andrade
Gold-Plating: Methodological Approach
Fabiana de Menezes Soares
The Brazilian Case
Felix Ulhmann
Discussant
Day 2 | July 5 | Online Panels 10 | 17:30-19:00 -
Panel #69Constitutionalism in Context II: The Frontiers of the FieldChair: David Law2nd Chair: David LandauNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Maartje De Visser
Nonjudicial Constitutional Interpretation: The Netherlands
Tom Ginsburg
The State of the Field
Ran Hirschl
Methodology and Research Design
Elaine Mak

David Law
Transnational Judicial Communication: The European Union
Julieta Rossi

Daniel Brinks
Social and Economic Rights: Argentina
Mark Tushnet
Fourth-Branch Institutions: South Africa
Panel #70Effective control over technical standards embedded into EU lawChair: Marie Gérardy2nd Chair: Mariolina Eliantonio3rd Chair: Cedric JenartNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mateus Correia de Carvalho

Alex Soroiu
Lawtify Premium: Public.Resource.Org (T-185/19) or the story of how law became private
Mariolina Eliantonio
What’s in a name: the Commission’s “control” of harmonised European standards
Marie Gérardy
The New EU strategy on standardisation: high stakes, weak proposals.
Panel #71Clashing Interests and Fundamental RightsChair: Nathalie SchnablNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Nathalie Schnabl
Inequality in access to the rule of law
Lynn Hillary
Mutual Trust and Fundamental Rights
Mirjam van Schaik
The Right to Change Religion or Belief
Eduardo Arenas Catalán
Contemporary developments in the collective protection of social rights
Panel #72Thinking dignity: re-imagining democracyChair: Erin DalyNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Mollie Gascoigne
Recognising the unrecognised? The opportunities of dignity for new and emerging transgender rights
Stephan Sonnenberg
Climate Displacement with Dignity: Moving Beyond the Paradigm of Refugee Status
Zaynab El Bernoussi
3Ds: dignity, democracy and development as foci for local and global governance
Catherine Dupre
Human dignity, life, death and democracy
Erin Daly

James May
Including the non-humans in the political community
Panel #73Global Health Law and Pandemics : From COVID-19 to the Pandemic Treaty?Chair: Aeyal GrossNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Aeyal Gross
Whose Global Health SEcurity
Pedro Villarreal
Rules-Based Global Disease Surveillance after COVID-19
Alicia Ely Yamin
What Covid Unmasked: Human Rights Narratives in Global Health
Roojin Habibi
The Principle of Systemic Integration in Times of Public Health Crisis: International Law’s Fiction or Opportunity?
Panel #74Challenges and Prospects in the Regulation of Human ReproductionChair: Elena BrodealăNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Andrea Büchler
Discussant
Zvi Triger

Yael Hashiloni Dolev
The invention of the extended family of choice: the rise and fall (to date) of posthumous grandparenthood in Israel
Alice Margaria
Trans Parents Grappling with Gendered Regulations of Parental Status: Anyone Coping Better than Others?
Mélanie Levy
Surrogacy and Parenthood: a European Saga of Genetic Essentialism and Gender Discrimination
Marie-Hélène Spiess
Regulating Human Germline Genome Editing: Balancing Risks and Opportunities
Judit Sándor
Designer Babies Call for Newly Designed Rights
Panel #75Courts and fundamental rights: evolutionsChair: Stefanie LemkeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Stefanie Lemke
Advocates for Silenced Voices: How Human Rights Lawyers in Europe Defend the Rule of Law
Ranieri L. Resende
Common Law Sources and the Brazilian Originalist Model of Impeachment: Political Accountability or Legal Responsibility?
John Dinan
Constitutional Amendments as Vehicles for Expanding Rights: Insights from U.S. State Constitutional Developments
Ricardo Alexis Uvalle Aguilera
Supreme Court of Justice in Mexico: human rights guarantor institution with an outstanding debt in the judicial control of power.
Jimmy Hsu
The Road to Sunflower: How do Taiwan’s courts deal with civil disobedience?
Breno Baía Magalhães

Alina Ribeiro

Gabriela Santos
What the Supreme Court teaches us about the Right to Education: conceptual difficulties and veiled communitarianism.
Panel #76Proportionality: Evolutions and challengesChair: Micol PignataroNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Roee Sarel

Anne van Aaken
Framing Effects in Proportionality Analysis: Experimental Evidence
Martha Basazienw Kassa
Lampposts for Dimly Lit Roads: Bringing Legitimacy Back to the Proportionality Principle
VASILEIOS G. TZEMOS
Structuring a uniform pattern of the principle of proportionality in legal praxis
Pedro Caminos

The Principle of Proportionality as An Obstacle to the Legitimacy of Courts in Constitutional Adjudication
Day 2 | July 5 | Online Panels 11 | 21:15-22:45 -
Panel #77Constitutional processes and making democracyChair: Aslı BâliNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Endre Orban
Constitution-making in Hungary under the radar of the Venice Commission
Leigha Crout
Constitutional Moments in Autocratic States
Aslı Bâli

Omar Dajani
Decentralization as Self-Determination?: Exploring confederalism in the MENA region
Lidia Bonifati
Seeds of Degradation? The Impact of Imposed Constitutional Design and International Presence in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Panel #78Does Constitutional Scholarship Travel?Chair: Dimitris Kyritsis2nd Chair: Stuart LakinNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rosalind Dixon
Constitutional Theory and Comparative Constitutional Law
Mark Tushnet
Pluralism in Constitutional Theory
Silvia Suteu
The View From Nowhere in Constitutional Theory: A Methodological Inquiry
Lindsay Stirton

Arvind Thiruvallore Thattai
'A Misshapen Monster in Constitutional Law'? How Constitutional Theories Travel, and How they are Bent Out of Shape in the Process
Marco Goldoni
Can Constitutional Imagination Spread across Political Economies?
Panel #79Nature, Peoples & the Law: Political and Legal Innovations in Ecological DemocracyChair: Camila VergaraNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kai Huschke
Dismantling the US Property Doctrine in the Name of Planet and People
Camila Vergara
Democracy to Avert Ecocide
Isaac Stethem
Sinking Islands, Rising Rocks: Law, Politics, and Territory in an Era of Planetary Crisis
Francisco Bustos
Ecocide as an International Crime: The Case of the Chilean Constituent Process
Panel #80Neurorights: new human rights? (Spanish/ Portuguese)Chair: Ana Maria D'Ávila Lopes2nd Chair: Felipe Paredes 3rd Chair: Antonio Jorge Pereira JúniorNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ana Maria D’Ávila Lopes
ETHICAL-LEGAL LIMITS OF NEUROSCIENCE/ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE INTERFACE ADVANCES
Antonio Jorge Pereira Júnior

Esteban Oyarzún Gómez
THE DEEPEST SANCTUARY OF MENTAL PRIVACY: THE AMERICAS AND THE PROTECTION OF NEURO HUMAN RIGHTS
Aline Passos Maia
Neurolaw and Burnout
Mara Lívia Moreira Damasceno
THE INFLUENCE OF NEUROSCIENCE AND NONVIOLENT COMMUNICATION FOR THE CONSENSUS MANAGEMENT OF CONFLICTS
Felipe Paredes
Dilemmas in Chilean Neuro-Rights regulation
Panel #81Book Roundtable on Joseph Fishkin and Willy Forbath's The Anti-Oligarchy Constitution (HUP, 2022)Chair: Ran HirschlNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Kate O'Regan
Book commentary
Frank Michelman
Book commentary
Emily Zackin
Book commentry
Roy Kreitner
Book commentary
Victor Ferreres Comella
Book commentary
William Forbath
Author's response
Panel #82Rethinking Representation on the International BenchChair: Neus Torbisco CasalsNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez
Of sticky floors and glass ceilings: Why is it so difficult to significantly increase the number of women judges at the European Court of Human Rights?
Andreas Follesdal
Beyond Geography and Gender: Representation at the International Bench for Adjudication and Law-making
Freya Baetens
Marginal Adjustment or Structural Reform? Improving Nomination and Election Procedures to the International Bench
Justina Uriburu
When Representation Does Not Matter: Why Do Latin American States Litigate Before the ICJ?
Neus Torbisco Casals
Beyond Formal Representation: Decolonizing International Courts and Tribunals
Panel #83Citizens’ participation and trust on official institutions in Latin America: methodological challenges (Spanish)Chair: Demian Iglesias SeifertNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Daniela Rodriguez Gutierrez
Citizens’ perceptions and the legitimacy of constitutions and governmental institutions
Lucia Giudice
Uruguayan constitutionalism through the “urgent consideration laws”
Samuel Tschorne
Chile’s political crisis and its constituent process
Ignacio Giuffré
From popular distrust to deliberative constitutionalism
Ana Micaela Alterio
Discussant
Panel #84The public law challenges of COVID-19 IIIChair: Paulina MaciasNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
MAURO CRISTECHE
Emergency Policies and Universal Basic Income proposals in Latin America in times of pandemic
Juliana Patricio da Paixão
INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM IN THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AND THEORY SOCIOLOGY OF LAW: GUIDELINES ON RESPONSIVE LAW AND THE REGULATORY CULTURE
Bernardo Campinho
Judicialization of science and the precedents of the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court on the public management of the covid-19 pandemic
Juliano Benvindo

Gabriela Rondon

Debora Diniz

Speaking Truth to Power: Legal Scholars as Survivors and Witnesses of the COVID-19 in Brazil
Alexander Carl Dinopoulos
The Legality of Necessity in the State of Exception; Agamben via Bern
Day 3 | July 6 | Online Panels 12 | 00:15-01:45 -
Panel #85Legislative statistics: what numbers can tell about the legislative processChair: Sónia RodriguesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Sónia Rodrigues

Sofia Solayman
The impact of the pandemic on the legislative process
Francisco Pereira Coutinho
Plunging into the legal conundrum: how relevant are EU law sources in Portugal?
Maria Nazaré Lins Barbosa
Laboratory for the analysis of legislative production in the city of São Paulo (Brazil)
Shunsuke Kyo
Penal Populism and the Quantity of Laws with Harsher Punishment in Japan
Ricardo Cunha
The numbers of legislation in democratic transitions
Panel #86Comparative Analysis of Covid-19 Responses and Constitutional Issues in JapanChair: Keigo ObayashiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Keigo Obayashi
Controlling Pandemic or People?: Some Constitutional Issues in the Countermeasure Against Covid-19 in Japan
Atsushi Aono
Oita Local Model Comparing South Dakota Model
Takatoshi Tezuka
COVID-19 Pandemic a Emergency Declaration in Local Government : A Comparison of Japan and the Canada
Miki Kadota
Constitutional Problems in the Decision-Making Process Under Pandemic: Precautionary Measures Against Covid-19 in Japan and Germany
Jonathan Hafetz
Legal Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Comparison of Japan and the United States
Panel #87Constitutions at the forefront: Tomorrow's constitutional lawChair: Flavio QuemboNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Octaviano Padovese
Constitution, culture and technique – can constituion be revolutionary?
George Goradze
Constitutional Grounds of Territorial Politics: Ambiguousness of Georgian Constitution
Stephanie Chng
Emotions and Constitutional Law: A Mutually Reinforcing Feedback Loop
Ron Levy
FIXED CONSTITUTIONAL COMMITMENTS: EVALUATING CLIMATE CHANGE CONSTITUTIONALISM’S ‘NEW FRONTIER’
Bronach Rafferty
My Body Braille For Creeping Influences; Towards a 21st Century Constitution and Beyond
Flavio Quembo
TOWARDS A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR MEASURING POLITICAL SUSTAINABILITY: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MOZAMBIQUE AND SWEDEN
Panel #88Constitutionalism Beyond LiberalismChair: Vicki JacksonNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Asli Bali
Learning from non-liberal constitutional contexts
Madhav Khosla
Beyond Constitutional Courts
Ben Liebman
Party Documents and Adjudication in China
Theunis Roux
Non-liberal constitutionalism and the decolonial critique
Day 3 | July 6 | Online Panels 13 | 7:00-8:30 -
Panel #89The Regulation of AI Systems: Multidisciplinary PerspectivesChair: Sofia RanchordasNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Lena Enqvist
‘Human oversight’ in the draft EU AI regulation. What, when and by whom?
Maksim Karliuk
Proportionality Principle for the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
Sofia Ranchordas

Ida Varosanec
Against Transparency
Bashar Fteiha
The Regulation of Cybersecurity of Autonomous Vehicles using a Law and Economics approach
Panel #90Global Pandemocracy - The COVID-19 Crisis and its Impacts on Democracy InternationallyChair: Konrad LachmayerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Pablo Riberi
Pandemocracy in Latin America – Revisiting the Political and Constitutional Dimension of the Pandemic
Akiko Ejima

Yota Negishi
Pandemocracy in Asia: How far can Asian countries maintain constitutional principles in the pandemic crisis?
Matthias C Kettemann
Platforms in the Pandemic: How Private Speech Rules Impacted Public Health and Healthy Democratic Discourses
Maria Bertel
From pandemocracy to eco-democracy? – Lessons from the pandemic
Panel #91Outsourcing Rulemaking Powers: Status and PerspectivesChair: Florian Becker2nd Chair: Cedric JenartNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Cedric Jenart
Opportunities of national comparison outsourcing rulemaking powers
Emmanuel Slautsky
Threats of national comparison outsourcing rulemaking powers
Marie Gérardy
EU Law and outsourcing rulemaking powers via dynamic referrals
Yseult Marique
N/A. Discussant.
Day 3 | July 6 | Online Panels 14 | 10:00-11:30 -
Panel #92Weimar Moments II: The Past and Future of Transformative ConstitutionalismChair: Agustín José MenéndezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Thomas Kleinlein
Trust, Distrust and the Foreign Relations Law of the Weimar Republic
Vlad Perju
Constitutional Identity and Constitutional Openness
Sabrina Ragone
The Weimar Model from the Italian Viewpoint
Panel #93ICCAL AND HUMAN RIGHTS: TRANSFORMATIVE DIALOGUES BETWEEN THE BRAZILIAN JUDICIARY AND THE INTER-AMERICAN SYSTEMChair: Flávia PiovesanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Patrícia Perrone Campos Mello
Dialogues between the Brazilian Supreme Court and the Inter-American System of Human Rights
Anna Luisa Walter Santana

Danielle Anne Pamplona

Marina Bonatto

Melina Girardi Fachin
Analysis of the transformative impact of the Inter-American Human Rights System on gender case-law in the Brazilian Constitutional Jurisdiction
Mônia Clarissa Hennig Leal

Ana Carolina Lopes Olsen
The Brazilian Federal Supreme Court and Structural Racism: the role of judicial dialogue
Sandro Gorski Silva
Transformative constitutionalism and LGBTQIA+ human rights: an analysis of the impacts of the Brazilian Supreme Court case law
Gabriela Cristina Braga Navarro

Carina Rodrigues de Araújo Calabria
The Brazilian legal regime for the rights of indigenous and traditional peoples: monologues between courts
Panel #94Global Studies in Action: Problems and Prospects in Public LawChair: Benedetta BarbisanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elisabetta Baldassini
From Takashi Sakai to Kampala. China and the Criminalization of Aggression through the Looking Glass of the Dichotomy Justice and Maintenance of Peace and Security
Miriam Bartolozzi
Rethinking Public Diplomacy
Gianmarco Cristofari
Platformization and Legal Protection by Design
Nicolò Maria Ingarra
Management of Organizational Well-being and Health
Fulvio Costantino
Citizenship and Membership: Theory and Challenges in Times of Global Crises. Citizenship vs Digital Citizenship?
Panel #95AI and public law: Theoretical challengesChair: Rostam J. NEUWIRTHNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Rostam J. NEUWIRTH
Artificial Intelligence and Harmful Manipulative ‘Subliminal Techniques’: A Case for Global Regulation?
Guilherme Kirtschig
Legal Argumentation and Deep Learning – Can a Robot Judge Reason?
Valentina Cavani
New technologies and new challenges for public law
Felipe Roquete
TIME, LAW, AND TECHNOLOGY: an explanatory typology of strategies for regulating Artificial Intelligence
Panel #96Liberal principles in times of Covid-19Chair: Kai MöllerNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Yossi Nehushtan

Faye Thomas
Lockdowns and Intergenerational Justice
Danielle Anne Pamplona
Latin-American states’ responses to Covid-19 regarding corporate conduct
Octavio Ferraz
Mandatory Vaccination and Human Rights I
Kai Möller
Mandatory vaccination and Human Rights II
Panel #97Beyond parliamentarism, presidentialism & semi-presidentialism: Exploring a neglected model of separating powerChair: Tarun KhaitanNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Steffen Ganghoff
Semi/Moderated Parliamentarism: A fourth model of Separating power
Hannah White
n/a
Timothy Endicott
n/a
Jeff King
n/a
Oran Doyle
n/a
Panel #98Constitution-making, constituent power, and amendabilityChair: Costas StratilatisNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Diego Lisoni

Ignacio Escobar
Chilean Constituent Process: Reengineering of Citizen Participation
Galimberty Ponce Flores

Foundations, function and procedure of constitutional reform: analysis of the reforms made to the 1993 Political Constitution of Peru
Costas Stratilatis
Implicit unamendability in the absence of democratic constituent power? The case of Cyprus
Justine Guichard
Peoplehood and Enmity as Constitutional Categories: Reading North Korea in Historical and Comparative Perspective
Day 3 | July 6 | Online Panels 15 | 11:45-13:15 -
Panel #99Context and Implications of Pluralism in Constitutional Reviews: Lessons from Comparative Studies of Japan, Italy, and South KoreaChair: Masahiko KinoshitaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elisa Bertolini
(Un)Reasonable discrimination in family-related issues: a cleavage between the Japanese Supreme Court and the civil society
Il-Young Jung
Functional Comparison of Judicial Review in South Korea and Japan
Masahiko Kinoshita
Has the Japanese Supreme Court been passive?
Graziella Romeo
What if we become ‘political’? Constitutional Court and Parliament vis à vis the protection of fundamental rights
Panel #100Book launch: “Judicial Review of Administration in Europe. Procedural Fairness and Propriety” (G della Cananea & M Andenas eds., OUP, 2021)Chair: Martina Conticelli2nd Chair: Angela Ferrari ZumbiniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Giacinto della Cananea
Book presentation
Mads Andenas
Book presentation
Mariolina Eliantonio
Comments on the book
Thomas Perroud
Comments on the book
Duncan Fairgrieve
Comments on the book
Panel #101DATA SHARING WITHIN THE EU: REFLECTIONS AND PERSPECTIVESChair: Andrea AverardiNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Camilla Ramotti

Lucrezia Magli
DATA GOVERNANCE ACT AND DATA ACT: THE PILLARS OF THE NEW EUROPEAN DIGITAL ECONOMY
Federica Ciarlariello
European case law on the processing of personal data
Carlo Pezzullo
Police investigation and interoperability of databases within the Italian Legal System and the European Union
Marianna Mazzarella
Internet Service Providers liability in data management
Luisa Torchia
Panel #102Tech-Augmented Legal EnvironmentChair: Gábor Kecskés2nd Chair: Judit GlavanitsNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Gábor Kecskés
Tech-Augmented International Environmental Law
Judit Glavanits
State-governed blockchain for public procurement smart contracts
Gergely Karácsony
Tech-Augmented Legal Environment – Specific Issues
Panel #103Minorities, courts, and lawChair: Azubike Onura-OnugoNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ashwani Kumar Singh
Judicially Invented Conundrum of Religious Freedom in India
Ranieri L. Resende
Mandatory Consultation to Indigenous Peoples: Part of the Inter-American Public Order?
Roxan Laubscher
Recognition of language rights in South Africa: innovation or dismal failure?
Pedro Grandez
The cultural interpretation of constitutional rights: the case of due process in Andean communities
Yi-Li Lee
The Use of International Laws on Non-Citizen Rights Cases in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan
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Day 3 | July 6 | Online Panels 16 | 20:00-21:30 -
Panel #104Constitutional change and social justiceChair: Maria KotsoniNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Benjamin Alemparte
Assessing Chile's new social and economic rights constitutional provisions
Fernando Loayza Jordán
Democratizing the fiscal constitution
Adam Ploszka
At the origins of illiberal democracy. The relationship between the constitutional socioeconomic status of an individual, populism and the rule of law on the example of Hungary and Poland
Maria Kotsoni
Contesting austerity through reform? Constitutional amendment demands and social rights in post-crisis Greece and Ireland
Panel #105Public Law and Private Power - A Business and Human Rights PerspectiveChair: Izabela Schiffauer2nd Chair: Olga Hałub-KowalczykNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Elena Pribytkova
Should Corporations Assist in the Realisation of Human Rights?
Gali Racabi
The Bramble and the Trees: The Employer’s Prerogative as the Foundation of Private Workplace Power
Clarissa Valli Buttow

Sophie Weerts
Human Rights Due Diligence and the challenges of the Data Economy  
Łukasz Szoszkiewicz
Access to digital data in the era of Artificial Intelligence – a human rights perspective
Izabela Schiffauer
Accountability of Corporate Actors for Environmental Harm: Lessons from Human-Rights Based Litigation
Anna Tarnowska
Discussant
Panel #106ARGUMENTATIVE RATIONALITY AGAINST LAWFAREChair: MARTONIO MONT'ALVERNE BARRETO LIMA2nd Chair: Ana Maria D'Àvila LopesNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Miguel Rábago Dorbecker
Early Lawfare in Mexico: the desafuero process of 2005
Ana Maria D'Ávila Lopes
MACCORMICK'S ARGUMENTATIVE THEORY FOR STRENGTHENING THE RULE OF LAW AND FACING LAWFARE
Mabel I. Sanchéz Martínes
Early Lawfare in Mexico: the desafuero process of 2005
Panel #107Challenges in constitutional adjudicationChair: Juan LopezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Shih-An Wang
Adjudicating the Roles of Political Parties in Context: Beyond the Right-Based Understanding Through the Case of Taiwan
ANDRES FERNANDO MEJIA RESTREPO

Liliana Damaris Pabon
Assessing Judicial Reasoning A Methodological Proposal for Constitutional Decision-Making Courts in South America
Flávia Santiago
From enforceability to justiciability of the right to pre-primary education: institutional obstacles to the Brazilian strong model of judicial review
Emanuel Linhares
Integrity and the Virtue of Openness on Higher Courts Reasoning
Eleonora Mesquita Ceia
Separation of powers and external relations: the role of constitutional courts in judicial review of international treaties
Stephen Gardbaum
Political parties, voting systems, and the twin challenges of fragmented and unduly concentrated political power
Panel #108AI and the transformation of State powers: Executive and JudiciaryChair: Giulia AndradeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Bárbara Mendonça Bertotti
Artificial intelligence and administrative acts in the Brazilian legal system
Joana Machado
COURTS AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN THE DIGITAL CONTEXT
Ioana Costea
Public law and the Metaverse: an possible scenario for new forms of taxation
Kaitlyn Cumming
The Civil Resolution Tribunal: Civil A2J and Mission Creep in an Era of Inequality and Institutional Mistrust
Panel #109Fake news and disinformation: a comparative view between Europe and the Americas (Spanish)Chair: Ángela Moreno BobadillaNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Isabel Serrano Maíllo
Critical assessment of enacted legislation concerning disinformation in Europe
Sebastián Zárate Rojas
Critical assessment of enacted legislation concerning disinformation in the Americas
Sebastián Zárate Rojas
Discussant
Pedro Anguita Ramírez
Fake News and Disinformation in Chile
Ángela Moreno Bobadilla
Fake News and Disinformation in Europe
Day 3 | July 6 | Online Panels 17 | 21:45-23:15 -
Panel #110Challenges of data protection in the digital ageChair: Ingo Wolfgang Sarlet No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Marion Albers
The European fundamental right to data protection – fit for the future?
Francisco Pereira Coutinho
International EU Data Transfers: impact of Schrems II to Brazil
Catarina Santos Botelho
Discriminatory algorithms – From utopia to dystopia?
Laura Schertel Mendes
Algorithms and Discrimination: The Case of Credit Scoring in Brazil
Gabrielle Bezerra Sales
The protection of personal data and the performance of the Public Power in Brazil the principle of informational separation of power and the Constitutional Amendment 115/2022
Danilo Doneda
Neural privacy
Panel #111The Automation of Public Administrations: Comparative Administrative Law PerspectivesChair: Moritz SchrammNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Paloma Krõõt Tupay
AI Systems in the Estonian Public Administration
Steven Van Garsse
AI and the question of hidden regulatory power
Luisa Scarcella

Alexander Schuster
Administrative Mistakes and the Rise of Digital Government in France, Italy, and the Netherlands
Hanne Marie Motzfeld
DigiLaw: The Digitization of Nordic-Baltic Public Administrations
Panel #112Constitutional Identity and IlliberalismChair: Emilio Meyer2nd Chair: Tímea DrinócziNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Emilio Meyer

Tímea Drinóczi
Authoritarianism and Constitutional Identity: Comparing the Cases of Hungary and Brazil
Berihun Adugna Gebeye
The Identity of the Constitutional Subject and the Construction of Constitutional Identity: Lessons from Africa
Jaclyn Neo
Constitutional Identity and Democratic Populism: Shades of Gray?
Julian Scholtes
Constitutional identity and political closure
Pietro Faraguna
The case for militant constitutional identity in the EU
Yaniv Roznai
Discussant
Panel #113New frontiers of abortion constitutionalismChair: Ruth Rubio MarínNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ruth Rubio Marín
Spanish abortion constitutionalism: What will it be?
Paola Bergallo
Legalization and democratization in Argentina: Constitutional change and abortion 10 years after FAL
Reva Siegel
With Attacks on Roe, New Law Grows
Anna Śledzińska-Simon
Constitutional rights of a fetus and women's maternal obligations: how to challenge the abortion status quo in Poland?
Julieta Lemaitre Ripoll
Colombia’s 2022 decriminalization of abortion
Reva Siegel
Discussant
Panel #114AI, Human Rights, and the Rule of LawChair: Giulia AndradeNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
João Gabriel Archegas

Amanda Bório
Cyber “Raw”: The Shortcomings of the European Union’s Regulatory Framework for Cyberspace amid the Pegasus Scandal
Joana Machado

Sergio Negri
FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, AND CORPORATIONS: INNOVATION OR DEHUMANIZATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS?
Adrien Schifano
How robots can make legal personhood work better
Joao Archegas
Postbellum Content Moderation and Platform Governance: Lessons from Ukraine
Bronach Rafferty
Squaring the Circle; Participation and Adaptation in Legal Framework Composition as a Democratic Process regarding AI regulation
Day 3 | July 6 | Online Panels 18 | 23:30-01:00 -
Panel #115USING THE CONSTITUTION AGAINST ITSELF. ON THE (AB)USE OF CONSTITUTIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROCEDURES TO SUBVERT DEMOCRACY AND THE RULE OF LAW (SPANISH).Chair: Francisca Pou-GiménezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Hugo Ramírez
What kind of constitution for a militant democracy?
Jaime Olaiz
Constitutional Regressions through Abusive Constitutional Borrowing in Latin America.
Mariana Velasco
The use and abuse of mechanisms of direct democracy in Mexico.
José Mario De la Garza
The Behavior of the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice in the context of abusive constitutional borrowing in Mexico.
Panel #116Responsive Judicial Review: Author meets ReaderChair: Erin Delaney No room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Ivo Gruev
Commentator
Erin Delaney
Commentator
Stephen Gardbaum
Commentator
Michaela Hailbronner
Commentator
Rosalind Dixon
Response to Commentators
Panel #117Book Discussion on "The Rule of Law in Brazil :The Legal Construction of Inequality" (Hart 2022)Chair: Gabrielle Appleby2nd Chair: Lorne NeudorfNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Tom Daly
Book Discussion on “The Rule of Law in Brazil :The Legal Construction of Inequality” (Hart 2022)
David Landau
Book Discussion on “The Rule of Law in Brazil :The Legal Construction of Inequality” (Hart 2022)
Debora Diniz
Book Discussion on “The Rule of Law in Brazil :The Legal Construction of Inequality” (Hart 2022)
Vera Karam de Chueiri
Book Discussion on “The Rule of Law in Brazil :The Legal Construction of Inequality” (Hart 2022)
Juliano Zaiden Benvindo
Reply to Comments on “The Rule of Law in Brazil: The Legal Construction of Inequality”
Panel #118Contribution of the Ecuadorian constitutional juriprudence to liberty and due processChair: Daniel Gallegos-Herrera2nd Chair: Byron VillagómezNo room assigned yet
Author(s)
Paper Title
Byron Villagómez
The resignification of habeas corpus in the recent case-law of the Constitutional Court of Ecuador
María Amelia Espinosa
The abuse of the state of exception figure and its constitutional review: the Ecuadorian social rehabilitation system
Nathaly Sevilla
Who is entitled to make this interpretation? The remand provisions in habeas corpus cases in Ecuador
Juan Sebastián Baquero
Three lessons on abortion for global public law