The pan-European general principles on judicial review in administrative matters through the lens of effectiveness

The normative substance of the pan-European general principles on judicial review in administrative matters stems from the various legal acts developed within the framework of the Council of Europe. Even though these sources concern different features making up the entirety of the normative content of the pan-European general principles, the notion of effectiveness constitutes a recurring theme in the reading of many of them. It seems that the concept of effectiveness accurately reflects the core objective and function of various aspects comprising the pan-European general principles and it is worth studying its precise influence on the process of their constant development. My aim is thus to explore to what extent the principle of effectiveness informs the various legal components of the pan-European general principles on judicial review in administrative matters, and what follows, has direct impact at the content thereof.