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Judicial Appointments: The Article 255 TFEU Advisory Panel and Selection Procedures in the Member States
This article assesses recent reforms of the appointment procedure for members of the Court of Justice and the General Court. We evaluate the effects of the establishment of the Article 255 TFEUExpand
The potential of civil society and human rights organizations through third-party interventions before the European Courts: the EU’s area of freedom, security and justice
This chapter examines the present role and the potential for future involvement of civil society and human rights organizations in the new judicial accountability and fundamental rights landscapeExpand
Towards an Internal Hierarchy of Values in the EU Legal Order
This article compares American constitutional law and practice on the First Amendment freedom of speech vis-à-vis data privacy in the US to the right to freedom of expression vis-à-vis data privacyExpand
Reining in the Big Promise of Big Data: Transparency, Inequality, and New Regulatory Frontiers
The growing differentiation of services based on Big Data harbors the potential for both greater societal inequality and for greater equality. Anti-discrimination law and transparency alone, however,Expand
Profiling and the Essence of the Right to Data Protection
First, we review the legislative history of the provision on automated decision-making in the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive (the 1995 Directive), as it was amended in the process of adopting aExpand
The Notion of Consensus as a Route to Democratic Adjudication?
  • B. Petkova
  • Political Science
  • Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies
  • 2012
Abstract Building on the theory of democratic constitutionalism, I assess the political implications of the constitutional space formed by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), theExpand
Privacy as Europe's First Amendment
The protection of universal principles varies across jurisdictions: the prominence of free speech in the United States is undisputed. My argument is that the First Amendment took off only during theExpand