vol. 33, no 1, spring/printemps 2021 (119)
ISSN (Print): 1105-1590 / ISSN (Online): 2310-6514
The European Group of Public Law (EGPL) annual reunion 2020, intended to take place from the 11th to the 13th of September 2020 in Legraina, Sounion (Greece), was not realized due to the coronavirus pandemic. So did the colloquium on the subject: “For a New Public Law”, which was to take place on the occasion of the EGPL annual Reunion.
Although the Colloquium did not exceptionally take place due to the unprecedented cirsumstances, this ERPL issue, in accordance with the standard ERPL policy and the usual schedule, comprises the papers which would be presented at the Colloquium by eminent academics and legal scholars on this occasion.
This ERPL issue follows the thematics of the Conference:
- Public Law Impact on Private Domain – General Introduction:
Public Law and Private Powers: Protection of Rights against Big Undertakings (Antitrust; Sectoral Regulation; Privacy Enforcement) / Constitutionalization of Private Law: Solidarity in Legal Private Relationships; Reasonableness and Proportionality in Contract Law
- Enhancement of Common Values –
Common Constitutional Traditions in Europe: The Jurisprudence of Supranational Courts
Changes in Teaching –
Scholarship and Teaching of Public Law. The Dogmatic Approach / New Paths for Public Law, the Role of Comparative Public Law in Enhancing Common Values / Different Teaching Approaches / Comparison as a Source of Law
The General Conclusions to the Conference are also included in the issue.
At the end of the issue, a contribution on the general theme of the Conference is published.
M. D’Alberti, Administrative Law and Private Powers [IN ENGLISH]
A. Schwerdtfeger, Changes in the Teaching of Law – A View from Germany [IN ENGLISH]
M. D’Alberti, A New Public Law – General Conclusions [IN ENGLISH]