Eleven Catalogue 2022

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Catalogue 2022

Welcome to Eleven’s 2022 catalogue, featuring our forthcoming and new titles

Dear Reader,

The past year, some parts of the world have opened up again, allowing people to travel, attend congresses and meet friends, family and colleagues face-to-face. In other parts of the world, however, screenbound digital interaction is still an inescapable or now simply preferred reality. To accommodate everybody, we have again made our brand-new catalogue completely digital.

For those of us who prefer to hold the Eleven catalogue in their hands, it is also available on paper upon request. Likewise, all of our publications in the fields of law, criminology and public administration are available to purchase in digital format, as well as hard copies.

This year we have the pleasure of introducing a new journal, European Journal of Policing Studies (EJPS). Originally founded in 2013, it has made Eleven its new home in 2022. It will provide insights into contemporary policing discussions in a European context, under editorship of Antoinette Verhage and Jan Terpstra.

We have published titles pertaining to many different areas of study this past year, such as juvenile criminal law, environmental law, criminology, constitutional law, family law, restorative justice and international law. For that last field, we would suggest Linking High-Level Accused to Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes in International Criminal Law, or perhaps the fourth and final volume of the (now complete) XXIX FIDE congress proceedings in The Hague, which is also available through Open Access.

Our selection of textbooks has also grown, as we now have textbooks on cybercrime, social legal research, quantitative data analysis and EU law. Take, for instance, the third edition of Cases and Materials International and European Union Law, by Lana Said and Masuma Shahid. The textbooks in this catalogue should prove useful to anyone eager to learn and expand their knowledge, whether they be students, practitioners or academics.

Our textbooks are now also available digitally through Boom Streamr. Boom Streamr is part of Boomportaal, the online publication platform to use when it comes to books and journals published by Eleven and Boom. With Boom Streamr, we offer online accessibility to our textbooks which have been published by Eleven for use in international university curriculums.

We feel proud to have published such a large number of valuable, high-quality and enlightening titles this year. We are certain that these publications are worthy of being added to your (digital) collections.

A listing of our full catalogue (backlist and forthcoming titles) can be found on our website www.elevenpub.com. Should you have any questions about our publishing programme, or if you are interested in exploring publication possibilities, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@elevenpub.com or m.vanderhorst@boom.nl

Mischa van der Horst (Marketer)

Table of Contents

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Air and Space Law 3 Business, Commercial and Financial Law 5 Constitutional Law 9 Criminal Law and Criminology 10 European and International Law 18 Law (Miscellany) 19 Property Law 24 Public Administration / Political Science 26 Restorative Justice 26 Human Rights 28

Textbooks 31 Journals and Yearbooks 39

Forthcoming Publications 47 Index 50

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Recently Published

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Outer Space – Future for Humankind

Issues of Law and Policy

Outer Space – Future for Humankind examines fundamental questions like the problem of space debris, the safe use of nuclear power sources in outer space, the protection of the ozone layer during space launches, the issue of light pollution and the protection of the marine environment during the guided re-entry of space craft into the High Seas. In addition to these problems of technical nature, questions relating to the peaceful, equitable and responsible use of outer space are explored also with regard to issues as space traffic management which must be solved by scientists, lawyers and politicians on an international scale, and supported by an again increasingly interested general public.

Series: Essential Air and Space Law (vol. 26)

China’s Ambition in Space

Programs, Policy and Law

China’s Space Ambition – Programs, Policies and the Law allows for analysis of the separate key areas but also connects them in an enlightening way, providing a comprehensive analysis of China’s space activities. Documents, specifically translated for this study, add considerably to the value of this book, providing not only information and analysis but also food for thought to its readers. Assessing them with a solid foundation of knowledge about China’s approach to programmes, policies and the rule of law will prove essential for a constructive dialogue. This book will certainly be of support in this endeavour.

Series: Essential Air and Space Law (vol. 27)

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Air and Space Law

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ISBN: 978-94-6236-225-3 eISBN: 978-90-8974-963-5 hardcover 480 pp. book / ebook: € 153.50 | $ 189.99 | £ 152.00 Air

ISBN: 978-94-6236-277-2 eISBN: 978-90-5189-466-0 hardcover 542 pp. book / ebook: € 137.50 | $ 169.99 | £ 136.00

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Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2020

Blount, Tanja Masson-Zwaan, Rafael Moro-Aguilar and Kai-Uwe Schrogl (Eds.)

This volume contains the proceedings of the 63rd Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space held virtually in October 2020, as well as the report of the IISL Standing Committee on the Status of International Agreements Relating to Activities in Outer Space.

Series: Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law (vol. 63)

IISL Proceedings Online

The complete archive of all Proceedings since 1992

IISL Online is the online database for the annual proceedings of the Colloquia on the Law of Outer Space as of 1992, including the IAA-IISL Scientific-Legal Round tables, as well as the papers presented at the IISL-ECSL Space Law Symposia held on the occasion of the sessions of the Legal Subcommittee of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space in Vienna, Austria, and of the Eilene M. Gallo way Symposia on Critical Issues In Space Law. It also contains the reports and best written memorials of the World Finals of the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Com petition. The online version is updated on an ongoing basis and features full searchability.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-238-3 eISBN: 978-90-5189-173-7 hardcover 662 pp. book / ebook: € 164.50 $ 202.99 £ 163.00 online: € 106.00 (excl. VAT) $ 142.99 £ 114.50 Please visit: www.elevenjournals.com/iisl PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SPACE LAW

Space Law: Basic Legal Documents

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This six-volume loose-leaf, first published in 1989, presents a comprehensive collection of basic legal documents on space law. It is an essential reference and research tool for all those involved in the formulation, implementation and operation of space law and policy. Its loose-leaf format ensures that the material is kept fully up-to-date. Eleven International Publishing is proud to announce that an online version is available at www.slbld.com. The online version is updated on an ongoing basis and features full searchability, a linked table of contents as well as bookmarked sections to ensure that the desired section can be quickly found. Subscribers can choose between an online only subscription or a subscription to both the paper version and the online.

4382 pp. loose-leaf and online (new subscribers): € 530.00 (excl. VAT) | $ 712.99 | £ 572.00 loose-leaf and online (existing subscribers): € 325.00 (excl. VAT) | $ 436.99 | £ 351.00 online: € 295.00 (excl. VAT) | $ 396.99 | £ 318.50

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Duties and Responsibilities

The International Center for Financial Law & Governance (ICFG) of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, in cooper ation with Spencer Stuart, conducted a study into the changing role of the Supervisory Board and Nomination Committee. The research is divided into four parts: (i) a legal framework, (ii) an analysis of annual reports over the year 2020, (iii) an online survey and (iv) ten in-depth interviews with supervisory and non-executive board members. The study ends with an overview of the conclusions, validated through each of the four parts, and several recommended tools which provide a starting

point for discussions among board members to bring their own role regarding nomination to a higher level.

Series: International Center for Financial law & Gover nance (vol. 9)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-292-5 eISBN: 978-90-5189-954-2 paperback 78 pp. book / ebook: € 46.50 | $ 56.99 | £ 46.00

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of the Nomination Committee M.C.P. de Haan, J.G.C.M. Galle, T.A. Keijzer, O. el Manouzi, H.M. Miesen, J.P. Swaak and H.M. Vletter-van Dort D U T I E S A N D R E S P O N S I B I L I T I E S O F T H E N O M I N AT I O N C O M M I T T E E In e na iona Center for F nanc a aw & Gove nance ( CFG 9 M C P (Mark) de Haan LL M D J G C M (Ann ka Gal e D T A (T t aan) Ke zer O (Ouma ma) e Manouzi LL M D H M (Rob Miesen J P (Jasper) Swaak BSc Pro H M (Hé ène V e te van Dort
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ISBN: 978-94-6236-207-9 eISBN: 978-90-8974-542-2 hardcover 354 pp. book / ebook: € 101.50 | $ 124.99 | £ 100.50

Independence and Impartiality in International Commercial Arbitration

Economic value of the judiciary

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Analysis with Comparative References to English, French, German, Swiss, and United States Law

This book analyses the state of play of independence and impartiality. It provides an overview of the current status of in dependence and impartiality applied in international commer cial arbitration, focusing on case law from France, Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The core themes are possible grounds for finding dependence and partiality and their streamline in theoretical standards of independence and impartiality. Additionally, consequences of independence and impartiality are addressed, including the obligation to disclose.

Series: International Commerce and Arbitration (vol. 29)

Economic value of the judiciary

Caroline Costello, Frans van Dijk, Silvia Giorgi, Lina Griškevič, Frank Egil Holm, Diogo Leitão Requena, Eily Mathews, Nerijus Meilutis, Saskia Sicking and Wiggo Storhaug Larssen

This open access eBook documents an empirical inquiry into the number, value and duration of large commercial court cases in five countries from different parts of Europe: Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, the Netherlands and Norway. It is an explor atory study as for each country data had to be extracted from the case registration systems of the courts. The study shows that a substantial part of economic activity is paralyzed by disputes that are fought out in the courts.

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Caroline Costello, Frans van Dijk, Silvia Giorgi, Lina Griškevič Frank Egil Holm, Diogo Leitão Requena, Eily Mathews, Nerijus Meilutis, Saskia Sicking & Wiggo Storhaug Larssen 15 Business, Commercial and Financial Law ISBN: 978-94-6236-209-3 eISBN: 978-90-8974-552-1 paperback 122 pp. book: € 28.50 | $ 34.99 | £ 28.00 Open Access independence and impartiality in international commercial arbitration i l k a h a n n a b e i m e l i l k a h a n n a b e i m e i n d e p e n d e n c e a n d i m p a r t i a l i y i n l l b 9 &ic a international
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EXCESS OF POWERS IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION

Excess of Powers in International Commercial Arbitration

Compliance with the Arbitral Tribunal’s Mandate in a Comparative Perspective

Although the idea of arbitral tribunal’s mandate is in ev eryday use in the international arbitration scholarship, it remains an elusive concept lacking any legal definition. Since the concept of the tribunal’s mandate is vague, it attracts, in turn, a broad interpretation of the ground leading to a frustration of the fundamental value of arbi tration – the finality of the arbitral award. It is therefore essential to determine how the national courts review arbitral awards on the basis of ‘excess of mandate’ and consequently in what instances they accept the argument that the tribunal acted in violation of its mandate. This study aims at recognizing the similarities and differences of the ‘excess of mandate’ type of challenges in select ed legal systems (namely the UNCITRAL Model Law, France, England, the U.S. and the New York Conven tion). Looking through the eyes of what the selected legal

systems consider to be an ‘excess of mandate’ allows to identify common features and contributes to a better understanding of the concept of the arbitral tribunal’s mandate by arbitrators, judges and legal practitioners alike. Accordingly, this research adds a building block to the definition of the tribunal’s mandate.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-991-7 eISBN: 978-94-6094-512-0 hardcover 558 pp. book / ebook: € 123.30 | $ 151.99 | £ 122.50

New Bank Insolvency Law for China and Europe

Volume 3: Comparative Analysis

This is the third and final volume in the ‘New Bank Insolvency Law for China and Europe’ series. The cur rent volume provides a detailed comparison of Chinese and European bank insolvency and resolution laws. Moreover, it assesses to what extent these laws conform to international standards such as those set by the Financial Stability Board. Specific topics discussed in the book include: the institutional framework for the management of failing banks, insolvency proceedings,

management of the institutions, bail-in, the treatment of contractual arrangements and automatic stays, judicial review, deposit guarantee schemes, and cross-border issues.

Series: The Hazelhoff Financial Law Series (vol. 4)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-216-1 eISBN: 978-90-8974-695-5 paperback 220 pp. book / ebook: € 45.50 | $ 55.99 | £ 45.00

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EXCESS OF POWERS IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION COMPLIANCE WITH THE ARBITRAL TRIBUNAL’S MANDATE IN A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE PIOTR WILINSKI PIOTR WILINSKI
N ew B a n k I n s o l ve n c y L aw f o r C h i n a a n d E u r o p e Volume 3 Comparative Ana ysis N e w B a n k I n o e n c y L a w o C h n a a n d E u o p e M at t h as H a e n t e n s S ua G u o B o b We s s e l s 4.3 H a z l h o f C e n t r o r F n a n c a L a w H a e n e n G o & W s l 3
Business, Commercial and Financial Law Business, Commercial and Financial Law

Choice of Law in

Unravelling Choice of Law in International Commercial Contracts

Indonesia as an Illustrative Case Study

ISBN: 978-94-6236-308-3 eISBN: 978-94-0011-160-8 paperback 298 pp. book / ebook: € 95.00 | $ 116.99 | £ 94.00

Despite the paramount role of choice of law in international contractual relation ships, its implementation in various countries remains disparate. Many countries have acknowledged and given effect to choice of law, but some other countries persist in opposing it. The lingering reluctance in enforcing choice of law remains a challenging impediment to cross-border commercial relationships. Strict adher ence to the territoriality principle, absence of special provisions or clear guidelines of choice of law, and difficulties in confirming the content of the chosen foreign law are among the reasons for the reluctance to give effect to choice of law. These cir cumstances are encountered by some countries, including Indonesia. This book not only unravels the reasons for Indonesia’s reluctance and its subsequent lack of advancement on choice of law, but also examines possible solutions to the problem. Building on in-depth doctrinal research, supported by qualitative interviews, this research will serve as an essential point of reference for academics, practitioners, and policymakers interested in private international law and cross-border commercial litigation.

The CISG and Commodity Sales

Indonesia as an Illustrative Case Study

ISBN: 978-94-6236-316-8 eISBN: 978-94-0011-167-7 hardcover 393 pp. book / ebook: € 115.00 | $ 141.99 | £ 114.00

Much has been written about the UN Convention on the International Sales of Goods (CISG) and how it might not be an appropriate piece of legislation to govern com modity sales. This book is the first to address this issue from a broader and compre hensive perspective, covering in detail the strengths and shortcomings of the CISG when applied to such contracts. The book discusses the effects of specific provisions of the CISG when applied to situations that are usual in the commodity markets, and provides a broader analysis of how the principles underlying the CISG compare to the legal practice in commodity markets. Instruments of uniform commercial law such as the UNIDROIT Princi ples, the ICC Incoterms and the UCP 600, as well as standard terms that are well-known within the commodity trade are also considered.

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Priskila Pratita Penasthika Unravelling International Commercial Contracts Indonesia as an Illustrative Case Study
Business, Commercial and Financial Law
the cisg and commodity sales carlos eduardo fujita international commerce and arbitration volume 30 series editor ingeborg schwenzer

Campaign Finance Law

A Comparative Constitutional Analysis Between the US, the UK and Greece

This book provides a detailed analysis of the different principles that shape the constitutional background of campaign finance law. Through three indicative country specific examples, the author examines legis lation and jurisprudence that reflect such principles and demonstrate the common and different approaches in this upcoming field of law as driven by different constitutional traditions.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-219-2 eISBN: 978-90-8974-889-8 hardcover 206 pp. book / ebook: € 51.50 | $ 62.99 | £ 51.00

Comparative Constitutional Justice

Comparative Constitutional Justice adopts an innovative approach to constitutional justice. From a methodologi cal perspective, it assumes that it is impossible to apply an absolute criterion of classification, which depends on the purposes comparative scholars aim to achieve when delivering their own taxonomies. A broad defini tion of constitutional justice is adopted, which revolves around the following taxonomy: 1) the legality of norms, 2) the conformity of actors’ behaviours with the distribu tion of sovereign powers and 3) the compliance with international covenants on human rights. This tripartite classification complements a further criterion based on the graduation in the intensity of this review. This indeed ranges from a minimum scrutiny limited to legislation (‘nomocratic review’) to a maximum scrutiny encompass ing all state activities (‘pantocratic review’). The pro

posed classification will provide readers with a critical toolbox when it comes to examining the pluralism which characterises the systems of constitutional adjudication around the world.

Series: Comparative Public Law Treatise

ISBN: 978-94-6236-223-9 eISBN: 978-90-8974-919-2 hardcover 246 pp. book / ebook: € 97.00 | $ 119.99 | £ 96.00

9 Founded and directed by Giuseppe Franco Ferrari COMPARATIVE PUBLIC LAW TREATISE Comparative Constitutional Justice Nicolini & Bagni
Comparative Constitutional Justice Matteo Nicolini Silvia Bagni Orestis Omran A Comparative Constitutional Analysis Between the US, the UK and Greece
Campaign
Finance Law Omran
Constitutional Law Constitutional Law

Constitutional Law

Criminal Law and Criminology

The Constitutional System of the United States

This book analyses the fundamental aspects of the Constitution of the United States of America, which has proven to be a reality in motion and with an ‘exceptional’ capacity to adapt to the rapid and profound changes that have occurred in over two centuries in American society and economy. The book aims to better understand how the constitutional text has evolved up to our times. The 27 amendments to the Constitution, the interpretation of the Supreme Court and the particular political system have ensured that the constitutional system has not undergone major institutional

upheavals. Thanks to the contribution of the many authors, the book offers valuable insights into a constitutional system that still reveals an extraordinary relevance. This can be considered an added value to studies in the field of comparative law.

Series: Comparative Public Law Treatise

ISBN: 978-94-6236-211-6 eISBN: 978-90-8974-586-6 hardcover 302 pp. book / ebook: € 108.00 | $ 132.99 | £ 107.00

Arranging Resilience

The role of social actors in preventing violent extremism

William Stephens

Drawing on an interdisciplinary analysis of policies and the perspectives of practitioners themselves, this book offers a fresh look at resilience to radicalisation. Through unpacking different ways of thinking about resilience to radicalisation, this book aims to bring clarity to some of the key issues and debates involved. The book navigates between important critiques of resilience and the  need for a practical and legitimate response to the challenge of extremism. Finally, it suggests a way forward for those grappling with this issue.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-239-0 eISBN: 978-90-5189-174-4 hardcover 166 pp. book / ebook: € 56.50 | $ 68.99 | £ 56.00

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Founded and directed by Giuseppe Franco Ferrari The Constitutional System of the United States D’Ignazio (Ed.) Guerino D’Ignazio (Ed.)
The Constitutional System of the United States
ARRANGING RESILIENCE ARRANGING RESILIENCE THE ROLE OF SOCIAL ACTORS IN PREVENTING VIOLENT EXTREMISM William
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Linking High‑Level Accused to Sexual and

Linking High‑Level Accused to Sexual and Gender‑Based Crimes in International Criminal Law

Theory and Practice of the ICTY, ICTR, and ICC

Linking High-Level Accused to Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes in International Criminal Law

Theory and Practice of the ICTY, ICTR, and ICC Sylvester Sammie

Linking High-level Accused to Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes in International Criminal Law focuses on the theoretical and practical perspectives taken by the ICTY, ICTR, and ICC. It seeks to answer the question of how high-level officials can and should be investigated and prosecuted for their role in the commission of sexual and gender-based crimes.

The author examines the forms, types, and amount of evidence used to prove the role of these high-level accused in the commission of crimes by rank-and-file soldiers. As the accused are usually not present on the crime scene, the inter national criminal courts and tribunals must rely on individual criminal liability theories enshrined in Article 7 ICTY Statute, Article 6 ICTR Statute, and Articles 25 & 28 Rome Statute to connect them to the atrocities committed on the ground. 100 individual cases from the ICTY, ICTR, and ICC are examined and reveal that in most cases there was sufficient evidence to prove that sexual and genderbased crimes were committed. It was however much more difficult for the prosecutor to prove the role and responsibility of the high-ranked accused and the modes of liability charged.

The author gives concrete recommendations on how to gather linkage evidence effectively, and to use the modes of liability accurately to prove the connection between the committed crimes, the broader context and the accused’s role.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-285-7 eISBN: 978-90-5189-793-7 hardcover 462 pp. book / ebook: € 99.00 | $ 121.99 | £ 98.00

Criminal Law and Criminology

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SYLVESTER SAMMIE

ISBN: 978-94-6236-282-6 eISBN: 978-90-5189-675-6 hardcover 338 pp. book / ebook: € 76.50 $ 93.99 £ 76.00

BLAMING THE ADDICTED BRAIN

Blaming the Addicted Brain

Addiction is pervasively present within the criminal justice sector, resulting in legal profes sionals regularly dealing with addicted defendants. Yet addiction is a complex and het erogeneous phenomenon, resulting in controversies regarding its conceptualisation, and thus difficulties in addressing addiction-related crime in court. Over the last decades, ad diction has increasingly been conceptualised as a brain disease, which arguably could alter the law’s current approach towards the criminal liability of addicted defendants. In this book, an overview of the different ways of conceptualising addiction is provided, before applying this knowledge onto both the legal framework of Dutch criminal law, and to more universal legal concepts. As such, the compatibility of concepts such as intent, premeditation, insanity, diminished responsibility and prior fault, with potentially impaired capacities stemming from addiction, is critically examined. After assessing the ‘law in the books’, the second half of the book contains an evaluation of the ‘law in action’. This encompasses the role of addiction in case files, the presence of neuroscien tific information in cases of addicted defendants, its influence on legal decision-making, and experiential accounts of legal professionals.

practical problems are at stake in current EAW surrender proceedings? This project looks at various other aspects of the EAW surrender procedure that are problematic in practice. It also goes more into detail as it aims to present an alternative to the outdated Handbook for the European Arrest Warrant. This publication will be followed by a final report containing these Common Practical Guidelines. The current volume contains the country reports for Greece, the Netherlands and Poland as these countries offer a representative and interesting intersection of situations in daily practice when it comes to creating, fighting and solving problems on the EAW. Series: Maastricht Law Series (vol. 23)

BLAMING THE ADDICTED BRAIN Anna Elisabeth Goldberg Anna
Building bridges between criminal law and neuroscientific perspectives on addiction
Elisabeth Goldberg
Building bridges between criminal law and neuroscientific perspectives on addiction
Criminal Law and Criminology ISBN: 978-94-6236-284-0 eISBN: 978-90-5189-731-9 paperback 394 pp. book / ebook: € 82.50 $ 101.99 £ 81.50 European Arrest Warrant Practice in Greece, the Netherlands and Poland Renata Barbosa, Vincent Glerum, Hans Kijlstra, André Klip, Christina Peristeridou, Małgorzata Wąsek-Wiaderek and Adrian Zbiciak European Arrest Warrant Pract ce in Greece the Nether ands and Poland Maastricht Law Series 23 Re n a t a B a r b o s a V i n c e n t G l e r u m H a n s K s t r a A n d r é K l p, C h r i s t i n a Pe r s t e r d o u , M a ł g o r z a t a W ą s e k Wi a d e re k & A d r i a n Z b i c a k 3 B a b o a G e u m s a K p P e t o u W ą e k W d e e & c M a a s t i c h t L a w Criminal Law and Criminology 12
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Criminal Law and Criminology

Mental Health and Criminal Justice

International and Domestic Perspectives on Defendants and Detainees with Mental Illness P.H.P.H.M.C.

More than 10.74 million people globally are detained in penal institutions. An estimated 40% to 90% of these detainees suffer from mental illness. This makes the prevalence of men tal disorder in detainees extremely high compared with the general population (18% to 29%).

As a consequence, defendants and detainees with mental illness are not ‘yet another vulner able group’ that should be ‘taken into account’ in developing laws and policies On the con trary, they are a dominant force and therefore a factor that should shape our criminal justice systems. This edited volume provides insight into the causes of the current situation, the human rights implications and other problems that this situation generates and possible solutions and best practices. The volume comprises an introductory chapter that provides a broad introduc tion to the topic, seven thematic chapters addressing mental health and criminal justice from various disciplines and fourteen national chapters describing the situation in individual coun tries. In all these chapters a variety of questions is addressed: Should we at all put mentally ill offenders in prison? Can the human rights perspective and the interests of society perspective on this issue be united? And are mentally ill offenders the responsibility of the health depart ment or of the justice department? This edited volume presents a thorough discussion on these and many more questions with a broader aim of contributing to a continuous effort to place the alarming situation of mentally ill offenders on the international agenda.

Series: International Penal and Penitentiary Foundation (vol. 48)

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Krabbe (Eds.) Mental Health and Criminal Justice Van Kempen & Krabbe (eds.) IPPF FIPP 48 Mental Health
International and Domestic Perspectives on Defendants and Detainees with Mental Illness Santé mentale et justice pénale Perspectives internationales et nationales sur les prévenus et les détenus atteints de maladie mentale P.H.P.H.M.C. van Kempen & M.J.M. Krabbe (eds.) International Penal and Penitentiary Foundation Fondation internationale pénale et pénitentiaire 48 ISBN: 978-94-6236-248-2 eISBN: 978-90-5189-186-7 hardcover 522 pp. book / ebook: € 115.50 | $ 142.99 | £ 114.50
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LEGITIMATE BY NATURE?

Legitimate by Nature?

Examining the Legitimisation Activities Implemented by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Claire Boost

Measuring

Cybercrime in Europe: The Role of Crime Statistics and Victimisation Surveys

29-30 October 2020

Established after the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi ethnic group, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) was active for 20 years and closed its doors in December 2015. This book identifies the legitimacy challenges faced by the ICTR, based in Arusha, Tanzania, and its subsequent legitimisation activities implemented to gain, maintain and repair legitimacy, while also examining which stakeholders the ICTR targeted in its efforts to establish and/or main tain its legitimacy.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-259-8 eISBN: 978-90-5189-202-4 hardcover 370 pp. book / ebook: € 71.50 | $ 87.99 | £ 71.00

Measuring cybercrime in Europe: The

role of crime statistics and victimisation surveys

Proceedings of a conference organized by the Council of Europe with the support of the European Union, 29-30 October 2020

Marcelo F. Aebi, Stefano Caneppele and Lorena Molnar (Eds.)

Cybercrime has be come part of everyday

life. We live in hybrid societies, fluctuating between the material and the virtual world, and we are hence confronted with online, offline and hybrid offences. However, the few victimisation surveys conducted in Europe reveal that victims of online crimes seldom report them to the police. Consequently, cybercrimes – which according to the best estimates represent between one third and more than half of all attempted and completed crimes in Europe – seldom appear in national criminal statistics. The State seems powerless to prevent them and private security companies flourish. During two days, European experts gathered in the framework of a virtual conference organized by the Council of Europe and the European Union to discuss what we know, what we

do not know, and what we could do to improve our knowledge of crime in our contemporary hybrid societ ies, develop evidence-based criminal policies, provide assistance to crime victims, and implement realistic programs in the field of crime prevention and offender treatment. This book presents their experiences, reflexions, and proposals.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-245-1 hardcover 154 pp. book: € 45.00 | $ 54.99 | £ 44.50 Open Access

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CLAIRE BOOST Examining the Legitimisation Activities Implemented by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

Criminal Law and Criminology

ISBN: 978-94-6236-304-5 eISBN: 978-94-0011-156-1 paperback 360 pp. book / ebook: € 57.50 $ 70.99 £ 57.00

ISBN: 978-94-6236-307-6 eISBN: 978-94-0011-159-2 hardcover

Narrating organised crime stories and Aristotelian principles of drama

This volume contains the contributions of the 21st Cross-Border Crime Colloquium webinar hosted by the Norwegian Police University College, Kongsvinger and organised 22-24 August 2021. Despite the pandemic, the Colloquium Group decided to return to the ‘criminal normal’ and the related research on (cross-border) organised crime, corruption, labour exploitation, fraud, ecological crime and the search for criminal revenues. In peer reviewed contributions international experts present a broad range of criminal phenomena and policies: from a 25-year review of organised crime in The Czech Republic, labour exploitation and Nigerian organ ised crime in Italy, Middle-Eastern criminal clans in Germany, and international fuel fraud to criminal asset recovery policy in the Netherlands.

Ostrageous: How Greed and Crime Erode Professional Football and We All Look the Other Way

This book is the result of an analysis and reflection on crime risks and financial criminal activity taking place in European professional football in recent decades. Its main goal is to discuss some relevant criminological issues in relation to the financing and ownership of professional football clubs and the transfer of players. As the title suggests, the book covers both the outrageous business patterns and habits – and the associated high risk of financial crime – that have manifested themselves in this line of industry, as well as our inclination to turn a blind eye to these developments (like an ostrich with its head in the sand). Curiosity was the main instigator of this book, in terms of identifying the major problems and criminal activity in the professional foot ball industry, grasping the motivations of those involved and understanding the socie tal reaction, or lack thereof, towards these problems. In the second part of the book, the author suggests some strategies that may assist in making the market of European professional football more crime-resistant. These strategies are linked to changes in the organizational culture, structure and forms of supervision and control.

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Petrus C. van Duyne Paul Larsson Jackie H. Harvey Klaus von Lampe Georgios A. Antonopoulos (Eds.)
Narrating organised crime stories and Aristotelian principles of drama
196 pp. book / ebook: € 49.50 $ 60.99 £ 49.00
HANS NELEN
Criminal Law and Criminology

Criminal Law and Criminology

ISBN: 978-94-6236-303-8 eISBN: 978-94-0011-155-4 hardcover 248 pp. book / ebook: € 59.00 $ 72.99 £ 58.50

Outlaw motorcycle gangs in the Meuse Rhine Euregion

Outlaw motorcycle gangs in the Meuse Rhine Euregion

Exploration of the phenomenon, OMCG-related crime and the public response to OMCGs

Outlaw motorcycle gangs (OMCGs) have been increasingly viewed as a threat to society. Members have been associated with disturbances of public order as well as various forms of organized crime. In response, the authorities in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium have each implemented their own zero-tolerance strategies to prevent and repress outlaw biker crime and deviance. In the cross-border Meuse Rhine Euregion, where the three countries intersect, the national borders may provide oppor tunities to outlaw bikers while at the same time limiting authorities in their response. In examining the role of the border, this book deals with the history of OMCGs and the responses in each country, the authorities involved in the response, and contemporary problems in the Meuse Rhine Euregion.

Criminal Law and Criminology

ISBN: 978-94-6236-264-2 eISBN: 978-90-5189-208-6 hardcover 250 pp. book / ebook: € 65.00 $ 79.99 £ 64.50

The Abstract Police

Critical reflections on contemporary change in police organisations

Jan Terpstra, Renze Salet and Nicholas R. Fyfe (Eds.)

Over the past ten to fifteen years the police in many Western European countries have undergone a series of profound organisational changes. The police now appear to operate at a greater distance from citizens, they are more impersonal and decontextual ized and have become more dependent on digitalised data systems. These changes are captured through the concept of the ‘abstract police’ and in this international collection of essays, leading policing scholars use this concept to make sense of contemporary changes to police organisations.

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Exploration of the phenomenon, OMCG-related crime and the public response to OMCGs Kim C.P. Geurtjens The Abstract Police The Abstract Police Jan Terpstra, Renze Salet & Nicholas R. Fyfe (eds.) Terpstra, Salet & Fyfe (eds.) Critical reflections on contemporary change in police organisations

The Law and Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals and Courts

The Law and Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals and Courts

Procedure, Evidence and Human Rights Aspects

This book provides the most comprehensive overview of the law and jurisprudence of the international and internation alized criminal courts and tribunals concerning procedure, evidence, and human rights. The author analyses the origin and evolution of the relevant statutory provisions and provides the rationale behind the evolution. Relevant jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and practice of the UN Human Rights Commit tee are included. This edition reflects developments of the law and jurisprudence since the previous edition and expands its subject matter. The cited jurisprudence and law is up to date as on 1 September 2021.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-249-9 eISBN: 978-90-5189-188-1 hardcover 1552 pp. book / ebook: € 219.00 | $ 270.99 | £ 217.00

Criminal Law and Criminology

Violent Encounters

This text was presented as inaugural speech, held on the occasion of accepting the chair of Social Resilience and Security with a study focus on Violence and Inter ventions at Leiden University on May 30, 2022.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-288-8 eISBN: 978-90-5189-883-5 paperback 26 pp. book / ebook: € 24.90 | $ 29.99 | £ 24.50

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Vladimir Tochilovsky The Law and Jurisprudence of the Vladimir Tochilovsky Procedure, Evidence and Human Rights Aspects
VIOLENT ENCOUNTERS VIOLENT TAFERELEN GEWELDDADIGE LIEM ENCOUNTERS
MARIEKE LIEM

The proceedings are published in four volumes. The fourth and final volume was released in 2022.

National Courts and the Enforcement of EU Law: The Pivotal Role of National Courts in the EU Legal Order

2020 Congress Publications, Vol. 1 Marleen Botman and Jurian Langer (Eds.)

This volume contains the reports of the General Rapporteur (Michael Dougan), the Institutional Rapporteur (Michał Bobek) and the National Rapporteurs on Topic 1: National Courts and the Enforcement of EU Law: The Pivotal Role of National Courts in the EU Legal Order.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-128-7 paperback/564 pp. book: € 58.00 | $ 70.99 | £ 57.50

The New EU Data Protection Regime: Setting Global Standards for the Right to Personal Data Protection

2020 Congress Publications, Vol. 2 Jorrit J. Rijpma (Ed.)

This volume contains the reports of the General Rapporteur (Orla Lynskey), the Institutional Rappor teurs (Herke Kranenborg and Anna Buchta) and the National Rapporteurs on Topic 2: The New EU Data Protection Regime: Setting Global Standards for the Right to Personal Data Protection.

EU

THE XXIX FIDE CONGRESS IN THE HAGUE 2021

ISBN: 978-94-6236-129-4 paperback/668 pp. book: € 58.00 | $ 70.99 | £ 57.50

Competition Law and the Digital Economy: Protecting Free

and Fair Competition in an Age of Technological (R)evolution

2020 Congress Publications, Vol. 3

Daniel Mândrescu (Ed.)

This volume contains the reports of the General Rapporteurs (Nicolas Petit and Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel), the Institutional Rapporteur (Thomas Kramler) and the National Rapporteurs on Topic 3: EU Competition Law and the Digital Economy: Protecting Free and Fair Competition in an Age of Technological (R)evolution.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-130-0 paperback/614 pp. book: € 58.50 | $ 70.99 | £ 57.50

The XXIX FIDE Congress in the Hague 2021: Proceedings

Congress Proceedings, Vol. 4

Jorrit J. Rijpma (Ed.)

This volume contains the speakers’ contributions, two reports on the panel discussions on the Future Role of the European Union and on the Role of Courts in Upholding the EU’s Foundation al Values and the contributions of the Young FIDE Rapporteurs.

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Law THE XXIX FIDE CONGRESS IN THE HAGUE, 2020 CONGRESS PUBLICATIONS
NATIONAL COURTS AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF EU LAW: THE PIVOTAL ROLE OF NATIONAL COURTS IN THE EU LEGAL ORDER NATIONAL COURTS AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF EU LAW THE XXIX FIDE CONGRESS IN THE HAGUE 2020 CONGRESS PUBLICATIONS Marleen Botman & Jurian Langer (Eds) 1 VOL. 1
THE NEW EU DATA PROTECTION REGIME: SETTING GLOBAL STANDARDS FOR THE RIGHT TO PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION THE XXIX FIDE CONGRESS IN THE HAGUE 2020 CONGRESS PUBLICATIONS Jorrit J. Rijpma (Ed.) 2 VOL. 2 THE NEW EU DATA PROTECTION REGIME
EU COMPETITION LAW AND THE DIGITAL ECONOMY: PROTECTING FREE AND FAIR COMPETITION IN AN AGE OF TECHNOLOGICAL (R)EVOLUTION THE XXIX FIDE CONGRESS IN THE HAGUE 2020 CONGRESS PUBLICATIONS Daniel Mândrescu (Ed.) 3 VOL. 3 EU COMPETITION LAW AND THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
ISBN: 978-94-6236-295-6 paperback/202 pp. book: € 38.50 | $ 46.99 | £ 38.00 CONGRESS PROCEEDINGS VOL. 4

The Art of Moving Borders

Liber Amicorum Hildegard Schneider

ISBN: 978-94-6236-296-3 eISBN: 978-90-5189-960-3 paperback 548 pp. book / ebook: € 85.00 | $ 104.99 | £ 84.00

This liber amicorum is dedicated to Prof. dr. Hildegard Schneider who has shaped the study of European migration and asylum law and was a pioneer in fighting against legal and practical barriers to free movement. Hildegard’s profound impact on the faculty of law of Maastricht University is well noticeable due to her multidis ciplinary research and teaching initiatives, the creation of several multidisciplinary institutes and because of her early emphasis on the societal relevance of legal research. Besides being an excellent academic and an exquisite professional in the field of European law, Hildegard is a true master of the ‘art’ of crossing borders. She is not only an expert in migration law, but has a profound knowledge of ‘art law’ as well, specifically when it comes to the import and export of cultural goods. In this book, we have gathered a collection of academic contributions about topics that are close to her heart written by persons that are dear to her. Series: Maastricht Law Series (vol. 25)

DIFFERENT LAWYERS

Different Lawyers

Eric van de Luijtgaarden

This text was presented as an inaugural speech by Eric van de Luijtgaarden at Maastricht University on 22nd September, 2022.

This is a bilingual publica tion. The Dutch title is Andere juristen and the text can be read in Dutch at the back of the book when turned upside-down.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-320-5 eISBN: 978-90-5189-171-4 paperback 106 pp. book / ebook: € 35.00 | $ 42.99 | £ 34.50 Law

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Pa u n e M e l i n S a r a h S c h o e n m a e ke r s S e r g o Ca r re r a & Yu r i M i c h e s e n ( E d s )
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Law (Miscellany)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-291-8 eISBN: 978-90-5189-952-8 296 pp. paperback book / ebook: € 74.50 $ 91.99 £ 74.00

Law (Miscellany)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-237-6 paperback 158 pp. book: € 29.00 $ 34.99 £ 28.50

Open Access

Application, Adaptation and Rejection

The strategies of Roman jurists in responsa concerning Greek documents

Quintijn Mauer

In this book, the legal strategies, which three Roman jurists, namely Scaevola, Paul and Modestin, used to come to an advice on cases from the Roman East, are examined. Did the jurists only apply Roman law or did they take the Helle nistic legal culture from which these cases originated into account? Furthermore, in this book the question is answered whether from these cases influences from Hellenistic legal cultures on Roman law can be demonstrated.

Climate Law – Current Opportunities and Challenges

Essays from the Official Opening of ClimLaw: Graz

Eva Schulev-Steindl, Oliver C. Ruppel and Ferdinand Kerschner (Eds.)

In June 2020, the research center for climate law ClimLaw: Graz was offi cially opened at the University of Graz, Austria. As part of the festive opening, distinguished members of the Scientific Board of ClimLaw: Graz and PhD stu dents specialising in climate law gave presentations on current opportunities and challenges in climate law. This volume assembles the essays and provides a testimony of the official launch of ClimLaw: Graz. Climate change presents one of the greatest challenges of our time and calls for legal, interdisciplinary and coordinated responses. This volume offers a glimpse into the diverse and pressing issues of climate law subject to ongoing research

at ClimLaw: Graz. Current developments in climate law are critically observed and analysed from the national, EU and global perspective in steady dialogue with other disciplines. In doing so, ClimLaw: Graz is envisaged to become a nationally and in ternationally connected research, teaching and networking platform.

Series: Legal Perspectives on Global Chal lenges (vol. 6)

Application, Adaptation and Rejection Q. Mauer MI 385 Q. MAUER Application,
Rejection The strategies of Roman jurists in responsa concerning Greek documents E.M. CLIMATE LAW CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES
CHALLENGES Essays from the Official Opening of ClimLaw: Graz CLIMATE LAW CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Schulev-Steindl, Ruppel & Kerschner (Eds.) Legal Perspectives for Global Challenges 6 6 Eva Schulev-Steindl, Oliver C. Ruppel & Ferdinand Kerschner (Eds.)
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Cross-border claims to cultural objects

Property or heritage?

Evelien Campfens

This study explores how cross-border claims to cultural objects fit in the wider legal framework, and where blind spots or clashes occur. It consists of seven chapters, five of which each dealing with different catego ries of claims that were published in international (cultural heritage) law journals. The overall aim of this dissertation is to identify new directions that can help further develop this field, with the ultimate aim of fostering just solutions.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-250-5 eISBN: 978-90-5189-189-8 paperback 304 pp. book / ebook: € 56.00 | $ 68.99 | £ 55.50

Family Group Conference Research

Family Group Conference Research

Reflections and Ways Forward

In social care, mobilizing network support is a topical issue. Networks are at the heart of Family Group Conferencing, or Family Group Decision Making. FGC originated in New Zealand but has spread to many countries worldwide. In this book, FGC researchers with different methodological orientations discuss their findings and reflect candidly on the methodological choices they made and the challenges faced. The ‘what works’ versus ‘context’ controversy in social work research is highlighted from different perspectives. Moreover, the interaction between FGC and the care system in which it is embedded, is illustrated through a variety of disciplines including governance studies, law, and economic analysis. The wealth of insights collated make this book unique. The book is relevant for researchers, care professionals and (inter-) national pol icy makers. They will benefit from the experiences and visions shared in this book. Ten different research teams have contributed to this book. The editors are associate profes sors at Erasmus University, Rotterdam. This publication was financially supported by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research and the Municipality of Rotterdam.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-189-8 eISBN: 978-90-8974-491-3 hardcover 228 pp. book / ebook: € 67.50 | $ 82.99 | £ 67.00

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Reflections and Ways Forward Annie de Roo Rob Jagtenberg (Eds.) De Roo & Jagtenberg (Eds.) Family Group Conference Research Law (Miscellany) Law (Miscellany)

In Courts We Trust

In Courts

We Trust

Courts as Defenders of the Rule of Law and Parliamentary Democracy

Aalt Willem Heringa

In this farewell speech on the occasion of his retirement as Professor of Comparative Constitutional Law at Maastricht University, given in March 2022, Aalt Willem Heringa discusses the too often ignored role of courts as interpreters of statutes. The courts, by checking the (constitutional) quality of statutes, contribute to the rule of law and parliamentary democracy.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-286-4 eISBN: 978-90-5189-846-0 paperback 58 pp. book / ebook: € 21.00 | $ 25.99 | £ 21.00

Legal Education in the 21st Century

Indonesian and International Perspectives

Aalt Willem Heringa, Sascha Hardt, Radian Salman and Rosa Ristawati (Eds.)

This book offers reflections and concrete recommendations on many facets of legal education, both in general and in the specific context of Indonesia. It draws on the com bined experience of Indonesian and international experts, including scholars and practitioners, but also administrators, coordinators, and planners. Designed to be both a source of inspiration and a resource for practical guidance, this volume is dedicated to all stakeholders in legal education in Indonesia.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-278-9 eISBN: 978-90-5189-591-9 paperback 284 pp. book / ebook: € 65.00 | $ 79.99 | £ 64.50

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INDONESIAN AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES EDITORS Aalt Willem Heringa Sascha Hardt Radian Salman Rosa Ristawati Law (Miscellany) Law (Miscellany)
Courts as Defenders of the Rule of Law and Parliamentary Democracy LEGAL EDUCATION IN THE 21 st CENTURY

Law (Miscellany)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-224-6 paperback 200 pp. book: € 43.00 $ 52.99 £ 42.50 Boom Streamr: € 30.10 $ 36.99 £ 30.00

Law (Miscellany)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-294-9 eISBN: 978-90-5189-956-6 hardcover 274 pp. book / ebook: € 85.00 $ 104.99 £ 84.00

Legal Research

One Hundred Questions and Answers

Michiel Vols

This book is about research in the field of law. In recent years much has been written about the need and benefits of legal research, the methods and theories that are applied by lawyers, and the justifi cation of methods and theories applied in legal research reports. Many law schools nowadays include courses about research skills in their curricula. Doctoral candidates increasingly are offered courses about research methodology as applied in law.

Recognition of Foreign Judgments

With A Special Focus on Maritime Judgments

Recognition of Foreign Judgments

With A Special Focus on Maritime Judgments

Yuhan

Ji

The prevalence of the rules and practices on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments gradually blurs the dividing line between ‘recogni tion‘ and ‘enforcement‘. However, recognition is not an afterthought of enforcement. Recognition of Foreign Judgments explores how the courts in the selected jurisdictions, namely the European Union, England and Wales, and the United States, decide whether and to what extent to grant some preclusive effects to foreign judgments, while giving recognition to foreign judgments. These effects can possibly be relied on by foreign-judgment holders to prevent a repetition of litigation of the same disputes or issues. To further reveal the practical significance of recognition of foreign judgments, this book explores some typical maritime cases and examines how the effects of certain maritime judgments can be extra-territorially realized by recognition, and how the mechanism of recognition of foreign judgments assists in achieving the objectives of the important legal mechanisms of maritime law. This book is particularly suitable for readers who have interests in private international law, transnational litigation, and maritime law.

Yuhan Ji

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ISBN: 978-94-6236-213-0 eISBN: 978-90-8974-664-1 paperback 118 pp. book / ebook: € 26.50 $ 31.99 £ 26.50

The Last Sharia Court in Europe

The Last Sharia Court in Europe

A Jurist’s Travelogue

Maurits Berger

The only Sharia court that exists in Europe is located at the eastern tip of Greece. In this travelogue of his fieldtrips to the region, professor Maurits Berger gives a unique insight into the workings of that court. His encounters with Muftis, Mus lims and Christians are interspersed with background information and personal reflections on the larger issues, such as religious courts, Islamic law, Turkish-Greek politics, Islam in Europe, minorities and human rights.

Property Law

ISBN: 978-94-6236-220-8 eISBN: 978-90-8974-893-5 paperback 556 pp. book / ebook: € 84.50 $ 103.99 £ 83.50

Facilitating CrossBorder Real Estate Transactions in Europe

An Exploration

The acquisition of a plot of land is a com plex legal transaction. When a foreign element is added to this transaction, the complexity inevitably increases. In the interest of promoting the proper function ing of the EU internal market, this study investigates how this complexity can be reduced. To this end, it offers an in-depth study of the land registration systems of the Netherlands, Germany, and England & Wales to understand how different land registration systems unfold in legal practice. It then provides an overview of the various challenges that are faced by the different stakeholders that are involved

in these transactions. Subsequently, the already existing initiatives, that aim to contribute to a facilitation of cross-border real estate transactions, are discussed. After having synchronized the identified challenges with the solutions provided by these initiatives, different strategies to further reduce the remaining challenges are evaluated. Given that the study is en riched with insights from the reality of legal practice, it is of interest to academics and (legal) practitioners in the field.

Series: Maastricht Law Series (vol. 21)

Law (Miscellany)
THE LAST SHARIA COURT IN EUROPE Maurits Berger MAURITS BERGER A Jurist’s Travelogue Facilitating Cross Border Real Estate Transactions in Europe An Exp oration
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Property Law

ISBN: 978-94-6236-267-3 eISBN: 978-90-5189-214-7 paperback 334 pp. book / ebook: € 71.50 $ 87.99 £ 71.00

Property Law

ISBN: 978-94-6236-289-5 eISBN: 978-90-5189-941-2 paperback 24 pp. book / ebook: € 16.50 $ 19.99 £ 16.50

Student Housing in Europe

An Overview of Policies and Regulations in Several Countries

Tom Vandromme, Nicolas Carette and Diederik Vermeir (Eds.)

Although there are major differences within Europe in the way student accommodation is provided, there are also many similarities. In this book, we provide an over view of student housing policies and regulations in 14 countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.

Series: Studies in housing law (vol. 4)

Sustainable Property Law

Reckoning, Resilience, and Reform

The law of property provides the building blocks for our market economy and is a manifestation of our post French and American Revolution thinking on how we want to organise ourselves. That organisational structure has not always been fair or equal around the world. European property law systems have been exported around the globe, yet outside of Europe things have been possible, such as owning another person (slavery) or extracting wealth from land at all costs. This was un thinkable on the European continent. These differences have led to an increasingly unequal division of property between people, countries and even continents. Some can extract a lot of wealth and pollute the planet from their property, whilst others have nothing. An unsustainable use of the planet’s resources where we live outside of our planetary boundaries is the result. This short book argues that this is not the way forward. Our law must be resilient in a transformative manner and European systems need to accept their role in how this has come to be. Based on that, we need to rethink how we can reform our law of property so that it allows us to live within our planetary boundaries.

Series: Maastricht Law Series (vol. 24)

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ISBN: 978-94-6236-274-1 eISBN: 978-90-5189-450-9 hardcover 158 pp. book / ebook: € 54.50 $ 66.99 £ 54.00

Restorative Justice

ISBN: 978-94-6236-235-2 eISBN: 978-90-5189-164-5 hardcover 348 pp. book / ebook: € 68.50 $ 83.99 £ 68.00

The Quest for Complex Policy

Exploring the Tensions between Simplification and Complexification in Public Policymaking

This book searches for an alternative policy orientation that accommodates the entanglement and multi-dimensionality of societal problems in public policy. Using philosophical reflections, Public Administration literature and three in-depth case studies, the author shows how ‘complex policy’ better fits the late-modern society and produces innovative and rich results. He also analyses the tensions of com plexifying policy in an organisational context of institutionalised simplicity. Simplifi cation reflexes threaten the space for and results of complexification. Policymakers should be ambidextrous: accommodating complexity in public policy while being responsive to the institutional need for simplicity.

Being consequential about restorative justice

Being consequential about restorative justice

In this anthology, Professor Emeritus Lode Walgrave, a pioneer in the field of ju venile justice and restorative justice, revisits a selection of his publications, going back to the late 1990s to the late 2010s, on restorative justice as a response to offending. These include reflections on why restorative justice is valuable as well as on how it can and should be implemented. Can reparation be imposed and how would that relate to retribution? Is there room for punishment? The broader field is explored by examining how restorative justice contributes to civilising crimi nal justice and to a ‘criminology of trust’, all based on his socio-ethical concept of ‘common self-interest’. In newly written introductory and concluding chapters, Walgrave explains how this journey in writing resulted in developing a conse quential approach to restorative justice, which prioritises restorative responses to crime and delinquency.

Series: Studies in Restorative Justice (vol. 2)

Public Administration / Political Science
Exploring the Tensions Between Simplification and Complexification in Public Policymaking Hans Joosse THE
HANS JOOSSE THE QUEST FOR COMPLEX POLICY Series editors Estelle Zinsstag & Tinneke Van Camp Being consequential about restorative justice Lode Walgrave
Lode Walgrave STUDIES IN RESTORATIVE JUSTICE ANTHOLOGY ANTHOLOGY
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Remaking justice after sexual violence

Remaking justice after sexual violence

Essays in conventional, restorative, and innovative justice

Kathleen Daly

ISBN: 978-94-6236-226-0 eISBN: 978-90-8974-984-0 hardcover 400 pp. book / ebook: € 66.00 | $ 80.99 | £ 65.50

This anthology of 11 previously published works (1989 to 2020) and two new essays shows the evolution of Kathleen Daly’s ideas on the strengths and limits of conventional, restorative, and innovative justice in response to sexual violence. Daly argues that ‘what is to be done’ is to remake justice as if victims and survivors mattered. This entails blending criminal justice with innovative justice mechanisms and providing a menu of options for victims and admitted offenders within and outside conventional justice. Series: Studies in Restorative Justice (vol. 4)

Restorative justice from a children’s rights perspective

This book addresses the relationship between restorative justice and children’s rights, an issue of increasing relevance to restorative justice theory and practice that has thus far received relatively little attention. Readers will find useful reviews of international human rights documents and of legislation, policy and practices in countries in Europe, Africa, Asia, South America, North America, and Oceania. Adopting a rights-based approach is an important means for countries that are interested in further developing restorative justice practices, as it helps restorative processes that are new to the juvenile justice system to gain credibility as well as safeguard young participants’ rights in these processes. The book focuses on both needs and rights of children and young people who caused harm or suffered harm.

Series: Studies in Restorative Justice (vol. 3)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-227-7 eISBN: 978-90-8974-993-2 hardcover 340 pp. book / ebook: € 99.00 | $ 121.99 | £ 98.00

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Restorative justice from a children’s rights perspective
Remaking justice after sexual violence Kathleen Daly
Kathleen Daly ANTHOLOGY
STUDIES IN RESTORATIVE JUSTICE ANTHOLOGY Essays in conventional, restorative, and innovative justice

Human Rights

Breaking Eurocentric Frames on Arranged Marriage

Uncovering the Dynamics of a Marital Institution

Breaking Eurocentric Frames on Arranged Marriage

Uncovering the Dynamics of a Marital Institution

N.N. Tahir

Human Rights

ISBN: 978-94-6236-287-1 eISBN: 978-90-5189-862-0 hardcover 302 pp. book / ebook: € 95.00 | $ 116.99 | £ 94.00

“What exactly is the arranged marriage?” That is the central question that this book evolves around. The author argues that the arranged marriage is often misrepresented in academic literature as it is generally analyzed through a Eurocentric lens. This is not a neutral lens. The Eurocentric frame perceives the free-choice marriage system as the ideal. As a result, the arranged marriage is perceived to be a lesser marital tradition, a “marriage of shortcomings”, one that fails to meet the standards of the free-choice marriage system. The author invites readers to break this frame and to study the arranged marriage and its dynamics with fresh eyes. Filling an academic gap, Tahir’s book provides a unique critical examination of the social principles that lie at the heart of the arranged marriage system, such as guardianship, hierarchical interdependence, group loyalty, marriage and risk management, and the role of parental authority in the promotion of individual marital consent. Knowledge of these foundational principles will hugely contribute to an unbiased understanding of the arranged marriage and of the modernization the arranged marriage is currently undergoing. Breaking Eurocentric Frames on Arranged Marriage is a necessary and valuable handbook for under standing the cultural heritage of a marriage system that is practised by millions around the world.

Remedies for Human Rights Violations by the European Union

Alexis E. Antoniades

Where EU action affects the legal or factual situation of an individual, guar antees for the affected person’s rights must exist. If rights have been violated, a remedy must be provided. This book examines how the EU may be held accountable for violations of human rights through procedures and remedies available to the individual applicant, within the EU’s legal system and beyond. Series: Maastricht Law Series (vol. 22)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-275-8 eISBN: 978-90-5189-453-0 paperback 372 pp. book / ebook: € 80.00 | $ 98.99 | £ 79.50

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THE OPEN SOCIETY AND ITS CLOSED COMMUNITIES

The Open Society and Its Closed Communities

Afshin Ellian and Paul Cliteur (Eds.)

In the aftermath of the Second World War, Karl Popper introduced his concept of the “open society”. Popper focussed primarily on communism and fascism. Nowadays, communism and fascism have faded away as the primary challenges for open, democratic states, but new challenges have come to the fore. Closed communities pose a significant challenge and sometimes a threat to democratic values. What are those closed communities? This book presents a diagnosis of those closed communities, their problems, and the challenges for an open society.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-221-5 eISBN: 978-90-8974-903-1 hardcover 244 pp. book / ebook: € 74.00 | $ 90.99 | £ 73.50

Trust Beyond Borders

Selected Papers on the Significance of Human Rights and the Rule of Law

This book presents a selection from papers, including some speeches and book chapters, published by Ernst Hirsch Ballin in English since 1991. His work, both in academic life and in several public offices, expresses an awareness of the impact of a lack of public trust and trustworthiness concern ing respect for human rights and the rule of law, and the effects that this often has in cross-border relations.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-231-4 eISBN: 978-90-5189-161-4 hardcover 316 pp. book / ebook: € 71.50 | $ 87.99 | £ 71.00

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Human Rights

The Right to Personal Autonomy Regarding Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation

Case of Belgium

The Right to Personal Autonomy Regarding Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation

The Case of Belgium

In recent years, the fundamental rights of LGBTIQ+ persons have received increased legal attention at the international and national level. Considerable legal progress has been made in a short period of time, even though at the same time a divergent trend is occurring in several countries around the world.

The Right to Personal Autonomy Regarding Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation investigates whether a legal framework based on (the recognition of a right to) personal autonomy regarding sex (characteristics), gender (identity/expression) and sexual orientation could still enhance the legal status of LGBTIQ+ persons. To this end, it makes use of the Belgian legal order as an illustration of a Western national legal system that is responsive to human rights claims of sexual minorities, but remains anchored in heteronormative stereotypes.

The author not only addresses the question to what extent the present legal framework recognises, protects and fulfils the rights of sexual minorities, but also how potential gaps in legal protection could be tackled. Specific attention is given to the role and value of the constitutional entrenchment of a right to personal autonomy over one’s sexual identity in advancing the inclusion of LGBTIQ+ persons in law.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-297-0 eISBN: 978-90-5189-963-4 hardcover 360 pp. book / ebook: € 95.00 | $ 116.99 | £ 94.00

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European Union Law

A Textbook

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European Union Law. A Textbook provides a broad overview of the main aspects of the law of the European Union. It is aimed both at beginning and advanced students who will find this book a useful guide to the law of the European Union. The many references, both to primary and secondary sources, and the analysis and reflections offered throughout the book in clearly marked textboxes will aid the more advanced student and scholar of EU law in their studies.

European Union Law

Cases and Materials

European Union Law (2nd ed.)

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This compilation consists of key cases and materials in the area of Europe an Union law, selected by the Department of International and European Union law of the Erasmus University Rotterdam to use in their bachelor education. Core areas of importance covered by this compilation are the four fundamental freedoms (goods, persons, services and capital), fundamental rights and competition law (cartel prohibition, the prohibition to abuse a dominant position and the prohibition of state aid).

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Cases and Materials International and European Union

Law (3rd ed.)

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This compilation consists of key treaties, secondary legislation and case law in the area of international and European institutional and constitutional law, selected by the Department of International and European Union law of the Erasmus University Rotterdam to use in their bachelor education. The compilation uniquely combines these two areas of law in one single compilation, making it ideal for introductory courses in these fields.

Cases and Materials

Public International Law

ISBN: 978-94-6290-742-3 paperback 788 pp.

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This compilation consists of key cases and materials in the area of public inter national law, selected by the Department of International and European Union law of the Erasmus University Rotterdam to use in their bachelor education. Core areas of importance covered by this compilation are the law of treaties, state responsibility, the use of force, international criminal law, human rights law, law of immunities, international economic law, and dispute settlement. What makes this book unique is that it offers concise case law entries, consisting of a mixture of quotes and summaries. By indicating the main points discussed, Cases and Materials Public International Law aids students, lecturers and others (practi tioners etc.) to quickly comprehend the key issues of each case. These case law entries stem from the didactical vision of the authors, Masuma Shahid and Lana Said, who have over 15 years of experience in coordinating and teaching law courses at Dutch universities. Both are convinced that these case law entries facilitate the reader to analyze and/or scrutinize the remainder of the cases on a higher and elevated level. The compilation is suitable for introductory courses, as well as advanced ones in the field of public international law.

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Constitutions Compared (6th ed.)

An Introduction to Comparative Constitutional Law

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The 6th edition of Constitutions Compared provides a user-friendly introduction to comparative constitutional law. For each area of constitutional law, a general intro duction and a comparative overview is presented, followed by more detailed coun try chapters. Naturally the book has been updated to include constitutional events until May 2021. This book most notably includes many constitutional developments in the constitutional systems within our scope. Including the `Brexit’ and the new compositions of the national parliaments and the European Parliament. What also sets this book apart is that the EU has been woven into it, as a constitutional system per se and as an international organization which heavily impacts upon domestic constitutional law of its member-states. This book is a helpful guide for students who are exploring comparative constitutional law for the first time and it provides a solid foundation for more advanced graduate-level courses.

Comparative Constitutional Law Documents

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Comparative Constitutional Law Documents contains a selection of constitutions and fundamental legislative instruments from five Western democracies: the United States, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Furthermore, it provides the text of the European Convention on Human Rights, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, the Treaty on European Union, and selected provisions of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. The documents reproduced in this book are rendered either in the original authentic, English, or in new translation under critical editorship. 2nd edition forthcoming Fall 2022.

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Essentials in cybercrime

Essentials in cybercrime

A criminological overview for education and practice

W. van der Wagen, J.J. Oerlemans and M. Weulen Kranenbarg (Eds.)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-247-5 paperback 352 pp.

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Cybercrime has greatly increased in recent years. That is why it is important for criminologists and legal professionals to learn the basics about cybercrime. This book offers insights into the various types and features of cybercrime, offender and victim characteristics, quantitative and qualitative methods for studying cybercrime, criminological theories that can be used to understand cybercrime, and possible countermeasures and interventions. In addition to criminological aspects, the book deals with a number of legal topics, including the criminalisation of cybercrime, the detection process and the investigative powers that can be used by the law enforcement agencies in the online domain.

Logic for Lawyers

An Introduction

ISBN: 978-94-6236-194-2 paperback 192 pp.

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Logic for Lawyers offers an introduction to logic, tailored to legal prac tice. Logic is a basic tool for the legal professional. Law is an argu mentative practice and therefore lawyers need to know how to argue. This book discusses the classical topics of logic – schemes of argu mentation, syllogisms, fallacies and propositional logic – always with the use of practical legal examples. This book pays special attention to the role of logic in rhetoric too, as any lawyer would want others to accept the argument. Furthermore, this book has an in-depth section which discusses insights from modern logic – such as predicate logic and modal logic – again while using practical legal examples. This makes it an indispensable reference work for every legal practitioner.

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Textbooks

This series currently consists of three volumes. The fourth volume, listed here, will be released in fall of 2022.

Materials on Commercial Law

Johan Vannerom

An accident happened in the North Sea and I need a complete overview of the rules regarding oil pollution at sea. I need to draft a legal advice for a financial institution on paperless trade finance. I wish to have the legal rules applicable to copyrights and trademarks at hand during my client’s meeting. As a student, I wish to have one com pendium in which the most important materials and legal provisions on (International) Commercial Law are gath ered. For these and many more examples, one can rely

Volume I

Procedural Law, Maritime & Transport Law, Company Law

on the Materials on Commercial Law. Indeed, this reader bundles in several volumes the most important materials – even those published by soft-law organisations and not always easy to access by the public – in the eclectic field of commercial law. The reader is user-friendly via its index at the beginning of each Volume. The legislative texts are categorized per legal domain. In short, the reader is in dispensable for every student, practitioner, magistrate and in-house counsel active in International Business & Trade.

Second edition forthcoming fall 2022.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-232-1 paperback/962 pp. book: € 102.00 | $ 125.99 | £ 101.00 Boom Streamr: € 71.40 | $ 86.99 | £ 70.50

Volume II

Insurance Law, Financial Law, Commercial Contract Law, Consumer Contract Law, Intellectual Property Law

Volume III

Arbitration Law, Public International Law, International Investment Law

Volume IV

Arbitration Law, Public International Law, International Investment Law

Second edition forthcoming fall 2022.

ISBN: 978-94-6290-981-6 paperback/1030 pp. book: € 96.50 | $ 118.99 | £ 95.50 Boom Streamr: € 67.55 | $ 81.99 | £ 67.00

Second edition (on Intellectual Property Law) forthcoming fall 2022.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-233-8 paperback/484 pp. book: € 96.50 | $ 118.99 | £ 95.50 Boom Streamr: € 71.40 | $ 86.99 | £ 70.50

Forthcoming fall 2022.

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Negotiating International Commercial Contracts

Practical Exercises

Negotiating International Commercial Contracts – Practical Exercises is an inno vative workbook that comprises over 80 real-life case scenarios, accompanied by suggested answers and guidelines. These are built upon the authors’ experience and understanding of both legal and business interests which underlie the negotia tion of an international commercial contract. The exercises focus on two of the most vital choices in an international commercial contract: (i) the choice of the substan tive law to govern the contract (or the failure to choose a law); and (ii) the method and place of dispute resolution (or the failure to specify in the dispute resolution clause). This workbook is designed to assist anyone involved in the negotiation, enforcement, or interpretation of international commercial contracts. The book aims to help build skills for any counsel assisting clients in international transactions, including those in law firms and in-house legal departments, those acting as judg es, arbitrators, mediators, or for training purposes in university and professional training courses.

ISBN: 978-94-9094-709-5 eISBN: 978-90-5189-106-5 paperback 122 pp.

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ProHIC Book of Basics

ProHIC Book of Basics

A Problem-Oriented Approach to High Impact Crime

Bram van Dijk, Paul van Soomeren, Armando Jongejan and Marian Krom

This Book of Basics shows how High Impact Crime (HIC) in The Netherlands can be tackled at a local level by the police, the municipality and the Public Prosecution Service in collaboration with citizens and businesses/organisations. The target audience for the Book of Basics is the essential coalition of the local triangle - the mayor, police management and Public Prosecutor, as well as their policy makers and executors, businesses, citizens and organisations from civil society. The Book of Basics also includes practical (study) materials for use in police training and university and college degrees. “Working together” seems logical and simple, but in practice it is often not that straightforward.

ISBN: 978-94-6236-258-1 paperback 198 pp.

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Quantitative Insights for Lawyers

Quantitative Insights for Lawyers

The ability to deal with quantitative data is becoming increas ingly important for lawyers. Estimates, probabilities and the likelihood that something will or will not happen in relation to a legally relevant insight or legal consideration, has become an important skill. We can witness its relevance in a famous case in The Netherlands – the case of Lucia de Berk, an unfortunate nurse who had been present at (initially) thirty deaths. Accord ing to the Public Prosecution Service, it was statistically practi cally impossible that this was a coincidence and although the medical evidence was weak, the statistical evidence lead to her conviction. Was this a miscarriage of justice or can we rely on the statistics?

ISBN: 978-94-6236-215-4 hardcover 204 pp.

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A guide to practice-based

research

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Having trouble conducting your research or finding it difficult to carry out prac tice-based research? This book shows students in higher education how to ap proach and conduct practice-based (social) legal research. Furthermore, it offers tools and guidelines for the design and implementation of (social) legal research.

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African Journal of International Criminal Justice (AJICJ)

Charles C. Jalloh (Founding editor), Margaret DeGuzman, Lansana Gberie, Lucy Hovil, Laurence Juma, Simon Meisenberg, Godfrey Musila, Lydia A. Nkansah, Sarah Nouwen, Chidi Odinkalu, Benson Olugbuo, Harry Rhea ,Shakiratu Sanusi, Alpha Sesay and Yitiha Simbeye

Africa has been the site of some of the world’s worst atrocities. Africa is also home to some of the most innovative mechanisms, ranging from truth commissions to na tional and international criminal trials, to address accountability to the perpetrators of violence. Yet, African voices are often marginalized in global conversations about peace, justice and reconciliation. AJICJ is a refereed and interdisciplinary scholarly periodical that aims to fill this gap. It is a forum for international criminal law and transitional justice issues in Africa and the developing world as analysed by authors drawn from throughout the continent and the world.

Corporate Mediation Journal (CMJ)

Martin

Brink, Bas van Zelst and Anna Doyle

The Corporate Mediation Journal (CMJ) is a journal about mediation within and between organisations. It wants to be the voice of mediation as a management tool. It offers experienced professionals a medium to share their best practices using medi ation skills as a means to add value their workplace and their organisation. CMJ will offer important insights for CEO’s, CFO’s, COO’s, HR Officers, Legal Counsels and all others working in leadership positions within organisations. Consultants, attorneys and other advisors will also find much of value in this publication.

Editorial The T-Shaped Mediator Bas van Zelst Articles How Pilots Reach for the Sweet Spot of Conflict Eva van der Fluit Magnifying the Power of the Mediators’ Green Pledge Anna Doyle Book Review Reviewing Power for All, How It Really Works and Why It’s Everyone’s Business Martin Brink CORPORATE MEDIATION JOURNAL 2022 | 1 Online at elevenjournals.com
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East European Yearbook on Human Rights (EEYHR)

Mart Susi (editor-in-chief), Vesna Crnic’-Grotic’, Michał Balcerzak and Tiina Pajuste (assistant-editor)

The East European Yearbook on Human Rights is a new peer-reviewed legal journal, focusing on the human rights discourse in Eastern Europe, and positioning this in the broader context of worldwide problems and developments in the area of human rights. Eastern European states have all undergone a transition from state socialism to liberal democracy. While the problems of transition vary from country to country, there are also joint concerns. The journal provides a platform to share both common and disparate experiences in relation to human rights. The journal is a valuable source of insight for scholars conducting research into other transitional situations. Though some aspects of the Eastern European transition are unique to the region, other aspects of transitions are universal.

ISSN: 2210-2671 open access journal

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Erasmus Law Review (ELR)

Frank Weerman (Editor-in-Chief), Stephanie Triefus (Managing-Editor), Nina Holvast, Elena Kantorowicz-Reznichenko, Xandra Kramer, Madeleine Merkx, René Repasi and Sanne Struijk

The Erasmus Law Review seeks to foster independent critical scholarship as relevant to the discipline of law. The Erasmus Law Review commissions articles around specif ic themes, although calls for papers on specific topics might be issued occasionally and will be published on this website. All prospective articles are submitted to dou ble-blind peer review (two reviews per article), and final publication is dependent on the outcome of these reviews.

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Special Issue: Global Digital Human Rights Network Mart Susi Foreword Konstantinos Kouroupis, Dimitrios Vagianos & Aikaterini Totka Artificial Intelligence and Customer Relationship Management Vygantė Milašiūtė & Skirgailė Žalimienė European Standards of Judicial Independence in Lithuania Matthias C. Kettemann & Martin Fertmann Viral Information. How States and Platforms Deal with Covid-19-Related Disinformation Mart Susi & Tiina Pajuste Covid-19 “Vaccine Passport” Discourses: An Exploratory Study of 23 Countries Martin Fertmann & Matthias C. Kettemann Can Platforms Cancel Politicians? How States and Platforms Deal with Private Power over Public and Political Actors
VOLUME 4 2021 | Online at elevenjournals.com
East European Yearbook on Human Rights

ISSN: 1877-9107

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European Employment Law Cases (EELC)

James Davies, Zef Even (General Editor), Ruben Houweling (General Editor Academic Board), Effie Mitsopoulou, Luca Ratti, Paul Schreiner, Andreea Suciu, Jan-Pieter Vos and Amber Zwanenburg

European Employment Law Cases (EELC) publishes mainly “case reports” and summaries of recent relevant judgments by the Court of Justice EU. The case reports are English language summaries of recent judgments by courts all over Europe on issues that can be relevant to practitioners of employment law, with commentaries both by the author and by lawyers from other countries. Some examples of the topics covered: transfer of undertakings, discrimination (gender, age, disability, religion, etc.), working hours, maternity protection, fixed-term con tracts, collective redundancies, privacy, paid leave, information and consultation, temporary agency work, free movement. It can help your clients, reputation and court cases if you know what the courts in other countries are doing.

An online database of judgments of national courts, the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights in the field of employ ment law.

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european journal of law reform

volume 23 2021 issue 3

European Journal of Law Reform (EJLR)

The key purpose of the European Journal of Law Reform is to respond to the growing demand among scholars, legislators and practitioners of law in the private and public sectors for a forum for authoritative views on law reform in Europe and the World. A related purpose is to provide a systematic review of major initiatives for reform of laws and legal practice. The European Journal of Law Reform is jointly edited at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London, the University of Basel Law Faculty and Europain stitut, as well as at Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis. By applying a very selective editorial policy and a system of independent and anonymous review of submis sions, the European Journal of Law Reform ensures the highest academic standards, and is a leading journal on law reform in the world.

ISSN: 2666-2701 online archives: € 128.00 online archives (institutional): € 179.50

Physical 2021 edition ISBN: 978-94-6236-254-3 hardcover 438 pp. book: € 153.50 $ 189.99 £ 152.00

Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law (HYIEL)

Marcel Szabó, Laura Gyeney and Petra Lea Láncos (Eds.)

The Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law is a collection of articles written mostly by Hungarian authors covering developments in the field of international law and European law, and progress in domes tic implementation and application of these fields of law. The online archives consist of all the articles published in the book series since 2013. The Yearbook articles analyse well-known Hungary-related cases and their assessment from the perspective of Hungar ian legal experts. Moreover, the articles offer a comprehensive picture of the state of application and implementation of EU law and international law in Hungary.

The 2021 edition of the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law is available in print.

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2021 2021

ISSN: 2589-9929

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Politics of the Low Countries

Politics of the Low Countries (PLC)

Stefanie Beyens, Katja Biedenkopf, Caroline Close, Brenda Van Coppenolle, Nadim Farhat, Rebecca Gebauer (Editiorial assistant), Geoffrey Grandjean, Christophe Lesschaeve, Maurits Meijers, Julien van Ostaaijen, Daphne van der Pas, Min Reuchamps (co-Editor-in-Chief), Luana Russo (co-Editor-in-Chief), Eline Severs, Audry Vandeleene and Ruud Wouters

Politics of the Low Countries (PLC) provides scientific insights in Belgian and Dutch politics. It is the official journal of the Flemish (VPW) and Francophone (ABSP) political science associations in cooperation with the Dutch Political Science Association (NKWP). The journal publishes blind peer reviewed research articles from a wide variety of methodological perspectives and on a broad range of topics such as political behaviour, political parties, political communication, parliamentary studies, public administration, political philosophy and even EU- and international politics.

PLC’s comprehensive scope, embracing all the major political developments in Bel gium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, makes it essential reading for both political practitioners and academics. The 1959-2018 issues of Res Publica, the predecessor of PLC, are now online avail able for subscribers to Politics of the Low Countries

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The International Journal of Restorative Justice

The International Journal of Restorative Justice (TIJRJ)

Ivo Aertsen (Editor), Estelle Zinsstag (Editor), Fernanda Fonseca Rosenblatt (Associate Editor/ Book-Review Editor), Albert Dzur (Associate Editor/ Conversations Editor), Jane Bolitho (Associate Editor), Tali Gal (Associate Editor), Gerry Johnstone (Associate Editor), Claudia Mazzucato (Associate Editor), Meredith Rossner (Associate Editor), Lode Walgrave (Associate Editor) and Marlies Talay (Editorial Assistant)

The International Journal of Restorative Justice (TIJRJ) is an academic peer-reviewed jour nal about restorative justice. Articles are written by experts featuring original and current research on theoretical, practice and policy developments, debates about practices, models or recent innovations, book reviews and ‘Conversations’ with prominent figures known globally for their contributions to the field. The journal’s aim is to contribute to the development of restorative justice by discussing its diverse, challenging and innovative facets, as well as to encourage fruitful discussions and debates. TIJRJ will appeal to academics and researchers, to practitioners and policy-makers, and to those who want to keep up to date with the rapid changes in the field of restorative justice.

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European Journal of Policing Studies (EJPS)

Feys (editorial assistant), Courtney Marsh (editorial assistant), Jan Terpstra (editor), and Antoinette Verhagen (editor)

In 2013 the European Journal of Policing Studies (EJPS) was founded. In 2022 EJPS makes a new start, from now on published by Eleven. EJPS wants to publish high-quality papers that provide insights into contemporary policing discussions in or related to Europe. It focuses on issues that are of interest to the police and other actors in policing, and that may shape (the future of) policing. EJPS aims to offer authors room to present their research results. Fur thermore, EJPS also aims to publish special issues, focusing on specific topics or themes that are relevant for both the policy and practice of policing.

International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution (IJODR)

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Being a highly selective and peer-reviewed periodical, the Journal encourages comparative, interdisciplinary, international, empirical and theoretical approaches and analysis in contributions. The Journal will bring together Internet industry lead ers, government officials, members of the judiciary, banks and payment systems, consumer groups, the legal profession, arbitration experts, ODR proponents, and the academic and technical communities. It will provide a forum on how to efficiently implement online dispute resolution systems that will harmoniously coexist with current legal and alternative processes to increase access to justice. The goal of the Journal is to contribute to establishing an institutional framework of future cross-border ODR systems.

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Central Asian Yearbook of International Law and International Relations (CAYILIR)

The Central Asian Yearbook of International Law and International Relations seeks to promote high-quality research on international and comparative law and inter national relations in Central Asia. The Yearbook provides a platform for dialogue between Central Asian law scholars and authors from other regions dealing with Central Asia. The Yearbook covers all areas of public and private international law, comparative law, and international relations, and publishes high-quality theoretical articles as well as practice-oriented pieces on current developments, book reviews and overviews of State practice. The Editors welcome contributions written by established scholars and outstanding articles by emerging authors, to enable a dialogue between scholarly generations.

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Forthcoming publications

2022 Q3

Code of Civil Procedure (2nd ed.)

Selected Sections and the NCC Rules

Alex Burrough, Stephen Machon, Duco Oranje, Lincoln Frakes and Willem Visser (Eds.)

ISBN: 978-94-6236-313-7 | eISBN: 978-94-0011-162-2 hardcover | 268 pp. book / ebook: € 69.00 | $ 84.99 | £ 68.50

Grammar of the Wealthy Family Healthy Communication and Constructive Conflict Management

Alain-Laurent Verbeke, Martin C. Euwema and Katalien Bollen

ISBN: 978-94-6236-317-5 eISBN: 978-94-6236-318-2 130 pp.

Highly Mobile Workers and the Coordination of Social Security in the EU Opening and Closing Pandora's Box

Eva van Ooij

ISBN: 978-94-6236-319-9 | eISBN: 978-94-0011-170-7 hardcover | 336 pp.

Policy Analysis of Multi-Actor Systems (2nd ed.)

Bert Enserink et al. Series: Textbooks on governance and policy ISBN: 978-94-6236-299-4 paperback | 186 pp.

The New Practical Guide to the EU Labyrinth

Daniel Guéguen and Vicky Marissen Series: Anthemis co-publications

ISBN: 978-94-6236-306-9 130 pp. book: € 35.00 | $ 42.99 | £ 34.50

2022 Q4

Comparative Constitutional Law Documents A.W. Heringa and S. Hardt (Eds.) Comparative Constitutional Law Documents contains a selection of constitutions and fundamental legislative instruments from five Western democracies: the United States, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Furthermore, it provides the text of the European Convention on Human Rights, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, the Treaty on European Union, and selected provisions of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. ISBN: 978-94-6236-281-9 paperback | 398 pp. book: € 34.00 | $ 41.99 | £ 33.50

Consumer Online Dispute Resolution Pathways in Europe Analysing the Standards for Access and Procedural Justice in Online Dispute Resolution Procedures E.M. van Gelder Series: Issues in ODR

Crimmigration and the Return Directive A. Pahladsingh hardcover | 320 pp.

Law and Language Agustín Parise and Olivier Moreteau (Eds.) Series: Maastricht Law Series ISBN: 978-94-6236-328-1 | eISBN: 978-94-0011-189-9 paperback | 238 pp.

Integrating Technology into Your Dispute Resolution Practice

Making Friends with the Fourth Party

Daniel Rainey

Series: Issues in ODR ISBN: 978-94-6236-322-9 | eISBN: 978-94-0011-174-5 paperback | 110 pp. book / ebook: € 45.00 | $ 54.99 | £ 44.50

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Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2021

P.J. Blount, Tanja Masson-Zwaan, Rafael Moro-Aguilar and Kai-Uwe Schrogl (Eds.) Series: Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law (vol. 64) hardcover

The Transfer of Criminal Proceedings in the EU

P.A.M. Verrest 2022-10-03 ISBN: 978-94-6236-314-4 eISBN: 978-94-0011-163-9 paperback | 78 pp. book / ebook: € 39.00 | $ 47.99 | £ 38.50

Three decades of crime and criminal justice statistics in Europe: Methods, trends and the impact on policy making Proceedings of the conference 22-23 March 2021 Marcelo F. Aebi and Lorena Molnar (Eds.) ISBN: 978-94-6236-246-8 224 pp.

Walking the extra mile

R.S. Groen ISBN: 978-94-6236-283-3 | eISBN: 978-90-5189-681-7 hardcover | 276 pp. book / ebook: € 59.00 | $ 72.99 | £ 58.50

2023

Central Asian Yearbook of International Law and International Relations 2022 Sergey Sayapin and Rustam Burnashev (Eds.) ISBN: 978-94-6236-265-9 400 pp. book: € 142.00 | $ 171.99 | £ 141.00

The Transfer of Prisoners in the European Union Challenges and Prospects in the Implementation of Framework Decision 2008/909/JHA Stefano Montaldo (Ed.) Series: Giappichelli co-publications ISBN: 978-94-6236-997-9

Research Methods for Empirical Legal Studies: An Introduction

C.C.J.H. Bijleveld ISBN: 978-94-6236-938-2 280 pp. book: € 31.00 | $ 37.99 | £ 30.50

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African Journal of International Criminal Justice (AJICJ) 40

A guide to practice-based (social) legal research 38

Application, Adaptation and Rejection 20 Arranging Resilience 10

Being consequential about restorative justice 26

Blaming the Addicted Brain 12 Breaking Eurocentric Frames on Arranged Marriage 28

Campaign Finance Law 9

Cases and Materials European Union Law (2nd ed.) 32

Cases and Materials International and European Union Law (3rd ed.) 33

Cases and Materials Public International Law 33

Central Asian Yearbook of International Law and International Relations 49

Central Asian Yearbook of International Law and International Relations (CAYILIR) 46

China’s Ambition in Space 3

Climate Law – Current Opportunities and Challenges 20

Code of Civil Procedure (2nd ed.) 48

Comparative Constitutional Justice 9 Comparative Constitutional Law Documents 34, 48

Constitutions Compared (6th ed.) 34

Consumer Online Dispute Resolution Pathways in Europe 48

Corporate Mediation Journal (CMJ) 40

Crimmigration and the Return Directive 48 Cross-border claims to cultural objects 21

Different Lawyers 19 Duties and Responsibilities of the Nomination Committee 5

East European Yearbook on Human Rights (EEYHR) 41

Economic value of the judiciary 6

EELC updates 42

Erasmus Law Review (ELR) 41

Essentials in cybercrime 35

EU Competition Law and the Digital Economy: Protecting Free and Fair Competition in an Age of Technological (R)evolution 18

European Arrest Warrant 12

European Employment Law Cases (EELC) 42 European Journal of Law Reform (EJLR) 43 European Journal of Policing Studies (EJPS) 45 European Union Law 32 Excess of Powers in International Commercial Arbitration 7

Facilitating Cross-Border Real Estate Transactions in Europe 24 Family Group Conference Research 21

Grammar of the Wealthy Family 48

Highly Mobile Workers and the Coordination of Social Security in the EU 48 Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law (HYIEL) 43

IISL Proceedings Online 4 In Courts We Trust 22

Independence and Impartiality in International Commercial Arbitration 6

Integrating Technology Into Your Dispute Resolution Practice: Making Friends with the Fourth Party 48 International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution (IJODR) 45

Law and Language 48 Legal Education in the 21st Century 22 Legal Research 23 Legitimate by Nature? 14 Linking High-Level Accused to Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes in International Criminal Law 11 Logic for Lawyers 35

Materials on Commercial Law Volume I-IV 36

Measuring cybercrime in Europe: The role of crime statistics and victimisation surveys 14 Mental Health and Criminal Justice 13

Narrating organised crime stories and Aristotelian principles of drama 15 National Courts and the Enforcement of EU Law: The Pivotal Role of National Courts in the EU Legal Order 18

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Negotiating International Commercial Contracts 37

New Bank Insolvency Law for China and Europe 7

Ostrageous: How Greed and Crime Erode Professional Football and We All Look the Other Way 15

Outer Space – Future for Humankind 3 Outlaw motorcycle gangs in the Meuse Rhine Euregion 16

Policy Analysis of Multi-Actor Systems (2nd ed.) 48

Politics of the Low Countries (PLC) 44

Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2020 4

Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law 2021 49

ProHIC Book of Basics 37

Quantitative Insights for Lawyers 38

Recognition of Foreign Judgments 23

Remaking justice after sexual violence 27 Remedies for Human Rights Violations by the European Union 28

Research Methods for Empirical Legal Studies: An Introduction 49 Restorative justice from a children’s rights perspective 27

Space Law: Basic Legal Documents 5 Student Housing in Europe 25 Sustainable Property Law 25

The Abstract Police 16

The Art of Moving Borders 19

The CISG and Commodity Sales 8

The Constitutional System of the United States 10

The International Journal of Restorative Justice (TIJRJ) 44

The Last Sharia Court in Europe 24

The Law and Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunals and Courts 17

The New EU Data Protection Regime: Setting Global Standards for the Right to Personal Data Protection 18

The New Practical Guide to the EU Labyrinth 48

The Open Society and Its Closed Communities 29

The Quest for Complex Policy 26

The Right to Personal Autonomy Regarding Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation 30

The Transfer of Criminal Proceedings in the EU 49 The Transfer of Prisoners in the European Union 49

The XXIX FIDE Congress in the Hague 2021: Proceedings 18

Three decades of crime and criminal justice statistics in Europe: Methods, trends and the impact on policy making 49

Trust Beyond Borders 29

Unravelling Choice of Law in International Commercial Contracts 8

Violent Encounters 17

Walking the extra mile 49

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