The compatibility of systematic concealment: Targeted bans and perception changing exceptions?  

Author: Blánaid Sheeran Blánaid Sheeran is the In House Contributor of the ELSA Law Review Blog. She is a second-year student at the European Law School, Maastricht University. She also

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How Can You, as a Law Student or Young Lawyer, Contribute to Advancing the Rule of Law?

Preamble The rule of law is the foundation of all other rights. Without the rule of law, nothing else works. Without the rule of law, there is no contract system,

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The Power Struggle Between the Whistleblower Statute and Freedom of Expression: The Portuguese Case

Authors: Bernardo Regodeiro, Dussu Djabula and Raquel Burgoa Dias Bernardo is a third-year University of Lisbon School of Law student. Bernardo was born in Lisbon, Portugal. Since he was young, he showed

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Digital human rights near future or not?

Author: Vladislav V. Zhemerov Member of ELSA Russia, 3rd year student of North-West branch of the Russian State University of Justice (St. Petersburg).   Digital human rights: near future or

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The Right to Non-Discrimination and the Russian ‘Anti-Gay Propaganda’ Legislation

Author: Violetta Fitsner Violetta Fitsner holds a Master Degree from the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Kaliningrad, Russia), specialising in International and European Law. The author is currently studying at

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Can the EU’s Democratic Deficit be Solved by According a Central Role to Representative Institutions on the National Level?

Author: Mathias Baudena The author is a law student at the London School of Economics. His areas of interest lie in Public, European and Public International Law, with a particular

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National Contact Points: A key mechanism for the respect of human rights?

Author: Marine Richert Marine Richert obtained her LL.B and a Certificate in Anglo-American Law from the University of Cergy-Pontoise (France) in 2017 and received the Award of Excellence from the

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