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OMT Programme of the ECB upheld by the German Constitutional Court

By on June 21, 2016

The Bundesverfassungsgericht has not accepted the constitutional complaints raised against the Outright Monetary Transactions programme of the European Central Bank. In its press release of 21 June the Court rules that the OMT programme does not currently impair the Bundestag’s overall budgetary responsibility. Nor does it  present a constitutionally relevant threat to the German Bundestag’s right to decide […]

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New Springer and Palgrave eBooks available in the Library

By on May 24, 2016

The Library has acquired 2 new series of eBooks published by Springer and Palgrave in 2016: the Law and Criminology Collection and the Political Science and International Studies Collection with almost 200 titles published. More titles will be added during the year as they become available. They can all be found and accessed in the Library catalogue http://biblio.eui.eu/ Also available are the 2016 […]

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Free Access to OUP resources on Refugee Law

By on February 4, 2016

In response to the refugee crisis in Europe, Oxford University Press has made more than 30 book
chapters, journal articles, and pieces of content from online resources freely accessible to assist those working with refugees on the ground, as well as anyone who would like to know more about the framework of rights and obligations concerning refugees

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German Law Journal Special Issue

By on December 21, 2015

Issue no 6 of 2015 of  the German Law Journal is dedicated to Preliminary Reference to the Court of Justice of The European Union by Constitutional Courts. The Constitutional Courts of Austria, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Romania and their preliminary references are covered.  The dynamic with the Strasbourg Court is […]

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“Free the Law” : Open Access to all US case law

By on November 5, 2015

Harvard Law School is digitilizing their own collection of 200 years of US case law which will be made available online for free. The documents  are digitilized and uploaded on Ravel Law, a legal research and analytics platform. The project called ‘Free the Law‘ will be completed and go live in 2017 coinciding with the 200th anniversary […]

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