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New Issue: German Law Journal, Issue 21(4)

The new issue of the German Law Journal, Issue 21(4), has been published.

Content:

Electing Team Strasbourg: Professional Diversity on the European Court of Human Rights and Why it Matters
Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, Alex Schwartz

The Tragedy of the Judiciary: An Inquiry into the Economic Nature of Law and Courts
Ivo Teixeira Gico

From the European Stability Mechanism to the European Monetary Fund: There and Back Again
Mauro Megliani

The Anaemic Existence of the Overriding Public Interest in Disclosure in the EU’s Access to Documents Regime
Daniel Wyatt

Justifying New Rights: Affectedness, Vulnerability, and the Rights of Peasants
Corina Heri

Crime in Germany as Portrayed by the Alternative for Germany (AfD)
Thomas Hestermann, Elisa Hoven

Jens Meierhenrich’s, The Remnants of the Rechtsstaat: An Ethnography of Nazi Law
Hans Petter Graver

Special Section: Developments in German Criminal Law
Article

300,000 Counts of Aiding and Abetting Murder
Fabian Bernhart, Alexander Tanner, Falaq Ahmad, Joyce Galvano, Tanja Herde

Legendierte Polizeikontrollen: Judgment from the German Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof) of April 26, 2017, 2 StR 247/16
Dorothee Karbe, Charlotte Jawurek, Philipp Sarder

The Constitutionality of §89a IIa of the German Criminal Code and the Concept of a Serious Violent Offense Endangering the State: The German Federal Court of Justice Decision of April 6, 2017—3 StR 326/16
Anne-Sophie Zaunseder, Michelle Heblik

German Anti-Stalking Legislation and Its Recent Changes
Anni Ropers, Viola Ebner, Selina Burgard, Julia Zucker, Michael Erber

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