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Volume 20(2) Table of Contents
  • Editor’s Foreword - Eva van Vugt
  • Introduction to Judicial Law Making - Matthias Storme
  • Methods of Lawmaking of the European Court of Human Rights: Do Hard Cases make Bad Law? A Case Study - Ilona Bierkens and Caia Vlieks
  • Judicial Activism at the European Court of Justice: A Natural Feature in a Dialogical Context - Valerie Dhooghe, Rosanne Franken and Tim Opgenhaffen
  • Interpretation Methods in the us Supreme Court: Study of Obamacare, Abortion Cases and Alien Torts Statute Cases - Siel Demeyere, Joris Beke and Renate Dietvorst
  • Vita Brevis, Ars Longa: In Memoriam Willem Witteveen - Sanne Taekema and Bart van Klink
  • Strategies of the Dutch Legislator to Stimulate Autonomy and Decrease Bureaucracy - Meike Bokhorst
  • Legislation: Work of Art or Artefact? - Bert van Roermund
  • Taxation, Reciprocity and Communicative Regulation - Hans Gribnau