Beyond Compliance: odpověď autorů

Jan Petrov, Katarína Šipulová, David Kosař, Hubert Smekal, Ladislav Vyhnánek

Abstrakt

Tento příspěvek je koncipován jako odpověď autorů monografie Domestic Judicial Treatment of European Court of Human Rights Case Law: Beyond Compliance (KOSAŘ, D. et al. Routledge, 2020) na reakce komentátorů v tomto sympoziu. Rekapitulujeme východiska monografie a rozvíjíme některé v knize obsažené argumenty s ohledem na připomínky komentátorů. Článek reflektuje poznámky a stěžejní body, které komentátoři nadnesli: v první části se věnuje přesnějšímu vysvětlení metodologických východisek našeho přístupu k soudcovskému zacházení s judikaturou ESLP, ve druhé části se hlouběji zamýšlí nad tím, jak by bylo možné integrovat připomínky komentátorů, a následně otevírá diskusi, jak dál postupovat ve výzkumu vnitrostátního života EÚLP a judikatury ESLP.

Bibliografická citace

PETROV, Jan, ŠIPULOVÁ, Katarína, KOSAŘ, David, SMEKAL, Hubert a Ladislav VYHNÁNEK. Beyond Compliance: odpověď autorů. Časopis pro právní vědu a praxi. [Online]. 2021, č. 2, s. 413-425. [cit. 2021-09-24]. Dostupné z: https://journals.muni.cz/cpvp/article/view/15272

Klíčová slova

Evropský soud pro lidská práva; Evropská úmluva o lidských právech; implementace; soudcovská argumentace; compliance; zacházení soudů (s externí judikaturou).

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