published on October 17, 2021
The book ‘Pandemocracy in Europe. Power, Parliaments and People in Times of COVID-19’ (edited by Matthias C Kettemann and Konrad Lachmayer) is available as Open Access version under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 licence on www.bloomsburycollections.com.
This open access book explains why a democratic reckoning will start when European societies win the fight against COVID-19.
published on May 10, 2021
Konrad Lachmayer wrote a post on http://verfassungsblog.de/ about “Muddling through Mutation Times or the Return of Federalism in Austria. From Covid-19 Response to the Vaccination Campaign”.
See the full analysis below.
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While Austria went into lockdown immediately after Christmas (26 December 2020) for another six weeks, the skiing season had only just started. Hotels were closed, but locals and persons with secondary residences could enjoy skiing and keep Austrian winter tourism alive. Although many measures were taken since then, skiing and ski tours were never forbidden again. …
published on April 29, 2021
Konrad Lachmayer wrote a chapter about “Formalism and Judicial Self-Restraint as Tools Against Populism? Considerations Regarding Recent Developments of the Austrian Constitutional Court”, which was published in Gárdos-Orosz/Szente (eds), “Populist Challenges to Constitutional Interpretation in Europe and Beyond”, Routledge (2021).
published on March 14, 2021
Prof. Lachmayer will present a paper about “Empowering Cities by Constitutional Pluralism. A Constitutional Concept of Glocal Cities” on the panel “Principles of Federalism” at the International Conference “MASSEY CITIES SUMMIT: Constitutional Space for Cities“, organised by Massey College and the Canadian Urban Institute.
The panel with Prof. Lachmayer opens on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, 9:00 am – 10:30 am EST.
published on March 8, 2021
The book ‘The Principle of Effective Legal Protection in Administrative Law’ (edited by Zoltán Szente, Konrad Lachmayer) is now available as Open Access version under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 License.
This collection presents a comparative analysis of the principle of effective legal protection in administrative law in Europe. It examines how European states consider and enforce the related requirements in their domestic administrative law.