published on August 31, 2017
Konrad Lachmayer wrote a post on http://voelkerrechtsblog.org/ about “Constitutional authoritarianism, not authoritarian constitutionalism!”.
See the full analysis below.
In these times of re-emerging illiberalism, populism and authoritarianism, there is an increasing need for us to attempt to find new academic concepts to describe the phenomena that are emerging. These efforts can also help to redefine existing forms of constitutional developments.
published on August 8, 2017
Konrad Lachmayer wrote together with Ingrid Siess-Scherz a report on “Developments in Austrian Constitutional Law” in Albert/Landau/Faraguna/Drugda (eds), 2016 Global Review of Constitutional Law. The book was published by I•CONnect and the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College (ISBN: 978-0-692-92516-4 ).
The Global Review of Constitutional Law assembles reports that give readers a detailed but relatively brief overview of constitutional developments and cases in individual jurisdictions during the year 2016.
published on June 6, 2017
Date: Wednesday, 7th June 2017
Place: Andrássy University, Budapest, Hungary
I will give a lecture on “The Power of Independent Networks: The Impact of EU Agencies on Shaping European Administrative Law“ at the ELI Administrative Law SIG Conference at the Andrássy University in Budapest.
You can find the Administrative Law SIG Conference Agenda here.
published on June 5, 2017
Konrad Lachmayer spent a research period at the University of Bergen in Norway in June 2017.
During his stay he gave a lecture on “Austrian Legal Culture” and “Constitutional Law and Time: The Perspective of Future Generations” at the Faculty of Law.
published on May 10, 2017
Konrad Lachmayer published together with Niklas Sonntag the article “Austrian Legal Culture”, in Søren Koch/Knut Einar Skodvin/Jørn Øyrehagen Sunde (eds), Comparing legal cultures.
Hardcover: 358 pages