Hard Cases and Judicial Review: The Interpretive Delusion
In several countries, an important effort has been made by scholars to restrict judicial power through interpretive methods. Professor Fernando Simón Yarza (Oxford / Navarre) argues that taking into account the meaning of human rights, as well as the institutional position of the judges endowed with the power of judicial review, the effectiveness of such efforts faces serious objections. Response from Angelo Ryu (Barry ’21 / St John's, Oxford). Chaired by Dr Dominic Burbidge (Oxford).