The Regulation of Emergency Powers in France, Germany, the UK and Sweden with a Comparative, Historical and Ideological Outlook

Event date
7 May 2019
Event time
12:30 - 14:00
Oxford week
Clifford Chance Seminar Room
Dr Mark Klamberg

How are emergency powers regulated in France, Germany, the UK and Sweden? What, if any, boundaries are set by the European Convention on Human Rights? Mark Klamberg sets out to answer these questions in his paper 'Reconstructing the Notion of State of Emergency under Human Rights Law' with a comparative, historical and ideological outlook. The analytical and legal framework is applied to recent cases and phenomena, including: counterterrorism, migration and economic crises.

A sandwich lunch will be available from 12.30. The meeting will begin at 1pm.

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Comparative Law