EIT julkaisi uuden kokoelman merkittävimmästä oikeuskäytännöstään

10.9.2013 | Oikeusuutiset

Markku Fredman

Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin on julkaissut sekä painetun että sähköisen kokoelmaversion merkittävimmästä oikeuskäytännöstään.

EIT:n lehdistötiedotteesta:

The European Court of Human Rights has launched today new print and online collections of its leading case-law in order to heighten awareness of the most important cases and encourage their application at domestic level.

The print edition of the Court’s Reports of Judgments and Decisions is now being produced in cooperation with Wolf Legal Publishers (the Netherlands). The Reports contain the Court’s leading judgments and decisions which have been identified as being of the highest jurisprudential interest. The roughly 30 cases per year are presented in five to six volumes and accompanied by an index. Each case is preceded by a summary containing a case description, keywords and key notions. The first two volumes of the 2012 Reports are now available for purchase. In addition to the bilingual English-French version, separate monolingual editions will be on offer starting with the Reports 2013.

The Court has now also published online all previously printed volumes of its Reports in a new e-Reports collection which will be updated continuously and will ultimately become available under Case-Law/e-Reports. In the HUDOC database the cases selected for the Reports can be located using the “Case Reports” importance filter. Additional improvements are underway to highlight these cases in HUDOC.

Koko lehdistötiedote löytyy täältä: Press release

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