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1. Rule of Law

WG 01
  • David Lefkowitz (University of Richmond),

    Civil Liability for Civil Disobedience

  • Sofya Koval (HSE University)

    The Concept of "Pravovoe gosudarstvo" (Legal State) in Russia

  • Makoto Usami (Kyoto University),

    The Rule of Law as Opposed to the Rule of Man: Contemporary Implications of the Historical Idea

  • Aleardo Zanghellini (University of Reading),

    The Foundations of the Rule of Law

  • Hai Thanh Doan (University of Otago),

    The Rule of Law in and Beyond Times of Public Health Emergency and the Logic of the Precautionary Principle

  • Zoltán J. Tóth (Károli Gáspár University),

    Meanings of the Rule of Law: Conceptual Considerations and Core Content

  • Vladyslava Kaplina (University of Lisbon School of Law, Lisbon Public Law Research Centre),

    Rule of Law v. Rule of Code. A Tale of Two “Rules”

WG 02
  • Minna Gräns (Uppsala University),

    The Role of Legal Rules and Principles in Jerome Frank’s Theory of Legal Decision-Making

  • Michihiro Kaino (Doshisha University),

    Bentham’s Preventive Police and the Rule of Law

  • Ion Craiovan (IVR Romanian Section),

    Law-Culture Symbiosis is a Major Premise of the Rule of Law

  • Panu Minkkinen (University of Helsinki),

    Rule of Law as the Iron Cage of Neoliberalism: Some Critical Remarks

  • Michal Sopinski (University of Justice),

    Shaping Rule of Law - or Benefits of adopting New Classical Natural Law Theory Based on a Priority of Persons

  • Bogdan Cuza,

    On the Rule of Law from t stud he Perspective of Legal Ethnology

  • Mihai Badescu (Bucharest University of Economic Studies),

    Vulnerabilities of the Contemporary Rule of Law

WG 03
  • Ye Guo (Beijing Normal University),

    The Logical Construction and Unfolding of the Concept of Chinese Modernization of the Rule of Law

  • Sonia Anaid Cruz Dávila (King's College London),

    Arbitrariness v the Rule of Law: The Legal Basis of Concealed Domination?

  • Madhav Ramachandran, Andrew Tessman (New School for Social Research),

    Hegel and the Rule of Law

  • Xiaohui Sun (University of Goettingen),

    The Planning Theory and Rule of Law

  • Columbus Ogbujah (Rivers State University, Port Harcourt),

    The Rule of Law and Law of Rules: Technicalities and Justice Miscarriage in Nigeria’s Judicial System

  • Jiongnan Sun (Nanjing University),

    The Collapse of the Formal Rule of Law in Poland and the Curbing of it - Rethinking the Theory of the Rule of Law

  • Hyun Hee Kim (Institute for Legal Studies, Yonsei University),

    What Does Migrants’ Illegality Tell about the Rule of Law and Social Justice?: An Anthropological Approach to Doing and Undoing Law

  • Jeongin Ko (Yonsei University),

    Embracing Tyche amid the Fickle Rule of Law: Focusing on Martha Nussbaum’s Fragility of Goodness

WG 04
  • Isabel Novosad (Asociación PADEC)

    The Rule of Law Affected by the Use and Availability of Capital

  • Kolisis Nikolaos (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens),

    Genetic Interventions and a Society of Free and Equal Citizens

  • Artur Bogucki (Warsaw School of Economics, Centre for European Policy Studies),

    Ethical Framework for Hybrid AI Decision Support Systems Governance

  • Ponsard Regis (University of Reims Champagne Ardenne / School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (Paris)),

    Proposed Conceptualization of a ''Principle of Unpredictability'': Ideological Legal Uses of Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence Confronted with Generality, Vagueness, Exceptions and Contexts of Application in Law

  • Ramona Duminica (University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Law)

    Ensuring the Predictability and Accessibility of the Law - a Difficult Task for the Rule of Law. Romania’s Situation

  • Marco Sanchi, Marco Billi, Marianna Molinari, Marinella Quaranta and Ilaria Angela Amantea (University of Pisa, University of Bologna, University of Turin)

    Challenges and Opportunities in Legal Drafting through Large Language Model

  • Arthur Cristóvão Prado (Universidade de São Paulo),

    Public Lawyering Under the Rule of Law: loyalty to the Administration and Fidelity to Law in Public Sector Legal Ethics

WG 05
  • Teresa Chirkowska-Smolak (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań)

    Challenging the Rule of Law: Stress and Burnout in the Polish Judiciary During Constitutional Crisis

  • Stuart Lakin (University of Reading)

    The Rule of Law and Disagreement

  • Fumihiko Ishiyama (Chuo University)

    Globalization and the Duty to Obey the Law

  • Gabriel Terenzi, Fernando de Brito Alves (UENP)

    Procedural Justice and Teleological Approach to the Rule of Law

  • Dunja Duic, Paula Poretti (Faculty of Law Osijek, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek)

    Rule of Law in Croatia – Better Late than Sorry

  • Katarína Šipulová, Lukáš Hamřík, Etienne Hanelt, Hubert Smekal (Masaryk University, University of Oxford, Maynooth University)

    Deciding, Using, Sanctioning: Insights into the European Commission’s Rule of Law Toolbox

  • Johan Hagelin (Uppsala University),

    How can the Principle of Legality be Upheld in Tax Law?

  • Giulia Meo (Uppsala University)

    Emergency, Suspension and Necessity

2. Law and Rights

WG 06
  • Şule Şahi̇n Ceylan (Marmara University)

    An Anthropology of Natural Rights

  • Cristina Piga (Jagiellonian University)

    Beyond “Western" Thought: A Religious Perspective on the Conceptualisation of Human Rights

  • Yumi Fujimaki (Waseda University)

    Can the Moral Right to Civil Disobedience be Defended?

  • Marina Davydova (Volgograd State University)

    Regulatory Sandbox as an example of Experimental Legal Regulation (Russian experience)

  • Kumie Hattori (Kyoto University)

    Positivist Theory of Human Rights: Explaining Violations

  • Ioannis Katsaroumpas and Maria Kotsoni (University of Sussex, European University Institute)

    The 2022 Amendment to the 1998 ILO Declaration: A Constitutional Amendment Perspective

  • Adelheid van Luipen (Maastricht University)

    New Materialism and Rights for Nature: Rights for the River Maas?

  • Marco Benedetti (Università di Pisa)

    Linguistic Minority Rights in Political Chambers in Light of Natural Law Principles: A Comparative Analysis of Spanish and Italian Parliamentary Systems

  • Shiying Li (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

    Individuals, Norms, and the Basic Structure

WG 07
  • Celia Filipa Ferreira Matias (University of Macau, Faculty of Law)

    Principles and Counterprinciples in Copyright Law

  • Won Kyung Chang (Ewha Womans University)

    The Meaning and Role of Law in Korean society: An Analysis of the Revision Process of the “Act on Prevention and Measures of School Violence”

  • Kosuke Kiyama (University of Tsukuba Japan)

    The Human Right to Health: Delineating its Requirements

  • Javier Ortiz (Higher Electoral Court)

    The Temporary Injunction of Laws Issued by the Mexican Supreme Court in the Face of the So-called Abusive Constitutionalism

  • Yuu Matsuno (Chiba University)

    Does the Theory of Rights Forfeiture Justify Punishment?

  • Sandra Montoya (Instituto Latinoamericano de Altos Estudios ILAE)

    The Stigma “Human Rights Violator”: Facing The 21 st Century”

  • Taisa Maria Macena De Lima and Maria De Fátima Freire De Sá (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais),

    Therapeutic Refusal by Elderly People

  • Sergio Ruiz Díaz Arce (University of Minho),

    The Use of Topics in the Jurisprudence on Children's Rights of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights

WG 08
  • Agnieszka Nogal (University of Warsaw),

    Various Models of Justifying Human Dignity in the Term of Practical Rationality

  • Chea Yun Jung (POSTECH)

    Reimagining Modern Subjects and Rights in the Anthropocene

  • Marco Antônio Preis (Court of Justice of the State of Rio Grande do Sul)

    The Place of Fundamental Duties in Constitutionalism

  • Pablo Scotto (University of Barcelona)

    Historicising the Subject of Rights. The Dignity of the Human Person Between the Individual and the Community

  • Filip Gołębiewski (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń)

    Freedom of expression in COVID-19 pandemic times. Case of Poland

  • İsmail Cevher Elgin (Ankara University Faculty of Law, Department of Philosophy and Sociology of Law)

    The Right to Have Rights as a Precondition for Human Rights

  • Lara Zorn (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg)

    Evolving Human Rights. The Change in the Understanding and Purpose of Human Rights within the System of the European Convention on Human Rights

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