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The judgments of the European Court of Human Rights cannot automatically override domestic legislation or precedent. Yet domestic courts, as a matter of international legal obligation, are required to respect the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. The relationship between the two courts may be conflicting or consensual. This timely seminar will discuss the ways domestic courts and the European Court of Human Rights manage their delicate relationship, reporting for the first time the results of an ESCR-funded study on the subject.
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