The ECJ's Relationship with Other International Courts and Tribunals

EUROPE-THE NEW LEGAL REALISM, ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF HJALTE RASMUSSEN, pp. 393-411, Karsten Hagel-Sorensen, Ulrich Haltern, Henning Koch, and Joseph Weiler, eds., Djof Publishing, December 2010

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Nikos Lavranos

European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration (EFILA)

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Date Written: December 1, 2010

Abstract

This contribution analyzes the ECJ's relationship with other international courts and tribunals, focusing on international trade law, European Human Rights,international environmental law and international investment law. The conclusion is that despite the increasing interaction between the ECJ and other international courts and tribunals, the ECJ is reluctant to give up its supreme role of final interpreter of European law and international law aspects related to it.

Keywords: ECJ, International Courts and Tribunals, Comity

Suggested Citation

Lavranos, Nikos, The ECJ's Relationship with Other International Courts and Tribunals (December 1, 2010). EUROPE-THE NEW LEGAL REALISM, ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF HJALTE RASMUSSEN, pp. 393-411, Karsten Hagel-Sorensen, Ulrich Haltern, Henning Koch, and Joseph Weiler, eds., Djof Publishing, December 2010. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1745966

Nikos Lavranos (Contact Author)

European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration (EFILA) ( email )

Brussels
Belgium

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