1. Introduction, Oddný Mjöll Arnardóttir and Antoine Buyse Part I: In Search of a Centre of Gravity 2. The Paradox of Human Rights Protection in Europe: Two Courts, One Goal? Xavier Groussot, Nina-Louisa Arold Lorenz and Gunnar Thor Petursson 3. The Role of the European Court of Human Rights in the Changing European Human Rights Architecture, Davíð Þór Björgvinsson 4. The European Court of Human Rights and National Courts: A Constitutional Relationship?, Geir Ulfstein 5. National Courts and Judicial Disobedience to the ECHR: A Comparative Overview, Giuseppe Martinico 6. The Advisory Jurisdiction of the ECtHR under Protocol No.16: Enhancing Domestic Implementation of Human Rights or a Symbolic Step? Björg Thorarensen Part II: European Rights and National Implementation: Rethinking the status quo 7. Flying or Landing? The Pilot Judgment Procedure in the Changing European Human Rights Architecture Antoine Buyse 8. The Court of Justice and Fundamental Rights: If Margin of Appreciation is the Solution, What is the Problem? Niamh Nic Shuibhne 9. From Flexible to Variable Standards of Judicial Review: The Responsible Domestic Courts Doctrine at the European Court of Human Rights Başak Çalı 10. Speaking the Same Language? Comparing Judicial Restraint at the ECtHR and the ECJ Oddný Mjöll Arnardóttir and Dóra Guðmundsdóttir 11. Squaring the Circe at the Battle at Brighton: Is the War between Protecting Human Rights or Respecting Sovereignty Over, or Has it Just Begun?, Andreas Follesdal
Oddný Mjöll Arnardóttir is Professor of Human Rights Law at the University of Iceland and Chairperson of its Human Rights Institute.
Antoine Buyse is Professor of Human Rights and Director of the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) at Utrecht University.