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The Uneasy Relationship Between the United Kingdom and European Criminal Law. From Opt-Outs to Brexit?
(Sweet and Maxwell, 2016-07)
The Role of EU Agencies in Fighting Transnational Environmental Crime. New Challenges for Europol and Eurojust
The last decades have witnessed a growing emphasis on the relationship between environmental law and criminal law. Legislation aimed at tackling environmental crime has been adopted at national, EU, and international level ...
Surveillance and Digital Privacy in the Transatlantic ‘War on Terror’. The Case for a Global Privacy Regime
(Columbia University School of Law, 2015)
This Article examines the impact of the “War on Terror” on the right to privacy by focusing on generalized mass surveillance. It begins by analyzing and comparing the extent and limits of privacy protection in the United ...
European Criminal Law After Brexit
(Springer Verlag, 2017-05-26)
The victory for the ‘Brexit’ vote in the referendum last June has sent shockwaves around Europe. The initial shock has given way for some to the realisation of the legal and constitutional complexity of untangling the UK’s ...
Cross-Border Criminal Cooperation After Brexit
Humanising Solidarity in European Refugee Law: The Promise of Mutual Recognition
(SAGE Publications, 2017-12-13)