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European Legal Pluralism after Kadi

  • Samantha Besson

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Relationships between international, EU, domestic law – Different legal orders – Different jurisdictions – Validity, rank, effects of international law in EU legal order – Kadi – Court of First Instance in Kadi – Advocate-General in Kadi – European Court of Justice in Kadi – Pluralism concept of AG Maduro – European legal pluralism reconsidered

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* Professor of Public International Law and European Law and co-Director of the European Law Institute, University of Fribourg (Switzerland). This article is an extensively revised version of the introductory paper I delivered on 18 April 2008 in Fribourg at the BENEFRI Conference on The Relationship between European and International Law – Old Question, New Answers?, at which some of the articles published in this issue were also presented. Many thanks to all participants, whose papers did so much to enhance the quality of the debates, and in particular to Thomas Cottier, Erika de Wet, Bruno de Witte, Helen Keller and Miguel Poiares Maduro. I would also like to thank audiences at the 3 Oct. 2008 Colloque Strasbourg-Fribourg in Strasbourg and the 21 Nov. 2008 Expert Seminar on Kadi in Amsterdam.

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