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The Redress of Law – A rejoinder – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 August 2023

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The Author would like to clarify a statement made in the above article. On page 220, footnote 4 is corrected to:

As the reader would have realised, I am referring to the interventions by Steininger, Nicola and Golia published in this issue, namely S Steininger, ‘Where is the l(ove)? Excavating law and labour in The Redress of Law’, FG Nicola, ‘Failures of comparability in global governance: Exploring the practical dimension of the redress of law’ and A Golia, ‘ ‘A Few Practical Things’: The Redress of Law and the Irritation of (Critical) Constitutional Theory.’

The article has been updated to reflect this.


Christodoulidis, E. (2023). The Redress of Law – A rejoinder. European Law Open, 2(1), 219232. doi: 10.1017/elo.2023.21 CrossRefGoogle Scholar