Judicial Studies Institute - JUSTIN is a research center dedicated to the study of domestic courts, international tribunals and various bodies involved in court administration. JUSTIN opened in September 2016 with the help of the ERC Starting Grant (JUDI-ARCH, 2016-2021), which focused on the ever growing role of judicial councils and other forms of judicial self-government in a globalizing legal order.
Judicial independence and accountability
Public confidence in courts and judges
Transparency and legitimacy of courts
Legislative responses to the Strasbourg case law
Citation analysis, domestic compliance with decisions of the European Court of Human Rights and UN human rights bodies
JUSTIN strives to become the globally leading hub for research on judicial self-government and its impact on law, politics and society.
Reforming the Common European Asylum System: Opportunities, Pitfalls, and Downsides of the Commission Proposals for a New Pact on Migration and Asylum, edition: Vyd. 1, year: 2022, number of pages: 21 s.
Fundamental Rights Challenges in Border Controls and Expulsion of Irregular Immigrants in the European Union Complaint Mechanisms and Access to Justice, edition: Vyd. 1 edition, year: 2020, number of pages: 19 s.