Completed project: public relations work for the Federal Government; period: March 1997 to 2002; participant: Prof. Dr J. Kokott: gave an opinion on behalf of the Federal Government in the proceedings relating to the complaint of unconstitutionality by the Association for the Promotion of Knowledge of Human Psychology, (VPM), Zürich, inter alia against the decision of the OVG NW (Higher Administrative Court of North-Rhine Westphalia) of 15 May 1996 (‑ 5 B 168/94 ‑)
VII. Regular lectures given in St Gallen
European and International Business Law
Law of International Organisations
Comparative Constitutional and Administrative Law
European Constitutional Law Network (ECLN)
Recent Developments Editor, New York University School of Law, I·CON: The International Journal of Constitutional Law
Associate Member of the International Academy for Constitutional Law, Tunis; President of the "Association des Anciens Auditeurs de l'Académie internationale de droit constitutionnel", Tunis
International Association for Constitutional Law/IACL
Member and Rapporteur of the Committee on Diplomatic Protection of Persons and Property of the International Law Association
Management Committee of the Institute for Business and Ecology (IWÖ-HSG) at the University of St Gallen
Informatics Management Team at the University of St Gallen
Heidelberg University Society
Association of the Friends of Heidelberg University
German Society of International Law
American Society of International Law
German Society for Foreign Policy
German–Israeli Lawyers' Association
Association of German Teachers of Constitutional Law
Harvard Law School Association
St Gallen, 12 June 2003
CURRICULUM VITAE Luís Miguel Poiares Pessoa Maduro
Personal details Date of Birth: 03/01/67; Marital status: single; Identity card: No 7921473 issued on 29/06/89 in Lisbon; Place of Birth: Sé Nova, Coimbra, Portugal; Nationality: Portuguese
Qualifications 1996: Doctorate in Law from the European University Institute (with Distinction)
1990: Degree in Law from the Law Faculty, University of Lisbon (final mark 14 points).
1985: Completion of twelfth year of Secondary School No 2, Figueira da Foz.
Academic and professional activities Assistant Professor, Law Faculty, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Visiting Professor, College of Europe (Natolin)
Visiting Professor, Instituto Ortega y Gasset (Madrid)
Visiting Professor, Institute of European Studies, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Visiting Professor, Institute of European Studies, Macao
Co-Director of the Academy of International Trade Law
1998 US-EU Fulbright Visiting Research Scholar at Harvard Law School
1997 Visiting Professor, European Masters in Human Rights (Padua/Venice, Italy)
1997-99: Professor at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa and Director of the Centre for European Law Studies and Economics
1996-97: Research fellow, European University Institute, Florence
1995-96: Research assistant, European University Institute
1991-94: Researcher, European University Institute, Florence, participating in the Doctorate in Law programme. Recipient of a scholarship from the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs between 1991 and 1993 and from the European University Institute to date.
August- Research programme, University of Wisconsin, Madison (USA), with an
December 1992: additional scholarship from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Mentors: Professors William Whitford and Neil Komesar.
June/July 1992: Attended Academy of European Law, Florence.
1990-1991: Trainer Lawyer at Relógio, Rocha e Simoes Law Firm.
Prizes 1998: Obiettivo Europa: for the best PhD Thesis at the EUI
1997: Row and Maw Prize (awarded to the member of the EUI law department who "made the most significant contribution to the department in terms of academic excellence, advancement of learning or service to the community") 1997: EU-US Fulbright Scholar
Other academic positions Editor of the European Law Journal Co-editor of the series Studies in European Law and Integration, Hart Publishing
Member of the Editorial Board of Themis, Law Journal of the Law Faculty,
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Business Law Education Member of the Advisory Board of the Law & Society Review Coordinator of the Internet and Law programme, Law Faculty, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Referee for the Revista Análise Social
Adviser to the UK Government (Convention on the Future of Europe and IGC 2004)
Publications Books EU Law, co-author with Damian Chalmers, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2004.
A ConstituiçãoPlural, Principia, Lisbon, forthcoming 2003.
Power, People and Politics: The Constitutional Challenge in Europe and the United States (co-editor with Daniel Harlberstam), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2003.
Co-Editor with Joseph H H Weiler, Special Book Review Issue of the European Law
We The Court – The European Court of Justice and the European Economic Constitution,
Oxford, Hart Publishing, 1998.
Articles and contributions to collective works 1 Europe and the Constitution: As Good As It Gets, in Marlene Wind and Joseph Weiler (eds), Beyond State Constitutionalism: A Festschrift for European Constitutionalism, forthcoming, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003.
Contrapunctual Law: Europe's Constitutional Pluralism in Action, in Neil Walker (ed.),
Sovereignty in Transition, Oxford, Hart Publishing, forthcoming 2003.
Political Social Europeia e Mercado Comum: Causa ou Consequência? forthcoming,
Revista de Direito Público e da Economia, 2003.
The Double Constitutional Life of the Charter, in Eriksen, Fossum and Menendez, The European Charter of Fundamental Rights, Nomos, Baden-Baden, forthcoming 2003. To be published also in Tainara Hervey and Jeff Kenner (eds.), Economic and Social Rights under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, Hart Publishing, Oxford, forthcoming 2003.
Sovereignty in Europe ‑ The European Court of Justice and the Construction of a European Political Community, in John Stack and Mary Volcansek (eds.), Courts Crossing Borders, Praeger Publishers, forthcoming 2003.
"Las Formas del Poder Europeo: El Constitucionalismo Plural de la Unión Europea",
Revista Española de Derecho Constitucional, forthcoming 2003.
Is There Europe for a Constitution? A Comment on Weiler's A Constitution for Europe: Some Hard Choices, in Special Issue Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Journal of Common Market Studies, 2003.
"União Europeia: Escolhas e Consequências", Política Internacional, No 26, 2002, p. 65.
"Harmony and Dissonance in Free Movement", Cambridge Yearbook of European Law, Vol. 4, 2002, 315. Also published in Andenas and Roth (Eds), The Provision of Services in the EU, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2002.
The Constitution of the Global Market, in F. Snyder (ed.), The International and Regional
Regulation of Trade, Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2002.
The Constitutional Question, in European Tribune: 27 Thoughts on the Future of Europe from the Spanish Presidency website, Comité Organizador da Presidência Española de la Unión Europea (trilingual edition: English, French and Spanish).
"Europa: O momento constituinte", Brotéria, vol. 154, No 1, 2002, p. 57. Also published in Spanish as: "Europa: El momento constituyente", Revista de Occidente, No 249, 2002, p. 73.
"International Trade and Constitutionalism: Friends or Enemies?", Nação e Defesa, No 97, 2001, p. 27.
"O Superavit Democrático Europeu", Análise Social, No 158-159, 2001, p.119.
Is There Any Such Thing as Free or Fair Trade? A Constitutional Analysis of the Impact of International Trade on the European Social Model, in de Burca and Scott (eds.), The EU and the WTO - Legal and Constitutional Issues, Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2001.
Europe's Social Self: The Sickness Unto Death?, in J. Shaw (ed.), Social Law and Policy in an Evolving European Union, Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2000.
The Scope of European Remedies: The Case of Reverse Discrimination and Purely
Internal Situations, in Kilpatrick, Novitz and Skidmore (eds.) The Future of Remedies in
Europe, Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2000.
Never on a Sunday - What Has (EU) Law To Do With It?, in Sciarra (ed.) Labour Law
A Crise Existencial do Constitucionalismo Europeu, in Estudos em Homenagem de
Francisco Lucas Pires, Autónoma Editora, Lisboa, 1999.
Striking the Elusive Balance Between Economic Freedom and Social Rights in the European Union, in Alston, Cassese, Lalumière, Leuprecht (orgs.), "An EU Human Rights Agenda for the New Millennium",
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1999 (also to be published in French by Bruylant).
T'he Heterenonyms of European Law, 3 European Law Journal 1999 (Special Book
Review Issue), 160.
"The Saga of Article 30: To be Continued - A Comment on Familia Press and Other
Recent Episodes", 3 MJECL 1998, p. 298.
"Reforming the Market or the State? Article 30 and the European Constitution: Economic
Freedom and Political Rights", European Law Journal, 1997–1, p. 51.
"Regulatory Reform in the European Union: A view from the European Court of Justice", co-author with Jerónimo Maillo, CD Rom of the "Fourth Biennial International Conference" of the "European Community Studies Association", 11 to 14 May, Charleston, South Carolina.
"Keck: The end? The beginning of the end? Or just the end of the beginning", 1 (1994)
Irish Journal of European Law, 30–43.
"Problemas da Concertação Social", Revista Jurídica, No l 5, Jan/Jun, 1991, p. 9.
"O Direito à Segurança no Emprego", co-author with Margarida Cabral, Revista Jurídica,
No 15, Jan/Jun, p. 49.
Author of a number of reviews (not listed here).
Author of short newspaper articles and editorials (not listed here).
Working Papers Europe and the Constitution: What If This Is As Good As It Gets?, European
Constitutionalism Working Papers (ConWeb) No 5/2000.
Europe's Social Self: The Sickness Unto Death?, European Constitutionalism Working
Papers (ConWeb) No 2/2000.
A Crise Existencial do Constitucionalismo Europeu, Working Paper 2/99 of the Law Faculty, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
We Still Have Not Found What We Have Been Looking For: The Balance Between Economic Freedom and Social Rights in the European Union, Working Paper 4/99 of the Law Faculty, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
Research Projects (participation and/or coordination) European Network of Constitutional Scholars
Constitutionalising European Governance
Evolve (International Project on the Evolving Norms of Constitutionalism)
Constitucionalismo: Paradigmas em Mudança
Multi-level Constitutionalism. Transatlantic Perspectives
Jurist: European Law Internet Portal
1997: Member of the research project "An EU Human Rights Agenda for the New Millennium" headed by a Comité des Sages comprising Antonio Cassese (President of the International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia), Catherine Lalumière, MEP and former Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Peter Leuprecht, former Deputy Secretary General of the Council of Europe with responsibility for human rights issues.
1995: Member of the research project "The European Court of Justice and National Courts in the Construction of European Social Policy", headed by Silvana Sciarra, European University Institute, Florence.
Pedagogical activities Lecturing:
Community law I and II: International Public Law, International Commercial Law (co-lecturing) and Economic Analysis of Law at the Law Faculty, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Coordinator of the courses Informatics Law and Informatics for Lawyers.
Community Law and International Institutions at the Economics Faculty, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
Community Law at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
Constitutional Law of the European Union, College of Europe.
Derecho de la Integración Económica, Instituto Ortega y Gasset (Madrid).
Law of the European Union, Institute of European Studies, Macao.
Economic Law III, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa.
Thesis supervision Supervisor for eight Masters theses at the College of Europe.
Supervisor for a thesis for the European Masters on Human Rights and Democratisation.
Supervisor for six theses for the Masters in European Studies at the Institute of European Studies, Macao.
Supervisor for five Masters theses at the Institute of European Studies, Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Participation in doctoral examining boards University of London, Kings College.
Most relevant participation in seminars and colloquia 1: 2002: College of Europe; New York University School of Law; University of Saragossa; Instituto de Empresa (Madrid); University of Leiden; Dubrovnik Academy of Human Rights; Council of Europe (Strasbourg); Manchester University School of Law; University of Coimbra; University of Ljubliana; University of Múrcia; Instituto Ortega y Gasset (Madrid); Nottingham University; Hong Kong University.
2001: Oxford University; University of Michigan; Madison Law School; Instituto Orgeta y Gasset (Madrid); Max-Planck Projekt Gruppe (Bonn); European University Institute (Florence); Dubrovnik Academy of Human Rights; Instituto de Empresa (Madrid); Assembly of the Republic (Portugal); University of Leeds.
2000: German Association of Comparative Public Law (Freiburg); Instituto Orgeta y Gasset (Madrid), STPL (University of Manchester), EUI (Florence), Kings College (London), University of Coimbra, Universidade Católica Portuguesa.
1999: Law & Society Association, Chicago, June; Conference on International Trade and Regional Integration, Macao; International Law Days (organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Portugal); Lectures at the Law Faculty, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1998: The Society of Public Teachers of Law, Manchester, 8-11 September 1998; Lecture at Florida International University, 10 April 1998; Lecture at the Conference EU and Human Rights - An Agenda for the Year 2000, Brussels, European Parliament, 27‑29 May; Lecture at the European Day Celebration in Macao, 9 May; Lecture at the Conference "Rethinking Constitutionalism in the European Union", Copenhagen.
1997: EUI (Florence).
1995: Fourth Biennial International Conference of the "European Community Studies
Association", 11-14 May, Charleston, South Carolina.
1994: EUI, Florence.
1993: "Colloquium on Legal Theory and the European Union", University of Edinburgh.
CURRICULUM VITAE OF DÁMASO RUIZ-JARABO COLOMER Born in Madrid on 20 June 1950.
ACADEMIC BACKGROUND In June 1966 he completed his secondary schooling, obtaining a special Higher School Leaving Certificate prize from the university district of Madrid, with a distinction in the higher level final examination and with distinctions in 34 subjects.
In June 1971 he completed his law degree studies at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with distinctions in the subjects of natural law, Roman law, the history of law, political law, political economics, criminal law, international public law, government finance, administrative law, labour law and business law.
In 1972 he passed the additional examinations for a Bachelor's Degree in Law with the top mark of "outstanding", and obtained the prize of the Blanco Ramírez Foundation for Law Graduates.
In the same year, 1972, he completed his studies for a diploma in social services from the Madrid Social Services School, obtaining the mark of "outstanding" in the subjects of political and administration organisation of the Spanish State, introduction to the study of law, labour law, social problems of Spanish development, social security, Spanish trade union organisation, labour law procedure and health and safety at work. He presented his thesis on "El recurso en interés de la ley del derecho procesal laboral" (appeals against judgments of the central labour law tribunal), which also obtained the maximum mark of "outstanding".
In 1976 he completed the course for the Doctorate in Law, with the maximum grade of "outstanding" in all subjects.
He assisted Professor García de Enterría in the teaching of administrative law in the Faculty of Law of the Universidad Complutense during the 1977-1978 academic year and the following years.
In 1979 he obtained the European Communities diploma awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In May 1979, he was awarded a scholarship by the Spanish School of Diplomacy to attend a colloquium on the accession of Spain to the European Communities organised by the Free University of Brussels and the Catholic University of Leuven.
In April 1982 he attended the first seminar on European Community law organised by the General Council of the Judiciary.
In April 1982, he was awarded a scholarship by the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo in Santander and took part in the course on "Bases filosóficas, antropológicas y psicológicas sobre el amor" (Philosophical, anthropological and psychological theories on love).
In 1982 he was also appointed professor of criminal law I and II in the Faculty of Law at the Centre for University Studies, Colegio Universitario Luis Vives, which comes under the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, where he lectured during the 1982‑1983, 1983‑1984 and 1984‑1985 academic years.
In September 1982, as a lecturer under contract to the School for the Judiciary, he gave a series of lectures on criminal law procedure on the XXVIIth course for the profession of judge.
In November and December 1982 he carried out studies at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, in the Directorate for Legal Affairs and at the Court of Human Rights.
In September 1983 he was appointed professor of criminal law procedure at the School of Legal Practice of the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, teaching there during the 1983‑1984, 1984‑1985, 1985-1986 and 1986-1987 academic years.
On 10 October 1983 he was appointed by the Ministry of Justice to attend, as the Ministry's representative, the European colloquium on "Compensation for the victims of acts of violence", organised by the non-profit making body "Aide et Reclassement", held in the town of Huy (Belgium) from 14 to 17 October that year.
In May and June 1984 he carried out studies at the legal service of the Commission of the European Communities in Brussels.
In July and August 1985 he carried out studies and research at the Court of Justice of the European Communities, working on the topics of European Community law and criminal law.
On 18 and 19 April 1986 he attended the seminar "Spain in Europe", organised by the "Casa de España" in New York, and lectured on "The legal consequences of the accession of Spain to the European Communities".
In the academic year 1993-1994 he taught judicial application of Community law on the course for the higher diploma in Community studies at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
In the academic year 1993-1994 he also taught a Doctorate course in the Department of Administrative Law of the Universidad Complutense, with Professor García de Enterría.
In April 1994 he attended the first democratic multiracial elections in the Republic of South Africa as a United Nations observer.
Since 1997 he has been a member of the advisory board of the Revista de Derecho Comunitario Europeo, published by the Centre for Constitutional Studies.
He has been on the editorial board of the journal Gaceta Jurídica de la Unión Europea y de la Competencia since 1999.
He has been a member of the editorial board of the Revista Española de Derecho Europeo (Civitas) since issue No 1, January/March 2002.
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LEGAL CAREER In May 1975 he passed the competitive examination to the School for the Judiciary, for the profession of judge, where he has been active without interruption since 18 September 1975.
In April 1976 he was appointed Judge of the Court of First Instance and Examining Judge in Arenas de San Pedro (Ávila), performing the same role, in extension of his jurisdiction, in Talavera de la Reina (Toledo).
In April 1978 he was appointed Judge of the Court of First Instance and Examining Judge in Navalcarnero (Madrid), performing the same role in extension of his jurisdiction in San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid).
In September 1980 he was appointed Judge of the Court of First Instance and Examining Judge in Tarancón (Cuenca).
In March 1981 he was promoted to the category of Magistrate and appointed Examining Magistrate‑Judge No 2 in San Sebastian, also acting as a replacement for Examining Judges Nos 1 and 3 and Judges of the Court of First Instance Nos 1 and 2 in that city.
In September 1981 he was appointed Examining Magistrate-Judge No 17 in Madrid.
On 14 September1983 he was appointed as a Magistrate by the governing body of the General Council of the Judiciary, as a result of the open competition announced in the Official Journal of the State on 26 July 1983, and designated Deputy Head of the Institutional Relations Service.
In January 1983 he was appointed by the Ministry of Justice as an expert representing Spain at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, on the Committee of Experts on Victims in Social and Criminal Policy.
On 10 and 11 June 1985 he took part, with the delegation of senior Spanish magistrates, presided over by the President of the Supreme Court and of the General Council of the Judiciary, in the study trip to the Court of Justice of the European Communities in Luxembourg.
From 4 to 14 December 1985 he attended, as the representative of the Ministry of Justice of Spain, the conference in Luxembourg on the preparation of the Convention and Protocols on Community patents.
In March 1986 he was appointed by the governing body of the General Council of the Judiciary as a member of the examining commission for the open competition to fill vacancies for magistrates, convened by order of the Ministry of Justice on 7 February 1986.
On 27 February 1987 he was appointed legal secretary at the Court of Justice of the European Communities.
In July 1988 he was appointed Director of the private office of the President of the General Council of the Judiciary, a post in which he was established in November 1990.
In September 1992 he attended, as a Spanish expert, the second meeting of Presidents of Supreme Courts of Justice of the southern cone of America, held in Sucre (Bolivia).
On 20 November 1992, by agreement with the Council of Ministers, he was appointed ad hoc judge of the European Court of Human Rights, for the Ruiz-Mateos case.
On 1 January 1995, by joint agreement of the Governments of the Member States, he was appointed Advocate-General to the Court of Justice of the European Communities, and was re-appointed by a decision of the representatives of the Governments of the Member States on 27 May 1997.
By agreement of the governing body of the General Council of the Judiciary on 20 November 1996, he was appointed Magistrate at the Third Chamber of the Supreme Court, with special status for the duration of his duties as Advocate-General at the Court of Justice of the European Communities.
Since 6 October 2000 he has been First Advocate-General at the Court of Justice of the European Communities.
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He has given numerous LECTURES, and directed and organised LEGAL COURSES, especially on European Community law and administrative law, at various institutions such as the Centre for University Studies (CEU) in Madrid, the University of Santiago de Compostela, the School of Diplomacy, the European Union of Lawyers, the Colegio Mayor Universitario San Pablo de Madrid, the Navarra Legal Council, the Polytechnic University of Madrid, the School for the Judiciary, the Mirna Mach Foundation in Guatamala, the Atheneum of Mahón (Menorca), the Generalidad de Cataluña and the Patronato Catalán Pro Europa de Barcelona, the University of Alcalá de Henares, the Murcia School of Legal Practice, the School of Public Finance of the Ministry of the Economy and Finances, the School of Legal Practice of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, the Centre for Higher Studies of Alicante, the University of Granada, the Free University of Brussels, the Bar Associations of Madrid, La Coruña, Zaragoza, Lille and Oporto, the Civil Engineering College, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Martinique, the University of Nanterre (Paris), the Escuela Libre de Derecho y Economía de Madrid, the University of La Laguna de Tenerife, the University of Extremadura, the Madrid Centre for Constitutional Studies, and the Court of Justice of the Cartagena Agreement in Bogotá, Barquisimeto and Margarita.
He also took part in courses on Community law organised by the General Council of the Judiciary in Granada, Burgos, Madrid, Valencia, Zaragoza, Barcelona, Sevilla, Albacete, Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife; the Community law courses given by the ICADE (Catholic Institute for Senior business management) and the CEOE (Employers' Federation), and the seminars of the IESE (Institute for Advanced Business Studies) in Madrid; in the master's degree courses in European Community law at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and the Universidad Complutense de Madrid; and in the summer courses at the Universidad Complutense de El Escorial and the Universidad Menéndez Pelayo in Santander, Comunidad Autónoma de Madrid, the French National Magistrates' School, the University of Deusto, the University of Castilla‑La Mancha in Toledo, the Universidad Pompeu i Fabra, the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, the University of Buenos Aires, the Universidad Ramón Llull-ESADE in Barcelona, etc.
The topics most frequently covered at these lectures include European Community law, the Court of Justice of the European Communities, the question of preliminary rulings, the administrative law of the Community, the role of national judges in connection with the implementation of Community law, competition law, anti-dumping measures and subsidies, and human rights in the Community.
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Knowledge of LANGUAGES:
Fluent in French and English.
He holds the diploma in French Studies of the University of Poitiers. He passed examinations in French at four levels at the Official School of Languages in Madrid. He has successfully completed various courses of English at the British Institute and University of Southern California. He has obtained the University of Cambridge First Certificate.
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His PUBLICATIONS include:
– reviews in the Revista de Administración Pública, the Revista Española de Derecho Administrativo and in Poder Judicial, where he also covered information on cases of the European Court of Human Rights from 1990 to 1994.
– a study on "La Comunidad de bienes meubles y adquisiciones" (Co-ownership of personal property and acquisitions) in the 1975 Yearbook of the School for the Judiciary, pp. 185 to 209.
– an article entitled "El derecho del inculpado a no declarar y a no decir la verdad" (The right of the accused not to testify and not to tell the truth) in the journal Poder Judicial, No 6, March 1983, pp. 27 et seq.
– an article on "Turismo y medio ambiente: el delito ecológico introducido en la reforma del Código Penal" (Tourism and the environment: the introduction of crimes against the environment in the reform of the criminal code), in the review Estudios Turísticos, No 79, autumn 1983, pp. 55 et seq.;
– an article on "La prisión provisional en la doctrina de Tribunal Europeo de Estrasburgo" (Provisional detention in the doctrine of the European Court in Strasbourg), in the review Poder Judicial, No 10, March 1984, pp. 150 et seq.;
– an article entitled "La protección del turista víctima de un delito de violencia" (The protection of tourists who have been victims of violent crimes) in the review Estudios Turísticos, No 81, spring 1984, pp. 45 et seq.;
– a study entitled "Estudio de la jurisprudencia del Tribunal de Justicia de las Comunidades Europeas" (A study of the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Communities) published in the volume "Iniciación al estudio del derecho comunitario europeo", published by the General Council of the Judiciary, Madrid 1984, pp. 183 to 250;
– an article entitled "La primacía del derecho comunitario europeo" (The primacy of European Community Law) in the review Noticias CEE, No 12, January 1986, pp. 97 et seq.;
– an article entitled "El proceso prejudicial del artículo 177 del Tratado CEE" (The procedure for preliminary rulings in Article 177 of the EEC Treaty), published in the review Actualidad Administrativa, No 20, May 1986, pp. 1137 et seq., and in No 21, May 1986, pp. 1185 et seq.;
– an article on "Los métodos de interpretación del Tribunal de Justicia de la Comunidades Europeas" (The methods of interpretation of the Court of Justice of the European Communities) published in the Revista General de Derecho, No 499, April 1986, pp. 1407 et seq.;
– an article on "La labor del Tribunal de Justicia en la construcción del derecho comunitaria europeo" (The work of the Court of Justice in the construction of European Community law) published in Noticias CEE, No 25, February 1987, pp. 49 et seq.;
– an article entitled "Normativa reciente sobre la libre circulación de capitales en la CEE" (Recent rules on the free movement of capital in the EEC), published in Actualidad Administrativa, No 15, April 1987, pp. 841 et seq., and No 16, April 1987, pp. 905 et seq.;
– an article on "La aplicación en España del Convenio de Bruselas de 27 de septiembre de 1968 y los criterios de competencia judicial internacional en materia civil" (The application in Spain of the Brussels Convention of 27 September 1968 and the criteria for international legal jurisdiction in civil matters), published in Noticias CEE, No 41, June 1988, pp. 37 et seq.;
– an article on "La primacía del derecho comunitario europeo" (The primacy of European Community law), published in Revista General de Derecho, No 526-527, July‑August 1988, pp. 4497 et seq.;
– a study on "Los derechos humanos en la jurisprudencia del Tribunal de Justicia de la Comunidades Europeas" (Human rights in the decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Communities), published in special number VI of the review Poder Judicial, October 1989, pp. 159 to 177;
– a study on "El Tribunal de Justicia de las Comunidades Europeas" (The Court of Justice of the European Communities) published in the book "Estudios de Derecho Comunitario Europeo" (Studies on European Community law) published by the General Council of the Judiciary, November 1989, pp. 39 to 122;
– an article on "Prisiones privadas" (Private prisons) in the review Jueces para la Democracia, No 8, December 1989, pp. 40 et seq.;
– an article entitled "Técnica jurídica de protección de los derechos humanos en la Comunidad Europea" (Legal techniques for safeguarding human rights in the European Community) in the Revista de Instituciones Europeas, volume 19, No 1, January‑April 1990, pp. 151 to 184;
– an article entitled "La aplicación del derecho comunitario europeo por los órganos jurisdiccionales españoles" (The implementation of European Community law by Spanish jurisdictional bodies) in the review Gaceta Jurídica de la CEE, No 86, D-13, 1990, pp. 11 to 49;
– a study entitled "Las medidas antidumping de la Comunidad Económica Europea" (The anti-dumping measures of the European Economic Community) published in the Revista General de Derecho, No 576, September 1992, pp. 8653 to 8700;
– a study on "Las fuentes del derecho comunitario" (The sources of Community law) in the book "Derecho social comunitario" in Cuadernos de Derecho Judicial No XXIV, published by the General Council of the Judiciary, Madrid, 1992;
in 1993 he published the book "El juez nacional como juez comunitario" (National judges as Community judges) in the collection Cuadernos de Estudios Europeos of the publishers Civitas;
– a study on "Los órganos de protección de los derechos humanos en el Consejo de Europa" (The organs for safeguarding human rights in the Council of Europe) in the book "La jurisprudencia del Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos" in Cuadernos de Derecho Judicial No XI, published by the General Council of the Judiciary, Madrid, 1993;
– a study on "El derecho de la competencia en la Comunidad Europea” (Competition law in the European Community), in the book "Derecho comunitario. Presente y perspectivas", in Cuadernos de Derecho Judicial No XXXII, published by the General Council of the Judiciary, Madrid, 1995;
– a study entitled "Cuestiones prejudiciales planteadas en relación con el derecho administrativo" (Referrals for preliminary ruling relating to Community law), in the book "Implicaciones que en el orden contencioso-administrativo produce la integración en la Unión Europea", in Cuadernos de Derecho Judicial No XXI, published by the General Council of the Judiciary, Madrid, 1996;
– a study on "El papel del juez nacional en la aplicación del derecho comunitario" (The role of the national court in implementing Community law), in Cuadernos Europeos de Deusto No 16/1997, published by the Instituto de Estudios Europeos of the University of Deusto;
– an article written jointly with Manuel López Escudero entitled: "La jurisprudencia del Tribunal de Justicia sobre la admisibilidad de las cuestiones prejudiciales" (Court of Justice case‑law on the admissibility of referrals for preliminary rulings), published in the review Poder Judicial No 47, third quarter of 1997, Madrid, 1997;
– a text entitled: "La cooperación entre el Tribunal de Justicia y los jueces nacionales: límites del procedimiento prejudicial" (Cooperation between the Court of Justice and national courts: limits of the preliminary ruling procedure), in volume II (Diritto dell'Unione Europea) of the book "Scritti in onore di Giuseppe Federico Mancini", published by the Seminario Giuridico della Università di Bologna, Milan, 1998;
– chapter III, "Líneas generales de la jurisprudencia del Tribunal de Justicia de las Comunidades Europeas en materia contencioso-administrativa" (Broad lines of the case‑law of the Court of Justice of the European Communities on Contentious Administrative Proceedings), of the first part of the book "Jurisdicción contencioso-administrativa (Comentarios a la Ley 29/1998, de 13 de julio, Reguladora de la Jurisdicción Contencioso‑Administrativa", supervised by Enrique Arnaldo Alcubilla and Rafael Fernández Valverde, and published by El Consultor de los Ayuntamientos y de los Juzgados, Madrid, 1998;
– a text written jointly with Bernardino Correa on "La protección de los derechos humanos por
el Tribunal de Justicia de las Comunidades Europeas" (Safeguarding of human rights by the Court of Justice of the European Communities), in the book "Derechos humanos del migrante, de la mujer en el Islám, de injerencia internacional y complejidad del sujeto", edited by Antonio Marzal, published by ESADE Facultad de Derecho and J.M. Bosch Editor, Barcelona, 1999;
– an article entitled: "La protección de los derechos de los ciudadanos. Jurisprudencia reciente del Tribunal de Justicia” (Safeguarding citizens' rights, recent case‑law of the Court of Justice), in the book "Les nouveaux droits de l'homme en Europe", a compilation of the statements made at the XIth Congress of the Union of European Lawyers in Palma de Mallorca on 29, 30 and 31May 1997, published by Ed. Bruylant, Brussels, 1999, pp. 145 et seq.;
– a text written jointly with Manuel López Escudero on "L'institution de l'avocat général à la Cour de justice des Communautés européennes" (The institution of Advocate-General at the Court of Justice of the European Communities), in the book "Mélanges en hommage à Fernand Schockweiler", Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Baden-Baden, 1999;
– an article on "El Tribunal de Justicia y el Tratado de Niza" (the Court of Justice and the Treaty of Nice) for the Gaceta Jurídica de la Unión Europea y de la Competencia No 212, covering the months of March and April 2001, pp. 4 to 11;
– cooperation on the book "Estudos em homenagem a Cunha Rodrigues", with a study on "El principio de no discriminación por razón de sexo en la jurisprudencia del Tribunal de Justicia de las Comunidades Europeas" (The principle of non-discrimination on the basis of gender in the case‑law of the Court of Justice of the European Communities), published by Coimbra Editora, 2 volumes, Coimbra 2001, pp. 1129 to 1155 of volume II;
– an article on: "La réforme de la Cour de justice opérée par le traité de Nice et sa mise en oeuvre future" (The reform of the Court of Justice effected by the Treaty of Nice and its future implementation), published in the "Revue trimestrielle de droit européen", October‑December 2001;
– an article on: "La reforma de la arquitectura judicial europea: un templo del Grial falto de inspiración" (Reform of the European Judicial Architecture: a Temple of the Grail lacking inspiration), published in the review Cuadernos de Derecho Público No 13, May‑August 2001, pp. 125 to 151, by the Instituto Nacional de Administración Pública;
– co-author of the collective book "Tratado de Niza. Análisis, comentarios y texto"(Treaty of Nice. Analysis, comments and text), of which he wrote Chapter 4 entitled: "La reforma del Tribunal de Justicia realizada por el Tratado de Niza y su posterior desarrollo" (The reform of the Court of Justice effected by the Treaty of Nice and its subsequent implementation), pp. 83 to 104, Ed. Colex, Madrid, 2002;
– participation in the collective work "La encrucijada constitucional de la Unión Europea", coordinated by by Eduardo García de Enterría, with a text entitled: "La articulación de los tribunales de la Unión Europea y de la estructura judicial de los Estados miembros" (Links between the European Union courts and Member States' legal structures), pp. 509 et seq., Ed. Civitas and Colegio Libre de Eméritos, Madrid, 2002.
Luxembourg, 8 April 2003.
* Alle vermeldingen in de oorspronkelijke taal/All items mentioned in their original language.
1Only articles already accepted for publication are listed as forthcoming. Short reviews have not been included.
1 This list is not exhaustive and is limited to the institutions and the year in which they took place.