Introduction : judicial dialogue on the return directive : catalyst for changing migration governance?. (Downloadable archival material, 2020) [WorldCat.org]
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Introduction : judicial dialogue on the return directive : catalyst for changing migration governance?.

Author: Galina CORNELISSE; Madalina Bianca MORARU
Publisher: Hart Publishing, 2020.
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : English
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Th is book analyses how courts and judicial dialogue shape return policies in the European Union. The way in which states have traditionally dealt with irregular migration has for many decades been characterised by extensive executive discretion, with a very limited role for the judiciary. This book argues that in the European Union, the adoption of the Return Directive brought a significant change to the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: info:eu-repo/semantics/bookPart
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Galina CORNELISSE; Madalina Bianca MORARU
ISBN: 9781509922956 1509922954
OCLC Number: 1280507963
Language Note: en.
Notes: Madalina Bianca MORARU, Galina CORNELISSE and Philippe DE BRUYCKER (eds), Law and judicial dialogue on the return of irregular migrants from the European Union, Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2020, Modern Studies in European law ; 99, pp. 17-37.

Abstract:

Th is book analyses how courts and judicial dialogue shape return policies in the European Union. The way in which states have traditionally dealt with irregular migration has for many decades been characterised by extensive executive discretion, with a very limited role for the judiciary. This book argues that in the European Union, the adoption of the Return Directive brought a significant change to the physiognomy of immigration law in this respect. In particular, it has brought expulsion procedures under judicial scrutiny and thus within the rule of law. Indeed, seeing that EU law enforcement is decentralised and relies for a large extent on the bottom-up engagement of individuals claiming their rights, the Directive empowered domestic courts to venture into a fi eld that had hitherto been dominated by the executive. With domestic judges able to assume the position of 'natural judges' of the Directive, it was predictable that the deference shown by domestic courts to the executive would wane.

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