Judging in a Constitutional Democracy
The Hertie School’s Centre for Fundamental Rights cordially invites you to the panel discussion “Judging in a constitutional democracy“, featuring a distinguished ensemble of current and former apex court judges.
We are honoured to welcome Justice Daphne Barak-Erez, Supreme Court of Israel; Judge Ivana Jelić, European Court of Human Rights; Justice Daniela Salazar Marín, Constitutional Court of Ecuador, and Prof. Andreas Paulus, former German Federal Constitutional Court Justice, to discuss the challenges of judging in a constitutional democracy.
- Time: Thursday, 08.02.2024 | 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm (CET).
- Check-in: Will be available from 4:00 pm. Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time for check-in
- Venue: Humboldt University Berlin, Faculty of Life Sciences, Hörsaal 10, Invalidenstrasse 42 (view campus map)
- Registration is required. Please visit the event page to register.
The event will be followed by a reception with wine and pretzels, hosted by the Integrative Research Institute Law & Society at Humboldt University Berlin.
This event is part of the international conference “Constitutional challenges – Judging under pressure“, co-hosted by the Centre for Fundamental Rights at the Hertie School and the University of Münster in cooperation with the Integrative Research Institute Law & Society at Humboldt University Berlin with the support of Fritz Thyssen Foundation. It is part of Hertie Futures Forum, a high-ranking event series celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Hertie School.