CONSTITUTIONAL COURTS AND ORDINARY COURTS: COOPERATION OR CONFLICT?
International Conference Regensburg, October 16 - 17, 2015
Constitutional justice and in particular the review of legislation are the main pillars of modern constitutionalism. Ordinary and constitutional jurisdictions are all connected with the constitution. Cooperation between them is indispensable. However, cooperation can transform competition and even escalate to conflict. The relation between these courts has been the subject of the international conference which took place in Regensburg on October 16 and 17, 2015. This book collects important conference contributions to this topic.