May 12, 2013

CONREASON Survey on Judicial Attitudes towards European Law and European Integration

Arthur Dyevre, Senior Research Fellow at Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg, has forwarded the request below, asking readers to participate in an expert survey on judicial attitudes towards European law and European integration.  This survey is part of the CONREASON Project on ‘Constitutional Reasoning in Comparative Perspective’, of which Arthur is the co-investigator (more details can be found on the project website here).

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As part of the Schumpeter CONREASON Project, we are conducting an online expert survey on judicial attitudes towards European law and European integration in the European Union. The survey focuses on supreme and constitutional courts and their doctrinal response to the legal integration process. The survey targets all those who are potential experts in the EU legal integration process: academics, judges, law students, etc.

The online questionnaire takes only a few minutes to complete. You can choose on which court you wish to report and even take several surveys in case you want to report on more than one court.

To take the survey just click on the link below, which will take you to the survey page of the CONREASON Project Website:

Please feel free to contact us ( for questions and remarks regarding the questionnaire. Feedback is welcome.

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