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Publications:  Dr Eva Nanopoulos

Nanopoulos E(2019). The Juridification of Individual Sanctions and the Politics of Eu Law. Hart Publishing
Nanopoulos E(2018). Extraordinary rendition, secrecy and the UK security constitution. Extraordinary Rendition: Addressing the Challenges of Accountability,
Nanopoulos E, Yotova R(2016). 'Repackaging' Plain Packaging in Europe: Strategic Litigation and Public Interest Considerations. Journal of International Economic Law vol. 19, (1) 175-210.
10.1093/jiel/jgw007
Fazekas M, Nanopoulos E(2016). The effectiveness of eu law: Insights from the eu legal framework on asset confiscation. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice vol. 24, (1) 39-64.
10.1163/15718174-24012083
Nanopoulos E(2015). KILLING TWO BIRDS with ONE STONE? the COURT of JUSTICE'S OPINION on the EU'S ACCESSION to the ECHR. Cambridge Law Journal vol. 74, (2) 185-221.
10.1017/S0008197315000458
Nanopoulos E(2015). Of Courts and Constitutions. CAMBRIDGE LAW JOURNAL vol. 74, (2) 364-367.
10.1017/S0008197315000240
Nanopoulos E(2015). European Human Rights Law and the Normalisation of the 'Closed Material Procedure': Limit or Source. Modern Law Review vol. 78, (6) 913-944.
10.1111/1468-2230.12155
Nanopoulos E(2013). Judicial Review of Measures Implementing Security Council Resolutions: The Relevance of the EU Principle of Loyal Cooperation. vol. 15,
Nanopoulos E(2013). Trust issues and the european common asylum system: Finding the right balance. Cambridge Law Journal vol. 72, (2) 276-280.
10.1017/S0008197313000433
Nanopoulos E(2012). The Fight against terrorism, fundamental rights and the EU courts: The unsolved conundrum. vol. 14,
Nanopoulos E(2011). Insuring the charter: Who bears the cost?. Cambridge Law Journal vol. 70, (3) 506-508.
10.1017/S000819731100078X
Nanopoulos E(2011). It is time, charter, rise and shine. Cambridge Law Journal vol. 70, (2) 306-309.
10.1017/S0008197311000468
Johnston A, Nanopoulos E(2010). The new uk supreme court, the separation of powers and anti-terrorism measures. Cambridge Law Journal vol. 69, (2) 217-220.
10.1017/S0008197310000322
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