This issue of the NJEL publishes articles presented at the seminar The Consequences of Schrems II from Practical and Theoretical Perspectives sponsored by the Swedish Network for European Legal Studies and held at the Faculty of Law, Lund University on September 16, 2021.



Article. Jeffery Atik & Xavier Groussot, ‘A Weaponized Court of Justice in Schrems II’

Article. Graham Butler, ‘Lower Instance National Courts and Tribunals in Member States and Their Judicial Dialogue with the Court of Justice of the European Union’

Article. Marcelo Corrales Compagnucci, Mateo Aboy & Timo Minssen, ‘Cross-Border Transfers of Personal Data After Schrems II: Supplementary Measures and new Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs)’

Article. Claes G. Granmar, ‘A Reality Check of the Schrems Saga’

Article. Ester Herlin-Karnell, ‘EU Data Protection and the Principle of Proportionality’

Article. Susanna Lindroos-Hovinheimo, ‘Tolerating Ambiguity: Reflections on the Schrems II Ruling’

Article. Araceli Turmo, ‘National Security Concerns as an Exception to EU Standards on Data Protection’

Review. Ester Herlin-Karnell, Gerard Conway and Aravind Ganesh, European Union Law in Context, Hart Publishing 2021 (Annegret Engel, Lund University)

Review. Mirka Kuisma, Confronting Legal Realities with the Legal Rule, On Why and How the European Court of Justice Changes Its Mind, University of Turku 2021,  (Alezini Loxa, Lund University)

Published: 2021-12-30