Case-Law Notes

The body of cases that has been considered by the Human Rights Review Panel (“Panel”) covers a broad range of issues. Among those, a few stand out as being of particular importance to the work of the Panel. Other aspects of its work are of special legal and scholarly interest as they reflect some of the peculiarities that attach to a system of human rights accountability that is applicable, not to States as is usually the case, but to a rule of law mission (i.e., EULEX Kosovo). Focusing on these issues, the Panel has prepared a number of Case-Law Notes, which provide a short, analytical, summary of the state of the Panel’s caselaw in regard to these selected topics. It is the hope of the Panel that these Notes will advance scholarly research and may contribute to the continued development of human rights law.