Following an annual and cherished tradition, we are hereby launching our poll for the best and worst ECtHR judgment of 2015!
As usual, preselecting a limited number of contenders was both fun and hard. There is always room for debate. Always other judgments that deserve a shot at the title. Other judgments to cheer at. And other judgments to boo (somewhat). But we hope you find your champ among our contenders. If not, you can always support an underdog by selecting ‘Other’.
The winners and losers will be announced in about a month.
To refresh your memory on the nominated judgments – or introduce you to them – we have included brief summaries below the polls (click ‘Continue reading’, immediately below the polls).
[the order of judgments in both polls is automatically randomised on each page visit]
SUMMARIES OF JUDGMENTS