January 14, 2015
In keeping with our annual tradition, we hereby kindly invite all our readers to cast their vote for the best and worst European Court of Human Rights judgment of the previous year, i.e. of 2014.
2014 was a year of many highs for the ECtHR, but unfortunately also of a few lows (both liberally defined as such by the Strasbourg Observers team). The good and the bad are reflected in our nominations below.
Underneath the polls, we have provided links to the texts of the nominated judgments and our blog posts on them.
Should you not find your pick off the litter on our shortlists, you can always surprise everyone by introducing a novel contender – potentially saddling us with a dark horse – by selecting “other” and filling in your preference (we will periodically provide an overview of the votes for “other” judgments in the comments section).
As always, we will announce the winners and ‘winners’ (roughly) a month from now.
Let the voting commence!
Links to the nominated judgments and our posts