What makes parties take a matter to court? What societal developments play a role in this? Is there, for example, an increase in rule-making involving a greater amount of legal content and detail, a greater significance of human rights, a shift between fields of the law (from administrative to civil), or a broader impact or scope of court rulings?
How can public authorities take this into account in terms of content, legislation and process when developing and implementing policy? How can they utilise this trend towards juridification so as to contribute to achieving the goals of sustainability policy and enhancing effective social dialogue? These are the key questions in the advisory report that the Council for the Environment and Infrastructure (Rli) is preparing.
The Council expects to publish its report at the beginning of 2024.
For more information about the advisory report, please contact Folmer de Haan (project leader): email@example.com +31 (0)6 4615 2496