José João AbrantesPresidentJustice of the Constitutional Court since July 2020, elected by Parliament. José João AbrantesPresidentJustice of the Constitutional Court since July 2020, elected by Parliament. Gonçalo de Almeida RibeiroVice-PresidentJustice of the Constitutional Court since July 2016, elected by Parliament. Afonso PatrãoJustice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021, elected by Parliament. António José da Ascensão RamosJustice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021, elected by Parliament. Carlos CarvalhoJustice of the Constitutional Court since April 2023, co-opted by the justices elected by Parliament. Dora Lucas NetoJustice of the Constitutional Court since December 2023, elected by Parliament. Joana Fernandes CostaJustice of the Constitutional Court since July 2016, elected by Parliament. João Carlos LoureiroJustice of the Constitutional Court since April 2023, co-opted by the justices elected by Parliament. José Eduardo Figueiredo DiasJustice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021, elected by Parliament. José Teles PereiraJustice of the Constitutional Court since July 2015, elected by Parliament. Maria Benedita UrbanoJustice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021, elected by Parliament. Mariana CanotilhoJustice of the Constitutional Court since March 2019, elected by Parliament. Rui Guerra da FonsecaJustice of the Constitutional Court since April 2023, co-opted by the justices elected by Parliament. Afonso Nunes de Figueiredo PatrãoJustice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021, elected by Parliament. Born in Coimbra in 1980. Is Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra since 2005. He directs his research in the areas of Private International Law, European Union Law and Property Law. He published several books and articles, was a speaker in congresses and oriented Master students on these fields. He lectures Private International Law and European Union Law. He graduated in Law from the Law Faculty of the University of Coimbra (2003) and has a Master in European Union Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra with a thesis on Non-Contractual Liability of the European Community (2008). He has a PHD in European Union Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra with the doctoral thesis “Removing obstacles to the European Mortgage Market — Party autonomy in Hypothec and reinforcement of international cooperation”. He was legal advisor of the President of the Portuguese Constitutional Court and he is a member of the European Association of Private International Law. Judge of the Constitutional Court since 12 October 2021. António José da Ascensão RamosJustice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021, elected by Parliament. Born in Covilhã in 1960. Degree in Law, from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra, in 1986. Joined the judiciary in 1987. Judge of Law in Leiria (as a trainee), Santa Maria da Feira, Almeida, Marinha Grande, Porto (Civil Courts and Criminal Courts) and Leiria (Criminal Courts, Civil Courts, Judicial Circle and Labour Court) between 1989 and 2010. Assistant Judge at the Court of Appeal of Porto (Social Section) between 2010 and 2014 and Judge at same Court since 2014. Judicial Inspector between 2016 and 2020 in judicial commission and President of the Judicial Court of the District of Leiria since January 2021 until his appointment as Justice of the Constitutional Court. Invited Assistant Professor at the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria (Higher School of Technology and Management) between 2012 and 2014, teaching the courses of Labour Law and Labour Procedure, Labour Procedure Law and Public Administration Labour Regime. Justice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021. Carlos Luís Medeiros CarvalhoJustice of the Constitutional Court since April 2023, co-opted by the justices elected by Parliament. Born in Figueiró dos Vinhos on 5 November 1966. He has a bachelor’s degree in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon (1989). From 1990 to 1992, he trained as judge at the Centre for Judicial Studies (CEJ). He was a judge in various first instance courts throughout the country (Amares, Esposende, Barcelos and Porto) from 1993 to 1997. He was a judge of the Porto Administrative Circuit Court (1997-2004), an appellate judge of the Administrative Litigation Section of the North Administrative Central Court (2004-2014), and a justice of the Administrative Litigation Section of the Supreme Administrative Court (since 2014). While at the Supreme Administrative Court, he was part of the work group responsible for the digitalization of the Court’s decisions, and he acted as its contact point in the Judicial Network of the European Union. He was regional coordinator (for Northern Portugal) of the Centre for Judicial Studies (CEJ) for the training of administrative and tax court judges (2011-2015). He taught the trainee judges of the first special course run by the Centre for Judicial Studies (CEJ) to train administrative and tax judges. He was president of the Portuguese Association of Administrative and Tax Judges from 2015 to 2021, and vice-president from 2013 to 2014. He was president of various juries of oral exams and CV evaluations for selecting candidates for entering a career as judges of administrative and tax courts at the Judiciary Studies Centre (CEJ) (2014-2022). He was also president of the jury responsible for evaluating participants in the training course run by CEJ for preparing judges for the role of president of administrative and tax courts (2020). He has taught at various universities and has been a speaker at conferences, seminars and congresses both at home and abroad. He has been a member of the editorial board of the administrative justice journal Cadernos de Justiça Administrativa since 2010 and of the scientific board of the public procurement journal Revista de Contratos Públicos since 2011. He is a graduate of the National Defence Course of the Institute of National Defence (2007-2008), with a paper on “Priorities in Justice and Internal Affairs in Europe”. He was co-opted as a Justice of the Constitutional Court in April 2023. Dora Sofia Lucas Neto GomesJustice of the Constitutional Court since December 2023, elected by Parliament. (available soon)Elected by the Assembly of the Republic, em 29 November 2023, Juíza do Tribunal Constitucional. Gonçalo Manoel de Vilhena de Almeida RibeiroVice-PresidentJustice of the Constitutional Court since July 2016, elected by Parliament. Born in Lisbon, in 1983. Professor of Law at Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Basic legal studies at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (2006), LL.M. (2007) and S.J.D. (2012) from the Harvard Law School. Joint coordinator of the Lisbon Section of the Católica Research Centre for the Future of Law (2014-2016). Visiting Professor at the University of Leuven (2013) and at the University of Perugia (2014). Clark Byse Fellow at the Harvard Law School (2010/11) and Teaching Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Gulbenkian Professor at the Católica Global School of Law (2013-2016). Recipient of Harvard Law School’s Mancini Prize for his doctoral dissertation (2013) and of the Kennedy School of Government’s Dean’s Award for Excellence in Student Teaching (2010). Member of the executive Committee of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL-AIDC). Member of the International Society of Public Law (ICON), the International Law Association (ILA) and the Internationale Vereinigung für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie (IVR). Author of the monograph The Decline of Private Law: A Philosophical History of Liberal Legalism, Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2019; editor of collective works and casebooks in Portuguese. Published several articles and book chapters in the fields of Constitutional Law and Legal Philosophy, including: “What is Constitutional Interpretation?”, International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 20, Issue 3, 2022, pp. 1130-61; “Judicial Review of Legislation in Portugal: Genealogy and Critique”, in Francesco Biagi, Justin O. Frosini e Jason Mazzone (orgs), Comparative Constitutional History, Leiden: Brill, 2020, pp. 201-25; “A Pluralist Case for the Harm Principle”, University of San Diego Law Review, Vol. 54, 2017, pp. 361-380; “The Effects of Fundamental Rights in Private Disputes”, in Hugh Collins (org.), European Contract Law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights, Intersentia, Cambridge, 2017, pp. 219-256; and “Judicial Activism and Fidelity to Law”, in Luís Pereira Coutinho/Massimo La Torre/Steven D. Smith (eds.), Judicial Activism: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the American and European Experiences, Springer, Berlim, 2015, pp. 31-46. Guest speaker at Columbia University, Harvard University, Humboldt-Berlin University, Oxford University, Luigi Bocconi University, the European University Instittute, the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Rio Grande do Sul, the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, the Universidade de Coimbra, the Universidade de Lisboa, and the Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Consultant to the law firm PLMJ (2016), member of the Technical Committee of the “A New Constitution” initiative of Observador (2015), member of the Scientific Committee for the “Present in the Future” conferences of the Francisco Manuel dos Santos Foundation (2014-2015), and consultant to the Tropical Research Institute (IICT, 2004-2005) and the OECD’s Development Studies Centre (2003-2004). Appointed Constitutional Court Justice by Parliament on 20 July 2016. Elected Vice-President of the Constitutional Court on 26 April 2023. Joana Maria Rebelo Fernandes CostaJustice of the Constitutional Court since July 2016, elected by Parliament. Born in Coimbra in 1971. Graduated in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra (FDUC) (1995). Master’s Degree in Legal and Criminal Sciences, Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon (FDUL) (2013). Became a Judge in 1996, serving at the criminal courts of a number of Judicial Districts – Évora (trainee), Arraiolos, Porto de Mós, Guimarães, Loures and Lisbon – and the First Criminal Chamber of the Lisbon Central Instance. Was Assistant to the Offices of the Vice-President and then the President of the Constitutional Court (2006/2007, and 2007/2015 respectively). Was member of the Editorial Board of the journal Julgar. Appointed Constitutional Court Justice by the Assembly of the Republic on 20 July 2016. Justice of the Constitutional Court since July 2016. João Carlos Simões Gonçalves LoureiroJustice of the Constitutional Court since April 2023, co-opted by the justices elected by Parliament. Born in Buarcos, Figueira da Foz, on 15 September 1962. He is a Professor at the University of Coimbra’s Law School. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Law in October 1985 (18/20 weighted average) and earned a master’s degree in March 1992 with a dissertation on Administrative procedure: balancing efficiency and the protection of individuals (with distinction). In December 2004, he earned his PhD (with distinction) with a thesis on Constitution and biomedicine: a contribution to a theory of bioconstitutional duties in human generics. His main areas of research include constitutional law, health law, social security law, law and poverty, law and vulnerability. He was co-opted as a Justice of the Constitutional Court in April 2023. José Eduardo de Oliveira Figueiredo DiasJustice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021, elected by Parliament. Born in Coimbra in 1967. Degree in Law, Master in Law – Legal and Political Sciences and Doctor in Law – Legal and Political Sciences (unanimously awarded Summa Cum Laude) from the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra. Judge of the Constitutional Court of Portugal (since October 2021). Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra since 1991 and researcher at the Institute for Legal Research of the same University. President of the Portuguese Political Accounts and Financing Entity (2017-2021). Legal Advisor of the President of the Portuguese Constitutional Court (2016-2017). Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Macau (2013-2015) and Director of the Centre for Legal Studies of the same University (2014-2015). Legal Advisor of Macau Special Administrative Region Government for the area of Administration and Justice (2002-2005). Among others, Co-founder and Member of the Coordinating Council of the Journal RevCEDOUA – Journal of the Centre for the Study of Planning, Urbanism and Environment Law. Member of the Editorial Board of the Law Journal Cadernos de Justiça Administrativa (CEJUR). Published and edited several academic and scientific works (books, chapters, articles, annotations, reviews) in Portugal and abroad in the fields of Environmental Law, Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, European Law and Tax Law. Guest speaker at conferences, colloquia and lectures and orientation of PhD and Master thesis in these research areas. Research grants from FLAD – Luso-American Foundation for Development (Roger Williams University, Rhode Island, USA, 2001) and DAAD – Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (Albert-Ludwigs Univesität, Freiburg, Germany, 2002). Justice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021. José João AbrantesPresidentJustice of the Constitutional Court since July 2020, elected by Parliament. Born in Portalegre in 1955. Full Professor at the NOVA University Lisbon School of Law, where he has taught since 2000. He holds Bachelor’s (“Licenciatura”) and Master’s Degrees from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, where he was Assistant Professor from 1981 to 1992; a PhD from the University of Bremen; and a Habilitation (“Agregação”) from the NOVA University Lisbon School of Law. Was a legal consultant for the Caixa Geral de Depósitos Bank from 1985 to 2009. Has conducted research at several foreign universities and received research grants from various institutions, such as the Human Rights Directorate of the Council of Europe, the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD), the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (FCG) and the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FC&T). Has actively participated in congresses and seminars and given courses and quite a large number of conferences. Has published over a hundred written works, in both Portugal and abroad, on various branches of the law, especially Labour Law, but also Civil Law, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law and Fundamental Rights. The following monographs are of particular note: Do contrato de trabalho a prazo (Almedina, 1982); A excepção de não cumprimento do contrato (Almedina, 3rd ed., 2018); A vinculação das entidades privadas aos direitos fundamentais (AAFDL, 1990); Estudos de Direito do Trabalho (AAFDL, 3rd ed., 2018); Contrato de trabalho e direitos fundamentais, Coimbra Editora, 2005 (= Contrat de travail et droits fondamentaux, Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang, 2000); Direito do Trabalho II. Direito da Greve (Almedina, 2012); and Direitos fundamentais da pessoa humana no trabalho – em especial, a reserva da intimidade da vida privada (algumas questões) (Almedina, 2014). He was Pro-Rector of NOVA University Lisbon (2013-2020), as well as the University’s Students Ombudsman (2011-2018). Is also a Member of NOVA’s Ethics Council. As well as belonging to a range of other academic associations and networks (such as the Portuguese Labour Law Association, APODIT, of which he was Vice-President of the Governing Board from 2013 to 2019, and the Association of Labour Studies, AEL, of which he was a member of both the Governing Board and the Supervisory Board) and the editorial committees of various Portuguese and foreign law journals (such as Questões Laborais, THEMIS, the Juridical Tribune, the Copernicus Journal of Political Studies, Revista Jurídica Luso-Brasileira, Revista Jurídica de la Universidad de León and Diritto delle Relazioni Industriali), he is a founding member (2005) of the European Labour Law Network (ELLN), the advisory network of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (since 2007), the Study Group on a Restatement of European Labour Law and the European Centre of Expertise in the field of Labour Law, Employment and Labour Market Policies (ECE). Justice of the Constitutional Court since July 2020. Elected President of the Constitutional Court on 26 April 2023. José António Pires Teles PereiraJustice of the Constitutional Court since July 2015, elected by Parliament. Born in Lisbon in 1957. Graduated in Law from the Faculty of Law, University of Lisbon, in 1981. Started as a career judge in 1983. Served as judge in the courts of Lisbon (traineeship), Reguengos de Monsaraz, Vila Viçosa, Évora (judicial circuit), Lisbon Civil Court, Military Court of Elvas, and Portalegre (judicial circuit). Appellate Judge since 2005, served at the Court of Appeal of Coimbra from 2006 to 2015. Legal assistant to the Justices of the Constitutional Court (1994-1996 and 2003-2006). Deputy Director-General (1997-2000) and then Director-General (2001-2003) of the national Intelligence Agency. Member of the Portuguese Commission for Freedom of Religion (2007-2010). Justice of the Constitutional Court since July 2015. Maria Benedita Malaquias Pires UrbanoJustice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021, elected by Parliament. Born in Coimbra in 1965. She studied Law at the University of Coimbra Law School (1983-1988). She holds a Law degree (Legal and Political Studies - FDUC), a Master Degree in Constitutional Law (The referendum device - FDUC) and a PhD in Constitutional Law (Parliament and Political Representation. The main devices for the parliamentary mandate’ protection - FDUC). She is Professor of Public Law at the University of Coimbra Law School (inactive employment status). She has developed an expertise in the areas of Public Law, primarily Constitutional Law. Her main research interests lie in the field of Political Institutions, Political Responsibility and Constitutional Justice, with a particular focus on judicial activism. Since 1988 she has published in academic journals and law reviews on the above issues. She is the author of a number of essays on Constitutional Law related topics, such as: “The role of constitutional justice during severe financial and economic crisis”, Anuário Português de Direito Constitucional, Vol. VIII/2012-2014, Coimbra; “Politics and the Judiciary: A Naïve Step Towards the End of Judicial Policy-Making”, in Judicial Activism. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the American and European Experiences (ed. Luís Pereira Coutinho, Massimo La Torre, Steven D. Smith), Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice, vol. 44, Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London, 2015; “The crisis case law on the couch. Diagnosis: bipolar disorder? in O Tribunal Constitucional e a Crise. Ensaios Críticos (org. Gonçalo de Almeida Ribeiro e Luís Pereira Coutinho), Coimbra, 2014; “La justice transitionnelle au Portugal suite au coup militaire du 25 avril 1974”, in Boletim da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Coimbra, vol. LXXXIX, tomo I, 2013; “The economic state of emergency and Constitutional Court’s role” in Until debt tear us apart (coord. Pedro Gonçalves, Carla Amado Gomes, Helena Melo, Filipa Calvão) - www.icjp.pt/publicacoes/1/4290; “The new types of decisions adopted by constitutional courts: beyond Kelsen but not yet on the verge of a new theory of separation of powers” in Estudos em Homenagem a J.J. Gomes Canotilho, Coimbra, 2012; “Some short notes on the governmental responsibility”, in Estudos em Homenagem a Jorge Miranda, Coimbra, 2012; Constitutional Justice. Historic evolution and constitutional review models, Coimbra, 2012 and 2016; “«Judicial creationism» and «judicial activism»: the two faces of the same function?”, in 35.º Aniversário da Constituição de 1976 (organizado pelo Tribunal Constitucional), Volume II, Coimbra, 2011; “The law of judges: attempting against Montesquieu’s legacy or a new configuration for an old principle?” (VIIIth World Congress of the International Association of Constitutional Law), 2010, in www.juridicas.unam.mx. She is a Judge at the Administrative Supreme Court since 2014. Currently she serves as a Judge at the Constitutional Court. Associate member of the Portuguese Constitutional Law Association, Ius Gentium Conimbrigae (International and Humanitarian Law Association), Centro de Estudos de Regulação-CEDIPRE – (Regulation Studies Center), AMJAF. Editorial board member of Revista de Direito Administrativo and Revista Cooperativismo e Economia Social (CES). Justice of the Constitutional Court since October 2021. Mariana Rodrigues CanotilhoJustice of the Constitutional Court since March 2019, elected by Parliament. Born in Coimbra in 1979. Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra (FDUC) and Researcher at the Institute for Legal Research of the same University. Was a Law Clerk at the Office of the President of the Constitutional Court from 2003 to 2007, and again from 2013 to 2019. After completing both her Bachelor’s Degree (“Licenciatura”) in Law (2003) and her Master’s Degree in Legal and Political Sciences at FDUC, Mariana Canotilho received a Master’s (2010) and a PhD (2015) in European Constitutional Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Granada, Spain, where she was unanimously awarded the honour of Sobresaliente Cum Laude (outstanding distinction). In 2011, the Jacques Delors European Information Centre presented her with a Jacques Delors Award with an Honourable Mention for academic works on questions related to European integration; other honours include several FDUC awards for academic merit, including the Dr Francisco Salgado Zenha Prize for the best work on fundamental rights (2004), and the Manuel de Andrade Prize for the student with the highest Bachelor’s grade of the year (2003). Mariana Canotilho has written and edited a range of academic works in Portugal and abroad, in the fields of Portuguese and European Constitutional Law and European Union Law; of particular note are El Principio de Igualdad en el Derecho Constitucional Europeo (2017), and Carta dos Direitos Fundamentais da União Europeia Comentada (2013). She has been guest speaker at conferences and colloquia, namely at the Universities of Granada, Milan (Università degli Studi di Milano) and Toulouse (Jean Jaurès), and the Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies (CEPC) in Madrid. She is a member of: ICON·S | The International Society of Public Law and Co-Chair of its Portuguese branch; the Portuguese Constitutional Law Association (APDC); and the International Association of Constitutional Law. She is also a member of the Board of the Association of Constitutional Court Assistants (AATRIC). Appointed Constitutional Court Justice by Parliament on 29 March 2019. Rui Rodrigo Firmino Guerra da FonsecaJustice of the Constitutional Court since April 2023, co-opted by the justices elected by Parliament. Born in Lisbon on 13 September 1975. He has a bachelor’s degree (1998), a master’s degree in Administrative Law (2003) and a PhD in Law (2011) from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon. He is an Associate Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon and he has taught International Protection of Human Rights, Public International Law II (Law of the Sea), and Political Science (bachelor’s); Human Rights International Law, Constitutional Law, and Legal Theory (master’s); and Public International Law (PhD). He was a visiting lecturer at the Centre for Judicial Studies (CEJ), and at the Portuguese Institute of Police Science and Homeland Security, where he taught Constitutional Law and Fundamental Rights. He was Chief Advisor to the Representative of the Republic for the Autonomous Region of Madeira (2013-2023). He has also worked as an expert providing legal opinions and as an arbitrator. He has been a speaker and lecturer at various conferences and postgraduate courses, both at home and abroad. He is a member of several national and foreign academic organizations such as SPDI – Sociedade Portuguesa de Direito International, ILA – International Law Association, SIPE – Societas Iuris Publici Europaei, and Seminário Permanente de Jovens Cientistas, which is part of the Institute of Advanced Studies of the Lisbon Academy of Sciences (2012-2017). He is also a researcher at Lisbon Public Law (which is a part of the Institute of Legal and Political Sciences of the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon). His most significant publications include: Autonomia Estatutária das Empresas Públicas – Contributo para o estudo da descentralização administrativa sob formas empresariais, Almedina, 2005; Comentário à Constituição Portuguesa, II - Organização Económica (artigos 80.º a 107.º), Paulo Otero (ed), Almedina 2008; O Fundamento da Autotutela Executiva da Administração Pública – Contributo para a sua compreensão como problema jurídico-político, Almedina 2012; Proteção Internacional dos Direitos Humanos — Introdução à disciplina. Sumários desenvolvidos, AAFDL 2018; Direito da Execução Administrativa — A autotutela executiva da administração pública no contexto de um Direito Administrativo em globalização, AAFDL 2023; Direito Administrativo do Mar, Rui Guerra da Fonseca and Miguel Assis Raimundo (eds), Almedina 2014 (reprinted 2016, 2020); 40 Anos de Políticas de Justiça em Portugal, Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues, Pedro Magalhães, Nuno Garoupa, Conceição Gomes, and Rui Guerra da Fonseca (eds), Almedina 2017; ‘O Conselho da Europa. A Convenção Europeia dos Direitos Humanos’ in João Mota de Campos and Manuel Almeida Ribeiro (eds), Organizações Internacionais, 6th edn, Almedina 2022; Ireneu Cabral Barreto and Rui Guerra da Fonseca, ‘A “doutrina Bosphorus” e a tendência para a ampliação da jurisdição do Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos Humanos: algumas notas’ in Estudos em Homenagem ao Conselheiro Sousa Ribeiro, Tribunal Constitucional, II, Almedina 2019; “O Direito Internacional dos Direitos Humanos no Pensamento de Hans Kelsen” in Pedro Moniz Lopes (ed), O Pensamento de Hans Kelsen — Influências, Contexto e Atualidade, AAFDL 2020; “Acórdãos e decisões e os respetivos efeitos” in Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque (ed), Comentário da Convenção Europeia dos Direitos Humanos e dos Protocolos Adicionais, III, Universidade Católica Editora 2020; “Tribunal Europeu dos Direitos Humanos : um modelo de ativismo judicial na afirmação do âmbito da sua jurisdição?” in Maria Luísa Duarte, Ana Rita Gil, and Tiago de Freitas (eds), Direitos Humanos e Estado de Direito – Protecção no Quadro Internacional e Europeu, AAFDL 2022; “A maturidade da ação de responsabilidade civil extracontratual do Estado por atraso na justiça (segundo o TEDH) - Ac. do TEDH de 29.10.2015, Queixa n.º 73798/13”, Cadernos de Justiça Administrativa, 122, March-April 2017; ‘Vacinação infantil compulsória — o Ac. TEDH Vavřička & Outros c. República Checa, queixas n.ºs 47621/13 e outros, 08/04/2021”’, Revista da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Lisboa, 2021, N.º 1 - T. 2; ‘Global constitutionalism and social rights: a few notes on human rights in the quest for a substantive rule of law’ in Vasilka Sancin and Stefan Lorenzmeier (eds), Contemporary Issues of Human Rights Protection in International and National Settings (Ljubljana – Augsburg 2nd Conference on Contemporary Issues of International Law), Nomos Verlag 2017; ‘Procedural requirements in expropriations in Portugal’ in Martina Conticelli and Thomas Perroud (eds), Procedural requirements in administrative limits to property rights, OUP 2022. He was co-opted as a Justice of the Constitutional Court in April 2023.