The first permanent international human rights court in the world.

The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is an international court based in Strasbourg. Within the machinery of international human rights law, it is an understatement to say that ECtHR case law is an important part of the international human rights law system.

As one of the oldest and busiest international courts, ECtHR is one of the leading international courts that have developed much-leading jurisprudence. The European Court of Justice has even held in J. Nold, Kohlen- und BaustoffgroƟhandlung v Commission of the European Communities that ECtHR case law is a guideline that can be used in the EU. Therefore, ECtHR case law occupies one of the most predominant positions within public international law.

If you want us to represent you in a complaint against any contracting states, it is important that you do not delay, and contact us as soon as possible. You are required to begin the court proceeding within six months after a final judgment from the highest national court. In most jurisdictions, a supreme court usually has the authority to issue a final judgment.

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