Half Title Page.
List of Contributors.
1: Same-Sex Couples, Legislators and Judges. An Introduction to the Book.
2: Selected National Jurisdictions.
3: Domestic Law Issues.
4: The Recognition of Same-Sex Couples’ Rights in the US Between Counter-Majoritarian Principle and Ideological Approaches: A State Level Perspective.
5: From Gay Rights to Same-Sex Marriage: A Brief History Through the Jurisprudence of US Federal Courts.
6: Different Approaches, Similar Outcomes: Same-Sex Marriage in Canada and South Africa.
7: Same-Sex Couples Before Courts in Mexico, Central and South America.
8: Following the Legislative Leaders: Judicial Recognition of Same Sex Couples in Australia and New Zealand.
9: The Nordic Model: Same-Sex Families in Love and Law.
10: A Glorious Revolution? UK Courts and Same-Sex Couples.
11: Between Recognition and Homophobia: Same-Sex Couples in Eastern Europe.
12: Same-Sex Couples in France and Belgium: The Resilient Practice of Judicial Deference.
13: At the Crossroads Between Privacy and Community: The Legal Status of Same-Sex Couples in German, Austrian and Swiss Law.
14: Judicial Restraint and Political Responsibility: A Review of the Jurisprudence of the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese High Courts on Same-Sex Couples.
15: The Legal Situation of Same-Sex Couples in Greece and Cyprus.
16: Private International Law Issues.
17: The Law Applicable to the Formation of Same-Sex Partnerships and Marriages.
18: On Recognition of Foreign Same-Sex Marriages and Partnerships.
19: Same-Sex Families Across Borders.
20: Supranational and International (and Quasi-) Jurisdictions.
21: Human Rights Law Issues.
22: Same-Sex Couples Before the ECtHR: The Right to Marriage.
23: Same-Sex Couples’ Rights (Other than the Right to Marry) Before the ECtHR.
24: Same-Sex Couples Before the Inter-American System of Human Rights.
25: EU Law Issues.
26: Free Movement Rights for Same-Sex Couples Under EU Law: What Role to Play for the CJEU?.
27: Employment Benefits for Same-Sex Couples: The Case-Law of the CJEU.
28: International Labour Law Issues and Quasi-Jurisdictional Bodies.
29: International Administrative Tribunals and Their Non-Originalist Jurisprudence on Same-Sex Couples: ‘Spouse’ and ‘Marriage’ in Context, Between Social Changes and the Doctrine of Renvoi.
30: Same-Sex Couples Before Quasi-Jurisdictional Bodies: The Case of the UN Human Rights Committee*.