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I presented a paper with the title "Missing Constitutionalism ? Excessive Deference in the Constitution of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands (1815)" a the second annual meeting of the ReConFort ERC Advanced Grant project (Prof. dr. U. Müssig, University of Passau), Constitutional precedence as keystone of modern constitutionalism. The event took place at the Academy Palace, thanks to the patronage of the Committee for Legal History of the Royal Flemish Academy for the Arts and Sciences, presided by Prof. dr. Dirk Heirbaut. The event was co-organised by the research centre CORE (VUB).
A revised version of my contribution was published open access in the volume Reconsidering Constitutional Formation II: Decisive Constitutional Normativity. From Old Liberties to New Precedence (ed. U. Müssig), series Studies in the History of Law and Justice (Springer). See here.