Concerning the High Court’s legislative action – is the court running amok?
If one is to develop the criticism that the High Court has exceeded its constitutional authority through its judgments, the endeavour requires some form of rational argumentation including an analysis of application of constitutional law, theoretical premises, the High Court’s societal role, as well as developments in wider society. Any criticism of the High Court which lacks these features, fails to more deeply probe the relationship between power and the law in Sweden in 2014, yet which simultaneously denies the role of values in the act of judgment, can in fact be regarded as nothing more than an expression of subjective values.

Read the full text at SvJT, Swedish Journal of Law.