In J.N. v Staatssecretaris voor Veiligheid en Justitie the ECJ ruled that the provision in the recast Reception Conditions  Directive allowing for the detention of asylum seekers on public order grounds does not conflict with the way in which the Charter of Fundamental Rights protects the right to personal liberty. The judgment raises pertinent questions about the relationship between the EU legal order and that of the ECHR in an area that is becoming increasingly complex: the use of detention in immigration and asylum procedures. Read my comment on the judgment here: REDIAL Blog