Matrix seminar – EU law and immigration

Ten days ago Aidan and Raza Husain QC spoke at the last of Matrix’s series of evening seminars on EU law as it applies to domestic practice areas.  The session was devoted to immigration law.  For those who are interested, here is Aidan’s paper on Free movement of EU citizens within the EU.  As we all know, the concept of citizenship has been explored in numerous judgments of the CJEU since the concept was introduced into EU law by the Treaty of Maastricht.  Aidan discusses the rights held by EU citizens with particular reference to the Charter of Fundamental Rights, touching on various topical issues including prisoner voting rights (which, as he makes clear, is not just an ECHR issue) and access to legal aid.

Watch out for the second paper, on EU asylum and refugee status law, next week.

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