We’ll be back after the break, but in the meanwhile the following events might be of interest to readers:
Opinion 2/13 on accession by the European Union to the ECHR: Is it convincing? Is there a way forward? Are there wider constitutional implications?
UKAEL Seminar, 23 April 2015, 18.30 – 20.00
Council Room, Strand Campus, King’s College London
£25 current UKAEL members / £40 general public
Featuring Professor Sir Alan Dashwood QC, Dr Tobias Lock, Professor Michael Dougan and Professor Philippa Watson. You can book places here.
The Academy of European Law summer courses at the European University Institute, Florence
The Academy of European Law summer courses in Human Rights Law and European Union law, given by leading authorities from the worlds of practice and academia, provide high-level programmes for researchers and legal practitioners.
This year’s Human Rights Law Course will be held on 15 – 26 June. It comprises a General Course on ‘The Future of Human Rights Fact-finding’ by Philip Alston (New York University Law School) and a series of specialized courses on the topic of ‘The Futures of Human Rights’ by leading scholars.
The Law of the European Union Course will be held on 29 June – 10 July. It features a General Course on ‘What’s Left of the Law of Integration?’ by Julio Baquero Cruz (Member of the Legal Service of the European Commission) and a series of specialized courses on the topic of ‘Harmonization in a Changing Legal Context’ by leading scholars and practitioners in the Law of the European Union.
The two-week courses are held at the European University Institute in Florence. Applications close on 8 April. For further information see the Academy’s website at www.ael.eu/AEL