Vid seminariet presenterar Pernilla Norman delar av sitt avhandlingsarbete. Efter en kort presentation kommer seminariets opponent, universitetslektor Björn Lundqvist, kommentera texterna. Därefter är det öppet för frågor och diskussion.
Karin Leijon, doktor i statskunskap vid Uppsala universitet och forskare vid statsvetenskapliga institutionen, presenterar sin avhandling med titeln National Courts as Gatekeepers in European Integration: Examining the Choices National Courts Make in the Preliminary Ruling Procedure (2018).
Christian Franklin is a Professor of Law at the University of Bergen, specialising in EU and EEA law. He is a Barrister (Gray’s Inn), joint manager of the Bergen Centre for Competition Law and Economics (BECCLE) and the University of Bergen Law Faculty’s Research Group for Competition and Market law. He is also a Board Member of the Norwegian Association for European Law.
Andreas Moberg presenterar sitt kapitel i den nyligen utkomna EU och nationalstatens återkomst, Europaperspektiv 2019.
Konstantinos Sidiropoulos is a doctoral researcher in competition law and a tutor in EU law and competition law at the University of Oxford. He is working under the supervision of Professor Stephen Weatherill, exploring the influence of the constitutional and institutional peculiarities of the EU on the concept of abuse of dominance under Article 102 TFEU. At the seminar, Konstantinos Sidiropoulos will present part of his doctoral thesis.
At the seminar, Gloria Golmohammadi will present a draft of selected chapters from her doctoral thesis. After a short presentation, the opponent at the seminar, Jur.dr. Anna Wallerman, Associate Senior Lecturer at Gothenburg University, will comment the manuscript. Subsequently, there will be time for questions and discussion.
Dr Angela Ward will be speaking in Stockholm of the role of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in the development of anti-discrimination law. Her presentation would be of interest to people involved in advising and practicing in this field of law, along with academic researchers.
Stefan Enchelmaier is Dr iur (Bonn) habil (Munich) LLM (Edinb) MA (Oxon), Professor of European and Comparative Law at the University of Oxford, and Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford. His research and teaching is in EU law, especially the internal market, and in English and comparative private law.
Lars Karlander är jur.dr i konstitutionell rätt. Han disputerade tidigare i år vid Uppsala universitet med avhandlingen The ECJ’s Adjudication of Fundamental Rights Conflicts – In Search of a Fair Balance.
This seminar will consider recent legal and policy developments relating to the operation of the European Arrest Warrant, focusing in particular on recent preliminary references from the Irish courts. This cluster of rulings sheds light on the rule of law considerations by the courts involved, illustrating current challenges for the EAW in the context of Brexit (C-327/18 PPU, RO) and alleged rule of law regression (C-216/18 PPU, 'Celmer').
Beata Mäihäniemi (LL.D.) is a post-doctoral researcher in law and digitalization at the Legal Tech Lab, University of Helsinki Twitter: @beatamaihaniemi E-mail: email@example.com
In all probability, the UK will leave the EU on 29 March 2019. For several months, the two parties have been negotiating a Withdrawal Agreement, but there are still some highly sensitive issues to be resolved – notably the problem of the Irish border. If a consensus is reached by the deadline set by the EU (October 2018), the Withdrawal Agreement will be signed then and it will be the main focus of the seminar.
Pernilla McAlevey (1990 – 2017) var en uppskattad kollega och vän vid EU-rätten vid Stockholms universitet. Minnesseminariet utgår från det som Pernilla brann för: mänskliga rättigheter.
Afternoon seminar at Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law, Stockholm University
Lunchseminarium, Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law Stockholms universitet
This seminar will consider some recent case law from the CJEU and will explore some outstanding questions from earlier case law.
Lately, the concept of investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) has featured high in newspaper headlines, parliamentary debates, and even in mass street protests in some EU Member States. The reasons for such sudden, unusual attention are manifold. In such situation, it does not come as a big surprise that also the judiciary is eventually seized with the matter.
This seminar uses Brexit as a “lens” through which the legal nature of EU citizenship and associated rights can be examined.
The development of fundamental rights within the EU is strongly linked with the EU Single Market. Not only has the EU Single Market constituted the source for the development of an EU autonomous fundamental rights regime, but it also raises barriers to the realization of fundamental rights by Member States.
At the start of the Brexit process, the role of the UK Parliament in triggering Article 50 TEU was heavily and very publicly contested. Since the UK Supreme Court's judgment in Miller confirmed Parliament's role in this regard, concern has shifted to the extent to which Parliament can influence the nature of Brexit.
The Institute of European Law (Institutet för Europeisk rätt) invites you to a seminar in EU law with Alison McDonnell & Leonard Besselink.