Monday 24 May 2021 – 16.00 – 18.00 Roundtable followed by discussion Panel: Onno Brouwer, Practising Lawyer, Michael Cashman, former MEP; Emilio di Capitani, Chairman FREE Group; Helen Darbishire, Access Info Europe; Jean-Paul Jacqué, former Legal Advisor of the Council of the EU and Sir Graham Explore More
The University of Turin, in collaboration with its partners, will hold its final conference presenting the results of the two years project INTERLEX. The event will be held online on 26 February 2021 (10.00-16.00). The event is free though registration is requested. Please register at Explore More
Asylum Governance in Europe: Legal Frameworks, Adjudication, and New Technological Challenges Wednesday 17 June 2020 @15:00 – 16:45 Watch the recording of the video here. On the occasion of World Refugee Day, the CJC in collaboration with the MPC will hold a joint Webinar to Explore More
On February 13-14 will take place the Kick-off meeting of the TRIIAL Project at the European University Institute. TRIIAL project aims at assisting in the response of the present constitutional crisis. The standards enshrined in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (CFR), and, in particular, Explore More
On January 28, the Centre will host its third CJC lecture for 2019/2020. Janneke Van Casteren will present on “Unwrapping the Black Box: National Courts’ interpretation of Preliminary Rulings”. Discussant: Dr Mateusz Grochowski.Venue: Villa Salviati – Sala degli Stemmi at 15.
The Interlex project publishes its call for participants for the Transnational Training Workshop that will be held on 20-21 February 2020. Legal practitioners from any European nationality are invited to apply by 20 December 2019 17 January 2020 (extended deadline) at 12.00. The selected participants will have Explore More
On November 26 will take place the Final conference of the e-NACT Project in Brussels, at the premises of the Institut de Formation Judiciaire. The main tools developed within the e-NACT project will be presented by the consortium with the aim to provide legal practitioners Explore More
On November 12, the Centre will host its second CJC lecture for 2019/2020. The lecture of Prof. Valsamis Mitsilegas will be devoted to “The Normative Foundations of the Criminalisation of Migration”. Discussant: Prof. Andrew Geddes.Venue: Villa Salviati – Sala Torrino at 15.