Call for Applications – Freedom of expression vs. pressures to judicial independence, impartiality and accountability | November 5-6th 2021

Law and Society Institute Foundation in Warsaw – INPRIS – invites European legal practitioners to a hybrid workshop on “Freedom of expression vs. pressures to judicial independence, impartiality and accountability”, November 5-6th 2021, hybrid formula (on site Warsaw and zoom platform). The workshop is open to Explore More

The Court of Justice of the European Union, ultima ratio for saving the independence of the judges in Romania

On 18th of May the CJEU delivered a judgment in the first six preliminary references regarding Romanian judicial independence and accountability. For a commentary of the judgment within the Romanian context, see the blog post published here: https://blogs.eui.eu/constitutionalism-politics-working-group/the-court-of-justice-of-the-european-union-ultima-ratio-for-saving-the-independence-of-the-judges-in-romania-a-commentary-of-the-cjeu-preliminary-ruling-in-c%e2%80%9183-19-c%e2%80%91127-19/?fbclid=IwAR3MpgKzQJgMXO5CNx9v1wtTCkXfbbxNXHYlwnjudXWIAaCCGqxfwza5LGk

The new design of the EU’s return system under the Pact on Asylum and Migration

By Madalina Moraru, Head of Research Group at the Centre for Judicial Cooperation of the European University Institute, and Senior Research Fellow at the Judicial Studies Institute, Masaryk University and ITFLOWS Project, Brunel University. Returns do not feature in the Pact’s title, nevertheless they are a redline running across all of the Explore More