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

New webinar – Widening and Deepening: Coming of Age Challenges for EU Transparency Anno 2021

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

New webinar – Mutual Trust and the Rule of Law: Behind and Beyond the LM Case

This online debate inaugurates a series of 3 webinars organized within the framework of the project TRIIAL – TRust, Independence, Impartiality and Accountability of legal practitioners safeguarding the rule of Law under the EU Charter. The first online debate will focus on the relationship between Explore More

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