Centre for European Law and Internationalisation (CELI)
CELI brings together researchers with an interest in the fields of all aspects of European law in the widest sense and in trends of internationalisation, for example in relation to global trade or in relation to human rights. It promotes academic research (including postgraduate research), holds seminars and conferences, and receives visitors wishing to conduct research in this area.
News, Events and Publications
Professor Katja Ziegler's opinion on why the UK should stay in the EU from the perspective of international law.
Katja Ziegler organises session at American Society of International Law conference in Washington DC - video available
Law professor organises and moderates session on 'Comparative Perspectives on the Judicialization of Foreign Affairs: Adjudication of Military Deployment in National Courts' at the 110th ASIL Annual Meeting.
Onder Bakircioglu (Leicester Law School)
Leicester Law School conference with Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law.
‘The implications of the potential exit from the EU for regulation and protection of rights in the UK’, April 2016
In this day research seminar a number of distinguished scholars, external speakers and members of European law and Policy research cluster, will present papers on a range of issues within this topic spanning EU law, employment law and policy. The programme will be announced shortly.
‘Reflections on the Citizenship Directive and entitlement to social security in the United Kingdom’, 9 December 2015
Robin White, Professor Emeritus (Leicester Law School)
A panel discussion on the future of the Human Rights Act.
The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP, former Attorney General, will present ʻThe Future of Human Rights Protection in the UK: What Do We Know About the Government’s Proposals?’ at the launch of the book ʻThe UK and European Human Rights: A Strained Relationship?’