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
The Leicester unit of the CharterClick! consortium conducted a workshop for students on Friday, 25 November 2016
An event organised by CELI to discuss the constitutional implications of the High Court's ruling on Brexit.
The Jan Grodecki Lecture: London, Luxembourg and Strasbourg (Canada, Albania, Switzerland, Norway…) – Where Next for the Common Law?, 11 November 2016
Sir Nicholas Green QC willl explore the issues and areas likely to come up in the light of any new UK-EU arrangement in the wake of Brexit and what this will mean for the development of the common law.
Leading EU experts from the Leicester Law School community will on Saturday 12 November focus on Brexit and its Consequences during a Question Time-style discussion chaired by Emeritus Professor Robin White.
Cyber countermeasures and effects on human rights: extraterritorial application of human rights to cyberspace?, 2 November 2016
Professor Nicholas Tsagourias (University of Sheffield)
Experts from the European Parliament and UK Universities present & discuss the impact of Brexit on public procurement – and what this will mean for the UK, businesses, and professionals in the sector.
European Law and Policy research seminar 26 October 2016, JGR 2.30 -4.30 p.m.
UN Terrorism Sanctions in the European Court of Human Rights after the Grand Chamber Judgment in Al-Dulimi v Switzerland: Successful Systemic Integration or Strasbourg’s Kadi, 19 October 2016
Dr Ed Bates, Leicester Law School