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
Dr. Rachel Marangozov and Ms Andrea Broughton (Institute for Employment Sudies) will be discussing the consequences of Brexit on the labour market.
Professor Elizabeth Wicks will lead a discussion on the constitutional implications of the Supreme Court judgment in the case of Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.
Leicester Law Lecturer Featured on President of the European Society of International Law's List of Five Most Influential Books read in 2016
Rossana Deplano's, The Strategic Use of International Law by the United Nations Security Council – An Empirical Study featured on the list of the five most influential books selected by Professor André Nollkaemper (President of the European Society of International Law).
The Leicester unit of the CharterClick! Consortium held an executive workshop at the Trinity College, Dublin on 12 January 2017. Participants included representatives of national human rights bodies, such as the Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission, NGO’s and specialised lawyers.
Professor Peter Rowe (Lancaster University) will examine the possibility of holding Members of Parliament accountable for the decision to use military force abroad.
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.