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CANCELLED: Conscious Uncoupling and the ties that still bind: Ireland and the UK after Brexit
This event has been cancelled in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
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The legal procedures in the context of the rule of law backsliding in Poland, 12 February 2020
Ewa Zelazna (Leicester Law School)
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Wishful thinking or common sense? Arguing for a new EU approach to unlawfully present migrants, 15 January 2020
Mr Alan Desmond (University of Leicester) will argue a common EU approach to regularisation of undocumented migrants.
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Applications open! Midlands4Cities PhD funding for UK/EU applicants
We are accepting applications in the areas of European, international and human rights law.
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Research workshop: The Future of EU Social Security Law
This workshop brings together leading experts in EU Social Security Law.
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EU Free Movement Law and the Rights of Rainbow Families
Our upcoming research seminar will examine 'EU Free Movement Law and the rights of rainbow families to move freely between EU member states'
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Blog Entry Horizon Europe: full participation is a win-win for the EU and the UK
Professor Paul Boyle writes thought piece in THE
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / May
Constructing Legal Orders in Europe: The General Principles of EU Law, 29–30 June 2018
CELI hosted this two-day workshop, which brought together participants from over 50 academic institutions across Europe, and will explore the theory, content, role and function of general principles in EU law.
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Blog Entry Lecturer on FT podcast discusses Galileo, Brexit and space policy
Dr Bleddyn Bowen, from the School of History, Politics and International Relations, appears on ‘Brexit Unspun’ podcast to discuss the recent dispute between Britain and the EU over space policy
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / May
Registration open! Human Rights Laws at a Crossroads: What Directions after Brexit?
This one-day event will obtain a panoramic perspective, looking to the pressures and challenges associated with a human rights landscape unsettled by Brexit, facing uncertainty regarding the domestic regime for human rights protection, and a Strasbourg system that has been reshaped, yet which remains under intense pressure
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