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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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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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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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UoL Event ‘Reflections on the Citizenship Directive and entitlement to social security in the United Kingdom’, 9 December 2015
Robin White, Professor Emeritus (Leicester Law School)
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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
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Professor Jill Marshall at the IVR Legal Theory Conference, 23–24 October 2015
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Dr Lisa Rodgers at the IVR Legal Theory Conference
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Professor Jill Marshall at the University of Ghent conference on human rights, 9–11 December 2015
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‘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.
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BREXIT and the Labour Market: Implications for Skills (Shortages) and Employment Law, 24 March 2017
Dr. Rachel Marangozov, Mr Chris Moses and Ms Andrea Broughton (Institute for Employment Sudies) will be discussing the consequences of Brexit on the labour market.
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