The Constitutional Structure of Europe’s Area of “Freedom, Security and Justice” and the Right to Justification, 7 February 2018

Prof Ester Herlin Karnell (University of Amsterdam)
The Constitutional Structure of Europe’s Area of “Freedom, Security and Justice” and the Right to Justification, 7 February 2018

The Constitutional Structure of Europe’s Area of “Freedom, Security and Justice”

A European Law and Policy Research Cluster seminar.

This research seminar explores the implications of freedom as a non-domination-oriented view for understanding EU security regulation and its constitutional implications. It zooms in on the trajectory of an “Area of Freedom, Security and Justice”, what it means, and why it represents a fascinating example of contemporary constitutional law with interacting layers of security regulation, human rights law and transnational legal theory at its core.

Details

Open to: All
Date and time: Wednesday, 7 February 2018, 2:00–4:00 pm
Venue: Jan Grodecki Room, first floor, Fielding Johnson Building (Maps and directions)
Contact: For more information please contact og8@le.ac.uk

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