European Law: public seminars and human rights conference

Posted by mjs76 at Oct 14, 2010 10:30 AM |
The Centre for European Law and Integration (CELI) which is part of our School of Law celebrates its tenth anniversary this year with a series of public seminars and a one-day conference.

This term there are two seminars on FRCL, which stands for Financial Regulation and Commercial Law, and two on the Lisbon Treaty. The seminars are free and open to all but space is limited so please reserve a place by the date indicated by contacting Paul Wysocki, paul.wysocki@le.ac.uk.

Monday 18 October 2010, 12.00pm

FRCL: The Pursuit of Stability: Lessons from the Financial Crisis 2007-2009

Professor Rosa Maria Lastra, Professor of International Financial and Monetary Law Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), Queen Mary University of London. (Reserve a place by 14 October.)

Wednesday 27 October 2010, 5.00pm

Treaty of Lisbon Lecture Series: The Treaty of Lisbon and EU External Relations

Dr Paul James Cardwell, Deputy Director, Sheffield Centre for International and European Law. (Reserve a place by 24 October.)

Wednesday 3 November 2010, 4.00pm

FRCL: Marginalising Risk

Professor Steven L Schwarcz, Stanley A Star Professor of Law and Business, Duke University. (Reserve a place by 31 October.)

Wednesday 10th November 2010, 5.00pm

Treaty of Lisbon Lecture Series: National Parliaments as Actors in EU Decision-Making

Dr Adam Cygan, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Leicester. (Reserve a place by 5 November.)

Human Rights Beyond Borders: Challenges and Opportunities in the Contemporary Globalisation Era

On 26 November 2010 CELI hosts an interdisciplinary one-day conference on human rights. The keynote speakers will be Dr Saladin Meckled-Garcia, Director of the UCL Institute for Human Rights, and Professor Sigrun Skogly from the University of Lancaster. Tickets (which include lunch and an evening wine reception) cost £10 for students and concessions, £15 for academics and professionals.

As a leading centre for research and teaching in European law and integration issues, the Centre for European Law and Integration (CELI) promotes academic research, holds seminars and conferences and receives visitors wishing to research and to present papers on all aspects of current issues of European law and integration.