Call for papers

Call for Papers – Doctoral Workshop at the University of Bologna

The Department of Legal Studies and the PhD Programme in European Law of the University of Bologna organize a Doctoral workshop, under the direction of Prof. Federico Casolari, on the topic:

The extraterritorial application of EU law: 

A contribution to its global reach

Bologna, 18-19 March 2021

Venue: Department of Legal Studies – Malvezzi Building – via Zamboni 22 – 40126 Bologna

Organised in cooperation with:

  • Prof. Christine Kaddous (Université de Genève),
  • Prof. Ramses Wessel (University of Groningen),
  • Prof. Enzo Cannizzaro (University of Rome “La Sapienza”),
  • Prof. Sara Poli (University of Pisa),
  • Prof. Jan Wouters (KU Leuven).

 

Background

The scope of application of EU law represents a major element of the legal discourse concerning the affirmation and strengthening of the European integration process. It firstly influences the way in which that law interacts with the municipal law of the Member States. More and more, however, the relevance of the scope of EU law goes beyond the interplay with Member States’ legal orders, contributing thus to the global reach of EU law.

In this respect, a crucial role is played by the extraterritorial application of EU law. Thanks to the growing web of contractual relations put in place by the European Union with third countries and other international organisations, the widening of the Union’s competences – also in the light of the recent crises the EU and its Member States have faced – and the doctrines elaborated by the case law of the European Court of Justice (such as the ‘effects doctrine’ invoked with regard to EU competition law), the possibility to apply EU law outside the Union’s borders is a reality representing a pillar of the EU external dimension.

Against this background, the Workshop seeks to realize a general reflection on the extraterritorial application of EU law, by stressing its legal implications for the EU external action and the EU legal order as a whole.

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Link to the Call for Papers. Deadline: 30th November 2020. 

Call for papers

Call for Papers

The KSLR EU Law Blog hereby invites you to submit abstracts for blog posts on

 any area of EU law

 (including but not limited to judicial protection, internal market, external relations, financial regulation, data-protection, environmental policies).

Submissions covering any of the following topics are particularly welcome:

  • The future of the EU: reflections and reforms
  • The external dimension of EU policies
  • Protecting and enhancing the rule of law in the EU
  • EU State Aid control & Regulations
  • The Common European Asylum System and the Dublin System
  • The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and its application at EU and national level
  • EU Environmental law

We also invite submissions on:

  • Coverage of EU law-related events
  • Reviews of recently published EU law-related books as well as
  • Recent developments of EU case law

We are looking for 800 – 2000 words articles.

Please refer to our style guidelines.

Please send abstracts or full articles to giulia.gentile@kcl.ac.uk, luigi.lonardo@kcl.ac.uk and irene.agnolucci@kcl.ac.uk

by 28 February 2019.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The KSLR EU Law Blog Editorial Team

Call for papers, Uncategorized

Call for Papers

 The KSLR EU Law Blog hereby invites you to submit abstracts for blog posts on

 any area of EU law

 (including but not limited to judicial protection, internal market, external relations, financial regulation, data-protection, environmental policies).

Submissions covering any of the following topics are particularly welcome:

  • The future of the EU: reflections and reforms
  • The external dimension of EU policies
  • The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and its application at EU and national level
  • Protecting and enhancing the rule of law in the EU
  • Issues of law or policy of Member States with relevance for the EU

We also invite submissions on:

  • Coverage of EU law-related events
  • Reviews of recently published EU law-related books as well as
  • Recent developments of EU case law

We are looking for 800 – 2000 words articles.

Please refer to our style guidelines.

Please send abstracts or full articles to giulia.gentile@kcl.ac.uk and luigi.lonardo@kcl.ac.uk by 20 February 2018.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The KSLR EU Law Blog Editorial Team

Call for papers

2017 Call for Papers

Dear All,

the KSLR EU Law Blog hereby invites you to submit blogposts in any field of EU law.

We are looking for papers between 1000 and 1500 words focusing on EU law related issues such as the implications of the UK referendum, possible reforms of the EU constitutional framework ad the role of the EU as a global actor.

We also invite submissions on:

  • Coverage of EU law-related events
  • Reviews of recently published EU law-related books as well as
  • Recent developments of EU case law.

Please submit abstracts or articles to giulia.gentile@kcl.ac.uk and giorgia.sangiuolo@kcl.ac.uk.

The deadline for the submission is the 1st of June 2017.

Please refer to our style guidelines.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Giulia Gentile                   Giorgia Sangiuolo

Konstanstina Perifanou    Angel Kaloyanov

 

Call for papers

CALL FOR PAPERS

The KSLR EU Law Blog hereby invites you to submit abstracts for blog posts on

 any area of EU law

(including but not limited to internal market, financial regulation, human rights, data-protection, environment).

Submissions covering any of the following topics are particularly welcome:

  • UK Referendum’s effects on EU law and European integration
  • EU migration law and refugees’ crisis
  • EU law and institutional balances
  • Developments on the relationship between EU law and International law
  • Recent developments of EU social policies

We also invite submissions on:

  • Coverage of EU law-related events
  • Reviews of recently published EU law-related books as well as
  • Recent developments of EU case law

Ideally we are looking for 1000 – 1500 words articles.

Please refer to our style guidelines.

Please send an abstract or full articles to giulia.gentile@kcl.ac.uk and giorgia.sangiuolo@kcl.ac.uk by 31 January 2017.

We look forward to hearing from you!