Institut d'etudes Européennes
De l'Université libre de Bruxelles


Chaire Ganshof : Opening Lecture "European Public Law Challenge and Change"

ULB - Campus du Solbosch - Auditoire Lameere (S.UB2.252A - Building U - Door B)
Avenue Paul Héger
1000 Brussels

CHAIRE GANSHOF VAN DER MEERSCH

By Prof. Paul Craig, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford

Paul Craig is Professor of English Law at the University of Oxford and Fellow of St John’s College. He is affiliated to the Centre for Competition Law and Policy and is the author of a number of legal textbooks of which the most
well-known is "EU Law: Text, Cases and Materials", now in its 6th edition (2015). His teaching and research are
devoted to Constitutional and Administrative Law and European Community Law.

Organised by the Fondation Philippe Wiener - Maurice Anspach

Practicalities:

Tuesday 8 March 2016, 18.00
ULB - Campus du Solbosch - Auditoire Lameere
(S.UB2.252A - Building U - Door B)

The lecture will be followed by a reception at the Institute for European Studies
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 39 - 1050 Brussels
All welcome. Registration by February 29.

 

Programme of the next lectures

8 - 17 March 2016

 

Week 1


Tuesday 8 March : 18-19.30 pm / Auditorium Lameere
Opening Lecture « European Public Law: Challenge and Change »


Thursday 10 March : 12-1.30 pm / H.5.150
Research Seminar at Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy: 'European Public
Law and the Challenge of Global Regulation'


Thursday 10 March : 2-4 pm / UD.2.218.A
Comparative Law: 'Common Law and EU Law: Policy, Reasoning and
Interpretation: I'


Week 2


Monday 14 March : 4-6 pm / H.1.309
European Public Law : 'The Financial Crisis and Shared Administration'


Tuesday 15 March : 10-12.00 pm / H.2.215
Comparative Law: 'Common Law and EU Law: Policy, Reasoning and
Interpretation: II'


Tuesday 15 March : 12.30-2.00 pm / H.1.304
Research Seminar at the Faculty of Law: 'European Public Law: Theory, Fact
and Value'


Thursday 17 March : 2-4.00 pm / UD.2.218.A
Comparative Law: 'National Limits to EU Law: Comparative Reflections'


Thursday 17 March : 4-6 pm / SAW.1.125
European Public Law / Seminar on Legal reasoning in the EU : 'Gauweiler, the
CJEU and the Bundesverfassungericht'.