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Presentation by by Michelle Qingzi Zang, Post-doc Research Fellow, PluriCourts.
The seminar is open to all interested parties. Refreshments will be served.
NB: NEW DATE.
Presentation by Professor Kris Wauters, Faculté de droit et de criminologie, Centre Montesqieu d'études de l'action publique, Collège Thomas More
The significance of corporate groups and their economic and political power can hardly be overestimated. This conference has the problem of corporate groups and regulatory evasion as its overarching topic.
Department of Private Law's seminar series / Company Law Forum
Inaugural lecture by Jukka Mähönen, Department of Private Law
This is a lecture in the Department of Private Law's revitalized seminar series and also a Company Law Forum.
The seminar is open for all interested and will count as obligatory post-qualifying education (obligatorisk etterutdanning) for lawyers.
Presentation by Dr. Kernaghan Webb, Associate Professor of Law and Business in Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Management.
Lecture given by Dr Stelios Andreadakis, School of Law, University of Leicester.
Presentation by Professor Katrin Nyman Metcalf, Head of the Chair of Law and Technology at Tallinn University of Technology .
The seminar is open to all interested parties. Refreshments will be served. For questions, please contact Alla Pozdnakova (email@example.com).
Judge Allan Rosas, from the Court of Justice of the European Union, to give a lecture followed by a Q&A session.
The European Law Conference 2014.
A classical dilemma remains whether the right to free movement is exhausted by the right to equal treatment, in law and in fact, or whether the Treaty rights reach further, and protect individual freedom as such
PhD fellow Stian Øby Johansen will give a brief overview of the negotiations, and point out some of the aspects of the forthcoming treaty that, from a legal perspective, are particularly interesting and controversial. Norway's position with regard to the EU-US negotiations will also be covered.
The seminar is organised by Professor Mads Andenæs, Department of Private Law, University of Oslo and Professor Gudula Deipenbrock, University of Applies Sciences, Berlin. The seminar will be open to scholars and practitioners.
"The Proportionality Principle: Vice or Virtue in the Quest for a Social Europe?" is the title of European Law Conference 2011, held 13th October.
The European Law Network organises an annual European Law Seminar, a full day with speakers from the Network’s membership and further afield, and normally in English.