The workshop reflects on the meaning of solidarity in the context of free movement law. Maria Haag explores the shift in the Court of Justice’s jurisprudence in welfare solidarity from a social integration approach to an allegedly ‘neutral’ reliance on secondary rules. Niamh Nic Shuibhne asks whether precise legal obligations can be transposed to the free movement of persons from the more abstract principle of solidarity in EU law. Turning to free movement of goods, Alessandro Petti discusses the relationship between autonomy and solidarity on the basis of the EU Covid-19 vaccines purchase and export mechanism.
European Law Lunch with Niamh Nic Shuibhne, Professor of European Union Law at the University of Edinburgh and visting researcher with the LEVEL project, focusing on the CJEU's judgment in EP v Préfet du Gers.
Doctoral Research Fellow Kristina Stenvik introduces some European legal issues arising out of her PhD project.
The presentation is held by Tiziana Melchiorre, from Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG). She is currently a guest researcher at the University of Tromsø, Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea.
Joint academic lunch between Centre for European law and the Labour law research group.
European Law Lunch with Craig Parsons, Professor of Political Science at University of Oregon and Senior Researcher at ARENA
Workshop with scholars, journalists, news organizations, representatives of digital platforms and others.
The workshop will be held through Zoom and is open for all interested. Please register your participation below!
Professor Tobias Mahler and Associate Professor Sebastian Schwemer will introduce the topic at a joint lunch seminar of the Centre for European Law, the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law, and the research group Markets, Innovations and Competition.
European Law Lunch with Luca Tosoni, PhD Fellow at the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law.