On 11 December 2013, the Institute for the Study of European Law (ISEL) hosted Professor Alexander Somek, Charles E. Floete Chair in Law at the College of Law, The University of Iowa, USA. The topic of his seminar was ‘The darling dogma of bourgeois Europeanists’. Professor Somek examined the belief that national democracies are inherently deficient on democratic … Continue reading
Date and Time: 4th December at 1.00pm Venue: Room AG05, College Building. We are delighted to welcome Professor Laurent Pech to speak on the future of the rule of law in the EU at the next CLS research seminar. Abstract According to the EU Treaties, the rule of law is both a principle on which … Continue reading
Speaker: Professor Alexander Somek Date: 11th December 2013 Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pm Venue: D112, Social Sciences Building We are excited to announce that Professor Somek will join us in December for an extraordinary seminar on ‘The darling dogma of bourgeois Europeanists’. The presentation will examine the belief that national democracies are inherently deficient on … Continue reading
Seminar report by Dr Ioannis Kalpouzos 13 November 2013 Our International Law and Affairs seminar series continued with what proved to be a very rigorous talk – and ensuing discussion – on the legal status of foreign troops in post-conflict situations. The talk was given by Dr Aurel Sari, a Lecturer at the University of … Continue reading
The City Law School’s International Commercial and Transport Law Group is delighted to announce that Dr Steven Truxal will give the first seminar in this year’s seminars series. On 20th November 2013, Dr Truxal who will give a talk on ‘The proliferation of domestic and regional air passenger rights regimes: a global regulatory response on the … Continue reading
The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: a wasted opportunity for victims of sexual and gender-based violence?
6 November 2013 1pm Room AG06 in College Building. We are delighted to welcome Professor Sarah Williams of the University of South Wales to give the next seminar in our research seminar series. Sarah’s paper will discuss the ‘Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia: a wasted opportunity for victims of sexual and gender-based violence?’ … Continue reading