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Results: 101 - 120 of 121
  • 29 Oct 2012
    Article by ACELG member Cseres quoted in Opinion Advocate General ECJ

    Kati Cseres’ article on 'The impact of regulation 1/2003 in the new Member States' has been referred to by AG Cruz Villalón in his opinion deliverd on 25th October 2012 in case C-32/11

  • 28 Sep 2012
    Kathalijne Buitenweg appointed Member of National Human Rights Institute

    Kathalijne Buitenweg, former MEP and currently Ph.D. fellow at ACELG, has been appointed Member of the newly created National Human Rights Institute (College van de Rechten van de Mens) in the Netherlands

  • 17 Sep 2012
    Vigjilenca Abazi receives Fulbright Research Grant

    ACELG Ph.D. fellow will spend academic year 2013-2014 in the U.S.

  • 17 Sep 2012
    Deirdre Curtin speaks at EUI conference in honour of Peter Mair

    Three-day conference commemorates EUI scholar Peter Mair

  • 9 Sep 2012
    Elaine Fahey participates in roundtable on cyber crime and cyber security

    ACELG member Elaine Fahey contributes to workshop organised within UACES funded research network

  • 9 Sep 2012
    Joana Mendes contributes to NYU seminar on Administrative Law

    Seminar explores the question whether EU Administrative Law can serve as a role model

  • 4 Sep 2012
    Nik de Boer wins Prize for Best Master Thesis 2012

    New ACELG Ph.D. fellow wins prize from University of Utrecht for 'a top achievement on the crossroads of constitutional law and philosophy'

  • 3 Sep 2012
    New Ph.D. fellow joins ACELG

    Nik de Boer starts research on divergent fundamental right standards in the EU

  • 30 Aug 2012
    Dr Annette Schrauwen appointed Professor

    Annette Schrauwen, head of the Department of Public International and European Law, has been appointed to the chair for European integration, in particular citizenship law and history. With this appointment, the Law ...

  • 23 Jul 2012
    Dr Joana Mendes receives prestigious research grant

    ACELG researcher awarded grant of EUR 250,000 for project on EU administrative law

  • 13 Jul 2012
    Inaugural Lecture Professor Leonard Besselink

    On 7 September 2012, Professor Leonard Besselink will deliver his inaugural lecture. Leonard Besselink will join ACELG as of from August 2012.

  • 19 Jun 2012
    Honorary Membership bestowed on Deirdre Curtin

    Irish Women Lawyers Association celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the Association

  • 18 Jun 2012
    Christina Eckes invited to teach at College of Europe

    Bruges, 2 July 2012

  • 11 Jun 2012
    Joana Mendes runner-up for Faculty Prize for Best Publication 2011

    ACELG senior researcher Joana Mendes wins prize by UvA Faculty of Law for her publication on Participation and the Role of Law

  • 7 Jun 2012
    Michael Frese wins Young Writers Award 2011

    Ph.D.scholar Michael Frese, member of ACELG and ACLE, wins the Young Writers Award 2011 of 'World Competition' for article on EU Competition Law

  • 3 Jun 2012
    Michael Frese invited for presentation on Decentral Enforcement of EU Competition Law

    Amsterdam, 05 June 2012

  • 3 Jun 2012
    Published: The agency phenomenon in the European Union

    Comprehensive analysis of the agency phenomenon in the EU co-edited by Madalina Busuioc published by Manchester University Press

  • 22 May 2012
    Elaine Fahey visiting researcher at University of Michigan Law School

    Dr Elaine Fahey spends fall semester 2012/2013 at Center for International and Comparative Law to pursue her research on transatlantic relations and the role of law.

  • 22 May 2012
    Joana Mendes invited to Sciences Po workshop on French administrative procedure

    Paris, 13 June 2012

  • 23 Mar 2012
    Prof. Leonard Besselink appointed Professor of Constitutional Law at University of Amsterdam

    Constitutional law cannot be comprehended anymore without taking into account the influences of globalization, internationalization and Europeanization. This is why a substantial part of Besselink's resarch will take ...