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Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance

ACELG is a Faculty Centre of Excellence. It makes high level contributions to the academic and policy debate on legal and governance processes in Europe.
26 Apr 2019 15:00 - 17:00
This workshop will consider consider the meaning and consequences of the autonomy of the EU legal order as proclaimed by the Court of Justice of the European Union in different contexts, including Investor State ...
29 Apr 2019 18:30 - 21:00
On 29 April, ACES and VICES organise the Amsterdam live-stream of the “Maastricht debate” of the candidates for the presidency of the European Commission. The debate will be followed by a discussion with Gareth ...
24 May 2019 11:00 - 12:30
On 24 May at 11.00 hrs ACELG PhD researcher Or Brook will defend her PhD thesis entitled 'Coding non-competition interests under Article 101 TFEU: a quantitative and qualitative study.'
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15 April 2019
Have you recently finished your PhD? Are you interested in a postdoc position to further pursue your research in European law and governance? We would like to invite you to apply for a Marie Curie grant together with ...
10 April 2019
In May and September 2019, the Institute of Legal Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with Kati Cseres (UvA/ACELG), is organising a training programme for Central and Eastern European ...
21 March 2019
After his ACELG guest lecture on 25 February we talk with Massimo Fichera about art as inspiration for academic work, very different thinkers sharing common traits and crisis as catalyst for EU integration.

PhD research

Are you looking to pursue a PhD research project in European public law? Look at the possibilities within ACELG.

EUExplainer.nl

EUExplainer.nl is initiated and driven by members of ACELG. It checks claims about the EU against the legal facts.

The ACELG Blog

On the ACELG Blog, researchers of the centre comment on recent developments in the European Union.
Master's programmes
Master's programmes are one-year programmes leading to a Master of Laws (LLM) degree. For European Law there are the tracks European Competition Law and Regulation and European Union Law.