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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.
14 Nov 2019 13:00 - 14:30
In this webinar, Nathalie Tocci, will talk about the EU Global Strategy which she wrote on behalf of EU HRVP Federica Mogherini. Tocci will offer insights on the implementation of the EU Global Strategy so far and ...
18 Nov 2019 15:30 - 17:00
Bronwen Morgan (UNSW Law School) will be presenting her latest research exploring the potential of platform cooperativism as a response to the moral critique of markets. She finds that the legal framework for ...
18 Nov 2019 15:30 - 17:00
Bronwen Morgan (UNSW Law School) will be presenting her latest research exploring the potential of platform cooperativism as a response to the moral critique of markets. She finds that the legal framework for ...
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28 October 2019
After their SGEL lecture, Grietje Baars (City, University of London) speaks to us about the long-standing interrelation between international law and (the history of) corporations and their outlook on a societies ...
22 October 2019
Jan BroulĂ­k joined ACELG this summer as Assistant Professor in European Law. He will be teaching and coordinating a variety of master and bachelor courses, and especially competition law.
21 October 2019
In September 2019, Yannick van den Berg started his PhD research at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance and the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law. Yannick will be doing research in the ...

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.