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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.
4 Feb 2020 15:00 - 16:30
On 4 February 2020, ACELG director Christina Eckes will give a CLEER lecture at the T.M.C. Asser institute in The Hague, entitled 'The Autonomy of the EU Legal Order.' She argues that the Court of Justice of the ...
18 Feb 2020 15:30 - 17:00
In her lecture ACES-ACELG visiting fellow Tammy Hervey (University of Sheffield) will talk about the external effects of Brexit for health and health care, with a particular focus on the European Union.
9 Mar 2020 15:30 - 17:00
Madalina Busuioc (Leiden University) is Associate Professor at the Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University. She is also a Research Associate at the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation (CARR) of ...
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21 January 2020
Kati Cseres (ACELG) and Or Brook (University of Leeds) won funding from the UK’s ESRC Impact Acceleration Account for their project ‘The Priority-Setting Project: Rethinking EU And National Competition Law ...
17 December 2019
Our guest speaker Elaine Fahey (City, University of London) speaks to us about her work in mapping the EU's global ambitions, the EU's promotion of convergence and its struggle with increasing institutionalisation.
11 December 2019
ACES-ACELG visiting fellow Antoine Vauchez (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne) speaks to us about the influence of the Italian mafia on his early research career, the beauty of his progression as a researcher ...

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.