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

Assistant Professor Joana Mendes participated in a seminar on administrative law hosted by New York University’s School of Law. With her paper entitled ‘Procedural legitimacy between legal geographies and transnational spaces: re-conceptualising decision-making procedures?’, she contributed to session 3 in which the question was raised whether  EU Administrative Law could serve as a role model .

 

The seminar, entitled ‘Toward A Multipolar Administrative Law: A Theoretical Perspective’, had a twofold aim; firstly, to review major changes that have occurred in administrative law over the last 30 or 40 years and to address consequent transformations in the methods used to study this branch of law, and, secondly, to facilitate a collective reflection by scholars from around the world to enhance the creation of new conceptual tools and the use of new theoretical perspectives.

 

The seminar arose out of the continued collaboration between the Jean Monnet Center at NYU School of Law and IRPA (Instituto di ricerche sulla pubblica amministrazione).