CELS Lunchtime Seminar Series
|Institution:||Faculty of Law|
|Description:||The Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS) at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, runs a series of lunchtime seminars during the Michaelmas and Lent Terms. These seminars provide a platform for the presentation of new ideas by leading scholars from inside and outside the University. The lunchtime seminars address topical issues of European Union Law and Comparative Law, with a view to using collective debate as a forum for developing and disseminating ideas, and producing high quality research publications which contribute to an understanding of major issues in the European Union.
There is a close link between the CELS Lunchtime Seminar series and the Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies (CYELS). Papers generated from most of these seminars are published as articles in the CYELS. Recordings of the seminars are made available via the University Streaming Media Service, and via Apple iTunes U.
For more information see the CELS website at http://www.cels.law.cam.ac.uk/
This collection contains 42 media items.
'Allowing the Right Margin, The European Court of Human Rights and the National Margin of Appreciation Doctrine: Waiver...
'Common Method of Interpretation for a More Harmonized Private Law in Europe - The Challenge to Go Beyond Black-letter...
'Constitutional Pluralism and the European Order: Some Cautionary Remarks' - Professor Emilios Christodoulidis: CELS...
'Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Conflicts in the European Legal Space' - Dr Daniel Augenstein: CELS Seminar
'Introduction to the Pringle case and legal issues which arise from a separate Treaty': Professor Alan Dashwood and Dr...
'Making Europe in Their Image: Communities of Expertise and the Shaping of EU Governance' - Nina Boeger: CELS Seminar
'Practical Aspects of Negotiations among EU Institutions Under the Lisbon Treaty' - Andriana Sukova-Tosheva: CELS...
'Protection Against Acts Adopted by the EU Institutions and Likely to Harm the Environment' - Professor Nicholas De...
'Regulatory Competition in Contract Law: Empirical Evidence and Normative Implications' - Giesela Rühl: CELS Seminar