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Comparative public law in Europe

Second Barsea workshop – Brussels – December 16, 2016

Friday 16th December – Morning

8:45-9:00           Registration

9:00-9:30        Welcome and update – Dr Yseult Marique (Essex/Speyer)

9:30-10:40      Session 1) Practitioner and academic perspectives on engagement (Chair: Professor John Bell – Cambridge)

  • Professor Ian Harden (Secretary General of the European Ombudsman (2006-2015), Sheffield): Comparative administrative law and good administration – Codes, model rules and legislation
  • Dr Hanna Schröder (Court of Justice of the European Union, Legal Secretary, Chambers of AG Kokott): Contracts passed by EU Institutions in administrative matters – Identification of practical problems and development of legal solutions within the ReNEUAL-Model-Rule-Project
  • Discussions

10:40-11:10     Coffee Break

11:10-12:30    Session 2) Interactive mapping – known and unkwown engagement opportunities (Chair: Dr Yseult Marique – Essex/Speyer)

  • Dr Mary Guy (Lancaster): Engagement with non-academic actors – Sectoral Regulation in Dutch and English Healthcare
  • Small group discussions
  • Reporting and discussions
  • Adaptation of our action plans

12:30-13:00     Lunch Break

Friday 16th December – Afternoon

13:00-14:30    Session 3) Unpacking engagement (Chair: Professor Ian Harden (Secretary General of the European Ombudsman (2006-2015), Sheffield)


  • Dr Naomi Creutzfeldt (Westminster/Oxford): The ups and downs of building trust: narratives of engaging stakeholders in a research project
  • Dr Sarah Nason (Bangor): Welsh Administrative Justice – Engaging non-academic stakeholders with comparative perspectives on designing and operating an administrative justice system
  • Dr Carlo Panara (John Moore Liverpool): Action research – Identifying and synthesising best practice and promoting change
  • Discussions

14:30-15:45    Session 4) Interactive mapping – brainstorming the engagement interactions (Chair: Professor John Bell – Cambridge)


  • Oliver Butler (Cambridge): Engagement, Researcher Identity and European Data Protection – Developing the Four-Approach Framework for the Public-Private Divide in Information Law
  • Small group discussions
  • Reporting and discussions
  • Adaptation of our action plans

15:45-16:15     Coffee break


16:15-17:15    Session 5) Reflexive steps (Chair: Dr Carlo Panara – John Moore Liverpool)


  • Dr Yseult Marique (Essex/Speyer): Towards the Conference and beyond
  • Professor John Bell (Cambridge) : Title to be confirmed
  • Discussions


17:15-17:30    Conclusions



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