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Brussels – 14.02.2020 – Call for Applications: Early Career Researchers Workshop Convergence and Differentiation in European and Comparative Administrative Law

By a twist of history, European institutions are currently recognising that the EU project requires differentiation in time, manners and space across Member States.[1] Yet, the EU also has to … Continue reading

October 10, 2019

Uber in London: the battle between public and private regulation

via Uber in London: the battle between public and private regulation

July 11, 2019

Research assistant position vacant – „ pan-European general principles of good administration, Council of Europe and its Member States”

The Chair for Public Law, German and European Administrative Law, of the German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer (Prof. Dr. Ulrich Stelkens) announces a vacant full-time position as Research Assistant … Continue reading

June 14, 2019

A Birth of Administrative Sanctions

Administrative sanctions are flexible, variegated and less costly tools of law enforcement if compared to criminal sanctions. Due to these qualities, administrative sanctions abound in contemporary European legal systems. But … Continue reading

June 11, 2019

Brexit as a secession

Originally posted on British association of Comparative law:
Unlike breach, withdrawal from an international treaty is in principle a lawful act. Article 54 of the Vienna Convention on the Law…

April 5, 2019

New publication : D. Dragos, P. Kovač, A. Marseille (eds.), The Laws of Transparency in Action – A European Perspective (Palgrave 2018)

Transparency and freedom of information is a topic that most think they know about, but in reality it has multiple facets that cannot be gauged so easily. There are many … Continue reading

October 11, 2018

Emmanuel Slautsky, L’organisation administrative nationale face au droit européen du marché intérieur, Brussels, Larcier, 2018 (preface Patrick Goffaux)

The legitimacy of the European Union depends on its ability to strike the right balance between further European integration and the preservation of national diversity. Striking such a balance is … Continue reading

August 29, 2018

Conference – The Future of Administrative Law – Paris, 21-22 June 2018

Since its creation in 2007, the Chaire Mutations de l’Action publique et du Droit Public (MADP) of Sciences Po Paris has focused on the legal instruments required for modernising public … Continue reading

April 30, 2018

Call for Papers – Conference ‘Blockchain, Public Trust and Public Law’ – Groningen – November 29-30, 2018

Throughout the world, governments are experimenting with blockchain in different areas. However, it remains a black box to many citizens, public bodies, and companies. This in itself raises concerns for … Continue reading

March 22, 2018

Account – Workshop “‘Fin de siècle’ Administrative Law: Judicial Standards for Public Authorities 1890-1910”

On 1st December 2017, the CoCEAL project (Common core of European administrative law principles, a project funded by the European Research Centre for 2016-2021 and carried out under the academic … Continue reading

January 8, 2018
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