Tagged: EU law call for papers

Neues aus dem Elfenbeinturm: February 2014

The Image(s) of the ‘Consumer’ in EU Law: Legislation, Free Movement and Competition Law

St. Anne’s College, University of Oxford, 27-28 March 2014. Registration deadline: 28 February 2014.

What Form of Government for the European Union and the Eurozone?

Tilburg Law School, 5-6 June 2014. Deadline : 9 March 2014.

Neues aus dem Elfenbeinturm: Recent calls for papers from January 2014

Neues aus dem Elfenbeinturm: Recent calls for papers from December 2013

12th session of the Jean Monnet seminar in Dubrovnik: The Legal Profession Before and After Accession

Inter-University Centre in Dubrovnik, 13-18 April 2014. Deadline: 15 January 2014.

Seminar & workshops on the rights of Third Country Nationals under EU bilateral treaties

Özyeğin University Faculty of Law, Istanbul 22-23 May 2014. Deadline: 1 March 2014.

Calling calls for papers: Our new category of posts Neues aus dem Elfenbeinturm

Having received from time to time requests to publish EU-law related calls for papers, we have been reflecting at the blog on how to deal with such requests. We would like the blog to remain mainly a forum for discussion on recent developments in EU (case) law, and have noted that – at least based on the statistics – this seems to meet our viewers’ needs as well. At the same time, we also continue to cover political developments and literature related to EU law, so that it would seem unjustified to exclude calls for papers and similar announcements, as they are arguably part and parcel of the academic development of EU law.

In conclusion, we have decided to have a monthly round-up of calls for papers on this blog. We will call this new category of posts – of course to be taken with a grain of salt – Neues aus dem Elfenbeinturm, news from the ivory tower. For you, distinguished readers, this means that you should please feel free to get in touch with us concerning calls for papers for EU law-related (!) topics. However, we kindly ask for your understanding that we will not publish your call immediately and as such, but in a shortened form in our monthly round-up; also, we take the liberty of refusing calls for papers that are in our view not sufficiently relevant for our readership. Looking forward to hearing from you! And now for our first admittedly short round-up… Continue reading