1165 København K
Konference — The European Union (‘EU’) is currently facing immense challenges, ranging from the financial difficulties brought about by Covid-19, the undermining of the rule of law, and questions of European solidary that the asylum crises has provoked. Integral solutions to such challenges can only be found if the introspective tendencies of the EU legal doctrine are overcome and if EU law is assessed and developed against the broader needs of the European society, the polity, and the market.
Date & Time:
University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Law, Conference/flex room, ground floor, room 8A.0.57, South Campus, Njalsgade 76, DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Danish National Research Foundation's Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts)
This conference aims to create a spirit of interdisciplinarity amongst leading scholars working in the historical, political, sociological and economic study of EU law with the purpose of generating new and innovative propositions for the development of EU law.
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