Summer Course: Europeanisation of Administrative Law in the Member States
From 26 to 30 June 2017 a summer course on Europeanisation of administrative law in the Member States of the European Union will be held by the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law.
During this summer course information will be gathered on the impact of Union law on national administrative law in the EU Member States - undoubtedly an issue that currently attracts a great deal of interest. National administrative law is affected in a number of ways by EU law. Does this Europeanisation of national administrative law cause legal and practical problems in the national legal orders, and are more general European rules of administrative law necessary and desirable?
In the last week of June, 28 participants from no fewer than 10 countries will meet to consider these developments. The week’s activities will focus around lectures to be given by a number of academics and judges from the EU Member States, including Sacha Prechal - the Dutch judge at the European Court of Justice.
The summer course has been organised by Willemien den Ouden, Professor of Constitutional and Administrative Law at Leiden Law School, and Jacobine van den Brink, Professor of European and National Administrative Law at Maastricht University. The summer course is funded by the Municipality of The Hague. More information can be found on our website.