Little is known about the relationship between Europol and Eurojust. Do they work well together, are duplication of efforts avoided and synergies sought for? The purpose of this conference is to responde to these and other questions, and to reflect on their possible future relationship following the adoption of th...
In a moment when rumours that the Commission might soon table a proposal for a regulation on the European Public Prosecutor Office, it is time to consider what shape this EU body what take and how it will interact with other EU actors in the field.
Do labels still matter ? Blurring boundaries between administrative and criminal law. The influence of the EU
Criminal law has gone through a tremendous evolution over the last decades. As other legal disciplines, criminal law is confronted with a growing blur between legal categories. Various dimensions of such blur have been identified in legal literature. Among these dimensions, the fuzzy boundaries between administrative and criminal la...
Protocol 36 to the Lisbon Treaty gives the UK the right to opt out of all the police and criminal justice measures adopted under the Treaty of Maastricht ahead of the date when the Court of Justice of the EU at Luxembourg will acquire jurisdiction in relation to them.The conference analyses the implications of suc...
Terrorist blacklisting: inevitable reform? Squaring the circle: protecting sensitive security information whilst respecting righ
Full title: "Terrorist blacklisting: inevitable reform? Squaring the circle: protecting sensitive security information whilst respecting rights of the defence (theory and practice)" In the occasion of the launch of the book: “