The Max Planck Institute is one of the most important research centre in Europe.
The New Journal of European Criminal law is the leading international journal on European Criminal Law. It aims at analysing, discussing, defining, developing and improving criminal law in Europe.
The Academy of European law provides training in European law to legal practitioners and scholars. ERA organises conferences and seminars dedicated to different topics connected to EU criminal law.
The Centre is among the most experienced and authoritative think tanks operating in the European Union today.
The objective of the Summer School is to provide participants with an extensive knowledge of EU criminal law in only one week.
The European Criminal Law Review (EuCLR) primary focus is on the evolution of a European criminal law and an intensified cooperation in criminal matters within the European Union.
In close cooperation with ECLAN's academics, Hart has introduced a new series entirely dedicated to European Criminal Law
This database contains records and full-text documents on EU Justice and Home Affairs policy dating back to 1976 when the Trevi Group was set up.