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: “
The European Union’s efforts to approximate substantive criminal law began under the third pillar of the Maastricht Treaty, then amended by the Amsterdam and Nice Treaties. As with other areas of cooperation in criminal matters, this domain has been ‘communitarised’ by the Lisbon Treaty. Since then, it is the area...
Although the EIO Directive is an opportunity for a comprehensive reform of the framework for obtaining evidence in the EU, it remains to be seen whether a solution can be found to reconcile the different positions while at all costs avoiding creating a system that would make the work of judicial officers more complicated than in mutual legal ...
This two-day conference is the first of two events planned in the framework of the ECLAN II project, financed by the European Commission (DG Justice) and the Ministry of Justice of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The purpose of this conference is to present and discuss the latest of counterterrorism policies a...