Between European Law and International Relations
Between European Law and International Relations is an interdepartmental collaboration between the Oxford Law Faculty and the Department of Politics and International Relations.
Its speakers series represents cooperation between the Institute of European and Comparative Law (Oxford Law Faculty) and the Centre for International Studies (DPIR) and the European Studies Centre at St Antony’s College. It aims at bringing together scholars engaged in EU related research and stimulating interdepartmental conversation on the topical issues of Europe.
Prof. Kalypso Nicolaidis (Department of Politics and International Relations)
Dr. Anzhela Yevgenyeva (Law Faculty and Oxford Centre for Business Taxation)
Week 5: 11th November (Wednesday), 13.00-14.00, Lecture Room VII, Brasenose College
'How do we decide whether the courts of a Member State escape the Court of Justice of the European Union?'
Prof. Morten Broberg, Jean Monnet Chair, University of Copenhagen
Week 8 TT: 10th June 2015 (Wednesday) in cooperation with EUK@Ox
'The accession of the EU to the ECHR: A Controversy around the ECJ judgment'
Prof. Daniel Halberstam, University of Michigan Law School
Mr. Michel Petite, Clifford Chance (former Director-General of the Legal Service of the European Commission)
Prof. Jan Komárek, London School of Economics and Political Science
Week 1 TT: 29th April 2015 (Wednesday), 13.00-14.00, White & Case Lecture Theatre, Law Faculty
'Walking a Blurry Line: Third Country Nationals in the EU between Disconnected Inclusion Narratives and European Citizenship's Demoicratic Promise'
Dr. Francesca Strumia, School of Law, University of Sheffield
Week 0 TT: 24th April 2015 (Friday), 12.30-14.00 (Public Lecture), 14.00-15.00 (Book Manuscript Workshop), Seminar Room, European Studies Centre
'Economic Governance in Europe: Comparative Paradoxes and Constitutional Challenges'
Prof. Federico Fabbrini, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
Week 4 HT: 13th February 2015 (Friday), 13.00-14.00, Senior Common Room, Law Faculty
'The EU as Administrative Governance and Demoicracy'
Prof. Peter L. Lindseth, University of Connecticut School of Law
Week 2 TT: 7th May 2014 (Wednesday), 13.00-14.00, the Cube, Law Faculty
'Why Nordic Majoritarian Democracies Have Escaped the European Court of Justice'
Prof. Marlene Wind, University of Copenhagen
Justice and Democracy beyond the State: Lessons from and for Europe
This collaborative programme between the Law School, the Department of Politics & International Relations and the Philosophy Department and Nuffield College at the University of Oxford aims to engage in a sustained conversation around what Philippe Van Parijs has referred to as the Rawls-Machiavelli Programme. Justice and Democracy beyond the State's aim is to bring together people interested in legal and political philosophy with those interested in Europe for a discussion about where these areas meet both theoretically and practically.
Duration (5 years): 2011-2016
Convenors: Pavlos Eleftheriadis (Law School), David Miller (Department of Politics and International Relations), Kalypso Nicolaidis (Department of Politics and International Relations), Philippe van Parijs (Inter-departmental visiting scholar)
For further detail please see: http://www.politics.ox.ac.uk/cis/cis-research-interdepartmental-project-on-justice-and-democracy-beyond-the-state.html