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Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Reunifying Ireland: An EU law perspective
Nikos Skoutaris, Lecturer in EU law in the University of East Anglia; website on Secessions, Constitutions and EU law . On 23 ...
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
What is the point of minimum harmonization of fundamental rights? Some further reflections on the Achbita case.
Eleanor Spaventa , Director of the Durham European Law Institute and Professor of European Law, Law School, Durham University Rona...
Monday, 20 March 2017
From Austerity Back to Legitimacy? The European Pillar of Social Rights: A Policy Brief
How Juncker can make ‘The European Pillar of Social Rights’ deliver a powerful message that the EU is an area of dignity, autonomy and...
Friday, 17 March 2017
Faith at work: the CJEU’s headscarf rulings
Ronan McCrea* * Senior Lecturer, UCL Faculty of Laws and author of Religion and the Public Order of the Euorpean Union (OUP ...
Tuesday, 14 March 2017
Headscarf bans at work: explaining the ECJ rulings
Professor Steve Peers When can employers ban their staff from wearing headscarves? Today’s rulings of the ECJ have attracted a lo...
Scotland, the EU and ‘indyref2’: the legal issues
Professor Steve Peers Yesterday, Scotland’s First Minister (Nicola Sturgeon) announced the Scottish Government’s wish to start...
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