What a Journal Makes: As we say goodbye to the European Law Journal

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On January 31st, the Editorial and Advisory Boards of the European Law Journal resigned en masse from their positions in protest after the publisher, Wiley, decided that it was not willing to ‘give away’ control and authority over editorial appointments and decisions to the academics on the journal’s Boards. We recount our small act of resistance...

Call for Papers: "Shaping the Future of Europe" (Conference – Salzburg, 27-28 February 2020) – Deadline: 1 September 2019

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The 3. Tagung junger Europarechtler*innen – 3rd Young European Law Scholars Conference invites Young European Law Scholars, i.e., scholars who have not yet secured a full professorship, but also young scholars from related disciplines such as political science, sociology, economics, and philosophy for a debate on...

The Most Read Contributions in 2018 Published in European Papers – A Journal on Law and Integration

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The titles listed below are the top ten most read pieces in 2018, respectively from the Journal and from the Forum. In our view, the value of these lists is merely statistical. They identify the topics that have drawn most attention in the year that is about to expire. Unsurprisingly, issues such as immigration, Euro crisis, data protection, represent the...

Call for Papers: "EU External Relations after Brexit. Implications under EU and International Law" (Workshop – Salamanca, 7-8 March 2019) – Deadline: 30 November 2018

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Prof. Juan Santos Vara (Jean Monnet Chair in EU External Action, University of Salamanca) and Prof. Ramses A. Wessel (University of Twente and Centre for the Law of EU External Relations - CLEER) organise a Workshop on the EU External Relations after Brexit - Implications under EU and International Law. It will take place at the Facultad de...

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