Places are strictly limited and those interested must register interest first with Stephen Hitchcox (S.M.Hitchcox@city.ac.uk) and await confirmation.
This workshop focuses upon the place of the EU in the world and global trade and examines how to model convergence. The workshop explores: who and what are the subjects and objects of convergence as to the EU and the world? How do ‘court-centric’ and less ‘court-centric’ approaches differ? How and should we understand the EU’s bilateral, multi-lateral and inter-organisational practice as convergence?
Organiser: Elaine Fahey, City Law School, City, University of London
Fabian Amtenbrink, Erasmus Law School, Rotterdam
Diamond Ashiagbor, Institute for Advanced Legal Studies (IALS), London
Aakriti Bhardwaj, School of Law, University of Nottingham
Anu Bradford, Columbia Law School
Paul Cardwell, University of Strathclyde
Chijioke Chijioke-Oforji, City Law School
Elaine Fahey, City Law School
Mauro Gatti, University of Luxembourg
David Henig, European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE)
Frank Hoffmeister, European Commission
Jeff Kenner, School of Law, University of Nottingham
Sam Lowe, Centre for European Reform (CER)
Alice Manzini, Birmingham Law School
Isabella Mancini, City Law School
Jed Odermatt, City Law School
Fergal O’ Regan, EU Ombudsman
Enrico Partiti, Tilburg Law School
Francesco Pennisi, Erasmus Law School Rotterdam
Gabriel Siles-Brúgge, University of Warwick/ House of Commons International Trade Committee
Steven Schooner, George Washington University Law School
Anne Thies, University of Reading
Marijn van der Sluis, Erasmus Law School, Rotterdam
Ramses Wessel, University of Twente
The programme can be found here.
The poster for the event can be found here.
This event has been co-funded by EUTIP Horizon 2020 MSC ITN and HEIF. For more information on the EUTIP project click the logo below.
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When and where
9.00am - 5.15pmFriday 2nd November 2018