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Michaelmas Term




Wednesday 11 October 2006

Mr Francesco de Cecco

University of Newcastle

State Aid and the Internal Market

Wednesday 18 October 2006

Dr Tonia Novitz

University of Bristol

Confining Free Movement by Reference to Human Rights: the Implications for Labour Law

Wednesday 25 October 2006


 There will be no seminar this week

Wednesday 1 November 2006

Ms Joanna Flower

Legal Advisor, DTI

 Negotiating European Legislation: the Services Directive

Wednesday 8 November 2006

Professor Tamara K Hervey

University of Nottingham

The Current Legal Framework on the Right to Seek Healthcare Abroad in the European Union

Wednesday 15 November 2006

Professor Olivier de Schutter

Université catholique de Louvain

The New Architecture of Fundamental Rights in the Union and the Theory of Governance

Wednesday 22 November 2006

Professor Tom Gibbons

University of Manchester

Regulatory Competition and the Protection of Cultural Diversity

Lent Term




Wednesday 24 January 2007

Mr Philipp Werner

Associate, Howrey LLP, Brussels and Paris

 Fiscal State Aid

Wednesday 31 January 2007

Mr Kyriakos Fountoukakos

Partner, Herbert Smith LLP

 Judicial Review and the EC Merger Control

Wednesday 7 February 2007

Mr Nicholas Bamforth

The Queen's College, Oxford

Impermissible Discrimination: A Comparison Between Approaches Used by the European Courts of Justice and Human Rights

Wednesday 14 February 2007

Dr Robert Schuetze

University of Durham

EC Law and International Agreements of the Member States- An Ambivalent Relationship?

Wednesday 21 February 2007

Ms Suzanne Kingston

University of Leiden and University of Cambridge

The Boundaries of Sovereignty: The ECJ's Controversial Role Applying Internal Market Law to Tax Measures

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Wednesday 28 February 2007

Professor Conor Gearty

London School of Economics

Human Rights in the European Legal Order: A New and Dangerous Hierarchy?

Wednesday 7 March 2007

Professor Johan Meeusen

University of Antwerp

"What has it  got to do necessarily with the European Union?"- International Family Law and (Economic) Integration


Wednesday 14 March 2007

Professor Stefano Giubboni

University of Florence

Free Movement of Persons and European Solidarity