Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law (EULEN)

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We welcome your initiatives to bring academics and practitioners together and address the challenges for EU law enforcement within the thematic scope of this network.

YRP Seminar: Algorithmic Decision-Making and Enforcement

The EULEN Young Researchers Roundtable will be hosting an online seminar on 20th January 2022, 12pm – 1pm. Angelica Fernandez, PhD candidate at University of Luxembourg, will present her research on challenges brought with the use of algorithmic decision-making systems as an enforcement mechanism for copyright infringements. Dr Sunimal Mendis, Assistant Professor of Intellectual Property Law…

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Call for papers – Protection of the Union’s Financial Interests

Protection of the Union’s Financial Interests: Developments and Challenges in Multi-Level Enforcement Conference of the Jean Monnet Network on EU Law Enforcement (EULEN) 30 May – 1 June 2022 University of Luxembourg CALL FOR PAPERS THEME OF THE CONFERENCE The Conference, organised by the University of Luxembourg in the framework of the Jean Monnet Network…

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Call for Papers – Competition Law

Dear Network, Please see below the call for papers: EU Competition Law Enforcement: Challenges to Be Overcome International Conference of the Jean Monnet Network on EU Law Enforcement (EULEN), University of Warsaw, 27 May 2022 Call for Papers The Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies (CARS) of the Faculty of Management of the University of…

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Master Thesis Award Winner 2021

Congratulations to Aleksander Rzewuski of the University of Warsaw, who is this year’s winner for the Master Thesis Award! The selection committee were impressed by Aleksander’s thesis, ‘Impact of 2016 – 2017 changes in acts on fuel reserves on Polish gas market liberalisation during years 2017 – 2020′. At our online roundtable today,  Aleksander gave…

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Call for Papers – Migration

Dear Network, Please see below the call for papers issued by the University of Deusto: The EU Migration, Border Management and Asylum Reform in the Aftermath of the Refugee Crisis: Towards an Effective Enforcement International Conference of the Jean Monnet Network on EU Law Enforcement (EULEN) 2-3 June 2022 University of Deusto, Bilbao (Spain) CALL…

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Call for Papers

Dear Network, Please see below the call for papers issued by the Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) and the Department of Legal Studies of Università Bocconi of Milan: Call for Papers The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF) and the Department of Legal Studies of Università Bocconi of Milan invite contributions to a workshop on The Enforcement of…

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Bonn Roundtable: New enforcement frameworks in the Union’s policies – first experiences, potentials and challenges

Dear Network, We are happy to announce that our next Roundtable will be held in the University of Bonn, Germany from the 25th of November 2021 to the 26th November 2021. We have panellists joining us for an engaging discussion on the topic of ‘New enforcement frameworks in the Union’s policies – first experiences, potentials…

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Webinar: regulatory powers in the Digital Services Act

We would like to bring this event to your attention:   Regulatory powers in the Digital Services Act – Dr. jur. Heleen Janssen and dr. Ben Wagner Date and time: Wednesday 9 June 2021, 15:00 – 16:30 Click here to register for this webinar. click image to enlarge.

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EULEN Webinar on Artificial Intelligence Systems and EU Law Enforcement

Date: 14 May 2021, 09:00h-13:30h One of the questions that our Network is facing is how EU law enforcement is being transformed by technological innovation. Accordingly, May, 14th from 09:00h-13:30h we will be reflecting on the role, promises and perils of artificial intelligence in various areas of EU law enforcement. The workshop will focus, firstly, on…

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The 2020 JMN EULEN Master Thesis Award Winner

We are happy to announce that Kas Bakx is the winner of the 2020 JMN EULEN Master Thesis Award. The title of his thesis is: “Tightening the screws to enforce independence”. Please have a look at the blog post Kas has written, in which he presents some findings from his master thesis. Utrecht University has…

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