Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law (EULEN)

EULEN Newsroom

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.

Online lunch discussion: How can we make the EU Single Market resilient?

Date: 29 January 2021, 12.00h-13.00h The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has brought challenges to the proper functioning of the EU Single Market. These challenges include export restrictions among the EU Member States and the closing of borders affecting the free movement of people, products, food supply, to name but a few. How shall we deal with…

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REOPENED Call for Abstracts: Conference on Extradition and Surrender

Leiden University, Utrecht University and Maastricht University are organizing a two day conference on extradition and surrender, offering a venue for practitioners and young scholars to exchange experiences and ideas on these subject matters. The first day focuses on the three streams in a series of corresponding plenary sessions. Each plenary session includes two presentations,…

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EULEN virtual lunch meeting

On 6 July, the first EULEN virtual lunch took place. Stanislaw Tosza, Assistant Professor at Utrecht University, chaired the lunch where Koen Bovend’Eerdt, PhD candidate at Utrecht University, made a short intervention on one of the most pertinent questions of EU enforcement integration: the issue of the determination of the applicable law and the protection…

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Roundtable ‘United we stand: National and supranational law enforcement in defence of the EU budget’

On the 26th of May 2020, the online Roundtable entitled ‘United we stand: National and supranational law enforcement in defence of the EU budget’ inaugurated the activities of EULEN at the University of Luxembourg. Speakers from the Luxembourg Financial Intelligence Unit, Eurojust, OLAF, and academia shared their views on the challenges connected with the protection of…

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Roundtable ‘The EU Migration, Border Management and Asylum Reform in the Aftermath of the Refugee Crisis: Towards an Effective Enforcement?’

As part of a series of roundtables in the first phase of EULEN, the University of Deusto held an entirely virtual roundtable on 12 June 2020 entitled ‘The EU Migration, Border Management and Asylum Reform in the Aftermath of the Refugee Crisis: Towards an Effective Enforcement?’. Despite the difficulties and constraints imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, speakers…

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Luxembourg University: Opening for a PhD in criminal law

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University of Luxembourg has an opening for a PhD in criminal law. Particular interest in Artificial Intelligence and new technologies would be an asset. The term of the assignment is 36 months (full time), extendable to 48 months if required. Deadline for application: 15 July 2020….

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Roundtable ‘United we stand: National and supranational law enforcement in defence of the EU budget’

Date: 26 May 2020 Location: Luxembourg University (Luxembourg) Final programme This Roundtable inaugurates the activities of EULEN at the University of Luxembourg. Led by Utrecht University and composed of nine Universities, the Network brings together academics and practitioners to address the challenges for EU law enforcement in a world without territorial borders. The Roundtable will focus…

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Roundtable ‘Enforcement of EU banking and financial services law: challenges and opportunities’

As part of a series of roundtables in the first phase of EULEN, King’s College London held an entirely virtual roundtable on 3 April 2020 entitled ‘Enforcement of EU banking and financial services law: challenges and opportunities’. Despite the difficulties and constraints imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic, speakers from the European Commission, the European Central…

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