Past sessions

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of European public law teaching for almost twenty years.

Past sessions

2005 STUDY SESSION

The 2005 study session took place from 4 September – 24 September 2005, 2005 and included the following lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Prof. Gerard Timsit (Université de Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne), “Justice et Politique” (Week I, II and III); 4 September – 24 September, 2005

SEMINARS

• Prof. B. de Ayala and Dr. S. Guerreiro (University of Lisbon), “Religious Freedom” (Week I);
• Prof. Flora Goudappel (Erasmus University of Rotterdam), “Public Law and Information Technology” (Week II);
• Prof. D. Mahncke (College of Europe, Bruge), “Foreign, Security and Defence Policy of the EU” (Week III);

2006 STUDY SESSION

The 2006 study session took place from3 September – 23 September 2006and included the following lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Prof. Gunter Puttner (Universitat Tubingen), “The Economic Development in Europe under the Rules of the EU” (Week I, II and III); 4 September – 21 September, 2006

SEMINARS

• Prof. Aldo Travi (Università Cattolica di Milano), “”Droit de l’Energie” (Week I); 4 September – 8 September, 2006
• Prof. Matteo Gnes (Università di Urbino), “EU Citizens’ Rights in European Administrative Integration” (Week II); 11 September – 15 September, 2006
• Dr. Hans-Martin Koopmann, Jur. Mag. (Attorney at law, Hamburg, Germany), “Public Law and Risk” (Week III); 18 September – 22 September, 2006

2007 STUDY SESSION

The 2007 study session took place from 2 September – 22 September, 2007and included the following lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Prof. Sabino Cassese (La Sapienza, Rome), “Judge at the Italian Constitutional Court” (Week I, II and III);

SEMINARS

• Prof. Marie Claire Ponthoreau (Université de Bordeaux Montesquieu IV), “Principes Constitutionnels Communs et Culture Constitutionnelles en Europe” (Week I);
• Prof. Martin Nettesheim (University of Tubingen), “Public Services in the EU” (Week II);
• Prof. Oswald Jansen (University of Utrecht), “Administrative Sanctioning in the EU” (Week III);

2008 STUDY SESSION

The 2008 study session took place from 31 August– 20 September 2008and included the following lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Prof. Mario Chiti (Università degli Studi di Firenze), “Guarantees of Citizens” (Week I, II and III);

SEMINARS

• Prof. Olivier Dubos (Université de Bordeaux Montesquieu IV), “L’Union Européenne et les Garanties non-Jurisdictionelles des Droits des Citoyens” (Week I);
• Prof. Carmen Plaza Martin (University of Castilla-La Mancha), “Effective Judicial Protection and Interim Measures in European Administrative Law” (Week II);
• Dr. Hans-Martin Koopmann (Lehmann RechtsanwaltePartnerschaft), “Civil Guarantees” (Week III);

2009 STUDY SESSION

The 2009 study session included the following lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSES

• Professor J.B. Auby (Institute d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, Science Po), “Globalisation et Droit Publique”
• Professor M. Fromont (Université Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne), “La Justice Administrative dans les États Européens”

SEMINARS

• Professor L. Azoulai (Université Paris II, Panthéon-Assas), “Le Droit de l’Intégration Européenne en Temps de Crise”
• Professor M. Conticelli (Università degli studi di Roma Tor Vergata),”Public Powers and the Global Economy”
• Professor I. Wendt (Erasmus University of Rotterdam), “EC Competition Law in Comparative Perspective”

2010 STUDY SESSION

The 2010 study session included the following lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSES

• Professor ServuloCorreia (University of Lisbon), “Administrative process: the dignitary and the instrumentalist approaches”

SEMINARS

• Dr. Vasilis Kondylis (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), “L’européanisation du droit constitutionnel après le Traité de Lisbonne”
• Ass. Professor Merio Savino (University of Tuscia-Viterbo),”The administrative law of the foreigner”
• Ass. Professor Elaine Mak (Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Law), “Judicial decision-making and the rule of law”

2011 STUDY SESSION

The 2011 study session took place from 29 August – 16 September, 2011 and included the following lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Prof. Olivier Dubos (Université Montesquieu – Bordeaux IV), “Le droit administratif et les situations transnationales” (Week I); 29 August – 5 September, 2011 (09:00 – 12:00)
• Prof. Jacqueline Dutheil de la Rochère “Droit administratif européen: problèmes choisis” (Weeks II – III); 6 September – 16 September, 2011 (09:00 – 12:00)

SEMINARS

• Dr. Helena Raulus (Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid), “Europe of Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: Issues for National Authorities” (Week I); 29 August – 2 September, 2011 (12:30 – 14:30)
• Prof. David Duarte (Universidade de Lisboa), “Administrative discretion: an analytical approach” (Week II); 5 September – 9 September, 2011 (12:30 – 14:30)
• Prof. Krzysztof Wojtyczek (Uniwersytet Jagielloński), “Comparative judicial review” (Week III); 12 September – 16 September, 2011 (12:30 – 14:30)

2012 STUDY SESSION

The 2012 study session took place from 3September to 21 September, 2012and included the following lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSES:

• Professor Gerdy Jurgens (University of Utrecht), “The division between public and private law from a comparative perspective”, Dates: Week I (3 – 7 September)
• Professor Philippe Nélidoff (Toulouse 1 University Capitole), “Religion and Public Law: the notion of French secularism between freedom of religion and public neutrality”, Dates: Week II and III (10 – 21 September)

SEMINARS

• Professor Gunilla Edelstam (Sodertorn University), “Administrative Procedure of the Public Authorities: Can it be Objective and Impartial? – Basic rules and principles at the national level and the influence of the Convention on Human rights and the EU-charter of Fundamental Rights.”, Dates: Week I (3 – 7 September)
• Professor Luis Medina Alcoz (Complutense University of Madrid),”Damages and Theory of State Liability”, Dates: Week II (10 – 14 September)
• Professor Yannis Ktistakis (Faculty of Law, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece), “Judicial Protection of human rights in the European legal order”, Dates: Week III (17 – 21 September)

2013 STUDY SESSION

The 2013 study session took place from 26 August to 14 September and included the following lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Mr. Guy De Vel, Former Director General of Legal Affairs of the Council of Europe – “Le Conseil de l’Europe; ses Activités dans le Domain Juridique et du Droit Publique” (26.08 – 12.09.2013);

SEMINARS

• Prof. Vincenzo Ferraro, University of Florence – “The consular and diplomatic protection of the European Citizen: the European Union law and the national legal system” (26.08 – 28.08.2013);
• Dr. Johanna Engström, DG Justice, European Commission – “Judicial review in the European Union” (02.09 – 06.09.2013);
• Prof. Lorenzo Martin Retortillo, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain; – “Freedom of Speech and Right to Privacy (A case study of the European Court of Human Rights)” (09.09 – 11.09.2013)

2014 STUDY SESSION

The 2014 study session took place from August 25 to September 13, 2014 and included the following Lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Prof. Domenico Sorace and Prof. Simone Torricelli (University of Florence), on “Public authorities’ liability in tort: introduction on judicial protection against public authorities”

SEMINARS

• Prof. Jacobine van den Brink (University of Leiden), on “The implementation of European subsidy schemes in the Member States: legal problems and challenges”
• Prof. Jaap de Zwaan (Erasmus University Rotterdam),on “The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: The Justice and Home Affairs cooperation in the European Union”
• Prof. Bernardo Diniz de Ayala (Catholic University of Portugal) and Dr. Mafalda Ferreira, on “Public Contracts”.

You can find some of the lectures provided here

2015 STUDY SESSION

The 2015 study session took place from August 24 to September 12, 2015 and included the following Lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Prof. Christos Gortsos (Panteion University of Athens), on “the Making of the European banking Union”

SEMINARS

• Prof. Julian V. Roberts (University of Oxford), on “Sentencing in Common Law Jurisdictions”
• Dr. Siobhan McInerney-Lankford (World Bank),on “Human Rights and Development: Legal and policy consideration with a focus on the experience of the EU”
• Prof. Elaine Mak (Erasmus University Rotterdam), on “Rule-ofLaw institutions in the evolving European context”.

• Dr. Vincenzo Ferraro (University of Florence), on “The Supranational Legal orders and the internal Public Law: The examples of the citizenship notion and of the consular and diplomatic protection in the interaction between the different legal systems”

You can find some of the lectures provided here

2016 STUDY SESSION

The 2016 study session took place from August 22 to September 11, 2016 and included the following Lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Prof. Gordon Anthony (Queen’s University Belfast) and Prof. Spyridon Vlachopoulos (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), on “The Law of the Public Interest”
Dates: Week I – III (August 22 – September 8)

SEMINARS

• Prof. Stefano Maffei (University of Parma), on “European Human Rights Law”
Dates: Week I (August 22 – 26)
• Prof. Eleftheria Neframi (University of Luxembourg),on “Judicial Implementation of EU Law”
Dates: Week II (August 29 – September 2)
• Prof. Constantinos Kombos (University of Cyprus),on “European Public Law and EU Constitutional Principles”
Dates: Week III (September 5 – 6)

You can find some of the lectures provided here

2017 STUDY SESSION

The 2016 study session took place from August 21 to September 10, 2017 and included the following Lectures:

GENERAL LECTURE COURSE

• Prof. Saskia Sassen (Robert S. Lynd Professor of Sociology, Co-Chair of The Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University) On “A Third Emergent Migrant Subject Unrecognized In Law”
Dates: Week I (Week I, August 24,)
• Prof. Iannis Mourmouras (Deputy Governor of the Bank of Greece) “The political economy of Europe’s monetary union: an update”
Dates: Week II (August 30)

EGPL REUNION

Participation in the Annual Reunion of the European Group of Public Law
Dates: Week III (September 8 – 9)