19th Dubrovnik Jean Monnet Seminar ‘Advanced Issues of European Law’
Topic: ‘Impacts of COVID-19 on EU Law’
24-28 April 2022
Inter University Center, Dubrovnik
The 19th session of the Jean Monnet Seminar will focus on the topic “Impacts of COVID-19 on EU Law”.
Paper proposals may cover a variety of topics including, but not limited to:
- Influence of COVID-19 on free movement in the EU
- Next Generation EU recovery fund
- COVID-19 and EU migration law
- Impact of COVID-19 on EU's public health policy
- COVID-19 and EU fundamental rights.
Structure of the Seminar
The Seminar entails two parts – talks by prominent speakers (professors and CJEU members) and presentations by PhD candidates and early-career academics.
This year's Seminar also entails a round table discussion titled: 'The EU General Court: Rule of Law and Vigilance of Individuals at Times of Crises'.
Chair: Judge Tamara Perišin, Court of Justice of the EU: General Court
Panelists: Prof. Nathan Cambien, référendaire, Court of Justice of the EU: General Court
Dr. Ilektra Antonaki, référendaire, Court of Justice of the EU: General Court
Discussant: Cyril Cohendy, legal assistant, Court of Justice of the EU: General Court
Organisers welcome junior researchers interested in presenting a paper dealing with the topic of the Seminar. Candidates are invited to apply by submitting a paper proposal (500 words max) and a CV by 1 February 2022 to email@example.com.
A limited number of grants will be available.
Alberto Allemano, HEC Paris
Ilektra Antonaki, référendaire, Court of Justice of the European Union: General Court
Nika Bačić Selanec, University of Zagreb
Nathan Cambien, référendaire, Court of Justice of the European Union: General Court
Cyril Cohendy, legal assistant, Court of Justice of the EU: General Court
Tom Gerald Daly, University of Melbourne
Iris Goldner Lang, University of Zagreb
Adam Łazowski, University of Westminster
Joelle Grogan, Middlesex University London
Tamara Perišin, Judge, Court of Justice of the European Union: General Court
Ellen Vos, Maastricht University
Sybe A. de Vries, Utrecht University
For submitting paper proposals and CVs please, as well as for all information about the Seminar, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dubrovnik Seminar is organized by the EU Law Department of the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law. The seminar is financed with the support of the University of Zagreb Faculty of Law, Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung and the Erasmus+ Programme.