The LUMSA University, as part of the European Erasmus + Program and Jean Monnet activities, launched the EU Approach to Better Regulation project in September 2016, proposing a 40-hour course Continue Reading
The ignorance or misinterpretation of the law does not justify the lack of compliance or exempt people from their respective sanctions. But how many people will actually know the legislation Continue Reading
The Australian Productivity Commission’s (PC) retirement system report has laid out a plan to improve the country’s current regulatory model. The conduct regulation arrangements between Australian Securities and Investments Commission Continue Reading
The Center for Studies, Technical and Legislative Evaluation, University of Geneve, is organizing lunch-dabates on legislation, legislative evaluation, interdisciplinary research, open not only to lawyers but also members of the Continue Reading
Recent law reforms in Sri Lanka are contributing to reconciliation and good governance. These reforms tackle problems such as missing persons, enforced disappearance and the consolidation of the Auditor General’s Continue Reading
The 2019 and 49th Academic Associatian for Contemporay European Studies (UACES) Annual Conference is being held at the University of Lisbon School of Law, from 1 to 4 September 2019.
The deadline for submiting panel and paper proposals is 20 January 2019.
The Socio – Legal Studies Association (SLSA) and the Scottish Law Comission (SLS), in collaboration with the Law Commission of England and Wales and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Continue Reading
A new Nomos/Hart publication entitled Trade Relations after Brexit has been publised. It was edited by Friedemann Kainer and René Repasi. The exit of the United Kingdom from the EU Continue Reading
A new Nomos/Hart publication entitled The Rise and Fall of the European Constitution has been publised. It was edited by NW Barber, Maria Cahill and Richard Ekins. The Draft European Constitution was Continue Reading
The Portuguese Centro de Competências Jurídicas do Estado – JurisAPP and the OECD are holding a conference on the topic The Road to Regulatory Impact Assessement in Portugal, which will Continue Reading