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Brussels in the shadow of “Better Regulation” – Dr Rachel Minto

Posted on 25 June 2015 by Christopher Burns

The UK is firmly in the grips of debate over its future in the EU.  Meanwhile, in Brussels… Now the political dust has settled following the General Election, the British […]

EU Exchange Wales: Academics and policy-makers discuss Europe by Dr Rachel Minto

Posted on 23 February 2015 by Christopher Burns

The Welsh Government offices are but a stone’s throw from the back door of the University’s Law Building. For many of us in these two institutions, the European Union (EU) […]

Enforcement of EU Law: is there anything new under the sun? (PART 1) – Dr Melanie Smith and Dr Sara Drake

Posted on 5 September 2014 by Alison Tobin

There is little positive commentary in the media regarding the enforcement of EU obligations (or the EU more generally of course) despite the fact that member states’ infringements tend to […]

ECJ Ruling Helps Spanish Mortgage Holders – Dr. Cliona Kelly

Posted on 30 April 2013 by Christopher Burns

In November 2012 in Spain, public anger at the number of repossession orders issued against homeowners in arrears resulted in an agreement being reached with banks to suspend evictions of […]

Europe’s Nobel Prize. Deserved or Not?

Posted on 21 November 2012 by Alison Tobin

Centre for European Law and Governance - Round Table Speakers: Prof. Alistair Cole: 'The European Union and the Reconciliation of Europe' Prof. Jiri Priban: 'Europe’s Perpetual Peace – Sweet Dreams […]