On the first day of the XXVIV FIDE Congress (Wednesday 20 May 2020) in the Hague, Leiden University will host the Young FIDE Seminar in Leiden. At this seminar PhD students and young EU law practitioners are invited to submit, present and discuss papers relating to one of the three main topics of the FIDE Congress.
I. National Courts and the Enforcement of EU law – the pivotal role of national courts in the EU legal order.
II. Data Protection – setting global standards for the right to personal data protection.
III. EU Competition Law and the Digital Economy – protecting free and fair competition in an age of technological (r)evolution.
Young scholars and EU law practitioners outside academia are invited to submit an abstract on one of the three FIDE congress topics.
The abstracts should meet the following criteria:
– The abstract must be submitted in English and emailed to email@example.com;
– The abstract must not exceed 300 words;
– The abstract should be accompanied by a short CV (± one page) of the author.
The FIDE organisation will select a total number of 9 abstracts.
Deadline for submission: 15 December 2019.
Selection of abstracts : no later than 15 January 2020.
Deadline for submission of the selected papers : 15 April 2020.
For more details, click here: CFP Young FIDE seminar 20 May 2020
or visit the FIDE 2020 congress page.