We are contacting you to communicate some upcoming events taking place at the beginning of next summer, with the kind request of disseminating them through your network.
Conference « EPPO the Way Forward: New Potentials and Challenges »
5-6 June 2023
University of Luxembourg
The University of Luxembourg, in collaboration with the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO), is organising a conference on 5 and 6 June to take stock and discuss potentials and challenges that have arisen since the start of the EPPO’s operations two years ago. The Conference will offer the occasion to discuss questions arising out of the ‘implementation’ of the EPPO Regulation in the Member States; the integration of the EPPO into the European Judicial Space; its relations with third partners; and the possibility to extend its material scope of competence to crimes other than the crimes against the financial interests of the EU.
The Conference will feature high-profile speakers from various EU institutions, bodies, offices and agencies, national practitioners, and prominent academic experts.
You can find the programme enclosed herewith.
Registrations at: https://www.eventbrite.fr/e/eppo-the-way-forward-new-potentials-and-challenges-tickets-600122872667
ECLAN Summer School « The EU Area of Criminal Justice »
3-7 July 2023
Brussels, Institut d’études européens (IEE-ULB)
After eighteen editions and some years of Covid-related disruptions, the Summer School is back with a renewed programme and on-site classes (although the option of attending online is still available).
The topic of this year’s Summer School will be the wider and ever-increasing role of EU actors in criminal law, analysed from different angles. Each lecture will be devoted to a topical issue of the EU criminal-law field, which will be addressed by several speakers, thereby complementing the academic perspective with that of practitioners working with EU and national institutions.
Moreover, the evening conference will be devoted to a new issue attracting unprecedented developments in EU criminal law: the role of EU actors in the fight against core international crimes.
Finally, the Summer School will be closed by a special panel hosting several practitioners, allowing participants to discover the career options available to those specialised in EU criminal law.
You can find the current version of the programme in attachment.
For more information (Program), visit the Summer School page: http://www.eclan.eu/en/summer-school-the-eu-area-of-criminal-justice
Application: email to email@example.com, with a CV enclosed.
Tuition fee reductions are available to students and PhD candidates, by presenting a motivation letter.