Review of European Administrative Law
), in cooperation with the Department of Administrative Law & Public Administration of the University of Groningen and the Institute of Constitutional and Administrative Law and the Europa Instituut of Utrecht University, is organising a one-day conference on the theme
‘Mutual relation of EU administrative law and national administrative law: top down and bottom-up’
he aim of it is to give researchers dealing with European administrative law the opportunity to present their work (in progress) and to encourage exchange between scholars in the field of European administrative law.
The conference will be held on
3 June 2009
University of Groningen
Welcoming address by the
chair of the Department of Administrative Law & Public Administration, University of Groningen;
Key note by
Prof. Dr. S. Prechal
, member of the editorial board:
‘Competence Creep Through General Principles of EU Law?’.
Presentations of papers, dealing with the specific aspects of mutual relationship of EU administrative law and national administrative law.
Key note by a prominent scholar or practitioner in the field of European administrative law.
The fee of the conference is
€ 100. This fee will be waived for members of the Editorial Advisory Board and subscribers to
and members of the organizing departments of the Universities of Groningen and Utrecht
. The fee covers the conference, lunch, drinks and a copy of the conference materials.
Participants wishing to present papers should submit a CV and a 250-word abstract of their paper to the managing-editor of
Dr. K.J. de Graaf at firstname.lastname@example.org. Abstracts are to be submitted before
1 April 2009
. Selection will be made by the editorial board of
, as soon as possible thereafter. After being selected, participants are expected to submit a full draft paper before
28 May 2009
at the latest. After the conference the Editorial Board will consider the possible publication of selected papers for
Professor of Public Order Law Michel Vols has been awarded a prestigious ERC Starting Grant for his research into the extent to which national and international laws protect people from eviction.
A proposal on the legal constraints and opportunities for the European Union to further its ambitions as an international diplomatic actor has been selected by the European Commission.
Second-year LLB students Reet Varma & Helena Rasch and LLM Public International Law students Jessica Appelmann & Dominique Mollet represented the University of Groningen at the 8th European Human Rights Moot Court Competition.