Archive for the ‘Court of Justice of the European Union’ Category

On October 16, the second year Bachelor Erasmus Honours Law College students travelled to the Court of Justice of the European Union (“ECJ”) in Luxembourg to visit a preliminary ruling at the ECJ. Additionally, the students spoke to Ms Van Engelen, staff worker for Ms. Prechal (for the Dutch judge of the Court of Justice), […]

The Court of Justice of the EU: reconsideration after visiting On the 16th of October 2014, students of the Erasmus Honours Law College visited the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxemburg. The visit was organised by the Department of International and European Union law, in order to deepen our knowledge of the […]

To the relief of many, and surprise of some, the Court of Justice affirmed in Dano (Case C-333/13) in November 2014 that EU citizens cannot just move into a Member State and start taking benefit of its welfare systems. Yes, affirmed is correct. Let’s be clear about this: EU law has never granted the right […]

Case C‑242/13, Commerz Nederland NV v Havenbedrijf Rotterdam NV On September 17, 2014 the Court of Justice of the European Union gave a ruling in case C-242/13 involving the municipality of Rotterdam and the Havenbedrijf Rotterdam NV (HR) – port authority wholly owned by the municipality. The origins of this dispute can be traced back […]

The very recent Horvath and Kiss v Hungary case of the European Court of Human Rights (Court) concerns a complaint under Article 2 of Protocol No. 1 (right to education) read in conjunction with Article 14 (right to equal treatment) of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). In the applicants’ view ‘the improper shunting […]

It is commonplace that international law is fragmented. This originally meant that different legal regimes have been created throughout time, which seem to operate in isolation. However, it has also been realized that in certain instances these regimes overlap, which in turn can lead and has in practice led to conflict of laws. International courts […]


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Decaan ESL

  • Alessandra: Things are getting even more complicated: http://theconversation.com/a-ruling-in-belfast-makes-the-h [...]
  • Alejo: Thank you very much! This year has been inspiring, interesting and simply awesome. It has definitely [...]
  • Sophia: Thank you Mrs. Hey! This master would never be the same without you! [...]
  • Nasha Desbarida: Thank you very much. We started some weeks ago and at the beginning I was like' where do I have to s [...]
  • Ana: Lots of luck to everybody starting this year! Last year was fantastic and the professors in EUR of t [...]