Durham European Law Institute
Students having a discussion with Judge Koen Lenaerts after the DELI Annual Lecture 2014.
Students participating in the first LLB Dissertation Workshops of the academic year 2014/15.
On Thursday 24th October 2013 Durham European Law Institute (DELI) hosted its first seminar of the 2013/14 academic year, welcoming Dr Charlotte O'Brien from York Law School to deliver a talk entitled "Gender tilts and EU citizenship: Addressing 'female' risks and rights".
On 3rd November 2014 the Durham European Law Institute hosted its first Postgraduate Conversation by Mr Oliver Bartlett on the topic of ‘E-Cigarette Advertising – To regulate or not to regulate?’
On 14th November 2014 the Durham European Law Institute hosted its second PGR Conversation by Ms Ruth Houghton, who delivered a talk entitled: ‘Where are the bees? The European Court of Justice and the Precautionary Principle.’
On 31th October 2013 the Durham European Law Institute (DELI) hosted its second Lunchtime Seminar of the 2013/14 academic year in collaboration with the Institute of Commercial and Corporate Law (ICCL), welcoming Professor Andre Prum from Luxembourg University, who delivered a talk entitled "Should we be afraid of shadow banking?"
The very first PGR Reading Group of DELI was held on 10th of December 2013. Mr Melih Sonmez, a third year PhD Candidate member of the Institute, presented a significant chapter of his research, entitled ‘A Direct Route to the Effective Transparency Regulations in the Financial Markets and the Recent Modifications on the Transparency Directive (2004/109/EC)’.
On 29th April 2014 DELI organised a joint seminar with a fellow Durham research Centre, the Centre of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, which was delivered by Professor Katalin Ligeti of the University of Luxembourg and was entitled “European Public Prosecution Office – Supranational or Collegiate Structure?”
On 19th March 2014, DELI held the first LLM and LLB Students Conference, entitled as ‘Current Issues in EU Law: From Economic Integration to Social Integration’.
On 21st January 2014 the Durham European Law Institute’s very first LLB Students’ Conference took place, which event was organised at the initiative of third year undergraduate students.
DELI had the pleasure of hosting a seminar by Dr Oana Stefan, Senior Lecturer in EU and Public Law at King’s College London on 13th March 2014. The seminar was entitled “Helping loose ends meet?: the judicial acknowledgement of soft law as a tool of multi level governance.”
Professor Derrick Wyatt QC: 'What can the UK reform/renegotiation package really hope to achieve?'
Students at Professor Wyatt's DELI Lunchtime Seminar
A conversation with Professor Derrick Wyatt QC about his experiences at the Court of Justice of the European Union
Students discussing their research at the Second Annual DELI LLB Dissertation Workshop.