Thanks again to those of you who participated at our first brown bag lunch seminar in London on 16 May. It was great to see you, and we are delighted that everyone seemed to enjoy the format of our meeting, which allowed for a very interesting and lively discussion of recent sanctions cases. For those of you who could not attend the seminar, please note that Maya Lester (Brick Court Chambers) and Piet are organising a conference on sanctions later this year. We will keep you posted and would like to draw your attention to the blog on sanctions, which Maya set up together with Michael O’Kane: http://europeansanctions.com/
We would also like to invite you to our second lunch time seminar, which will take place on Thursday 6 June, at UCL Faculty of Laws (Endsleigh Gardens, London WC1H 0EG), from 12:30 to 14:00. We will be looking at the European Court of Justice’s decision C-370/12, Thomas Pringle v Governement of Ireland, Ireland and The Attorney General of 27 November 2012, and are happy to announce that Professor Alan Dashwood (University of Cambridge, City University London) has kindly agreed to open our discussion with some introductory remarks.
It would be great if you could let Piet or me know if you are planning to come along.