As part of its PACO project, the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, in co-operation with the University of Salamanca and the ESIL Interest Group on the EU as a Global Actor, is hosting a half-day seminar to examine the latest developments in EU external relations law. The seminar will take place on Wednesday 26 July 2016, 13:30-19:00 at the Leuven Faculty of Law.
The aim of the seminar is as follows:
[T]o bring together academics and practitioners with a view to a “Chatham House” discussion on the resulting picture in key issues of EU external relations law, such as the role of the institutions in international agreements in the aftermath of the rulings in Mauritius and Tanzania, and the possibility for cross-pillar instruments, the role of values in EU external relations law, as well as the future of mixity in CCP or the Investment Court System.
More information, including the concept of the seminar and the program, is available here.
Participation is free, but prior registration is necessary by 19 July on a first come, first served basis: firstname.lastname@example.org.