Continuation of the EJTN Administrative Law Webinar Series on Jurisprudence Updates
Most important decisions of the European Court of Justice relevant for Administrative Judges
3 Episodes scheduled in May 2021 at 10:00 h Brussels time:
- 3rd of May: European Court of Justice - Case Law on Public Procurements
- 5th of May: European Court of Justice - Case Law on the Damages Directive
- 10th of May: European Court of Justice - Case Law on Asylum Law
The European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) is glad to announce the upcoming three new episodes part of the webinar series organised under the EJTN Administrative Law portfolio offer on “Jurisprudence Updates: most important decisions of the European Court of Justice relevant for Administrative Judges”. This project, started in 2020 with the implementation of four sessions on the topics of Tax Law, State Aid, Environmental Law and Data Protection, will continue this year analysing other important matters: Public Procurements, the Damage Directive and Asylum Law.
The goal of this webinar series is to provide with a wide spectrum of the most recent developments of the case-law from the European Court of Justice in different fields of interest, especially for Administrative Judges.
Each episode will foresee the participation of leading experts and practitioners in the field, who will guide participants through the most important recent cases.
Registering once allows to follow all the three webinars.
Each episode will be recorded so to be accessible in the future for didactic purposes.
Each webinar will be held always at 10:00 h Brussels time and last 1h and 30 minutes as follows:
- 15 minutes introduction
- 45 minutes presentation
- 30 minutes for questions and answers.
By 26th of April interested participants can register directly in the EJTN Online System of Participants (OSP) via the link below. Registered participants will receive the links to access the respective webinar rooms via e-mail by the 30th of April 2021.
Click here to register.
For this online event, registration form should be compiled as follows:
- Mode of transport: other
- Participant status: foreign participant
- Transport and per-diem refund type: not claiming reimbursement
For any question abut the events, please contact Ms. Giulia Carpentieri.
3rd of May: Ms. Ana Carla Teles Duarte Palma, Administrative judge at Administrative Court of Appeal of the South (Lisbon)
5th of May: Ms. Vlatka Butorac Malnar (LL.M, PhD), Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka, Croatia.
10th of May: Ms. Suzana Tavares da Silva, Judge at the Administrative Supreme Court of Portugal
Mr. Fernando Duarte, Judge at the Administrative Court of Appeal of Oporto and Trainer at the Judicial School of Lisbon and Ms. Giulia Carpentieri, Project Manager at the European Judicial Training Network – EJTN