ARENA Tuesday Seminar: Neil Walker and Julio Baquero Cruz
In the extended Tuesday Seminar held on 28 April 2015, which was also ELJ's For and Against Series #2, Prof. Neil Walker from Edinburgh Law School and Julio Baquero Cruz from the European Commission discussed constitutional pluralism.
The extended seminar included two presentations. The speakers gave short opposing lectures on constitutional pluralism as a theory to understand EU law.
The seminar was organised in cooperation with the European Law Journal (ELJ) and was the second event in the ELJ's For and Against Series.
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Is constitutional pluralism still relevant to make sense of the constitution of the European Union?
Constitutional Pluralism in Europe: Growing Pains, Geriatric infirmity or Mature Condition? (pdf - restricted access)
The Idea of Constitutional Pluralism Revisited (pdf- restricted access)
Julio Baquero Cruz
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The ELJ's For and Against Series
Most academic writing comes in the form of a long monologue. But all fundamental problems are by definition complex both in factual and in normative terms. The For and Against Series of the European Law Journal aims at thinking problems in between two opposite views. Each session is organised around one topic and two speakers who will engage with each other and will encourage the audience and later the readership to look at the two (or more) sides of each fundamental question being debated.
ELJ's For and Against Series #1 is co-organized by the Department of Public and International Law at UiO's Law Faculty on 27 April at 12:00.