EU and Comparative Law Issues and Challenges
2ND INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE
“EU LAW IN CONTEXT – ADJUSTMENT TO MEMBERSHIP AND CHALLENGES OF THE ENLARGMENT (ECLIC)“
June, 14 - 15 2018
In 2017 Faculty of Law Osijek has organized the first International Scientific Conference „Procedural aspects of EU law’’ that took place on 6th and 7th April 2017 within the project Jean Monnet Chair in EU Procedural Law.
Since Croatia lacks conferences focusing on EU law, young academics and researchers have limited opportunity to present their papers concerning EU law. „Procedural aspects of EU law’’ conference offered them an opportunity to conduct research concerning relevant topics, and the possibility to publish a paper in book of conference proceedings. Although the „Procedural aspects of EU law’’ conference was open for all researches, emphasis was on the region. We had researchers from neighbouring countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Slovenia, Hungary and Macedonia but also from Greece, Luxemburg and Netherlands. In total, we had 50 participants from 9 countries, altogether 41 presentations at the conference. Submitted papers that were accepted, went through peer review procedure and were published in the book of Conference proceedings “Procedural aspects of EU Law’’ as part of the EU and comparative law issues and challenges series – ECLIC. The book is available on-line at http://jeanmonnet-eupl.pravos.hr/pages/jean-monnet-konferencija-2017-jean-monnet conference-2017.php.
Due to the very positive experiences and a high interest of participants, we have decided to organize a new conference in 2018. Therefore, we would like to invite You to the 2nd International Scientific Conference “EU Law in context – adjustment to membership and challenges of the enlargment (ECLIC)“ that will take place on 14 and 15 June 2018. at the Faculty of Law Josip Juraj Strossmayer University in Osijek.
The Conference will cover different aspects of EU law related to adjustments of national legal systems to EU membership (respectively: questions relating to the new trends in Judicial system of the EU, EU Civil law and procedure, EU Criminal law and procedure, EU Administrative law and procedure and International public and private law issues related to the EU and EU Constitutional law and Historical aspects of the EU and its origins), as well as case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union, European Court of Human Rights and global trends in the field of EU law.
If interested in participation please submit an abstract by 31th January 2018 electronically to following e-mail address email@example.com
Submission Deadline for Abstracts: 31th January 2018
Notification on Acceptance of Abstract: 10th February 2018
Submission Deadline for Papers: 1st April 2018
Abstracts of 300 words (maximum) should indicate the main arguments and structure of the paper and the methods used. If accepted, you will receive the Guidelines for Authors and will be expected to deliver a full paper of no more than 6000-10000 words by 1st April 2018.
Accepted papers will be published in the peer-reviewed “EU and comparative law issues and challenges series – ECLIC“, which is indexed in HeinOline.
ECLIC contains conference proceedings that are peer reviewed and specialized in EU and comparative law and policy. More at http://www.pravos.unios.hr/katedra-za-europsko-pravo/conference-book-of-proceedings.
ECLIC conference proceedings will be distributed to the conference participants at the conference venue.
Travel costs and accommodation are borne by participants.
With your abstract, please email the following information:
(a) Title, first name, surname
(b) Email address
(c) Institutional affiliation
(d) Paper title
Tunjica Petrašević, Assistant Professor, PhD
Vice-dean for Science and Postgraduate Studies