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European Law Seminar Series: The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

15th January 2008

This event is part of the winter programme of evening seminars on topical European law subjects, including fundamental rights and constitutional law. This Seminar will be focusing on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in view of it becoming a binding part of the proposed "Reform Treaty". Discussion will pertain mainly to the modified content of the Charter, including the provision included at Poland's insistence that the Charter cannot affect national governments' power to legislate in the sphere of "public morality [and] family law", and the implications of elevating this document to binding treaty law.

The course is CPD accredited by both The Bar and the SRA.

The event will be followed by a reception for all those attending.

Should you have any queries, please contact Anna Riddell.

Institute Members receive a 40% discount on this and all British Institute of International and Comparative Law events and publications. Membership costs from £25-£110 per person.

Payment is required prior to attendance or at the entrance to the event. All cancellations must be made in writing to no less than 5 working days prior to the event.


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