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How to make EU Legislation more accessible

23rd January 2012

The Statute Law Society and the Sir William Dale Centre for Legislative Studies, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, with the British Institute of International and Comparative Law are pleased to announce the following public lecture

William Robinson worked for many years in the field of European Union law and language, first at the European Court of Justice and then at the European Commission. In the Commission's Legal Service he coordinated a team of 20 legal revisers who revise the Commission's draft legal acts and legislative proposals. Since 2010 he has been engaged in research into EU legislative drafting issues at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.
His lecture will cover: past calls for EU legislation to be more accessible; action already under-taken; criticism of the present state of the EU statute book; some possible solutions.

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Event flyer is available to download here.


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