On 29th July, The City Law School hosted a panel discussion titled, “The Migration Crisis in the Mediterranean: Legal and Policy Issues Arising from the EU Response”. Panellisrs explored some of the legal and policy Issues emerging from the European Union (EU) response to the migration crisis unfolding in North Africa and...
Professor Panos Koutrakos, Professor of EU Law and Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law, participated in a two-day international seminar on “Legal Harmonization in the Establishment of the ASEAN Community – Issues for Vietnam and Experiences from the EU”.
Senior Lecturer in The City Law School, Dr Elaine Fahey, argues that there is no consensus at the global level on what it means to be an actor engaged in rule-making, despite its centrality to discussions on rule-making, power and influence.
By Dr Elaine Fahey, Senior Lecturer, The City Law School
Rather than proposing the sweeping acceptance from on high of all applications for brownfield sites and upward extensions in London, the government should instead be working with councils to determine how local planning problems and issues are more appropriately resolved.