Doctoral Student Workshop on: Methodological Concerns in EU Legal Research

THE SWEDISH NETWORK FOR EUROPEAN LEGAL STUDIES
IN COLLABORATION WITH
THE FACULTY OF LAW AT LUND UNIVERSITY

HAS THE GREAT PLEASURE
OF INVITING YOU TO PARTICIPATE IN THE DOCTORAL STUDENT WORKSHOP ON:

Methodological Concerns in EU Legal Research:
Economic Rights, Social Rights and
the European Constitution

December 4, 2014 Lund

| Faculty of Law at Lund University |
We invite doctoral students working on areas concerning EU law, constitutional law and/or labour law to present and discuss with leading legal scholars methodological and/or substantive concerns in their research.

The workshop will be organised in the following session:
(I) Theoretical, constitutional and comparative perspectives
(II) EU law perspectives
(III) Labour law perspectives

led separately by Professor Judy Fudge (Kent Law School), Dr Anna-Sara Lind (Uppsala University), Professor Kaarlo Tuori (Helsinki University) and Dr Dorota Leczykiewicz (University of Oxford). The workshop will be introduced by Dr Leczykiewicz, who will discuss methodological challenges in European private law.

To participate, send your contribution (max 3 pages) to Dr Jenny Julén Votinius (E-mail: jenny.julen_votinius@jur.lu.se) and Dr Sanja Bogojevic (E-mail: sanja.bogojevic@jur.lu.se) at the latest by November 2nd, 2014. Please note that the number of participants is limited.
The workshop runs prior to an EU law conference with leading academics in the field discussing 'The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and Weak Social Constitution' (http://snef.se/sv/event/eu-charter-fundamental-rights-and-weak-social-co...). Doctoral students are encouraged to register for this conference too.

The workshop is organised by the Swedish Network for European Studies in collaboration with the Faculty of Law at Lund University.