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Webinar 'National procedural autonomy' (Seminar)

Datum
donderdag 26 januari 2023Plaats in agenda
Tijd
15:00 tot
Locatie
Online
Subtitel
Effective judicial protection and the ex officio application of EU law
Beschrijving

On 8 November, the Grand Chamber of the CJEU decided that national courts are required to ascertain of their own motion whether detention of an illegally staying foreign national or asylum seeker is lawful. This judgment is an example of the ever-growing impact of EU law on national procedural rules, especially in the migration law area. The judgment is also noteworthy because of the difference in approach between, on the one hand, the CJEU and, on the other hand, the Dutch referring courts and AG Richard de la Tour. The latter approached the matter from the perspective of national procedural autonomy and Rewe effectiveness while the Court concluded that there are common procedural EU standards and, hence, applied the Charter. (For an analysis, see here)

During this webinar various (academic) experts will reflect on this judgment from different perspectives. Attendance is free of charge. Prior registration is necessary via the registration button below.

15:00 - 15:20 | Introductory remarks
Mariolina Eliantonio(Professor of European and Comparative Administrative Law and Procedure, Maastricht University)
Jasper Krommendijk (Jean Monnet Chair on Rule of Law in the EU and national legal order, Research Centre for State and Law (SteR), Radboud University)

15:20 - 15:40 | Between procedural autonomy and the Charter
Rob Widdershoven (Professor of European Administrative Law, Utrecht University)

15:40 – 16:00 | A (Dutch) migration law perspective
Karen Geertsema (Assistant Professor of Migration law, Research Centre for State and Law (SteR), Radboud University)

16:00 – 16:20 | Discussion

16:20 - 16:35 | Coffee break

16:35 - 16:55 | A Belgian perspective
Janek Tomasz Nowak (Attorney, & DE BANDT and Guest professor of civil procedure and private international law, Free University of Brussels (VUB))

16:55 - 17:15| A Spanish perspective
Enrique Arnadlos (Spanish Administrator, Research and Documentation Directorate, Court of Justice of the European Union)

17:15 – 17:35 | Discussion & conclusion

This webinar is organized within the context of the Jean Monnet Chair on Rule of law in the EU and national legal orders (EURoLNAT) of Jasper Krommendijk as well as the Globalization & Law Network.