Maynooth Law students participated in an international online debate in the context of the Conference on the Future of Europe. The debate brought together students form Ireland and the Netherlands and allowed them to discuss the main themes of the Conference on the Future of Europe, such as climate change, the EU in the world, education, social and economic policy. The debate was hosted by the European Parliament offices in Ireland and the Netherlands and on the Maynooth-side co-organised by the Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Fundamental Rights, Prof Tobias Lock.
Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Fundamental Rights
Jean Monnet Chair helps organise Future of Europe debate
Professor Tobias Lock delivered online training for judges on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Date: Tuesday, 12 October 2021
Professor Lock publishes a critical analyses of the UK Government's Command Paper on the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Date: Friday, 23 July 2021
Professor Lock, Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Fundamental Rights, participated in the 2021 conference of the Council for European Studies.
Date: Thursday, 24 June 2021
The Jean Monnet Chair of EU Law and Fundamental Rights at Maynooth Department of Law hosted the 3rd Leuven-Maynooth-Edinburgh Brexit seminar for early careers scholars on 16 June 2021.
Date: Wednesday, 16 June 2021
Professor Eleanor Spaventa (Bocconi University, Milan) delivered the first Jean Monnet Lecture organised by the Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Fundamental Rights.
Date: Tuesday, 15 June 2021
In a blog post for Trinity College’s Covid-19 Observatory, Prof Lock outlines the EU law implications of mandatory hotel quarantine recently introduced for travellers coming to Ireland.
Date: Thursday, 15 April 2021
Call for papers for the 3rd Leuven-Maynooth-Edinburgh Brexit seminar, which will be held on Zoom on 16 June 2021 on the theme "The implications of Brexit: EU and post-EU constitutional and substantive law".
Date: Monday, 22 March 2021
Professor Tobias Lock recently wrote a blog post on Verfassungsblog analysing the European Commission's legal action concerning the UK's unilateral extension of grace periods under the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Date: Friday, 19 March 2021
In a blogpost for the Scottish Centre for European Relations - the leading EU think tank in Scotland - Professor Tobias Lock identifies three key challenges that the Scottish government would face if it wants to convince voters that it can realistically secure quick accession to the EU following an independence vote.
Date: Thursday, 11 March 2021
Professor Tobias Lock spoke at the event “An Independent Scotland in the European Union: - Issues and Challenges
Professor Tobias Lock recently spoke at the event “An Independent Scotland in the European Union: - Issues and Challenges” organised by the Scottish Centre for European Relations, the European Movement in Scotland, and the Faculty of Advocates.
Date: Thursday, 14 January 2021