Constitutionalism and Politics
An interdisciplinary Working Group at the European University Institute
Lectures and Book Launches

Women and Constitution-Making in Romania. Special Event for International Women’s Day

By on 4th March 2018

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 The Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group is delighted to invite you to the presentation of the paper: Women and Constitution-Making in Post-Socialist Romania by Elena Brodeală* (LL.M Candidate at Yale Law School/PhD Researcher in Law at the EUI) to mark the 2018 International Women’s Day. On Monday, March 12, 2018, 4 pm, Sala del Camino, […]

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Failing to Struggle or Struggling to Fail? On the New Judiciary Legislation Changes in Romania

By on 31st January 2018

(c) Dan Mihailescu (AFP) - europalibera.org

The judiciary and its independence have been a continuous issue at stake in the post-communist Romania. Built mostly on the communist judiciary, which was almost totally subdued to the political power, and without any lustration taking place, the Romanian post-communist judicial system inherited many of the features of the past: a certain inclination for obedience […]

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Events

“Constitutions in the Crosshairs: Europe in 2018” – event at William & Mary Law School – January 25, 2018

By on 28th January 2018

Europe, as a distinct political and economic body as well as a collection of separate states, is facing constitutional challenges from within and without. Brexit, Catalonia, Poland, Hungary and Romania – as well as events within the European Union itself – all present challenges to European principles of constitutionalism. On Thursday, January 25, 2018, the […]

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Book Review: ‘Comparative Federalism: Constitutional Arrangements and Case Law’ by Francesco Palermo and Karl Kössler (Hart Publishing, 2017)

By on 15th January 2018

On 22nd January a roundtable discussion will be held at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa to launch Francesco Palermo’s and Karl Kössler’s recently published book ‘Comparative Federalism: Constitutional Arrangements and Case Law’ (Hart Publishing, 2017). The panel will be chaired by the ConstPol working group’s adviser Professor Gábor Halmai and will feature Timothy Jacob-Owens, one […]

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Events and Calls for Papers

Constitutions in the Crosshairs: Europe in 2018 – William and Mary Law School

By on 9th January 2018

Event organized by Prof. Christie Warren, supporter of the ConstPol WG and head of the Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peace-building January 25, 2018 — 3:30pm – 6pm “Europe, as a distinct political and economic body as well as a collection of separate states, is facing constitutional challenges from within and without. Brexit, […]

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