Blog posts

Wanted: Migration lawyers and experts. Join our legal squad!

Wanted: Migration lawyers and experts. Join our legal squad! We are currently working on a new, innovative and creative project that will provide concrete support on the ground and tackle broader strategic litigation questions in the realm of migrants’ and refugee rights. We are seeking members of the EUI with expertise in EU migration law […]

Open Society Foundations Blog Post: Raising the Bar for Legal Education in Western Europe

By Marguerite Angelari, Open Society Justice Initiative This post originally appeared on November 18, 2013 on the website of the Open Society Foundations. The Ufficio Pastorale Migranti, a Turin-based counselling and services office for migrants run by the Catholic church in this northern Italian city, makes its mission clear on its colourful website. Open to the […]

Why the EU should take note of Europe’s newest legal clinics

By Lamin Khadar, Researcher, European University Institute, Florence … A British citizen with a disability decides to take advantage of his EU right to free movement by relocating from the UK to Hungary to pursue specialist treatment for his disability and to be closer to family members who have emigrated there. However, when he moves to […]