The Doctoral Training Unit on Enforcement in Multi-Level Regulatory Systems (DTU REMS) at the University of Luxembourg is organizing a young researchers’ colloquium on Enforcement Challenges in Multi-level Regulatory Systems: Mapping the Landscapes at University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance, 21-22 May 2019
The organizers invite both PhD students as well as recent post-doctoral researchers to present their contributions in the form of research papers or posters. Submit your proposals for papers and for posters by 31 March 2019 to Multilevel.Enforcement.firstname.lastname@example.org. Successful applicants will be informed by 15 April 2019
The topics can include, but are not limited to the multi-level approaches and challenges in the following fields:
- banking & financial law;
- IT, internet & satellite communications law;
- international trade & investment law, including environmental law;
- dispute resolution;
- EU, constitutional, criminal and administrative law;
- Multi-level governance political science perspectives.
The colloquium will be a two-day event, consisting of a one-day workshop and accompanied by a conference of expert panels. It will aim to illuminate the diverse nature of enforcement challenges in multi-level regulatory frameworks from the different legal and other academic disciplines. As such, it will address the varied understanding of what constitutes an enforcement challenge in multi-level regulatory systems. This discussion can highlight the definitional variances of the term enforcement and the different approaches that exist in assessing the challenges arising out of diverse enforcement contexts.
More detail on the call is available here: https://wwwen.uni.lu/research/fdef/research_unit_in_law/dtu_rems/conference