Date: 30 January 2020
Time: 18:00 - 20:00 (registration from 17:30)
The rule of law is considered as a driver of legitimacy in the EU and the Member States. However, its specific meaning and scope continue to be debated by scholars but also increasingly contested by officials from countries where the rule of law is often said to be under threat.
The event will address questions such as:
- Is the rule of law a meaningless or too vague a concept?
- Can the rule of law be said to be a principle common to the EU Member States?
- What are the tools that the EU has and can effectively use to monitor and enforce respect of the ROL in the Member States?
Murray Hunt, Director of the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
- Prof. Paul Craig, University of Oxford
- Judith Sargentini, Former member of the European Parliament (and rapporteur inter alia of the Article 7(1) TEU report in respect of Hungary)
- Dr. Adam Bodnar, Commissioner for Human Rights of the Republic of Poland
Join in the conversation @BIICL #ruleoflaw
Pricing and Registration
This event is free to attend, however advance online registration is required.
This event is available for booking but you must be logged in before you can place a booking.Book now
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement no 770142.
This event offers the equivalent of 2 CPD hours.
If you have any queries, please contact the Events team.
Photography and Recording
Please note that our events may be photographed or audio recorded. These materials will be used for internal and external promotional purposes only by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. If you object to appearing in the photographs, please let our photographer know on the day.
Alternatively you can email BIICL Marketing Manager, Carmel Brown in advance of the event that you are attending.
Event Cancellation Policy
By registering for an event, you have confirmed that you have read and understood our event cancellation policy.