Next week we are joined by Giulia Gentile, who will talk to us about 'To be or not to be (legally binding)? Judicial review of EU soft law after BT and Fédération bancaire française'
 
Giulia has written broadly on EU judicial review, and more specifically on the principle of effectiveness of EU law. She won the 2021 Thesis Prize from the European Group of Public Law for her thesis entitled: 'Multi-Faceted Effectiveness: A critical study of the conceptions of effectiveness in EU Law'. 
 
Anyone interested in EU constitutional and administrative law, as well as anyone who is interested in public law more broadly, and in particular judicial review practices, are very welcome to attend. 
 
The seminar will be held next Wednesday, 1 December, from 1-2pm UK time. Please join us at Brasenose College in the Platnauer Room from 12.30 for a light lunch.
 
If you cannot attend in person, then you can register via the following link to get an invite for the Teams meeting: 

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But if you are in Oxford, do please come in person - it would be great to see you! There is no need to register if you are coming in person.