EGPL

European Group of Public Law


The European Group of Public Law (EGPL), a European network of judges, jurists, law academics and practitioners, was formed in 1989 with the purpose of advancing and directing the development of European Public Law.

The EGPL proposed the initiatives that led to the establishment of the European Public Law Organization (EPLO), such as the European Review of Public Law, currently constituting the main publication of the EPLO. The EGPL serves as the EPLO's scientific advisory body offering recommendations, as well as essential feedback on the activities, while evaluating the information accumulated through the activities in respect to its applications and effects on a political and sociological context. Since its formation, the EGPL has held annual conferences operating under the title "EGPL Annual Reunion" where its members present and discuss their reports on a collectively chosen topic. These reports are published in the European Review of Public Law. Throughout more than twenty years of pioneering work dedicated to the development of European Public Law, the EGPL has gradually expanded its membership uniting today 234 judges, jurists, law academics and practitioners, leading figures in their field, appointed in the government sector such as the Council of Europe, the European Commission, the Conseil d'Etat of France, Constitutional and High Courts, comprising one of the most innovative and successful legal associations worldwide.


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EGPL REGISTRATION FEE ONLY

EGPL REGISTRATION FEE ONLY

REGISTRATION without ACCOMMODATION:Total Cost: 130 € which includes:- 2 lunches & 1 dinner during the 2 conference days- Conference Portfolio- Bus..

130.00€

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