CREATe Online Public Lecture: ‘Can’t those European Judges Think for Themselves? Why the Court of Justice of the European Union has Advocates General’

 We are excited to be able to share with you details of CREATe’s second public lecture of the academic year which will take place online this Wednesday 24th February at 17.30! The lecture is titled ‘”Can’t those European Judges Think for Themselves?”: Why the Court of Justice of the European Union Has Advocates General’ and will feature Eleanor Sharpston QC as speaker, a former Advocate General at the CJEU from 2006 until 2020.

This lecture promises to be extremely interesting and will provide an invaluable insight into the role and importance of Advocates General within the CJEU.

Tickets for the virtual event can be booked through Eventbrite via the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/create-public-lecture-cant-those-european-judges-think-for-themselves-registration-142486040583

Also keep an eye out for details of this year’s final CREATe public lecture on 24 March with Dr Emily Hudson speaking on ‘An Empirical Perspective on Drafting Copyright Exceptions.’

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