9 May 2018: Next EULawSD Webinar to Feature Laurens Ankersmit on Trade and Environment in the EU

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The academic staff of the Jean Monnet Module on European Union Law and Sustainable Development is pleased to announce that on 9 May 2018,  it will be hosting Dr. Laurens Ankersmit, Trade and Environment Lawyer at ClientEarth, for the second session of the EULawSD Webinar Series 2018.

laurens_ankersmitDr. Ankersmit joined ClientEarth in Spring 2015. He has previously worked as a lawyer for the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and for Clifford Chance Brussels. He also worked as a researcher and lecturer at VU University Amsterdam, and he currently teaches EU international relations law at the Brussels School of International Studies of the University of Kent.

His latest book, Green Trade and Fair Trade in and with the EU, was published in 2017 by Cambridge University Press. He frequently writes on the European Law Blog on trade and environment matters.

In our webinar, Dr. Ankersmit will discuss the state of the trade and environment debate in the EU, focusing on the extent to which the Union is trying to address sustainability concerns through its trade policies, on the current position of process-based measures within the EU legal order, and on the role of the EU Courts in ensuring that EU trade law incorporates the principle of sustainable development.

The webinar will be visible live on our YouTube channel, and will be recorded at this link. We encourage you to set a reminder to save the date!

  • Where? On EULawSD’s Youtube Channel: “EU Law and Sustainable Development” or just below on this page!
  • When? Wednesday, 9 May 2018, 15.00-16.00 CEST
  • More info: eulawsd@unisi.it
  • FB Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/843347379208514/

The webinar will be held in English and is open to all internet users, without registration.

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