Do Member States enjoy fundamental rights against the Union administration?
30 March (Thu) | 12h30-14h00 | Scientific Council room and Online on Zoom
Speaker: Filipe Brito Bastos
Discussants: Nausica Palazzo and Luís Terrinha
SPEED Lunch Seminars are a new format introduced last year by the English SPEED Coordination. They will take place on the scheduled dates in the Scientific Council Room and online on Zoom. They are an opportunity for Faculty and visiting researchers to meet up and foster a scientific community at NOVA School of Law. They are also an important moment of socialisation that allows faculty members to spend time together and discuss current and future avenues of research.
In this seminar, Filipe Brito Bastos, Assistant Professor at NOVA School of Law, will speak about “Do Member States enjoy fundamental rights against the Union administration?” He will be joined by two discussants: Nausica Palazzo, Assistant Professor at NOVA School of Law, and Luís Terrinha, Assistant Professor at NOVA School of Law.
Faculty, research and teaching staff and PhD students are cordially invited to attend this event.
During the seminar, lunch will be served.
This work is funded by national funds through FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, I. P., within the scope of the project UIDB/00714/2020.
Coordinators: Veronica Corcodel and Nausica Palazzo