Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Deirdre Curtin: Top Secret Europe?

at the Berlin Colloquium

This event is part of the colloquium series “Rethinking Law in a Global Context”, which this summer semester focuses on “Violence, Surveillance, Secrecy: Constitutionalism and the 'Deep State'”, sponsored by the WZB Rule of Law Center and convened by Prof. Dr. Mattias Kumm (WZB and New York University).

Deirdre Curtin is Professor of European Law of the University of Amsterdam. She also holds a part-time Chair in European and International Governance at the Utrecht School of Governance of the University of Utrecht.  

She is director of the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG), a centre of excellence of the Faculty of Law at the University of Amsterdam. As research leader she co-directs ACELG's research programme on 'Compound Constitution(s) in Europe'. ACELG comprises a group of some 30 persons with internationally recognized scholars in the field of European law and European governance, including a large and growing group of Ph.D. fellows.