The Academy of European Law runs an extensive publications programme.
The Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law are published as a series by Oxford University Press. The volumes are based on the annual summer courses of the Academy.
Each year there is a monograph based on the General Course and an edited volume resulting from the specialized courses, for both the Human Rights Law and The Law of the European Union courses.
The European Journal of International Law, published four times a year by Oxford University Press, provides a forum for debate and analysis of important and topical issues in international law; it is unique in its focus on the relationship of international law to the law and policies of the European Union and its Member States.
The Academy of European Law also produces a broad-ranging Working Paper series which are published on the EUI Research Repository CADMUS.
EUI AEL, 2020/02
ARNULL, Anthony, The Many Ages of the Court of Justice of the European Union
EUI AEL, 2020/01
KOIVISTO, Ida, Thinking Inside the box : The promise and boundaries of transparency in automated decision-making
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