The Academy of European Law runs an extensive publications programme.
Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law
The Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law are published as a series by Oxford University Press. The volumes are based on the Academy summer courses in Human Rights Law and The Law of the European Union.
The monographs in the series are based on the General Courses and edited volumes result from the Specialized Courses.
European Journal of International Law
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.
During the academic year 2020/2021, AEL Co-Directors Neha Jain and Sarah Nouwen teach the seminar “Editing a Law Journal” in close collaboration with EJIL, of which Nouwen is also an editor in chief.
AEL Working Papers
The Academy of European Law also produces a broad-ranging Working Paper series which are published on the EUI Research Repository CADMUS.
RECENT AEL Working Papers:
EUI AEL, 2020/02
ARNULL, Anthony, The Many Ages of the Court of Justice of the Europe
EUI AEL, 2020/01
KOIVISTO, Ida, Thinking Inside the box : The promise and boundaries of transparency in automated decision-making
- Claire Kilpatrick and Joanne Scott (eds), New Legal Approaches to Studying the Court of Justice: Revisiting Law in Context, Oxford University Press, 2020
- Marise Cremona and Joanne Scott (eds), EU Law Beyond EU Borders: The Extraterritorial Reach of EU Law, Oxford University Press, 2019
- Nehal Bhuta (ed.), Freedom of Religion, Secularism, and Human Rights, Oxford University Press, 2019
- Julio Baquero-Cruz, What's Left of the Law of Integration? Decay and Resistance in European Union Law, Oxford University Press, 2018
- Marise Cremona and Claire Kilpatrick (eds), EU Legal Acts: Challenges and Transformations, Oxford University Press, 2018
- Stephen Weatherill, The Internal Market as a Legal Concept, Oxford University Press, 2017
- Marise Cremona (ed.), New Technologies and EU Law, Oxford University Press, 2017
- Dominique Ritleng (ed.), Independence and Legitimacy in the Institutional System of the EU, Oxford University Press, 2016
- Nehal Bhuta, Susanne Beck, Robin Geiss, Hin-Yan Liu and Claus Kress (eds), Autonomous Weapons Systems: Law, Ethics, Policy, Cambridge University Press, 2016
- Nehal Bhuta (ed.), The Frontiers of Human Rights: Extraterritoriality and Its Challenges, Oxford University Press, 2016
- Ben Boer (ed.), Environmental Law Dimensions of Human Rights, Oxford University Press, 2015
- Christine Bakker and Francesco Francioni (eds), The EU, the US and Global Climate Governance, Ashgate, 2014
- Hans Micklitz (ed.), Constitutionalization of European Private Law, Oxford University Press, 2014
- Loïc Azoulai and Karin de Vries (eds), EU Migration Law, Oxford University Press, 2014
- Ruth Rubio-Marín (ed.), Human Rights and Immigration, Oxford University Press, 2014
- Gráinne de Búrca, Claire Kilpatrick and Joanne Scott (eds), Critical Legal Perspectives on Global Governance: Liber Amicorum David M. Trubek, Hart Publishing, 2013
- Ana Filipa Vrdoljak (ed.), The Cultural Dimension of Human Rights, Oxford University Press, 2013
- Christine Bakker and Mirko Sossai (eds) Multilevel Regulation of Military and Security Contractors: The Interplay between International, European and Domestic Norms, Hart Publishing, 2012
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