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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 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.

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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 will 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




Academy Publications, 2012 - 2019



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