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Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law


Series Editors: Neha JainClaire Kilpatrick, Sarah Nouwen and Joanne Scott (Co-directors of the Academy of European Law)

Assistant Editor: Joyce Davies

Volumes in the Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law series are based on the courses on The Law of the European Union and Human Rights Law held at the European University Institute in Florence each summer.

Monographs are based on the General Courses whereas the Specialized Courses are collected together in edited volumes. 


Vol. XXXI (2020 courses)

XXXI/1: Niamh Nic Shuibhne (ed.), Revisiting the Fundamentals of the Free Movement of Persons in EU Law (forthcoming)

XXXI/2: Bruno De Witte, EU Constitutional Law as Tool and Constraint for European Public Policies (forthcoming)


Vol. XXX (2019 courses)

XXX/1: Martijn W. Hesselink, Justifying Contract in Europe: Political Philosophies of European Contract Law (2021)

XXX/2: Gráinne de Búrca (ed.), Legal Mobilization for Human Rights (forthcoming, 2022)

XXX/3: Philip Alston and Cristiaan Van Veen, Can Human Rights Survive the Digital Age? (forthcoming) 

XXX/4: Deirdre Curtin and Mariavittoria Catanzariti (eds), Data at the Boundaries of Law (forthcoming)

Vol. XXIX (2018 courses)

XXIX/1: Claire Kilpatrick and Joanne Scott (eds), Contemporary Challenges to EU Legality (2021)

XXIX/2: Florian Hoffmann, Social and Economic Rights and Distributive Justice (forthcoming) 

XXIX/3: Nehal Bhuta (ed.), Human Rights and Distributive Justice (forthcoming)

XXIX/4: Claire Kilpatrick, Challenging EU Legality in the Sovereign Debt Crisis (forthcoming)

Vol. XXVIII (2017 courses)

XXVIII/1: Claire Kilpatrick and Joanne Scott (eds), New Legal Approaches to Studying the Court of Justice: Revisiting Law in Context (2020)

XXVIII/2: Gráinne de Búrca, Reframing Human Rights in a Turbulent Era (2021)

XXVIII/3: Michael Dougan, The UK’s Withdrawal from the EU: A Legal Analysis (2021)

XXVIII/4: Nehal Bhuta and Rodrigo Vallejo (eds), Human Rights and Global Governance (forthcoming)

Vol. XXVII (2016 courses)

XXVII/1: Marise Cremona and Joanne Scott (eds), EU Law Beyond EU Borders: The Extraterritorial Reach of EU Law (2019)

XXVII/2: Işıl Aral and Jean d’Aspremont, Sources-based Expansionism in International Human Rights Law (forthcoming)

Vol. XXVI (2015 courses)

XXVI/1 Nehal Bhuta (ed.), Human Rights in Transition – Between Past and Future (forthcoming, 2022)

XXVI/2: Julio Baquero Cruz, What’s Left of the Law of Integration? Decay and Resistance in European Union Law (2018)

Vol. XXV (2014 courses)

XXV/1: Stephen Weatherill, The Internal Market as a Legal Concept (2017)

XXV/2: Harold Hongju Koh, 21st Century Human Rights (forthcoming)

XXV/3: Nehal Bhuta (ed.), Freedom of Religion, Secularism, and Human Rights (2019) 

XXV/4:  Marise Cremona and Claire Kilpatrick (eds), EU Legal Acts: Challenges and Transformations (2018)

Vol. XXIV (2013 courses)

XXIV/1: Nehal Bhuta (ed.), The Frontiers of Human Rights: Extraterritoriality and Its Challenges (2016)

XXIV/2: Marise Cremona (ed.), New Technologies and EU Law (2017)

XXIV/3: Armin von Bogdandy, The New Public Law of Europe (forthcoming) 

Vol. XXIII (2012 courses)

XXIII/1: Ben Boer (ed.), Environmental Law Dimensions of Human Rights (2015)

XXIII/2: Dominique Ritleng (ed.), Independence and Legitimacy in the Institutional System of the EU (2016) 

Vol. XXII (2011 courses)

XXII/1: Ana Filipa Vrdoljak (ed.), The Cultural Dimension of Human Rights (2013)

XXII/2: Hans Micklitz (ed.), Constitutionalization of European Private Law (2014)

Vol. XXI (2010 courses)

XXI/1: Ruth Rubio-Marin (ed.), Human Rights and Immigration (2014)

XXI/2: Loïc Azoulai and Karin de Vries (eds), EU Migration Law: Legal Complexities and Political Rationales (2014)

Vol. XX (2009 courses)

XX/1: Bardo Fassbender (ed.), Securing Human Rights? Achievements and Challenges of the UN Security Council (2011)

XX/2: Marise Cremona (ed.), Compliance and the Enforcement of EU Law (2012)

Vol. XIX (2008 courses)

XIX/1: Orna Ben-Naftali (ed.), International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law (2011)

XIX/2: Marise Cremona (ed.), Market Integration and Public Services within the EU (2011)

Vol. XVIII (2007 courses)

XVIII/1: Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade, The Access of Individuals to International Justice (2011)

XVIII/2: Kevin Boyle (ed.), New Institutions for Human Rights Protection (2009)

XVIII/3: Joanne Scott (ed.), Environmental Protection: European Law and Governance (2009) 

Vol. XVII (2006 courses)

XVII/1: Marise Cremona (ed.), Developments in EU External Relations Law (2008)

XVII/2: Thérèse Murphy (ed.), New Technologies and Human Rights (2009)

Vol. XVI (2005 courses)

XVI/1: Paul Craig, EU Administrative Law (1st ed. 2006, 2nd ed. 2012, 3rd ed. 2018)

XVI/2: Tom Farer, Confronting Global Terrorism and American Neo-Conservatism: The Framework of a Liberal Grand Strategy (2008)

XVI/3: Catherine Barnard (ed.), The Fundamentals of EU Law Revisited: Assessing the Impact of the Constitutional Debate (2007)

XVI/4: Francesco Francioni (ed.), Access to Justice as a Human Right  (2007)

Vol. XV (2004 courses)

XV/1: Andrew Clapham, Human Rights Obligations of Non-state Actors (2006)

XV/2: Fabrizio Cafaggi (ed.), The Institutional Framework of European Private Law (2006)

XV/3: Wojciech Sadurski (ed.), Political Rights under Stress in 21st Century Europe (2006)

Vol. XIV (2003 courses)

XIV/1: Philip Alston (ed.), Labour Rights as Human Rights (2005)

XIV/2: Gráinne de Búrca (ed.), EU Law and the Welfare State: In Search of Solidarity (2005)


Vol. XIII (2002 courses)

XIII/1: Christian Tomuschat, Human Rights: Between Idealism and Realism (1st ed. 2003, 2nd ed. 2008, 3rd ed. 2014)

XIII/2: Neil Walker (ed.), Europe's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (2004)

XIII/3: Philip Alston (ed.), Non-State Actors and Human Rights (2005)

Vol. XII (2001 courses)

XII/1: Marise Cremona (ed.), The Enlargement of the European Union (2003)

XII/2: Karen Knop (ed.), Gender and Human Rights (2004)

XII/3: Stefan Trechsel, Human Rights in Criminal Proceedings (2005)

XII/4: Deirdre Curtin, Executive Power of the European Union: Law, Practices, and the Living Constitution (2009)

Vol. XI (2000 courses)

XI/1: Sandra Fredman (ed.), Discrimination and Human Rights: The Case of Racism (2001)

XI/2: Christian Joerges and Renaud Dehousse (eds), Good Governance in Europe's Integrated Market (2002)

XI/3: Carol Harlow, Accountability in the European Union (2002)

Vol. X (1999 courses) 

X/1: Gráinne de Búrca and Joseph H. H. Weiler (eds), The European Court of Justice (2001)

X/2: Philip Alston and Euan MacDonald (eds), Human Rights, Intervention, and the Use of Force (2008)

Vol. IX (1998 courses)

IX/1: J.H.H. Weiler (ed.), The EU, the WTO and the NAFTA (2000)

IX/2: Philip Alston (ed.), Peoples' Rights (2001)

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Until 1997, the Collected Courses were published annually in two volumes by Kluwer Law International.

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