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New publications in the AEL Working Papers series

Ten Working Papers, written by members of the 'Court of Justice in the Archives' research project team, have been recently published in the Academy of European Law Working Papers series.

26 July 2021 | Publication


The Court of Justice in the Archives Project has recently published ten Working Papers in the AEL Working Papers series. The papers analyse the dossiers de procédure of ECJ cases which remain influential and which exhibit useful variations in a range of characteristics of theoretical interest.

The archives of the Court of Justice were opened at the Historical Archives of the European Union (HAEU) at the European University Institute (EUI), in December 2015. The 'Court of Justice in the Archives' research project builds on the recent historical and sociological turns in EU law to bring these archives to life.

Since 2019, the project’s researchers have conducted an analysis of a selection of cases, demonstrating how and why the archives of the Court of Justice are worthy of the attention of a wide range of scholars from linked disciplines. Their Working Papers focus on what the dossiers de procédure contain, and provide answers to the question of what added-value these dossiers have as research material for a better understanding of the development of the Court of Justice’s jurisprudence.

The 10 Working Papers:

Last update: 26 July 2021

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