As well as its teaching and publications programmes, the Academy of European Law coordinates several research projects, and organizes conferences, workshops and symposia.
The Court of Justice in the Archives
The archives of the Court of Justice were opened in the Historical Archives of the EU in December 2015. Analysing a selection of cases, this project demonstrates how and why the archives are worthy of the attention of a wide range of scholars.
The Cambridge History of Rights
The project will result in a 5-volume series, published by CUP, exploring the history of 'rights' from the ancient world to the modern. The Cambridge History of Rights project will be the first systematic attempt to do this.
Equality Law in Europe: A New Generation
The project, started in 2016, seeks to give researchers and the general public insights, tools and ideas about how to analyse and concretely use contemporary equality law, by using a comprehensive database of CJEU discrimination cases (1970-2018).
The Global Reach of EU Law
This ongoing project looks at the the relationship between the different modes of EU action – unilateral, bilateral and multilateral – and the ways in which they interact. The project includes lectures, workshops, and publications.
The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU
The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union: the travaux préparatoires and selected documents