Two SoEULaw Lectures on “EU Citizenship and Solidarity”

30 March 2021 h 11:30-12:30, 31 March 2021 h 11:30-12:30.

The academic staff of the Jean Monnet Module Solidarity in European Union Law is happy to announce two SoEULaw lectures on “EU Citizenship and Solidarity”.

EU Citizenship and Solidarity – Prof. Leonardo Pasquali

During the course, Prof. Leonardo Pasquali will address the specific issue of EU citizenship. It will deal with Solidarity in EU law from a practical perspective. Among the issues that will be addressed, there will be the possibility of considering solidarity as a legal principle and having binding normative force. Questions will also involve the analysis of cases of solidarity.

Leonardo Pasquali is associate Professor of European Union (EU) Law at University of Pisa (Italy), Department of Law. The quality and excellence of his work in the specific field of European Union studies has been acquired throughout his academic and professional career. Prof. Leonardo Pasquali has always shown interest for legal research related to EU Law, Public Law, Foreign Policy and International Relations. Besides teaching EU Law, he has taught many different courses at the University of Pisa, such as Judicial cooperation and Public International Law. Many of his publications are devoted to European Union Studies. In 2015, Prof. Pasquali organized a Conference in Pisa (Italy) related to the EU Principle of Solidarity. Since then his research interest in this subject increased and he has been in touch with many Professors from Spain, France, United Kingdom and other countries, such as Brazil and Argentina on the issue of Solidarity in EU Law. He contributed with the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Regional Integration coordinated by Prof. Carlos Jimenez.


Prof. Leonardo Pasquali – EU Citizenship and Solidarity

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