October 29th 2020, 11:30 – 13:00 pm Brussels time (10.30 am – 12.00 pm London time)
This webinar focuses on the necessary position that the preliminary reference process (Article 267 TFEU) performs throughout the EU authorized framework on entry to justice.
This webinar is a part of ClientEarth’s European venture on entry to justice, funded by the European Fee Life Programme and is meant for public curiosity attorneys, judges, public authorities and NGOs.
- Anne Friel, Environmental Democracy lead, ClientEarth
- Leonor Caldeira, EU Litigation Lawyer, ClientEarth
- Fred Logue, Principal, FP Logue Solicitors
Introduction :the position of the preliminary reference process in “entry to justice”
- Imposing the Aarhus Conference in Member States within the absence of a directive on entry to justice;
- Difficult acts of the EU establishments: validity references
Presentation 1: The preliminary references process – What it’s and the way it works?
- The EU authorized framework: Article 267 TFEU and related case legislation
- The position of nationwide courts
- CJEU reference judgements and their authorized worth
- Preliminary reference statistics and what they inform us.
Presentation 2: The preliminary reference process from a practitioner’s perspective
- Fred Logue, Principal of Fred Logue Solicitors, will present an perception into two preliminary reference procedures by which he acted for environmental organisations.”
Questions from contributors.
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