Failings could seriously undermine "green recovery" from COVID19
On 12 March 2020, Dr Luca Rubini was invited by the House of Lords' EU Internal Market Sub-Committee to give evidence on the 'level playing field' mechanisms currently at the core of the EU-UK negotiations.
EU Trade and Investment Policy Conference has been delayed to 14 January 2021.
Institute of European Law Director Professor Martin Trybus contributed with a paper on "Le in-house en Allemagne" to a roundtable on the in-house exception.
Report on Professor Footer's lecture "The Retreat from Multilateralism and the Challenges of Global Economic Governance from an EU Perspective" on 10 December 2019
'EUTIP' hosted at the Paris School of Economics
An additional EUTIP Advanced Training Course (ATC7) on "EU-Asian Perspectives on Trade and Investment" was organised by Martin Trybus (University of Birmingham) and Mary Footer (University of Nottingham)
Professor Martin Trybus contributed two lectures on the EU law of defence procurement and a workshop session.
IEL Director Professor Martin Trybus participated in a panel discussion entitled "10 years of the Defence and Procurement Directive: Achievements, Challenges and prospects" hosted by the European Commission in Brussels.
Discussing issues such as the International Procurement Document, third country aspects of the EU procurement directives, and the procurement chapters of Free Trade Agreements of the EU with the rest of the world.
Professor Karen Yeung contributes to a new Council of Europe study drawing attention to the responsibility challenges linked to the use of artificial intelligence.
Dr Luke Butler and IEL Director Professor Martin Trybus participated in the 12th Meeting of the European Procurement Law Group (EPLG) in Turin, Italy.