The European Institute for Public Administration (EIPA) held its annual conference to review developments in European Union Law in Luxembourg on 3-4 December 2015.
University of Oslo on 24-27 November 2015 hosted guest lectures at the institutes for Sea Law and European Union Law.
University of Genoa hosted a conference, with support from the European Union, on the new EU Directive on access to damages for violation of competition law, which was held on 19-20 November.
University of Tours (Francois Rabelais) marked the 800 year anniversary of Magna Carta with an interdisciplinary conference held on 12-13 November 2015. Peter Gjortler spoke on Magna Carta and links to the current Charter of the European Union, underlining common traits as well as differences in basic values and methods of regulation.
Peter Gjortler spoke on Democratic Legitimacy and the Court of Justice of the European Union, based on a contribution to a book published by the university in which it is argued that a balance between democratic legitimacy and judicial activism is most clearly demonstrated by the Court in its case law concerning the limits to EU competences.
Peter Gjortler recently addressed a Symposium entitled "No Limits at the Berlin School of Economics and Law" (HWR) on 28-29 October 2015.