Lunch Lecture by Nicole Betz (Max Planck Institute) on:
EU international Cooperation Bodies: Law-making Activities and Judicial Review
The lunch lecture shall present the EU international cooperation law from an empirical point of view and give examples of such bodies and the law enacted in order to emphasize the practical relevance of the trend. Further, the influence of such law on domestic law and the internalization jurisprudence of the ECJ as well as the judicial review of the legislation of EU international cooperation bodies which is situated in a multi-level system consisting of the international, European and national level shall be outlined.
Nicole Betz is a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg, and works as guest researcher at the T.M.C. Asser Instituut to conduct research for her PhD thesis on: Decisions of Secondary International Cooperation Law as a Legal Instrument of European Union Law: Empiricism – Typology – Rule of Identification and Legal Regime’. Her supervisor is Prof. Von Bogdandy (Heidelberg).