EU Fiscal Policy in the Midst of the Pandemic: CELS Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “EU Fiscal Policy in the Midst of the Pandemic: CELS Webinar” – below is their description. Speaker: Professor Antonio Estella de Noriega, Carlos III University of Madrid Abstract: This talk will review the measures that the EU institutions have adopted in the domain of fiscal policy and … Read more EU Fiscal Policy in the Midst of the Pandemic: CELS Webinar

Re-appraising Success and Failure in the Life of the European Court of Justice

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Re-appraising Success and Failure in the Life of the European Court of Justice” – below is their description. Full title: ”…wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them’: Re-appraising Success and Failure in the Life of the European Court of Justice’ Speaker: Professor Henri de Waele, Radboud … Read more Re-appraising Success and Failure in the Life of the European Court of Justice

Should Hungary and Poland be EU Member States?: CELS Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Should Hungary and Poland be EU Member States?: CELS Webinar” – below is their description. Speaker: Professor Gráinne de Búrca, NYU Law Faculty Biography: Gráinne de Búrca is Florence Ellinwood Allen Professor of Law at NYU. She is also Director of the Hauser Global Law School and … Read more Should Hungary and Poland be EU Member States?: CELS Webinar

Challenges for the Law Post Brexit: CELS Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Challenges for the Law Post Brexit: CELS Webinar” – below is their description. Speaker: Sir Jonathan Jones KCB QC (Hon), Former Treasury Solicitor and Permanent Secretary of the GLD Biography: Jonathan Jones spent over 30 years as a government lawyer before standing down at the end of … Read more Challenges for the Law Post Brexit: CELS Webinar

Data Protection and Freedom of Expression: A Balance or a Void?: CIPIL Evening Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Data Protection and Freedom of Expression: A Balance or a Void?: CIPIL Evening Webinar” – below is their description. Speaker: Christopher Knight, 11 King’s Bench Walk Biography: Christopher is a well-established junior with a broad public law practice and a particular specialism in media and privacy law … Read more Data Protection and Freedom of Expression: A Balance or a Void?: CIPIL Evening Webinar

Could Catalonia again try to break away from Spain? | Inside Story

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Could Catalonia again try to break away from Spain? | Inside Story” – below is their description. It’s been a turbulent three years since Catalonia tried to secede from Spain. The government in Madrid hadn’t authorised the referendum organised by regional leaders in Barcelona, and afterwards charged … Read more Could Catalonia again try to break away from Spain? | Inside Story

Trump was ‘inciter in chief’ says leading impeachment manager

FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “Trump was ‘inciter in chief’ says leading impeachment manager” – below is their description. Democrats begin formally making their case on Wednesday that former President Donald #Trump should be convicted for inciting the #US Capitol siege, a day after a divided Senate concluded his #impeachment trial could … Read more Trump was ‘inciter in chief’ says leading impeachment manager

Congressman Jamie Raskin recounts Capitol invasion, which happened the day after he buried his son

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Congressman Jamie Raskin recounts Capitol invasion, which happened the day after he buried his son” – below is their description. Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) offers an emotional recounting of the day the Capitol was overrun by insurrectionists loyal to President Donald Trump to members of the United States … Read more Congressman Jamie Raskin recounts Capitol invasion, which happened the day after he buried his son

A Trump Self-Pardon Could Make Criminal Charges More Likely

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “A Trump Self-Pardon Could Make Criminal Charges More Likely” – below is their description. Any move by President Donald Trump to pardon himself in his final days in office could backfire, legal experts say, inviting the incoming administration to challenge the unprecedented action by filing criminal charges … Read more A Trump Self-Pardon Could Make Criminal Charges More Likely

Impeachment: Calls Grow for Trump to Face Prosecution for Inciting Riot

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “Impeachment: Calls Grow for Trump to Face Prosecution for Inciting Riot” – below is their description. Any move by President Donald Trump to pardon himself in his final days in office could backfire, legal experts say, inviting the incoming administration to challenge the unprecedented action by filing … Read more Impeachment: Calls Grow for Trump to Face Prosecution for Inciting Riot

Pence rejects invoking the 25th Amendment. What happens now?

Washington Post published this video item, entitled “Pence rejects invoking the 25th Amendment. What happens now?” – below is their description. Constitutional law professor Jared Carter outlines the lasting legal ramifications of impeaching President Trump for a second time. Read more: https://wapo.st/39mZwh8. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/washingtonpost Instagram: … Read more Pence rejects invoking the 25th Amendment. What happens now?

Trump Speech Not Protected From Riot Charges: Harvard’s Tribe

Bloomberg Politics published this video item, entitled “Trump Speech Not Protected From Riot Charges: Harvard’s Tribe” – below is their description. Jan.12 — Harvard Constitutional Law Professor Laurence Tribe discusses whether a 1969 U.S. Supreme Court ruling would shield President Donald Trump from prosecution for inciting last week’s Capitol riot. He speaks with Bloomberg’s David … Read more Trump Speech Not Protected From Riot Charges: Harvard’s Tribe

A Trump Self-Pardon Could Invite the Criminal Charges He Fears

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “A Trump Self-Pardon Could Invite the Criminal Charges He Fears” – below is their description. Any move by President Donald Trump to pardon himself in his final days in office could backfire, legal experts say, inviting the incoming administration to challenge the unprecedented action by filing criminal … Read more A Trump Self-Pardon Could Invite the Criminal Charges He Fears

Making Sense of the Brexit Negotiations

Bloomberg Politics published this video item, entitled “Making Sense of the Brexit Negotiations” – below is their description. Dec.14 — Piet Eeckhout, professor of EU law and U.K. constitutional law at University College of London, discusses the legal deadlines in the Brexit negotiations and the state of the talks. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European … Read more Making Sense of the Brexit Negotiations

HLS Library Book Talk | Fault Lines in the Constitution: The Graphic Novel

Harvard Law School published this video item, entitled “HLS Library Book Talk | Fault Lines in the Constitution: The Graphic Novel” – below is their description. Children’s book author Cynthia Levinson and her husband Sandy Levinson, a constitutional scholar and a Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, have recently published “Fault Lines in … Read more HLS Library Book Talk | Fault Lines in the Constitution: The Graphic Novel