About this webinar
This webinar focuses on the important role that the preliminary reference procedure (Article 267 TFEU) plays within the EU legal framework on access to justice.
This webinar is part of ClientEarth's European project on access to justice, funded by the European Commission Life Programme and is intended for public interest lawyers, judges, public authorities and NGOs.
Introduction :the role of the preliminary reference procedure in “access to justice”
Presentation 1: The preliminary references procedure – What it is and how it works?
Presentation 2: The preliminary reference procedure from a practitioner’s perspective
Questions from participants.
Leonor Caldeira joined ClientEarth’s Brussels office in April 2020 as an EU Litigation Lawyer focusing on a wide range of strategic impact litigation both at EU and national level. She is a qualified lawyer in Portugal and holds a masters degree (LLM) from Queen Mary University of London (2016).
Fred Logue is the principal of the law firm FP Logue. He is also a leading information lawyer, advising on access to environmental information, data protection and privacy. He acted in major information law cases before public authorities, decision makers, Irish Courts and the EU institutions.
We use the power of the law to bring about systemic change: informing, implementing and enforcing the law, drafting and advising decision-makers on policy, building legal expertise, and ensuring citizens’ access to the laws that defend them.
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